Jean-Michel grew up in Paris and has lived and worked all over Europe,
spending much time in Spain, Germany and Holland.

He received his masters degree at Sorbonne University and completed
studies at Paris’s renowned national conservatory for Dramatic Arts.
While at the Conservatory, he won a scholarship to study at New York’s
Columbia University, under the tutelage of director
Andrei Serban.

Jean-Michel then settled in Los Angeles, where he now enjoys a
cross-continental career.

His on-camera work includes numerous recurring roles on television.
He co-starred in
Bottle Shock opposite Alan Rickman and in What
Just Happened
opposite Robert DeNiro, among many other credits.

He is a founding member of the award winning theater company
The Next Arena, which has produced a string of critically acclaimed plays.

Jean-Michel also has a thriving
voice over career, and is recognized as
one of the top European voice over talents in Los Angeles.

Jean-Michel lives in Los Angeles with his wife, daughter and a dog named Rémy.

Most recently, Jean-Michel completed a sold out multi-city tour of the one man show
Vincent by Leonard Nimoy, illuminating the life of Vincent Van Gogh.

In 2015, we were proud to help commemorate the 125th anniversary of Van Gogh’s death with the
French language Premiere in Paris, France at the renowned Ciné XIII theatre. The show was embraced
by reviewers and audiences alike and was nominated for
Best Actor and Best Author at the Petits Molières,
the French Tony awards for small theatres.

Jean-Michel had the pleasure of guest starring alongside Sharon Stone in
Agent X.

Jean-Michel played the male lead role in the thriller
The Housemaid, shot in Vietnam. The film premiered in September 2016
and stayed #1 at the Vietnamese box office for a few weeks.

In the upcoming film
The Passengers, starring Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt, Jean-Michel had a fun cameo as the French robot.

In the voice over arena, he also lent his talents to Alejandro Inarritu’s
The Revenant and Eddie Redmayne in
the French language version of
The Theory of Everything, among more than three hundred
other films since the beginning of his career.

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