Jean Dujardin : ses touchantes confidences sur la paternité… "je suis heureux de vivre"

Decidedly, Jean Dujardin does not have time to be unemployed. After filming On the dark paths, the comedian is currently promoting. For your information, this feature film arrives in theaters on March 22. While waiting for the release, the interpreter of Brice de Nice continues the interviews. In the columns of the magazine Paris Match, the fifties has made some revelations about his career. He also opened up like never before about his private life, especially on his late fatherhood.

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“It’s like a second chance”

Certainly, his love affair with Alexandra Lamy unleashed passions. Jean Dujardin, however, has already known love before attending the interpreter of Chouchou in A boy a girl. Some may not know it, but the actor was married to Gaëlle Demars from whom he separated in 2003. From their union were born Simon (22 years old) and Jules (21 years old).

After breaking up with his stage partner, the one who lends his features to the character of George Valentin in The Artist found love again in the arms of skater Nathalie Péchalat. They are the proud parents of Jeanne (7 years old) and Alice (2 years old). Jean Dujardin thus experienced fatherhood at two very different periods of his life. At the microphone of our colleagues from Paris Matchhe indulged in a few confidences on this subject.

At 30, you are on your own, you want to fight it out, you try to prove things to yourself and the children inevitably suffer from it (…) I am happy to experience fatherhood again and to correct it. It’s like a second chance.

Jean Dujardin confides in his short career in Hollywood

Propelled to the rank of movie star after his consecration at the Oscars in 2012, Jean Dujardin made a successful foray into Hollywood. In this sense, the friend of George Clooney could have settled in the United States. The father of the family, however, preferred to stay in France. Indeed, he leads a peaceful life in Saint-Cloud, in the Île-de-France region. A quiet daily life that the fifty-year-old would not trade for anything in the world.

When people tell me that I could have had a career in the United States, they forget something: I have a family, I have my life here.

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