The French exchange student from The Inbetweeners has undergone a huge transformation

Richard Bevan
Richard Bevan
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French actor Vladimir Consigny, who gained recognition for his one-episode cameo on the popular Channel 4 comedy The Inbetweeners has recently undergone a remarkable transformation, leaving fans astounded.

In 2009, Vladimir Consigny made a memorable impression as Patrice, the French exchange student, making a one-off appearance.

The episode revolved around Will’s (Simon Bird) efforts to organise a sophisticated dinner party for his friends, only to have his plans disrupted by another party happening at the same time. Reluctantly, Will finds himself taking care of Patrice, and to his surprise, Patrice steals the spotlight, gaining popularity among Will’s friends and even capturing the interest of Will’s crush, Charlotte Hinchcliffe.

Fast forward 14 years, and a snapshot shared on his Instagram page showcases his revamped appearance, featuring short, choppy brunette locks and a thick beard.

Fans were taken aback by the actor’s new look, as it deviates significantly from his clean-cut image on the sitcom.

Beyond his role on The Inbetweeners, Consigny’s acting career has flourished with a variety of projects.

He notably appeared in “At Eternity’s Gate,” a critically acclaimed film in which he shared the screen with acclaimed actor Willem Dafoe. This international exposure showcased Consigny’s talent and versatility as an actor, leading to further recognition and opportunities.

Consigny has also made his mark on the French film and television scene, starring in notable productions such as Sleeping Beauty, Genius, Marseille, and The Returned.

His ability to bring depth and authenticity to diverse characters has solidified his position as a respected actor within the industry.

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