Cesar Chouraqui

Cesar Chouraqui is a versatile artist who has made his mark in various creative fields, including film, theater, television, and music. In the world of cinema, Cesar made his debut in 2016 with a compelling performance in the drama The Origin of Violence, directed by his father, Elie Chouraqui. His acting prowess was evident from the outset. In 2020, he further showcased his acting talent by joining the cast of the NTM biopic Supreme, directed by Audrey Estrougo, solidifying his presence in the film industry. Cesar's talents extend to the stage as well. In 2018, he took on the challenging role of Alceste in the theatrical production of The Misanthrope, directed by Raymond Acquaviva. His stage presence and command of the character received critical acclaim, demonstrating his versatility as a theater actor. In the realm of television, Cesar made a brief yet noteworthy appearance in the 2023 series Bardot, showcasing his adaptability as he ventured into the world of TV. Adding to his artistic repertoire, Cesar is also a gifted musician. He is a singer in the band The Idem Colony, where he channels his passion for music into captivating performances. Cesar Chouraqui's artistic journey reflects his multidisciplinary approach to the arts. With a growing list of accomplishments in film, theater, television, and music, he is an emerging talent to watch in the entertainment industry.


190 / 6'3''