Maxence Perrin (born 1 April 1995) is a French actor notable for his roles in the films Les Choristes (English title The Chorus), Petit homme, and For intérieur.

He is the son of Jacques Perrin, an actor, and film producer, who produced Costa-Gavras’ films État de Siège (State of Siege) and Section spéciale (Special Section) in 1973 and 1975, respectively.

Maxence Perrin
Maxence Perrin (born April 1, 1995) is a French actor, notable for his roles in the films Les Choristes (English title: The Chorus).

Both featured political themes, and Perrin proceeded on this route as a producer with a documentary about the Algerian rebellion (La guerre d’Algérie) and a film about Salvador Allende’s administration in Chile (La Spirale).

Perrin produced Benoît Lamy’s debut film, Home Sweet Home, in 1973, in which he co-starred with Claude Jade as his love interest. The film won 14 international prizes.

In 1976, he produced another Oscar-winning picture, Jean-Jacques Annaud’s La Victoire en chantant (Black and White in Color).

A year later, he co-starred with Trintignant in Le Désert des Tartares as a producer and actor, with Max von Sydow, Vittorio Gassman, and Philippe Noiret. The film was awarded the Grand Prix du Cinéma Français (French Film Academy Award).

Perrin subsequently turned his attention to wildlife documentaries. In 1995, he produced Microcosmos, and in 2001, he produced and co-directed Le Peuple Migrateur (Winged Migration), Océans, and Seasons.


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