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Francois Arnaud is a Canadian film and television actor. He is best known for television roles as Cesare Borgia on Showtime’s period drama series The Borgias, Théo Carpentier on Yamaska, Manfred Bernardo on NBC’s Midnight Texas, and Tommy Castelli on UnReal. Francois has also appeared in such films as I Killed My Mother, Copperhead, Amapola, Big Sky, and Permission. For his work on I Killed My Mother, he received a VFCC Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Canadian Film. Born François Landriault-Barbeau on July 5, 1985 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, his father is a lawyer and real estate developer. He has a younger sister. He learned to sing and play the piano at the Les Petits Chanteurs du Mont-Royal, a Boys Choir School. He attended and graduated from Conservatoire d’art dramatique in Montreal, Canada, and has an arts degree from Brebeuf College. He was once romantically linked to actress Évelyne Brochu.
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|Height:||6′2″ (188 cm)|
|Weight:||176 pounds (80 kg)|
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I think there comes a point in probably most father-son relationships where the son kind of starts becoming the parent.Francois Arnaud
I’m not sure I’ll find acting satisfying creatively forever. If you get the good roles, it’s great – if you have the freedom to choose your projects and not just do anything and everything.Francois Arnaud
I started studying theater in school, and then I got into drama school at, like, 19, and it was a national drama school in Montreal, and so it was just you and nine other students for three years, and it was really intense.Francois Arnaud
As an actor, as much as I’m interested in how you make movies and TV shows, even as a kid, I’ve always hated making of featurettes and special features on DVDs. I think it breaks the spell.Francois Arnaud
Today, the Pope is only a religious figure. At the time of ‘The Borgias,’ he was also a political leader, a financial leader, and the head of an army. I think popes are much less relevant today than they were then.Francois Arnaud