Gaspard Ulliel Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Gaspard Ulliel Net Worth $8 Million Dollars
Gaspard Ulliel Net Worth: Produced in Boulogne Billancourt, Paris, France, in 1984, Gaspard Ulliel grew up with parents who have been greatly involved with show business. His mom was employed as a producer for runway shows, while his dad was a stylist. Among Ulliel’s hallmark characteristics is a scar across his cheek which he endured when he was bit with a dog after attempting to ride on its back as a child. He studied film in the University of Saint-Denis and began appearing on screen while still in school. He made his debut in 1997’s “Mission protection rapprochee” as Olivier Rousseau in 1997. Ulliel went to appear in “Bonnes vacances”, “Alias”, “Julien l’apprenti”, “Brotherhood of the Wolf”, and “L’oiseau rare” before getting the element of Loic in 2002’s “Summer Things”. Ulliel won Most Promising Young Actor in the 2003 Lumiere Awards for the part and was nominated for Most Promising Performer in the Cesar Awards. In 2003, he seemed as Jean Delmas in “Strayed”, earning a second Cesar Award nod for Most Promising Performer and winning Best Male Rookie honours in the Etoiles d’Or Awards. Ulliel eventually won Most Promising Performer in the 2005 Cesar Awards for the part of Manech Langonnet in 2004’s “A Very Long Engagement”.
November 25, 1984
5 ft 10 in (1.8 m)
University of Saint-Denis
Christine Ulliel, Serge Ulliel
César Award for Most Promising Actor
César Award for Best Actor
Hannibal Rising, It's Only the End of the World, Saint Laurent, A Very Long Engagement, The Princess of Montpensier, Jacquou le Croquant, Strayed, The Dancer, A Heavenly Vintage, Paris, I Love You, Brotherhood of the Wolf, The Last Day, Le Premier Cercle, Summer things, The Art of Love, Un barrage contre le Pacifique, La Troisième Partie du Monde, A Greek Type of Problem, Ultimatum, La Bascule, Alias
Owns a Vespa and a Triumph Bonneville Thruxton motorbike.
Some of the books he likes are Henry Miller's "Sexus" and Robert Frank's "The Lines of my Hand".
Is a fan of Sufjan Stevens and Prince.
In 2007, he appeared on the cover of the January-issue of French Vogue with Dutch supermodel Doutzen Kroes.
Attended the University of Saint-Denis, where he studied cinema.
The current face of Longchamp, a French leather and luxury goods company, along with Kate Moss. 
He enjoys listening to: Reggae, Rap, Soul, Jazz, Rock, Kanye West, Herbie Hancock, The Temptations, Nick Drake, The Stones and Prince.
His favourite directors are: Tarkowski, Truffaut, Godard, Rohmer, Chris Marker, João César Monteiro, Gregg Araki and Michael Cimino.
Voted #12 in Elle (France) Magazine's "15 Sexiest Men" poll (June 2007).
Speaks fluent English.
Was in a relationship with Cécile Cassel from 2005 to 2007, with Charlotte Casiraghi for a few months in 2007 and with Jordane Crantelle from 2009 to 2013.
His scar on his left cheek is the result of a doberman's attack when Gaspard was 6.
Mother is a runway show producer and father is a fashion designer.
I began at twelve years old, but in fact I began really by chance. It was a friend of a friend of my mother's who was opening an agency, and she was looking for young kids. And so I entered the agency, but more by curiosity than real passion. And at first I had some small parts in TV movies - in fact my parents didn't want me to miss school, so I was working just once or twice a year. And I had a really regular progression - and this is really pleasant, I think - because I had small parts in TV movies, then bigger parts in TV movies, and then small parts in films. And I think this allows you to get...experience of the set and to get familiar with [the process]. And as I had a really slow progression, I think it really helped me to stay lucid and not get carried away.