Pierre Palmade (born 23 March 1968 in Bordeaux) is a French actor and
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He has done dubbing for the films,
Pédale douce and Pédale dure. He
is known for playing unpleasant characters in his sketches.
In 2005, he participated in Rendez-vous en terre inconnue.
In October 2008, Palmade came out as a homosexual, a theme he talks
about in his latest play Le Comique (Fontaine theatre, near Pigalle,
From 27 September 2013, he will play in Le Fils du Comique with
Anne-Élisabeth Blateau in Saint-Georges Theater, in Paris.
He received a
Molière Award in 1993 for his show Go see me at La
Oui, directed by
Alexandre Jardin (1996)
Astérix et les Vikings, (voice), directed by Stefan Fjeldmark (2006)
Sagan, directed by Diane Kurys, with
Sylvie Testud (2008)
Pierre et Fils, with Pierre Richard, violin Scott Tixier, music
Christophe Defays TF1 (2008)
Incognito, directed by
Éric Lavaine (2009)
Brillantissime, directed by
Michèle Laroque (2018)
^ Têtu, October 2008, issue 137, page 22
^ Molière Awards, Musical Theatre Archived 9 July 2013 at the Wayback
Pierre Palmade on IMDb
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