The Canadian actor and producer François Arnaud received his musical training at the boy’s choir school Les Petits Chanteurs du Mont-Royal.
He began his career by enrolling in the Conservatoire d’Art Dramatique in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, in 2007. A year later, he played his first professional role in the comedy series Taxi 0-22. In 2009, he had his breakthrough in the Canadian film I Killed My Mother.
The latter earned François a VFCC Award for “Best Supporting Actor” in addition to an eight-minute standing ovation at the Cannes Film Festival.
François Arnaud: Early Life, Age, Wiki, Parents, Ethnicity
On July 5, 1985, François Arnaud was born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada under the name François Barbeau.
In order to avoid confusion with Francois Barbeau, the theatre director and costume designer, his original name, Barbeau, was altered to Arnaud.
Along with his younger sister, François was raised in both France and Canada.
His father is a real estate developer and an attorney.
François Arnaud’s Girlfriend and Dating Situation
François Arnaud once dated Évelyne Brochu, a Canadian actress best known for playing “Delphine Cormier,” a French scientist who speaks English in the science fiction drama Orphan Black.
On May 27, 2014, Évelyne updated that they had broken up during an interview with FLARE.
TV shows and Movies
The most well-known roles that François Arnaud has played as an actor are “Cesare Borgia” in the Showtime television series The Borgias, “Antonin” in the well-known French Canadian film J’ai tué ma mère, “Théo” in the TV series Yamaska, and “Oscar” in the American crime-drama series Blindspot.
He also made appearances in a number of TV shows, including The Moodys, Schitt’s Creek, Midnight, Texas, and UnREAL.
Additionally, he has a vast number of credits for his films, many of which are still in post-production.
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