This Wednesday, June 22, Franck Dubosc was invited on the set of the show “En aparté”. The opportunity for him to look back on his career as a comedian and actor, but also to evoke some touching memories with his father, Lucien, who died in 2002.
Nathalie Levy welcomes a personality every evening in the show’s fitted loft As an aside. On Wednesday evening, viewers were able to discover Franck Dubosc’s interview in complete privacy. The actor said more about his next film rumba life, but that’s not all. He also looked back on his career and has made some confidences about his private life. It is with great emotion that he spoke of his relationship with his dad who died 20 years ago.
Franck Dubosc and his relationship with his father
The famous comedian first started his career on the boards in the late 80s. He soon became successful and performed in larger venues such as the Splendid and the Comédie de Paris. Franck Dubosc has always had a very complicated relationship with his father, but that did not prevent the latter to be very proud when his son fills the Olympia in 2002.
He dreamed of me being at the Olympia. He had made me a little drawing, trembling, of me on stage.
Does he remember, in the show As an aside, broadcast on Canal +. Sadly, the comedian’s dad passed away that same year. He had Charcot’s disease. Franck Dubosc therefore accompanied his father, Lucien, to the end. Even if his father did not often tell him, he knows full well that he was very proud of his career.
” I do not want don’t talk too much about him”
Very moved by evoking his dad, the comedian told a little anecdote that was reported to him. His father went to see a basketball game and the people in front of him were talking about Franck Dubosc. Very proud, he interrupted their conversation :
He tapped them on the shoulder, saying, “He’s my son! “. I don’t want to talk too much about him. I know he was proud, but he didn’t say anything to me. It’s not serious.
Overwhelmed by emotion, he adds, before recovering himself:
As soon as we talk about him, it’s terrible. You know how to get me.