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Michel Bircamp

Michel Bircamp (28 March 1950) is a Brunanter television and film actor. A rather selective actor, Bircamp is best known for his dramatic roles in films such as The Crimson Blouse (1980) and The Network (1997). He is the eldest son of the famous actor Anatole Bircamp.

CareerEdit

Bircamp was born to actor Anatole Bircamp and his first wife, model Roxanne Harris. His parents separated a few months after his birth and thus Bircamp lived with his mother in Rosetown. Bircamp was accepted at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in Koningstad, which attended for three years.

Personal lifeEdit

FilmographyEdit

FilmsEdit

Year(s) Title Role Notes
1976 Look to the East Alexander
1980 The Crimson Blouse Sergeant's friend
1985 Trampled Flowers Mr. Ferguson
1991 Aquarelle Walter Keenan
1994 Nothing More Chris Harden
1997 The Network Johan Vaderkamp Won - Barker Award for Best Supporting Performer
2005 When the Clock Strikes Ten Mr. Pfeiffer
2009 Peppermint Narrator Voice only
2013 Midsummer Night's Dream Nominated - Barker Award for Best Supporting Performer

TVEdit

Year(s) Title Role Channel Notes
1999 Resistance SS Colonel Dietrich BBN Bircamp appeared in all five episodes before the season was scrapped mid-way
2007 Small Town Crooks Mickey Dolan BBN Two episodes
2011-present The Hard Years Jedediah Bogart BBN