He primarily earns money through her engagements as an actor.
While still in school, he began to appear on screen. In 1997, he made his acting debut as Olivier Rousseau in "Mission protection rapprochee." Before obtaining the role of Loic in 2002's "Summer Things," Ulliel appeared in "Bonnes vacances," "Alias," "Julien l'apprenti," "Brotherhood of the Wolf," and "L'oiseau rare."
Ulliel won the Lumiere Award for Most Promising Young Actor and was nominated for the Cesar Award for Most Promising Actor for the role.
In 2003, he starred as Jean Delmas in "Strayed," garnering him a second Cesar Award nomination for Most Promising Actor and an Etoiles d'Or Award for Best Male Newcomer.
Ulliel received Most Promising Actor at the 2005 Cesar Awards for his role as Manech Langonnet in "A Very Long Engagement" from 2004. "Paris, je t'aime," "Hannibal Rising," "The Sea Well," "Ultimatum," "The Vinter's Luck," "The Princess of Montpensier," "The Art of Love," and "Saint Laurent" are among his recent credits.
Gaspard died tragically on January 19, 2022, after being badly injured the day before in a ski accident in Savoie, France. He was 37 years old at the time.
Gaspard Ulliel's net worth was $8 million at time of his death.
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Children: Gaspard Ulliel has a son named Orso.
Gaspard Ulliel’s father is Serge Ulliel.
Gaspard Ulliel’s mother is Christine Ulliel.
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Gaspard Ulliel when he was little.
Gaspard Ulliel speaks English and French