Offbeat Les Petits Meurtres d'Agatha Christie (France 2) Blandine Bellavoir: "I will miss Alice Avril, I grew up with her…"
Murder, She Wrote: An inside look at Agatha Christie's pop culture reign, 100 years after her first book
This fall marks 100 years since the publication of Christie’s first novel, 'The Mysterious Affair at Styles.'This fall marks 100 years since the publication of Christie’s first novel, The Mysterious Affair at Styles, wherein twice-married matriarch Emily Inglethorp gets poisoned and no one knows whether the strychnine was in her coffee or her evening cup of cocoa (along with its regular dash of medicinal rum). Since then, the author’s novels often arrived twice yearly until her death in 1976, and estimates of book sales require the word “billion,” nay, “billions.
After seven years playing the detective in the France 2 series, Samuel Labarthe, Elodie Frenck and Blandine Bellavoir leave their place to a new team ... Impressions of the interpreter of Alice Avril
Blandine Bellavoir: '' I harassed the producer with that for years ... and she finally did it! Samuel and Élodie followed, they had no choice! (Laughs) The pace was really strong. For me, who had just given birth, it was an excellent rehabilitation exercise. I love to sing and dance. I had already done it in two episodes (Crime does not pay and Mortal melody, note ).
More beautiful life: what becomes of Bruce Tessore, alias the Enchanter?
© INSTAGRAM More beautiful life: what becomes of Bruce Tessore, alias the Enchanter? Bruce Tessore, whose character sowed terror in Plus belle la vie, is a quiet man and actor.
I'm going to miss Alice Avril, I grew up with her… and I spent more time on shoots than at home. But the life of an artist is made up of renewals. I just finished shooting Une Affaire Française , for TF1, inspired by the Grégory affair, in which I play Christine Villemin. The responsibility was enormous: not easy to interpret a real character. I accepted because it is well written and soberly factual.
Les Petits Meurtres d´Agatha Christie: Friday October 16 at 9:05 p.m. on France 2
Chris Christie Leaves Hospital One Week after Coronavirus Diagnosis .
The former New Jersey governor was among a number of officials in President Trump's inner circle who contracted the virus last week.Christie checked himself into Morristown Medical Center on October 3 shortly after revealing his diagnosis. At the time, the governor said he was choosing to stay in the hospital as a “precautionary measure” due to his “history of asthma.” Christie had developed a low-grade fever and aches, which are common symptoms of COVID-19.