Jeremie Laheurte

Jérémie Laheurte is a French actor. His career began in 2012 with a role in the television film Punk directed by Jean-Stéphane Sauvaire and broadcast on Arte, which immediately earned him critical recognition. However, it was in 2013 that he became known to the general public with his role in Blue is the Warmest Color by Abdellatif Kechiche, which won the Palme d’or at the Cannes Film Festival. After this success, Laheurte caught the attention of the fashion world in Yves Saint Laurent perfume Mon Paris. The actor did not rest on his laurels in modeling. He continued to work on his acting career by appearing in short films as well as movies such as July August by Diasteme and The Stopover by Delphine and Muriel Coulin. In 2019, he landed a role in the movie You Deserve a Love by Hafsia Herzi, where he played an unfaithful man trying to win back his partner’s heart. In 2021, Laheurte took a new turn in his career by landing the lead role in the television series Paris Police 1900, an original creation by Canal+ developed by Fabien Nury, where he plays a young police inspector trying to enforce the law in early 20th-century Paris. This critically acclaimed series allows Laheurte to demonstrate his acting skills and confirm his place in the world of cinema and television. In results of this success, a season in continuation of this series was released in November 2022, under the name Paris Police 1905, introducing the same characters five years after and undercovering prostitution as a new dark side of the Belle époque period. The director is planning a third season; therefore, it would be very likely to watch our actor again on this immersive historical plot. The end of 2022 was successful for him as he is also starring in the thriller Du Crépitement Sous les Néons. Jérémie Laheurte is an actor to keep an eye on, capable of playing diverse roles and captivating audiences with his charismatic presence and convincing acting. His promising career suggests many more exciting surprises to come in the years ahead.