Remember, he played Lucas, Dimitri's (Rayane Bensetti) boyfriend. Victor Meutelet then got one of the main roles in the series Les Innocents, with Odile Vuillemin and Tomer Sisley, and in Le Bazar de la Charité . In parallel with TF1, he made an appearance in Plan Coeur on Netflix alongside Sabrina Ouazani. Yes, he was the intern!
2. A different role from him
Victor Meutelet now plays in Grand Hôtel , the new TF1 series, with Solène Herbert ( Tomorrow belongs to us ), Carole Bouquet or even Maxence Danet-Fauvel (Skam France): he plays Anthony Costa, a waiter of the hotel who tries to find out the truth about her sister's disappearance 4 months earlier. A character quite different from him as he explained in an interview with LCI: ” I'm not as bloody as Anthony, because the guy is tense there! He would have to calm down. It happens to me. to get on my nerves. But not so much and not so quickly! “It's true that Anthony has quite a character.
3. He is not tattooed like his character in Grand Hotel
In Grand Hôtel , the character of Victor Meutelet has a little bad boy side with in particular his tattoos on the arm and in the neck, but know that they are not real: ” They are false. I had an hour of make-up of more than the others when I was shooting scenes topless “, explains the actor still at LCI.
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4. Coming soon to a Netflix series
In addition to Grand Hotel , Victor Meutelet is coming to Netflix this year (October 2, 2020) more precisely in Emily in Paris, Darren Star's new series ( Sex and the City and Younger ) with Lily Collins. A beautiful consecration! For the moment, we just know that he will play the role of an Englishman and that he is not the only French actor in the cast: there is also Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu, Moussa Sylla and Michel Biel, seen in Skam France.
5. He studied economics and management
Even if the career of Victor Meutelet grows more and more, he did not stop the studies so far. In 2019, he was taking a bachelor's degree in economics and management: ” My studies began in Mainvilliers and Chartres until my baccalaureate. Then a college of cinema at the University of Paris Diderot. I liked my studies and in addition I I was free to go filming. (…) I did this until my license in 3 years and in parallel with this cinema license, I had started a license in economics and management which I am currently pursuing. This one, I did it remotely because it was starting to be a bit complicated with the shootings and besides, I'm still in it, because last year I was shooting during the exams “, a he explained to Agoravox last year.