Fabrice Carlier


Fabrice Carlier was trained at Tania Vera-Gregh Balachova and explored other forms of expression in theater and film actor from the studio butoh. He recently played the lead role in a film medium (working title: "Travel in the dream the ridiculous man") made by A. White. It is found in "Behind the Walls" with Laetitia Casta, directed by Pascal Sid and Julien Lacombe, but also one of the main roles of the film "The Orphan plus one arm," directed by Richard Jacques and France3 in the telefilm "the angels' share", directed by Sylvain Monod Corinne Masiero with, among other things. In the theater we saw in "Rictus" with and directed by Jean-Claude Dreyfus as well as other contemporary theater.

He is currently rehearsing a piece of living author Fausto Paravidino "The disease of the M family," directed by Filip Forgeau (C.D.N. and C.E.N.). Fabrice likes singular universe where the living languages seems more alive than life itself and that as well in writing as in the game particularly sensitive to the writing of Robert Walser, Yevgeny Grichkovets, Haruki Murakami, Margaret Duras ... it is also often very moved by seeing, listening Zouc, Edith Piaf, Simone Signoret, Isabelle Huppert, Jacques Villeret, Patrick Dewaere.