January 27, 2023


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France.  Gaspard Uliel is dead.  A famous actor had a skiing accident

France. Gaspard Uliel is dead. A famous actor had a skiing accident

The accident occurred in the heart of Rosiere station in Savoie, France. In a press release, the Albertville District Attorney’s Office noted that the actor collided with another skater at the intersection of two blue tracks.

According to the first witnesses, both skaters fell. The person who hit the actor did not suffer any injuries. On the other hand, Uliel was not wearing a ski helmet.

Despite the quick response of services and the transfer of the actor by helicopter to the hospital, Ulil died the next day.

Who is Gaspard Uliel?

Gaspard Ulliel was born on November 25, 1984 in Boulogne-Billancourt, France. He dreamed of directing, as he intended to study at the University of Saint-Denis after graduating from high school. However, otherwise it happened and he began to act as an actor. His first acting role was in the TV show “Un famme en blanc”, which he played when he was still in high school.

For his performance in the melodrama “Zabłąkani” he was nominated for the Caesar Award for Best Promising Actor. He received a statuette for his role in the movie “A Very Long Engagement”.. We can also see him in productions like “Brotherhood of the Wolves”, “The Last Day” or “The Silence of the Lambs: On the Other Side of the Mask”, playing Hannibal Lecter there.

The actor was very popular with the main role in the biographical drama “Saint Laurent”, where he played one of the most famous fashion designers in the world, Yves Saint Laurent.

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Hey Rolly and “Seine Laurent” Uliel In an interview with Anna Tatarska for Onet Kultura in 2014. For years, he has also been active in modeling, including under the Longchamp brand, which he advertises with Kate Moss.

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