Absent from the soap opera for nearly two years, the interpreter of Théo Bommel will return to the film sets in Marseille in the coming days. Where had we left his character in “Plus Belle la vie”?
While the departures of emblematic characters have followed one another in 2021, a character will soon make his comeback in Plus Belle la vie after a long absence. Théo Bommel, played by Jules Fabre since 2017, had disappeared from the Marseille soap opera in 2020 without giving any sign of life, which had questioned many fans.
According to information from the site Leisure TV, its interpreter, Jules Fabre, will resume filming of the daily from Thursday, January 13, in a plot whose subject is still unknown but which should be broadcast from March 2.
Something to delight viewers who were wondering what had happened to the former student of Scotto high school, fell in love with Coralie Blain, her math teacher, in 2018. Played by Sara Mortensen since 2012 then replaced by Coralie Audret in 2020, Coralie Blain was incidentally the companion of Clément Bommel (David Marchal), Theo’s father, who obviously could not bear to discover their affair.
The Bommel family having been shattered following this terrible revelation, Coralie and Théo left to live together once the latter’s baccalaureate in hand and his independence acquired, while Antoine (Enola Righi), Théo’s little brother, decided to go to Paris to study and complete his transition.
Since then, more news from Coralie, who did not reappear at the start of the last school year to welcome the new students to Scotto high school. Will we know more about what has happened to the couple for two years? As for Clément, will he return to the Mistral on this occasion in order to try to recreate a bond with his son?
For his part, Jules Fabre did not have the opportunity to be bored far from the Mistral, since he has devoted himself a lot to the theater over the past two years. He was notably featured in the historical and musical show Come on Children at the Théâtre de la Pépinière in Paris, allowing him to put his qualities as a singer and guitarist to work.