On the occasion of the rebroadcast of the film Raid Dingue on Sunday January 30, 2022, from 9:05 p.m. on TF1, Télé Star has decided to bring out exclusive photos of Dany Boon, dating from 1993, from its archives.
A true key figure in French comedy since the incredible popular success of Welcome to the Ch’tisDany Boon pursues a prolific acting and directing career. Subscriber to the successes, whether in cinemas or in the theater, the comedian will be on the poster for comedy Crazy Raid, that he himself madebroadcast Sunday, January 30, 2022, from 9:05 p.m. on TF1. This is his 5th film as a filmmaker, which he also shares the poster with actress Alice Pol.
Before being adored by spectators in dark rooms, it was on the boards that Dany Boon began his career actor in the 90s. To get started in the profession, he was able to count on the support of the famous French comedian Roland Magdane, but also the animator Patrick Sébastien. The latter met Dany Boon for the first time at the Rochefort Festival. That day, the presenter gave him some advicebut above all, he agreed to produce it on stage “without even having seen (his) show!“, had revealed Dany Boon, in an interview granted to Pocket TV in 1993.
Dany Boon on his passion for comedy: “I’ve had that in my head since the age of 10!”
Still a beginner at the time, the apprentice humorist did not refrain from any subject, with one exception. “Politics. I’m not interested in adding more. There’s enough of a mess as it is!“, had declared Dany Boon at the time. During this same interview, Daniel Hamidou of his real name had entrusted to Pocket TV that he had always dreamed of going into comedy. “I’ve had this in my head since I was 10! But I wanted to reassure my parents, I also studied drawing“, he had underlined. Originally from the North of France, Dany Boon had first come to Paris to make cartoons, before turning to his true passion. “Being in a hurry got me in the ass and I wrote skits“, had specified the actor.
A slideshow produced by Isabelle Minard-Borde
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