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Guillaume Canet

Actor + Film Director
Born Apr 10, 1973

Guillaume Canet is a French actor and film director. Canet began his career in theatre and television before moving to film. He starred in several films like Joyeux Noël, Love Me If You Dare and The Beach. In 2006, he turned to writing and directing with Tell No One and won a César Award for Best Director. Canet has also received attention because of his personal life. He was formerly married to actress Diane Kruger.… Read More

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1973 Birth Canet was born in Boulogne-Billancourt on 10 April 1973 to a family of horse breeders. … Read More


1994 21 Years Old In 1994 he appeared in the Théâtre Hébertot production of La Ville dont le prince est un enfant with Christophe Malavoy. … Read More
1997 24 Years Old In 1997 he appeared in the thriller film Barracuda for which he won a prix d'interprétation (best actor award) at the Festival Saint-Jean-de-Luz in 1999. … Read More
1999 26 Years Old In 1999, he began dating German-born model and actress Diane Kruger. They were married on 1 September 2001.
2002 29 Years Old In 2002, Canet starred with Gérard Depardieu in the science fiction film Vidocq. … Read More


2003 30 Years Old In 2003, he appeared opposite Marion Cotillard in Yann Samuell's Love Me If You Dare which became a sleeper hit. … Read More
Canet released his second feature film in 2006, Tell No One, an adaptation of Harlan Coben's novel of the same name.
2009 36 Years Old The couple has attracted considerable attention from the French media, but they have not discussed their relationship and did not appear together on a red carpet event until the Cannes Film Festival in 2009.
2011 38 Years Old On 10 January 2011, Canet and Cotillard told People magazine that they were expecting their first child in May 2011. They announced the birth of their first child, Marcel, on 20 May 2011.
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