Grégory Antonetti

Grégory Antonetti

Actor, Music


Grégory Antonetti is an actor and comedian from France. He is best known for his roles in the comedy films Mon père est ingénieur and Le Bruit des Glaçons.

Antonetti was born on June 21, 1973 in Paris, France. He attended the National Conservatory of Dramatic Arts in Paris, where he studied acting. After graduating, he began to work in theater, appearing in productions such as A Midsummer Night's Dream and The Misanthrope.

In 2003, Antonetti made his feature film debut in Mon père est ingénieur, playing the role of a young engineer. The film was a success and earned him critical acclaim. After that, he appeared in various films and television shows.

In 2006, Antonetti starred in the comedy film Le Bruit des Glaçons, which became a box office hit. He then went on to appear in films such as Un monde sans femmes and Les petits mouchoirs.

In 2012, Antonetti wrote and directed his first feature film, La Belle et la Bête, which was a critical and commercial success. He followed this with the comedy film Les Femmes de l'ombre in 2014.

In addition to his acting career, Antonetti is also a talented comedian. He has appeared on various television and radio shows, and is a regular at the famous Olympia theater in Paris.

Antonetti is married to actress and director Julie Depardieu, with whom he has two children. He is a passionate advocate for animal rights and is involved in several charitable organizations.

Despite his success, Antonetti remains humble and down to earth. He is a firm believer in the power of art and its ability to bring people together. He is an inspiration to aspiring actors and comedians around the world.

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