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Renaud (Renaud Sechan)

1. - Franois Cluzet, Vive la Sociale, France, 1983.   Before his flat, Jeannot-one-note debut in Germinal, 1993, the French flat, Jean-one-note folk-singer refused all screen offers. He nearly gave in on this one - it won director Gerard Mordillat the 1983 Prix Jean Vigo.

2. - Christophe Malavoy, Souvenirs, souvenirs, France, 1984.   He hesitated, then   stuck to his mantra. “I’m a singer not an actor.” (There are many who would dispute his first claim).

3. - Bruno Pradal, La rhumba, France, 1987.   Even refused an offer from   President Mitterrand’s brother-in-law, veteran actor-turned-director Roger Hanin.

4. - Jean-Pierre Bacri, L'ete en pente douce, France, 1987.   "Bacri was great.   I also liked [Jacques] Villeret as his simple-minded   brother - perhaps because I thought I'd be more suitable to play that one!"   So he waited for producer-director Claude Berri, who promised in 1980 that they would make a film together...

5. - Laurent Terzieff, Germinal, France, 1992. From day one, Claude Berri wanted Gérard Depardieu, Miou-Miou - and   Renaud as Zola’s   hero, Etienne Lantier. But the singer was still just a singer.   Eventually, he caved but for a, not the role. Berri refused have him as Souvraine.   It was Lantier -   or no film. Actor Vincent Lindon persuaded “Renard” and, eventually,   he phoned Berri: “I hear you gave the role to [singer] Patrick Bruel. In   that case, I accept!”


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