Known to many Americans as "that guy who looks like Kevin Spacey," French actor Olivier Rabourdin has been acting consistently since his turn as the spying Guildenstern in a 1990 made-for-TV take on Shakespeare's "Hamlet." His career took a giant leap forward in 1999, when Rabourdin was cast in Luc Besson's historical tale "The Messenger: The Story of Joan of Arc," starring Milla Jovovich. Primarily portraying supporting characters, he had a key part in the acclaimed drama "Of Gods and Men," and reached the largest audience of his career with the role of duplicitous former agent Jean-Claude in the thriller "Taken" and its sequel, both starring Liam Neeson.
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