Actor Gaspard Ulliel has died. The one who made himself known in Embrace whoever you want, and who will soon be showing in the new Moon Knight series from Disney +, died today following a skiing accident.
Gaspard ulliel died this Wednesday, January 19, 2022. Aged 37, the actor died in a tragic skiing accident occurred on the Rosière estate in Savoie. According to the first information collected, he was found unconscious at the crossroads of two blue slopes on January 18, and was transported to the Grenoble University Hospital, to La Tronche more precisely.
If he had started his career in 1996 in an episode ofA Woman in White, it is especially in Kiss whoever you want that he was discovered by the general public, which earned him a nomination for the César for best male hope. We find it later in The Lost alongside Emmanuelle Béart, then in A long engagement Sunday with Audrey Tautou.
The Moon Knight series mourns one of its main actors
After receiving the César for best male hope in 2005 for The last day, we find it in Jacquou le Croquant shortly after. In 2014, he was in the cast of the biopic Saint Laurent, then a few years later in Just the end of the world, film for which he received the award for best actor at the Césars of 2017.
The French actor also had an international career, appearing in 2007 in Hannibal Lecter The Origins of Evil. But Gaspard Ulliel is mainly on the poster for the next Marvel series Moon Knight, whose very first trailer was unveiled less than 48 hours ago. The actor must camp there the character of Anton Mogart, alias the midnight man in Marvel comics. We do not know much more at the moment about the role of Anton Mogart in the Disney + series, but it should be one of the two main antagonists of Moon Knight. The other “bad guy” in the story being embodied by Ethan Hawk.
The Moon Knight series will begin airing on March 30, 2022. At this time, neither Marvel Studios nor Disney+ have reacted to the actor’s death, but no doubt they will soon. We will be sure to update this article accordingly.