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Eriq Ebouaney

Eriq Ebouaney was born in France, but spent most of his childhood in his parent's native country of Cameroon. Ebouaney and his family moved back to Paris when he was 14 where he finished grammar school and then went into business school. Having had no prior experience or acting training, Ebouaney joined a theatre company, Companie La Baignoire, in the mid-90's and never looked back. He continued to work on stage with several French theatre groups, until he got his first lead in Raoul Peck's film, Lumumba. His recent film roles include Ridley Scott's Kingdom of Heaven and Brian DePalma's Femme Fatale as well as a host of films produced around the globe including the South African drama Cape of Good Hope, the German thriller Der Felsen and numerous French films including My Wife Is An Actress, San Antonio, When The Cat's Away and the upcoming The Trail with Julian Sands and the Irish thriller, The Frontline, with James Frain. He has also had lead roles in the French television series Ciel d'Asile and Villa mon Reve. He lives in Paris.

Note: This profile was written in or before 2007.
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Selected Filmography

Transporter 3
Kingdom of Heaven: Ultimate Edition
Kingdom of Heaven
Femme Fatale
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