Gaspard Ulliel, known for filming audiences for his starring roles in films such as Xavier Dolan‘s It’s just the end of the world, and Jean-Pierre Jeunet‘s A very long engagement, has passed away at the age of 37 after a tragic ski accident in the Alps, reports the news agency AFP.
The French performer, who won the country’s best actor award for his role in Dolan’s domestic drama, was admitted on Tuesday after the said accident. Deadline reports that Ulliel on Tuesday was “transported by helicopter to a hospital in Grenoble after a collision on the slopes of the Savoie region”. According to the actor’s family and agent, he has not survived his injuries.
Ulliel had mostly appeared in more esoteric art house dishes in his native France, which is considered to be one of the rising stars of the country’s prolific film industry. Knights of the Moon, Marvel’s upcoming Disney + series starring oscar isaac as the self-proclaimed protagonist, it was to be his first real step into mainstream Hollywood, apart from a supporting role as a younger Hannibal Lecter opposite Anthony Hopkins in the 2007s Hannibal Rising.
IN It’s just the end of the world, played Ulliel Louis, a 34-year-old gay playwright who deals with terminal illness that reunites with his family too late after twelve years of separation. In the classic Dolan way, the film separates the stifling limitations from family relationships with emotional dexterity. Ulliel’s role was considered strong, especially in his home country of Europe, and the film won the prestigious Grand Prix at the Cannes Film Festival – an award not least due to his uplifting performance.
In 2014, Ulliel Yves Saint Laurent played in the biopic Saint Laurent, directed by the French arthouse legend Bertrand Bonello. He spoke to us at the time about his hopes of eventually directing his own film, and said wisely: “I think it’s a very high responsibility and you do not just make a film to make a film. If you decide to direct a film, it’s because you have something to say, something to show to the audience. ” He quoted US directors Jeremy Saulnier and David Robert Mitchell as two of his most important sources of inspiration.
In the fashion sphere, he will be remembered as the face of Chanel’s men’s fragrance Bleu de Chanel, a role he had occupied since 2010. He appeared in a series of three shorts for the fashion house, each directed by a Hollywood heavyweight: first by Martin Scorsese, next after James Gray in 2014, and late in 2018 of 12 years a slave Manager Steve McQueen.
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