Philippe Lellouche makes a tender confession about his son Sam (VIDEO)

Philippe Lellouche makes a tender confession about his son Sam (VIDEO)
Philippe Lellouche makes a tender confession about his son Sam (VIDEO)

Guest on the set of The Big Week on M6, Saturday May 11, Philippe Lellouche made tender confidences about his son Sam, who is already following in his footsteps.

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Before experiencing true love with the actress Vanessa Demouy, mother of his two children Solal and Sharlie, Philippe Lellouche already knew the joys of fatherhood with his son Sam, born in 1995 from a previous union. A son who is now in the spotlight since he starred in the revival of his father’s hit play, The Game of Truthat the Palace of Mirrors. A play in which he opposite Emma Smet, Alexandre Bierry and Clément Moreau.

Philippe Lellouche: “The pride of seeing his son take up the torch”

During his passage in The Big Week on M6, Saturday May 11, Philippe Lellouche made tender confidences about his son Sam, who today follows in his footsteps. “It’s terrible… My son is repeating the first play I wrote, my role. I see my son repeating my words”he first declared to Ophélie Meunier. It’s a mix between pride and terror. The pride of seeing your son take up the torch is moving to tears. And at the same time, panic because if he screws up, I tell myself that I can’t help him.”, he continued. Asked about his role as a father, the actor assured that it was “a monstrously complicated job”. “You have to balance, from a very young age, between authority and love. There is a phrase that I repeat to them and it makes them laugh, but as soon as they go shopping, I tell them: ‘Don’t forget to be happy,'” he concluded.

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Sam Lellouche: a son following in the footsteps of his famous dad

After two years spent at Cours Florent, Sam Lellouche continued his training at L’entrance des artistes, then at the Laboratoire de l’Actor. In 2012, he took his first steps in the world of the 7th art by becoming his father’s assistant director on the set ofA (almost) charming prince. The nephew of Gilles Lellouche then headed towards the world of the small screen by landing a role in the series Mother and daughter and in the TV movie The First Summer by Marion Sarraut. In 2017, we could see him in the film Rock’n’roll by Guillaume Canet. After cinema and television, Sam Lellouche launched into theater by playing in a revival of his father’s successful play, The Game of Truthalongside Emma Smet, daughter of David Hallyday and Estelle Lefébure.

Article written in collaboration with 6Médias

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