Ooh la la – he’s so tres bon is the magnificent French actor monsieur VINCENT CASSEL.
So many stunning, diverse performances and he’s one of my favourite actors – I’m talking about the brilliant, dynamic French star VINCENT CASSEL.
From the 1995 film La Haine in which he memorably played Vinz, one of three young men living in a suburb of Paris, he has burned up the screen. You might also recognise him in these movies…
as Max Meyer, the lead in Gilles Mmimouni’s romantic drama L’Appartement
he’s Max Kerkerian, the young detective opposite Jean Reno in the crime thriller The Crimson Rivers
he is Paul, the very charming thief who turns Emmanuelle Devos’ life around in Jacques Audiard‘s drama Read My Lips
as Francois Toulour, the rival thief trying to get the better of Geroge Clooney and his team in Ocean’s Twelve
and in his Cesar-winning performance as the famous gangster Jacques Mesrine in Jean-Francois Richet’s incredible two-film epic Mesrine part 1: Killer Instinct and Mesrine part 2: Public Enemy Number 1
Here, as part of the press tour for his latest film David Cronenberg’s A Dangerous Method, he talks about language, style, and bad guys: