Stanislas Merhar

Stanislas Merhar (born 24 January 1971) is a French actor.[1]

Stanislas Merhar
Born (1971-01-24) 24 January 1971
Paris, France
Years active1997–present
Partner(s)Vanessa Paradis (1997–98)

He was born in Paris in a family of immigrants from Slovenia. He works in cinema, television and theatre.[2][3][4]

In 1998 Merhar won the César Award for Most Promising Actor for his role in the film Dry Cleaning.


1997 : Nettoyage à sec by Anne Fontaine
1998 : The Count of Monte Cristo (TV miniseries, played the role of Albert de Morcerf) by Josée Dayan
1998 : Dry Cleaning by Anne Fontaine
1999 : La Lettre by Manoel de Oliveira
1999 : Furia by Alexandre Aja
2000 : Franck Spadone by Richard Bean
2000 : La Captive by Chantal Akerman
2000 : Les Savates du bon Dieu by Jean-Claude Brisseau
2001 : Nobel by Fabio Carpi
2001 : The Knights of the Quest by Pupi Avati
2002 : Un monde presque paisible by Michel Deville
2002 : Merci Docteur Rey by Andrew Litvack
2003 : Courtes Histoires de train court métrage by François Aunay
2003 : Adolphe by Benoît Jacquot
2003 : L'Enfance de Catherine by Anne Baudry, short film
2005 : Un fil à la patte by Michel Deville
2005 : Code 68 de Jean-Henri Roger
2006 : Comme un chat noir au fond d'un sac by Stéphane Elmadjian
2006 : Müetter de Dominique Lienhard
2006 : L'Héritage by Géla Babluani and Temur Babluani
2011 : En ville by Valérie Mréjen and Bertrand Schefer
2011 : The Art of Love by Emmanuel Mouret
2011 : Almayer's Folly by Chantal Akerman
2012 : Climats by Caroline Huppert
2013 : Left Foot Right Foot by Germinal Roaux
2014 : Rosenn by Yvan Le Moine
2015 : L'Ombre des femmes by Philippe Garrel
2017 : Madame by Amanda Sthers
2018 : The Black Book

See also

  • List of people whose parent committed suicide


  1. Schaefer, Stephen (24 September 2004). "Movie Review; `Merci Docteur Rey' isn't prescription for laughs". Boston Herald. p. E 25. Retrieved 22 January 2011.
  2. "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-08-17. Retrieved 2012-01-08.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  3. "STANISLAS MERHAR – BIOGRAPHIE" (in French). Retrieved 2017-04-09.
  4. "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2009-05-24. Retrieved 2012-01-08.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
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