Lothaire Bluteau Birthday & Fun Facts

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Feb 08, 2024 By Jaba Sharma
Originally Published on Feb 08, 2023
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Lothaire Bluteau is a famous Canadian Actor.
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About Lothaire Bluteau

Lothaire Bluteau is a Canadian actor.

Lothaire Bluteau had a recurring role of Marcus Alvers in the third season of the television series '24'. In 'The Tudors', he played the character of the French ambassador to the court of King Henry VIII, Charles de Marillac, in the fourth season.

In Denys Arcand's powerful satirical drama 'Jesus of Montreal (1989)', Lothaire Bluteau, an award-winning performer known for his work in Montreal, Canada's French-speaking theater, made a significant breakthrough as the theater director obsessed with a modernised staging of the Passion.

Lothaire Bluteau was seen in Robert Lepage's 'Le Confessionnal'. He played Maurice Girodias in the film 'I Shot Andy Warhol. In Anthony Minghella's Oscar-winning film 'The English Patient', he made a fleeting appearance as Hana's tragically ill fiance.

Lothaire Bluteau earned the 1990 Genie Award for Best Performance in a leading character in 'Jesus On Montreal'. He was nominated for the same award in 1996 for the film 'The Confessionnal' ('Le Confessionnal').

Lothaire Bluteau Net Worth, Earnings & Spending Habits

What is Lothaire Bluteau’s net worth?

The approximate net worth of Lothaire Bluteau is $17 million.

How much does Lothaire Bluteau earn per year?

The annual income of Lothaire Bluteau is not available.

Height, Age & Physical Attributes

How tall is Lothaire Bluteau?

Lothaire Bluteau stands at a height of 5 ft 8 in (178 cm).

How old is Lothaire Bluteau?

Born on April 14, 1957, Lothaire Bluteau is 65 years old as of 2022.

Childhood And Education

Lothaire Bluteau was born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. His parents are Lorraine Aykroyd and Peter Aykroyd. He has one sibling Andy Bey.

Family, Romance, And Relationships

Who is Lothaire Bluteau dating?

No information is available regarding his relationship.

Career And Professional Highlights

Best Known For…

Canada-born actor Lothaire Bluteau started his career as an Actor in 1983 when he was just 26. Bluteau's role in 'Being at Home with Claude (1991)' earned him acclaim for his stage debut in London. In Bruce Beresford's stirring 'Black Robe (1991)', he furthered his skill for enigmatic heroes tormented by both physical and metaphysical troubles with his excellent performance as a French Jesuit missionary making a perilous journey to a remote mission outpost. His international credits include 'I Shot Andy Warhol (1996)'.

Following his commanding performance as the Khan in Sally Potter's time-spanning, frequently whimsy, gender-bending adaptation of Virginia Woolf, 'Orlando (1992)', Bluteau continued in a slightly lighter vein with Krzysztof Zanussi's softly comic romance, 'The Silent Touch (1993)'. It was revealed in July 2014 that Bluteau would play Charles the Bald, the ninth-century King of France, in the History Channel series Vikings. In the movie adaptation of Martin Sherman's acclaimed play 'Bent (1997)', director Sean Mathias chose Bluteau to play Horst, the outspokenly gay prisoner.

Lothaire Bluteau appeared in one episode 'Sophomore Jinx' of the television series, 'Law And Order: Special Victims Unit' in the character of Professor James Henri Rousseau. The actor also appeared in two episodes of 'Race To Mars', TV mini-series.

Lothaire Bluteau has also appeared in a significant number of Canadian films in French that have received little international acclaim. He was a young rocker in 'Bonjour Monsieur Gauguin (1988)', and a man on death row in 'Mourir', 1987 short. He played Carole Laure's lover in 'La Nuit avec Hortense (1988)'. On Canadian TV, Bluteau has starred in 'Les Jeunes delinquants' and 'Les Enfants mal aimees'.

In a 1986 episode of 'Miami Vice', Bluteau made his screen debut as a hired killer. In the 1992 CBS TV movie 'Mrs. 'arris Goes to Paris', he costarred with Angela Lansbury. Lothaire Bluteau played a troubled faith healer in 'Julie Walking Home' in 2002 and in 2007 a vicious hood in 'Walk All Over Me'.

What awards has Lothaire Bluteau won?

Following critical acclaim for his performance as the lead in the stage adaptation of 'Being at Home With Claude,' Lothaire Bluteau won the best actor Genie Award for his work in Denys Arcand's Oscar-nominated 'Jésus de Montréal'. Lothaire Bluteau won Best Actor for 'Bent' at the 1997 Gijón International Film Festival.

Other Interesting Lothaire Bluteau Facts And Trivia

  • This charismatic French-Canadian leading actor won significant praise onstage in the early and middle of the '80s. He started appearing in well-received indie films toward the end of the decade. He is known for his gaunt, angular features and piercing gaze.
  • The actor currently lives in Montreal. He performs in both French and English
  • He left medicine for the theater, where he gained notoriety for his portrayal of a young person with mental impairment in 'In The Shadow Of The Wind' (Les Fous de Bassan).
  • For his performance in 'Black Robe', the Canadian actor was nominated for an AFI Award for Best Actor.

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