FRANCK DUBOSC. In the TV movie “The Last Part”, Franck Dubosc stages the death of his father, suffering from Charcot’s disease who decided to be euthanized in 2002.
[Mis à jour le 8 novembre 2021 à 20h45] Franck Dubosc waited nearly twenty years to stage the end of his father’s life. In 2002, the latter, suffering from Charcot’s disease, resorted to euthanasia. In “The last part”, broadcast on TF1 this Monday, November 8, 2021, the comedian turned actor has finally staged the true story of his father Lucien Dubosc. “This desire to talk about my father has followed me for a long time,” said the actor of Camping to 20 minutes. “I had to be ready. And the audience also had to be ready for me to bring something that wasn’t just fun. Maybe it was the right time.”
Real moments of life between Franck Dubosc and his father were broadcast on the screen in “The Last Part”, presented in the form of a fiction. Screenwriter Jean-André Yerles was entrusted with the heavy task of romanticizing the actor’s story on his complex relationship he had with his father and the latter’s end of life. With some alterations of reality: “It’s the story of someone who did not say I love you to his father and of the father who did not say I love you either, summarizes Franck Dubosc at the RTL microphone. And they don’t have much time left to do it. And I lived it: I never said I love you to my father. In the film, I tell him, but in real life, I didn’t tell him, I made him understand, but in reality, I didn’t tell him “.
Franck Dubosc moved to tears when he remembered his father
In the program Seven to eight broadcast on November 7, 2021, Franck Dubosc was moved to tears by evoking the death of his father: “He saw that I had done the Olympia. He did not come, he could not not move […] I think for him it was consecration. He was ill, he could have come but he was ashamed of himself “, he remembers with great emotion in his voice. If he could not move, Lucien Dubosc gave a” drawing “to his son, which he always keeps preciously with him. “It’s a drawing of me on the Olympia stage (…) but it’s drawn like a child because he could no longer use his hands. There is a word that says he is fighting this terrible disease, it is difficult. Who says it is he who will win. It’s hard to read this letter “. Their relationship was made up and down, explained Franck Dubosc this Sunday in Seven to eight, regretting that he” did not tell him ‘I love you’. I said it with my eyes, we took each other’s hands. Does it replace years of arguments, years of incomprehension? I do not know. […] We weren’t touching each other, so holding hands, it was a way of saying ‘I forgive you, we are still from the same family.’ “
Franck Dubosc is a French comedian and actor, best known for his roles in popular comedies. It is his character of flirtatious mythomaniac and show-off that makes him known to the general public, first on stage and on television, then in some of his roles. After his one-man shows, he made a film career in Camping comedies in 2006. In 2018, he directed his first film, Tout le monde devant.
Franck Dubosc was born in Normandy e. November 7, 1963. Since childhood, he adores Belmondo and John Wayne, and dreams of becoming an actor. He goes to the end of his desires, and enters the Conservatory of Roue after obtaining his baccalaureate (and three months of English studies) where he meets Valérie Lemercier and Karine Viard.
Franck Dubosc began his career in 1979, playing the pilot of the Bogdanoff brothers in the program Temps X. In 1985, after having been the assistant of the magician Hugues Protat and having worked in the figuration, he left for Great Britain where he gets a role of French lover in the very successful British series “Coronation Street”.
After the English parenthesis, Franck Dubosc then returned to France to devote himself more to stand up. He met Elie Semoun in 1992, during the preparation of Arthur’s first show (L’emission impossible). From 1994, they co-wrote and performed in a duo “The classifieds” from 1994. It was a real public success which definitely launched the careers of the two comedians. Franck Dubosc and Elie Semoun reformed their duo in January 2020 in the program Friday everything is allowed, but also the time of a sketch published on social networks on …