Of French and American nationality and of Spanish origins, Alexandre Guansé first trained in music and then joined Jean-Laurent Cochet Drama Course in Paris.
Passionate about Shakespeare, he has also studied with Patsy Rodenburg in New York and joined the International Actors’ Fellowship at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre in London.
He started his career on stage playing regularly French repertory plays, such as The Learned Ladies and Scapin’s Deceits by Molière, The Bald Soprano by Ionesco, L'Ingénu adapted from Voltaire,The Follies of Marianne by Alfred de Musset , The Fables of La Fontaine, and La Parisienne by Henry Becque.
Selected as Talent Cannes Adami, he was first seen on screen in My Way by Florent-Emilio Siri and in Coco Chanel & Igor Stravinsky by Jan Kouen, and then as leading role of La Consolation by Cyril Mennegun. He recently played in a Korean film by Kim Hee Jung named A French Woman.
He's currently living in Berlin and Paris, two very different cities very dear to his heart.
A French Woman
by Kim Hee Jung
by Cyril Mennegun
by Florian Emilio Siri
Coco Chanel et Igor Stravinsky
by Jan Kounen
Jeanne Poisson, Marquise de Pompadour
by Jonathan Palumbo
by Rafael Torres Calderon
by Samuel Hefti
by Christophe Lioud
(Adami Talents Cannes)
Ogres (Yann Verburg)
Théâtre Ouvert (Paris)
La Parisienne (Henry Becque)
Théâtre Montparnasse (Paris)
Les Femmes Savantes (Molière)
Petit Théâtre de Paris et Théâtre 14 (Paris)
Petit Montparnasse et Lucernaire (Paris)
Les Caprices de Marianne (Musset)
Théâtre des Cinq Diamants (Paris)
La Cantatrice Chauve (Ionesco)
Théâtre des Blancs Manteaux (Paris)
Théâtre Clavel (Paris)
Théâtre des Déchargeurs (Paris)
Poétique La Fontaine,
Atrium Magne (Paris)
Dual French and American nationality
- French / English : Fluent
- German/Spanisch : Good
- Russian/ Italian : Basic