Thomas Poitevin is a famous actor who is best known for casting in ‘The New Look’ (2024) which is a series depicts Christian Dior in Paris after World War II when he created his fashion line that unofficially got named New Look.
He is a talented actor and playwright from France. But that’s not all, he also became quite famous on social media for his funny comedy videos. In the series, he played the role of Pierre Balmain who was a French fashion designer and founder of leading post-war fashion house Balmain.
Known for sophistication and elegance, he described the art of dressmaking as “the architecture of movement”. Let’s find more about Thomas Poitevin Plays Pierre Balmain: Wiki, Bio, Age, Height, Weight, Career, Facts.
Who Is Thomas Poitevin?
In 2002, Thomas Poitevin enrolled at the Hector Berlioz Municipal Conservatory of Dramatic Art. He decided to further his education and joined the University of Paris-Sorbonne to study literature.
Once he completed his degree, Thomas pursued training as an author-director at the European Film Production Training Center. He he also played and directed several shows such as Realism by Catherine Hargreaves, Sosies by Quentin Defalt, Big Freeze and many more.
Thomas Poitevin Age, Height & Weight
Thomas Poitevin age is 44 years old, as of 2024. He was born in 1980 in Fontainebleau, France. He stands at a height of 5 feet 10 inches tall (1.77 m). He holds French nationality. He is straight. He gave his first solo on stage, The Desperate Do Not Lack of Panache, in 2018.
From September 2021 to April 2022, he performed his second solo on stage, Helene Francois. He joined training as an author-director at the European Film Production Training Center.
Thomas Poitevin Facts
- Thomas has more than 93K followers on his ‘thomas_poitevin’ Instagram account and channel bio read as, ‘Thomas joue ses perruques”, les dernières du spectacle au Théâtre de l’Atelier à Paris du 23 janvier au 1 er février, réservations ici.’
- He is very excited for the year 2024 and wrote via Instagram,
“I sincerely thank: the people who love you without emotionally charging you; the even braver people perhaps who bill you but apologize; the people who doubt but try; the small daily courage that are ultimately revolutions discreet, the immense courage we watch pass on our screens as Amourabought supporters watch the gruppetto pass and dream of seeing it pass as the lead player;
people who smile officially as they walk and love you; the scratches who sometimes get tired yelling in the second but who awakens those who have forgotten how to yawn for years, the awakened who still have the strength to explain calmly after their daily ration of blows in the mouth. Thank you, theaters, all theaters. The people who play it and the people who come to play with them and them. Thanks to Love and Dogs, I mean the same. Thanks to regulatory kindness and impulsive kindness, we’ll take both. I wish you all the happiness ahead.
If you’re Gen X like me, saying “2024” out loud immediately evokes an absurd science fiction future that seemed so distant, so unlikely to us then. So pack up our hoverboards and fly away. #2024 #happynewyear”