Actor Gaspard Ulliel died at the age of 37 following an accident on the ski slopes

The French actor Gaspard Ulliel died at the age of 37, victim of a fall while skiing yesterday afternoon on the slopes of Rosières, a mountain resort in the French Savoy, at the intersection of two ski slopes. This was announced by his family through a note sent to France Presse. For over an hour he was assisted on the spot before being transported by helicopter to the university hospital in Grenoble. The Albertville prosecutor has announced the opening of an investigation to determine the causes of the tragedy.

Born in Boulogne-Billancourt, on the outskirts of Paris, on 25 November 1984, he was discovered at the age of 19 for the interpretation in Les Egares by André Téchiné alongside Emmanuelle Beart, in 2005 Ulliel won the prestigious Cesar for the role of a soldier in the First World War in A Long Sunday of Passion by Jean-Pierre Jeunet. In 2007 he is the protagonist of Hannibal Lecter – The origins of evil. In 2014 he plays Yves Saint-Laurent in Bertrand Bonello’s biopic. Three years later, he again wins Cesar for his portrayal of him in Xavier Dolan’s It’s Just the End of the World. Over the course of his career he has filmed alongside big names in French cinema such as Isabelle Huppert and Gérard Depardieu. In the Marvel Studios series Moon Knight, which debuts on March 30, he starred opposite Oscar Isaac as villan Anton Bogart / Midnight Man. (Photo Gigi Iorio/News Press)


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