Born on 31 May 1953, François Rollin is a graduate of the ESSEC. He began his professional career as a journalist for “Le Monde”. He is then a chronicler for “Vu de gauche” and “Fluide Glacial”. He became famous when he played in “Palace”, a Jean-Michel Ribes’s humorous televised series aired on Canal + in 1988. He played the role of Professor Rollin. Always on Canal +, he participates in the scenarios of the satirical program “Les guignols de l’info”. There are also humorous shows on Radio France and on Europe 2. On stage, he plays his shows, plays in major plays or staged them. In the cinema, he plays in more than twenty films. He is also the author of the texts of the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games in Albertville.
: OSS 117 voit rouge, by Jean Bruce.
: Dial M for Murder, directed by Alfred Hitchcock.
: Agatha Christie.