It is so much for Jean-Pierre Michaël to bid farewell to the “Here everything begins” program. The actor who played Pierre Rigaut recently announced his departure on his social networks.
Here it all begins : a short stay
It’s time to pack up for Jean-Pierre Michaël. The comedian, arrived a few weeks ago in the program Here it all begins, is already going. The actor known for his role as Marc Venturi in RIS Scientific Police, here embodied Pierre Rigaut, the hotel cook La Gardiane.
It happened in Here it all begins in the middle of the summer, at the same time as Serge Hazanavicius who plays his brother on the screen. A summery story arc was made around the character of Salomé (Aurélie Pons). The young woman, an orphan, had just found his mother, Sylvie (Elise Tielrooy), Serge’s wife. It was with her boyfriend, Maxime (Clément Rémiens), that the young apprentice decided to do her internship in the hotel run by the latter.
Thus, Salomé met Pierre. Maxime absolutely wanted to discover the identity of Salomé’s father. For this, he investigated and discovered that Sylvie and Pierre had had a relationship in the past. Very quickly, he made the link and Sylvie was forced to confess to Pierre that he is Salomé’s father.
Goodbye or see you soon?
Jean-Pierre Michaël has announced his departure filming on social networks. Immediately arrived, immediately left. Indeed, the actor was to be present only for this subplot which will therefore soon come to an end. He held to thank the whole team via an Instagram story. “There you have it, end of the adventure. Thank you for everything !“, he wrote, qualifying his passage in the series of”great adventure“.
Salomé, who is therefore his daughter, is one of the central characters of Here it all begins. Perhaps his father will therefore have to come back to the program from time to time. One thing is certain, Jean-Pierre Michaël had fun and enjoyed his role as a chef, he who loves to cook. He confides in TV 7 days :
I wanted to get out of my usual cop roles. And a series that deals with something other than criminal investigations, that feels good. I was delighted not to have to conduct interrogations!