Gaspard Proust


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Gaspard Proust

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Gaspard Proust was born on June 28, 1976 and is 47 years old now.

Birthday: June 28, 1976
How Old - Age: 47

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Gaspard Proust - Biography

Gaspard Proust is an actor and writer, known for Salut les Terriens (2006), Gaspard Proust tapine (2013) and Bon pour le service militaire! (2011).Gašper Pust (or Kasper Püst ) says Gaspard Proust , born 28 June 1976 Novo Mesto, Yugoslavia (Now Slovenia) ) Note 1 , is a Slovenian - Swiss actor and comedian .BiographyChildhood, Formation and BeginningsA father-in-law of a survivor of Ravensbrück and a forcibly recruited in the German army , Gašper Pust was born and raised in the Socialist Republic of Slovenia 6 before settling because of the work of his father. Father, in Algeria where he lives 12 years. He attended the French primary school at Hydra .In 1994, following the attacks in Algiers , he left the country for Aix-en-Provence where he finished his C-terminal in a Catholic institution . During his military service , he is reforming after ten days in the Army 7 .He graduated from HEC Lausanne and became a wealth manager in Switzerland in 2000 5 , 8 , 9 . He realizes that he is bored with an important perceived bonus , not seeing an interesting purpose in this work that is motivated only by money 10 . He resigns and sets out to settle in the Alps , in Chamonix , to indulge in mountaineering . He began writing humorous texts and started performing in Switzerland , then in Paris 5 .Artistic careerGašper Pust then adopted as stage name Gaspard Proust , which deforms hardly his birth name because, as he says himself, "I wanted to be sure that the pronouncing" 11 ; However, he had no particular admiration for the writer 4 .In February 2007, he played a show entitled Sous-développ affectif 12 . The same year, he was awarded the jury prize at the Marathon du Lire de Paris, the Audience Award and the SACD Prize at the Festival Top In Humor .In 2008, he won the Jury Prize at the Rocquencourt Humor Festival and the Villeneuve-sur-Lot Laughter Festival . He also won the first prize at the Just for Laughs Festival in Nantes , and the "Paris is his comedy" prize. The boss of the Vault of the Republic opens the first door 13 ; Laurent Ruquier notices and decides to produce it 8 . Between 2009 and 2012, he participated from time to time on the show of Laurent Ruquier , On va s'arrêner on Europe.In 2010, he won the Prix Raymond-Devos of the Festival of Morges-sous-Rire for his show Finally on stage? 15 . He holds [When?] A weekly column on Le : "The Space of Gaspard Proust" 16 . From September 2012 to June 2015, he succeeds Stéphane Guillon in the show Salut les Terriens! The talk show of Thierry Ardisson on Canal + 17 .In 2011, he presented his show Gaspard Proust tapine at the Théâtre du Rond-Point, then at Théâtre du Châtelet (a first for a comedian) in 2012, at the Théâtre Montparnasse at the end of 2013 and finally at the Théâtre de la Madeleine in 2014.In 2015, he was nominated at the Crystal Globes in the Best One Man Show category.In 2016, he returned with a new show called Nouveau spectacle , on tour and at the Comedy of the Champs-Elysées in Paris from 16 September 2016. He set out on the roads for the 2017 tour of this show, which will be Return to Paris at the Théâtre Antoine from September 2017.Style The style of Proust is a cynical humor , black and biting 18 , 19 . The tone of his voice , often monotonous and nasal, and the register of humor do Compare Pierre Desproges 20 . However, at the beginning of January 2015, he is distinguished by a moving sketch during his usual chronicle of the week in the program Salut les Terriens! On Canal + , where he pays tribute to the victims of the Attack against Charlie Hebdo