Friday, February 10, 2017
Franck de Lapersonne
Franck de Lapersonne (1963) is a French comedian, actor and theatre director.
A genealogy enthusiast, he researched his ancestry back to the early 14th century, a very “French” ancestry with connections to nobility.
This month, de Lapersonne declared his support for the right wing Front National, among other rubbish stating that “Victor Hugo has not learned Arabic, and it makes me happy to know it”.
If it wasn’t so sad, it would be funny to look at him in his role as Monsieur Valle (in the controversial film Survivre avec les loups – Survival with wolves), playing a member of the fascist French Milice.