Sagamore Stévenin



Sagamore Stévenin began his career in cinema in 1991 in “La Totale” by Claude Zidi (the film that inspired “True Lies”). He then accepted roles both in feature films and TV movies and is rapidly offered starring roles, especially in “La Cible” and “Comme une bête”. Sagamore Stevenin became famous in 1999 by playing in the film by Catherine Breillat “Romance”. This film, where he plays with Caroline Ducey and porn-star Rocco Siffredi, made a huge scandal. Sagamore Stévenin never hesitates to explore different genres: from the pre-war years cinema in “Lisa” by Pierre Grimblat with Academy Award winner Marion Cotillard, to thrillers such as “Sueurs” and the adaptation of the comic book “Michel Vaillant” by Louis-Pascal Couvelaire and produced by Luc Besson. Sagamore Stévenin also stars in pure comedies like “Tu vas rire mais je te quitte” (2004) by Philippe Harel with Judith Godrèche.