Christian Vadim

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Christian Vadim
Christian Vadim & Julia Livage - Monte-Carlo Television Festival - 2.JPG
Christian Vadim and wife Julia Livage in 2012 Monte-Carlo Television Festival
Christian Igor Christophe Plemiannikov

(1963-06-18) 18 June 1963 (age 55)
Occupation actor
Years active 1983–present
Spouse(s) Julia Livage
Children 3
Parent(s) Roger Vadim
Catherine Deneuve
Relatives Chiara Mastroianni (half-sister)
Maurice Dorléac (grandfather)
Renée Simonot (grandmother)
Françoise Dorléac (aunt)

Christian Vadim (born 18 June 1963) is a French actor. He is the son of actress Catherine Deneuve and director Roger Vadim.

He made his film debut in 1983, working with his father in the film Surprise Party, and appeared the next year in Éric Rohmer's Full Moon in Paris.

In 1999, he played Bloch in Time Regained (directed by Raúl Ruiz), which also starred his mother Catherine Deneuve. He then worked again with Ruiz on Love Torn in a Dream (2000), Savage Souls (2001), A Place Among the Living (2003), That Day (2003) and Night Across the Street (2012).


External links

  • Christian Vadim on IMDb

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