Anglade won the César for Best Actor for his portrayal of King Charles IX in Patrice Chereau's acclaimed Queen Margot (Le Reine Margot). The film won the Grand Prix of the Cannes Film Festival.
His credits include Luc Besson's Le Femme Nikita; Roger Avary's Killing Zoe; Claude Sautet's Nelly and Mr. Arnaud (nominated for Best Supporting Part ' César Awards); Michel Deville's Nuit D'Ete En Ville; Alain Corneau's Nocturne Indien (nominated for Best Actor ' César Awards, winner of the Montreal Film Festival's Prix Special du Jury an Fipresci); Besson's Subway; and Chereau's L'Homme Blesse (Wounded Man) (nominated for Best Hope ' César Awards and won the Silver Plaque Award at the Chicago Film Festival).
Anglade was most recently seen in Leave Your Hands on My Hips (Laisse Tes Mains Sur Mes Hanches) and the comedy It's Easier for a Camel (Il Est Plus Facile Pour Un Chameau).
Jean-Hugues Anglade Facts
|Birthday||July 29, 1955 (65)|
|La Femme Nikita|
|Shake Hands with the Devil|
|Betty Blue: The Director's Cut|