Jeremie Laheurte is a French actor known for his versatile performances in film and television. He was born on July 14, 1990, in Paris, France. Laheurte studied drama at the Conservatoire National Supérieur d'Art Dramatique in Paris, honing his skills and passion for acting.
Laheurte gained international recognition for his breakout role as Jules in the critically acclaimed 2013 film "Blue Is the Warmest Color." Directed by Abdellatif Kechiche, the film won the Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival and showcased Laheurte's talent and ability to delve into complex characters.
In recent years, Jeremie Laheurte has continued to impress audiences with his performances. In 2021, he appeared in the TV series "Paris Police 1900," portraying the role of Antoine Jouin. He further showcased his acting prowess in 2022 with multiple projects. Laheurte starred in the TV series "Paris Police 1905" as Antoine Jouin and the film "Blazing Neon" as Yann. He also appeared in the TV movie "La cour" as Joel, and in "Driving Madeleine" as Raymond Haguenot. Additionally, he played the role of Adjudant chef Joël in the film "Notre-Dame on Fire."
Jeremie Laheurte's dedication to his craft and his ability to bring depth and authenticity to his characters have garnered him critical acclaim. With his diverse range of roles across various mediums, playing roles alongside Jamie Dornan, Hafsia Herzi, Karim Leklou, Ariane Labed and Rosamund Pike. Jeremie continues to captivate audiences with his talent and remains a prominent figure in the French entertainment industry.