Clément Rémiens: His cash response on a return to Tomorrow belongs to us or Here it all begins?

Clément Rémiens: His cash response on a return to Tomorrow belongs to us or Here it all begins?
Clément Rémiens: His cash response on a return to Tomorrow belongs to us or Here it all begins?

After having played the character of Maxime Delcourt for almost 5 years in Tomorrow belongs to us and Here it all begins, Clément Rémiens slammed the door on the two successful TF1 soap operas in order to take a long break away from the film sets. It is in the columns of Télé Star that the actor returned to this decision which he admits to having never regretted.

Clément Rémiens: “I have never regretted my choice”

I worked non-stop, sometimes up to twelve hours a day, but, I assure you, I did not feel any weariness. And I wasn’t burned out. “. En Clément explains that he simply wanted to enjoy his youth “ I am happy and proud to have grown up with Maxime. But at 24, it seemed important to me to continue my journey alone. You have to know how to refuse opportunities to experience life “. And to add “ It was a carefully considered choice. I notified production nine months before my departure so that the authors could anticipate the character’s absence. When filming the last episode, I had the feeling of accomplishment. I was deeply moved, but I never regretted my choice “.

The new life of Clément Rémiens

During his two sabbatical years, Maxime flew solo to Southeast Asia. A long journey which took him to discover Vietnam, Malaysia, via Thailand and Cambodia. On his return to France Clément became a basketball player in the Gravelines Dunkerque maritime basketball club. This year, the actor has nevertheless returned to the studios, since he is starring in the animated film Blue & Company, in theaters on May 8, in which he lends his voice to the character of the Ice Cube.

Will we see Clément Rémiens again in Tomorrow Belongs to Us or Here It All Begins?

So what about a return to Tomorrow Belongs to Us or Here It All Begins? “ No, because I want to surprise, to come back where no one expects me” he told our colleagues at Télé Star and added “I would love, for example, to go on stage, to try my hand at live performance. On the set of Tomorrow Belongs to Us, I often took the camera. Moving on to directing also interests me (…) The profession of actor requires infinite patience, and I will know how to wait for the right project “. Fans are therefore not about to find the interpreter of Maxime Delcourt in their favorite series…

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