François Arnaud was born on July 5, 1985 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada as François Barbeau. He is an actor and producer, known for The Borgias (2011), Blindspot (2015) and I Killed My Mother (2009). See full bio »
François Landriault-Barbeau (born July 5, 1985), known professionally as François Arnaud, is a Canadian film and television actor. He is best known for his work as Cesare Borgia on Showtime's period drama series The Borgias, Manfred Bernardo on NBC's Midnight, Texas, and Tommy Castelli on UnReal
Sep 23, 2020 · Francois Arnaud, photographed here in 2018, is speaking out about his sexual identity. (CNN) "Schitt's Creek" actor François Arnaud has shared that he identifies as bisexual.
- François is most well-known for his role on The Borgias. He played the ruthless Cesare Borgia on the Showtime historical fiction series, which centered around the real-life Borgia family in Italy during the Renaissance era.
- He’s also held leading roles in other television shows. François continued to have a successful track in television after The Borgias ended. He landed the lead roles as Manfred Bernardo on the NBC series Midnight, Texas and as Dan Moody on the FOX sitcom The Moodys.
- He also had a memorable guest role on Schitt’s Creek. François made a cameo as the infamous ex-boyfriend of David Rose (played by Dan Levy), who is a well-known photographer from New York named Sebastien Raine.
- François has starred on the big screen, too. He kick-started his film career with a role in the 2009 French film I Killed My Mother, which earned him the honor for “Best Supporting Actor in a Canadian Film” from the Vancouver Film Critics Circle.
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Sep 22, 2020 · More recently Arnaud starred in two NBC dramas, “Blindspot” and the supernatural drama “Midnight, Texas,” where he played a psychic drawn to a town populated by vampires, witches and a ...
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Jul 24, 2017 · In 2009, two years after graduating from the Conservatoire de musique et d’art dramatique du Québec in Montreal, François Arnaud co-starred in Xavier Dolan‘s first feature as a writer-director, I Killed My Mother. Made for under a million Canadian dollars, the film excelled on the festival circuit, even going to Cannes.
François Arnaud (Comtat-Venaissin, 27 July 1721 – 2 December 1784) was a French clergyman, writer, and philologist. Biography. Abbé of Grandchamp and librarian to the count of Provence (the future Louis XVIII of France), he contributed to the Journal étranger and the Gazette littéraire de l'Europe. From 1766, he directed la Gazette.
- 2 December 1784 (aged 63), Paris
- 27 July 1721, Carpentras
- Linguist, Librarian
Sep 22, 2020 · RELATED: François Arnaud Talks Steamy Scenes on New Show "Midnight, Texas": “You Feel the Heat but You Don’t See as Much” He added: "Not disloyal. Not ashamed.
François Arnaud was born on July 5, 1985 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada as François Barbeau. He is an actor and producer, known for The Borgias (2011), Blindspot (2015) and I Killed My Mother (2009).
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