Felix Maritaud

Felix Maritaud is a French actor who made his big screen debut in 2017 with 120 BPM by Romain Campillo. He quickly gained attention with his performances in Knife + Heart and Sauvage, which earned him the Louis Roederer Revelation Prize at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival. He continues to shine on screens, starring in films such as Tom by Fabienne Berthaud and La Vita Nova by Colin Solal Cardo. In addition to his cinematic talent, Felix Maritaud is also known for his representation of the queer community in his roles. He subtly tackles this theme in his performances, bringing visibility to a community that is often underrepresented community in the media. He is a committed actor and contributes to diversity and inclusion in the French film industry. He is a role model for many young people who see themselves in his interpretations, allowing real visibility for the LGBTQIA+ community and contributing to the fight for equality and diversity.He has also collaborated with photographers Pierre et Gilles. Felix Maritaud is a well-rounded artist who started his career studying at an art school. He then discovered his passion for acting and pursued studies in cinema and theater. He honed his craft over the years and his talent has led him to become one of the most promising actors of his generation. He is recognized for his intense physical and emotional acting, with the ability to slip into complex characters and make them incredibly real. He is a dedicated and passionate artist who continues to strive for excellence and challenge conventions to deliver remarkable performances every time he appears on screen or stage. He is a complete artist who also performed in the show La Horde, the National Ballet of Marseille at the Chaillot Theater in Paris in 2022. Felix Maritaud has recently been on screen with the release in September 2023 of the movie Solo by Sophie Dupuis, about a love story in the drag queen universe in Quebec.