Michel Vuillermoz

Michel Vuillermoz

Michel Vuillermoz was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Vuillermoz began his acting career appearing in various films, such as the comedy "Faux et usage de faux" (1990) with Philippe Noiret, the comedy "Versailles Rive-Gauche" (1992) with Isabelle Candelier and the comedy adaptation "News From the Good Lord" (1996) with Marie Trintignant. He also appeared in the Mathieu Amalric dramedy "My Sex Life... or How I Got Into an Argument" (1997), "Serial Lover" (1998) with Michèle Laroque and "Once Upon An Angel" (2002). He continued to work steadily in film throughout the early 2000s, appearing in "Sœurs Fâchées" (2004), the dramatic adaptation "Les Ames Grises" (2005) with Jean-Pierre Marielle and the Catherine Deneuve comedy "Palais Royal!" (2005). He also appeared in "Cabaret Paradis" (2006) with Corinne Benizio. More recently, he tackled roles in "Wild Grass" (2010), the Tassadit Mandi comedic drama "Top Floor Left Wing" (2010) and the Mélanie Thierry dramatic adaptation "La Princesse De Montpensier" (2011). He also appeared in "Midnight in Paris" (2011) and the dramatic comedy "J'aime regarder les filles" (2011) with Pierre Niney. Most recently, Vuillermoz acted in "L'affaire SK1" (2015).