Niels Arestrup

Birthday:

02/08/1949

Place of birth:

Montreuil, Seine [now Seine-Saint-Denis], France:

Biography:

Niels Arestrup is a French actor, film director and screenwriter. His father was Danish and his mother was French. He has won two César Awards for Best Supporting Actor for De battre mon cœur s'est arrêté and Un prophète, both films where he was directed by Jacques Audiard.


Film Credits

At Eternity's Gate (2018)
as Madman
Au revoir là-haut (2017)
as Marcel Péricourt
Rückkehr nach Montauk (2017)
as Walter
By the Sea (2015)
as Michel
Papa lumière (2015)
as Jacques
La Dune (2014)
as Ruben
96 heures (2014)
as Victor Kancel
Diplomatie (2014)
as General von Choltitz
Quai d'Orsay (2013)
as Claude Maupas
À perdre la raison (2012)
as André Pinget
War Horse (2011)
as Grandfather
Tu seras mon fils (2011)
as Paul de Marseul
Je n'ai rien oublié (2010)
as Thomas
L'homme qui voulait vivre sa vie (2010)
as Bartholomé
Elle s'appelait Sarah (2010)
as Jules Dufaure
L'Affaire Farewell (2009)
as Vallier
Un prophète (2009)
as César Luciani
Le scaphandre et le papillon (2007)
as Roussin
Le Candidat (2007)
as Georges
Les fragments d'Antonin (2006)
as le professeur Lantier
De battre mon cœur s'est arrêté (2005)
as Robert Seyr
Parlez-moi d'amour (2002)
as Richard
Une Affaire privée (2002)
as Le père de Rachel
Le pique-nique de Lulu Kreutz (2000)
as Jascha Steg
Rewind (1998)
as Fabrice Rivail
Délit mineur (1994)
as
Albert Savarus (1993)
as Albert Savarus
Meeting Venus (1991)
as Zoltan Szanto
La ruelle au clair de lune (1988)
as Professeur Hans Klemm
Ville étrangère (1988)
as
La Rumba (1987)
as Detaix
Les Loups entre eux (1985)
as Mike
Diesel (1985)
as Nelson
Signé Charlotte (1985)
as Mathieu
Il futuro è donna (1984)
as Gordon
La guerre d'un seul homme (1982)
as Narrator
Seuls (1981)
as
La Dérobade (1979)
as André
La chanson de Roland (1978)
as Le commerçant / Oton
Les apprentis sorciers (1977)
as Danton
Plus ça va, moins ça va (1977)
as Vincent
Je, Tu, Il, Elle (1976)
as Truck-driver
Si c'était à refaire (1976)
as Henri Lanot
Demain les mômes (1976)
as Philippe
Lumière (1976)
as Nano
Stavisky... (1974)
as Rudolph, le secrétaire de Trotski
Miss O'Gynie et les hommes fleurs (1974)
as Yves

Production Credits

Le temps des cerises (2008)
Author
Le Candidat (2007)
Director