The series Les Invisibles starts on September 8 on France 2. One of its main actors, Guillaume Cramoisin, discusses the reasons which made him make a radical decision for his family.
Change of scenery. The very first episode of the series will be broadcast tonight on France 2, at 9:10 p.m. The Invisibles. Directed by Axelle Laffont and Chris Briant, this first episode entitled “Milan“will present the characters of this new detective series. And among the cast, we can notably find the actor Guillaume Cramoisan who recently returned to a decision that changed his life. During an interview with The Parisian, Guillaume Cramoisan explained that in 2015, he decided to leave Paris behind him and all the advantages that the capital can bring him for his work in order to favor a better living environment for his family, and in particular for his two children.
Direction Ardèche for the small family, a decision that Guillaume Cramoisan does not seem to regret. “The eldest was having academic difficulties and a school had to be found that understood him. The Ardèche is a region of hallucinatory beauty where the people are very nice. The mentality is simpler there“. But it is not only for his family that things have changed since the actor was also able to take the opportunity to reconnect with one of his passions, theater. “I had been itching for a while and we put on a new musical show: Le P’tit Monde by Renaud, which we performed in Avignon last summer.“.
From the stage to the small screen
After having taken advantage of his love for the theater, Guillaume Cramoisan is however ready to show himself on television since he has been present in a lot of productions in recent years. This September 8, it is in the series Les Invisibles, broadcast on France 2, that fans will be able to find him. Guillaume Cramoisan will play the role of Commander Darius who will be called upon to investigate the death of a man whom the police cannot identify. The man in question is an “invisible”, not listed in the files of the police force and having no identity paper on him. Alongside Nathalie Cerda (Marijo), Déborah Krey (Duchess) and Quentin Faure (Ben), Guillaume Cramoisan will do his best to put a name on the swollen face of the victim.