Actor Gaspard Ulliel dies in a skiing accident at the age of 37
french actor Gaspard Ulliel He died this Wednesday at the age of 37, after having suffered a ski accident, as announced by his family in a press release sent to the AFP agency by his agent. “Victim of a ski accident, Gaspard Ulliel has died,” indicates this brief press release.
Ulliel, winner of two César awards and known for his performance in ‘Saint Laurent’ or ‘Hannibal, the origin of evil’, had been seriously injured in a ski accident in the Alps and was hospitalized, according to the French press.
Although the causes of Garspard Ulliel’s death have not yet been clarified, the accident at the La Rosière resort in Savoy occurred after the actor collided with another skier, according to local media.
The actor, father of a six-year-old boy with the model Gaëlle Pietri, rose to fame at the age of 19 in the film “Les Égarés”, alongside Emmanuelle Béart, and shortly after with Audrey Tautou in ‘Long Sunday of Dating ‘, by Jean-Pierre Jeunet, which earned him the César Award for Best Newcomer.
He won a César again in 2017, in the category of best actor, for his performance in the film ‘Only the end of the world’, by Canadian Xavier Dolan. Gaspard Ulliel was one of the actors with the longest international career and was soon to premiere the Marvel series ‘Moon Knight’.