Friendly face, curious look, relaxed, Nicolas Poiret wedges his hair behind his ears, but nothing helps.
The son of Caroline Cellier and Jean Poiret and his sister Sylvie, born of the union of the latter with the novelist Françoise Dorin, are attentive to the heritage of their illustrious father.
They have just inaugurated at the Théâtre du Palais-Royal an exhibition devoted to
La Cage aux Folles
which celebrates its 50th anniversary this year (until June).
“I would like to reassemble it with Michel Fau who would succeed Michel Serrault in the role of Zaza”
, he announces.
Nicolas Poiret was also at the premiere of
, another mythical comedy by Jean Poiret directed by Nicolas Briançon at the Théâtre Marigny, forty-three years after its creation.
Legend has it that his famous parents met in 1965 on the film
La Tête du client
by Jacques Poitrenaud, even if they did not shoot a scene together.
“They crossed paths several times”
, points out Nicolas…
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