Since he was 17 years old, Jules Dousset has toured England, Spain, Italy and Tunisia.
Jules followed musical training at the school Cococomin Barcelona, Paris and ACP actor studio (K. Massee, B.Esposito), he also explored comedia dell'arte with the Owl company and was formed in voice dubbing with Lauren Lasseur.
He followed Sevillana dance workshops and practice more regularly tap, modern jazz and hip hop. As he was the Loire Atlantic Regional Champion Karate as a teenager, he also started boxing, kickboxing and then tried his hand at scenic fencing.
In 2012 he played at the Theatre Le Gymnase in "La rue des Fables", 2013 in "Midsummer night's dream" as Demetrius and in 2014-15 he was Zeze in "Mistinguett" at the Casino de Paris.
On television we can see him in "Nos Chers Voisins", "Josephine Ange Gardien" ,"Falco" and in documentaries such as "The fate of Rome", "In the name of Athens" where he played roles speaking Latin and Ancient Greek.
He also holds the role of Frank in the feature of Paul Lê and Julien Pichard "The Dreamlife of David L", wich won awards in several film festivals in the United States.
A presenter of stand up nights and concerts, he also embodies "Coach Manuel" on an Arte web series in a psychological program.
Since 2010 he wrote and directed several short films, which are now shown and won awards in several festivals.
Name: Jules Dousset
Lives in: Paris, France
Occupation: Actor, Dancer and Filmmaker