After losing his mother in 2008, Sagamore Stévenin must now face the disappearance of his father, actor and director Jean-François Stévenin (
Passe montagne, Double Messieurs
From the latter's marriage to Jacqueline Monnier known as Florence, it was he who announced to AFP on Wednesday the death of his father.
On Thursday, Sagamore delivered a particularly touching farewell message on Instagram.
“1944-2021. Our 2 big hands entwined well I whispered in your ear "Do not be afraid ... I am here with you ... Death is sweet ... Death is calm ... Death is simple .. Hang on. you in my voice… Do not be afraid, ”
Our 2 big hands entwined well I whispered in your ear "Do not be afraid ... I am here with you ... Death is sweet ... Death is calm ... Death is simple .. Hang on. you in my voice… Do not be afraid, ”
says Sagamore, with a photo of him and his father when he was just a little boy.
"I took the Emperor's eau de toilette from my pocket and scented you gently.
Your wife was holding your other hand and was brooding over your exhausted life… Little by little on the monitor, the red line of your big engine slowed down. Then slowly stopped, ”he
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Your Love has spread… I must now take a new road… That of orphans… Who are forced to look far away.
See you soon, Your Builder,
”he finished with emotion.
The message was liked more than 3,500 times in less than a day and many Internet users were quick to give it their support and condolences in the comments.
Aged 47, Sagamore Stévenin is an actor, like his father and his three other children. He made his television debut in a television film by Pascal Kané, then obtained his first major role in the cinema in 1992 with
La Révolte des enfants
by Gérard Poitou-Weber. In 1996, he was chosen to play the young version of his father in
Les Frères Gravet
by René Féret. In 2013, he became known to the general public by playing the main role in
, a police series broadcast on TF1.