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Benoît Poelvoorde was born 22 September 1964 in Namur, Belgium. He is a Belgian actor.
His first movie was the 1988 short student film Pas de C4 pour Daniel Daniel - which he co-directed and co-wrote. It was a stylized trailer for a mock-spy film. It was followed by C'est arrivé près de chez vous (Man Bites Dog internationally) originally a low-budget school graduation project in 1992 which went on to become a critically acclaimed cult movie.
He subsequently starred in several movies which made him famous in France and Belgium, and was selected to be member of the Cannes Film Festival Jury in 2004, on request of Quentin Tarantino, a big fan of Man Bites Dog.
In 2005 he came in 7th place in the Walloon version of the Greatest Belgian. In the Flemish version he came in number 300 outside the official list of nominations.
Benoît Poelvoorde presented his film "Les Deux mondes" in 2007, in 2009: Coco avant Chanel by Anne Fontaine, in 2010: Mammuth, in 2010: Dumas, and voice acting in 2009 : A Town Called Panic.