Jean Dujardin made his return to the small screen. The ABC has given its consent to Luc Besson for the pilot of the series The French Detective. The French actor oscar winner will play Luke Moncrief, a mysterious detective, a parisian who moved to New York to make a clean sweep of his past…
This is four years that Jean Dujardin shines by his absence on television. The oscar-winning actor for his role in The Artist was indeed not appeared on our small screens since 2013 and season 2 of Sycamore, the series of Eric Judor. The actor of 45 years, began his comeback in a series produced by Luc Besson. According to Variety, ABC has given its agreement to the successful developer to produce the pilot of The French Detective, based on novels in the author James Patterson. Jean Dujardin played the character of Luke Moncrief. According to the press, he is a detective in paris which remade her life in New York and joined the police, trying to leave his dark past and mysterious behind him. Accompanied by his partner, he will have to solve crimes… but will be quickly overtaken by his former life.
With this series, Jean Dujardin proves that he flourishes in his international career. The actor, who made his television debut in A guy, a girl , with Alexandra Lamy, is now a familiar face across the Atlantic, to be played in particular in The wolf of Wall Street Martin Scorsese alongside Leonardo DiCaprio, or even in The Monuments Men directed by George Clooney.
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