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Originally from Marseille, Louis Bernard is a bilingual French / English actor based in London and Paris.
At the age of 12, he discovered springboard diving. Over a 10 year period, he represented his club and France in multiple national and international competitions. During this time, he also studied and graduated with a Master's degree in computer engineering. He then moved on to a new career as a business analyst working for over 6 years on projects based in Asia, Australia and Europe.
In the end, however, his enduring passion for acting saw him graduate in 2014 from the Academy of Live and Recorded Arts (London). He is now working in films, theatre and physical theatre.
Previous film/TV credits include: Larkin (lead) in How To Dress For The Apocalypse (Available on Amazon Prime Video UK and US), Farmen (Episode Lead) in Silent Eye - Episode 5 (Soon on Amazon Prime Video UK), Jimbo in “Bonded By Blood 2” (DVD), Jean-Paul de Chauvignac in romantic comedy “Art Ache” (Amazon Prime Video US) and as a stunt performer in “Genesis”.
Previous Theatre credits include: Dogberry in Much Ado About Nothing (Gray's Inn Hall London, UK Cathedral Tour, French tour), Olive in Radieuse Vermine (Théâtre du Chêne Noir - Avignon, Leicester Square Theatre - London), Constable of France / Governor of Harfleur in Henry V (UK Cathedral Tour, Théâtre National de Nice), Mr Cratchit in A Christmas Cratchit (Theatre 503); Man in Follow Suit (Camden People's Theatre); Charles-Henri in On a mangé le Chameau de M. Hollande (Theatre Daunou, Paris); Stephen in Unprotected (Courtyard); and Jack Worthing in The Importance of Being Earnest (Melbourne French Theatre). He recently worked on an R&D with complicite: Stories My Mother told me.
Louis is also a qualified personal trainer and group cycling instructor, working with private clients or teaching spinning classes at Fitness First and The Train Station Gym.