The seducer of French cinema Gad Elmaleh has not always had such success with women. This is what the comedian reveals at the microphone of David Laroche in his show 'Paradox' which looks back on his difficult beginnings in terms of seduction.
In an interview with David Laroche for Paradox this Wednesday, November 23, 2022, the 51-year-old French stand-up king opened up about his love life which went through a difficult start . Because if the comedian is known to collect amorous conquests, no one imagined that Gad Elmaleh had not always had success with the fairer sex.
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Who could doubt Gad Elmaleh's power of seduction? At 51, the comedian has appeared on the arm of many conquests and his love stories have made the front page of people magazines on many occasions. After brief idylls with actress Marie Fugain then cellist Sabine Lagarde , the Franco-Moroccan artist is in a relationship with actress Anne Brochet , with whom he has a son, Noé born in 2000. He will then be the companion prima ballerina Aurélie Dupont for four years before starting a relationship with the young actress Nora Arnezeder then the journalist Marie Drucker . But in 2011, he finally seems to settle down when he meets Charlotte Casiraghi, 15 years her junior. From his relationship with the Monegasque heiress was born their son Raphaël, in 2013 . But the couple separated in October 2015. Since then, the actor seems to enjoy his life as a single father as he confided to the Parisian on September 11, 2021.
But if Gad Elmaleh owes his many female conquests to having inherited his reputation as a seducer, he says he had a rather difficult start at the microphone of David Laroche. Shy with girls during his childhood, his humor was not always of great help to him ' I was the class clown, the problem is that you don't date the class clown, the class clown is not sexy. We want to go out with the mysterious, the dark ', laughs the actor who adds that he tried to play the dark but without success. ' Total failure! They laughed even more “, he swears.
On the poster of Stay a bit , a film he also directs, Gad Elmaleh plays his own role, that of a humorist who returns to France after having lived l'American dream for three years in the United States and who cannot manage to announce to his parents his conversion to Catholicism .
A film between comedy and documentary in which the artist has fun questioning his Jewish faith in the face of an irrepressible attraction for the Catholic faith. In its first week, it cumulates 153,000 admissions at the box office.Source journaldesfemmes.fr