Present at the microphone of RTL, the actor Didier Bourdon spoke about his accomplices of the Unknowns, Pascal Légitimus and Bernard Campan, evoking a possible return of this mythical group of comedians.
This happened a few days ago on RTL. While he was on the radion, comedian and actor Dider Bourdon spoke of a well-known group – unlike its name – that of Unknown, which he trained for several years with Pascal Légitimus and Bernard Campan. According to what he said to radio columnists, the return could be soon. “We want to do something“He teased, pointing out, however, that the biggest difficulty they could face is simply timing. If things fall into place, the Strangers could return directly to the stage, just to mark the occasion.
“We each have our proposals alone, but I know that now is the time to do it, especially on stage“thus explained Didier Bourdon on RTL and whose remarks were repeated in the Parisian. With such popularity past however, the bet is risky and the actor is well aware of it since he emphasizes that “it’s scary“, but he nevertheless intends to embark on this risky path, and he is not the only one.”I was talking about it with Pascal [Légitimus, ndlr] two days ago. I’m waiting for Bernard’s opinion [Campan, ndlr]. I think we could take the old sketches and revisit them. And around the table, we would find other ideas“.
The Unknowns are due to meet on January 22
Formed in 1984, the group of the Unknowns is at the origin of many cult replicas known by several generations. The challenge would therefore be to succeed in finding this public which has now grown, not to say aged, while trying to seduce the new generations. A reunion date is already planned since the three friends must meet again “my birthday“explained Didier Bourdon, either January 22. It remains to be seen what kind of project will emerge from this small meeting and especially if things will eventually come to fruition with, as the result, a brand new show – or a movie? – famous strangers.
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