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  • Date of birth : 14/04/1957



  • Bluteau Lothaire


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Lothaire Bluteau (1957)

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Lothaire Bluteau is a French-Canadian actor. He was born in Montreal, Quebec and performs in both French and English. He had a recurring role in the third season of the television series 24 as the character Marcus Alvers.


Lothaire Bluteau was born into an impoverished Montreal family of nineteen in 1957. His numerous theatre credits helped lead to his first full-length film, Rien Qu'un Jeu . Since then, he has starred in many motion pictures including Jesus of Montreal, The Confessional and Bent . He is currently at work filming Art in Las Vegas. Bluteau is fluent in both French and English, and though he performs in both languages his characters have ranged greatly, from a male prostitute to a person with a developmental disability to a crooked jockey to a Jesuit missionary . Bluteau is well regarded for his portrayals and is often said to display emotions exceedingly well, wearing them like a second skin. In the fourth season of The Tudors, Bluteau takes up the role of Charles de Marillac, the French Ambassador to the court of King Henry VIII. Marillac had the unenviable task of representing French interests in England on the eve of Henry VIII's last quest for military glory against France in 1544. In the opening credits Bluteau features as one of the primary characters in the Sixteenth-Century historical drama.

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