Bruno Fleury


Bruno Fleuri plays in Fishbowl

© Lisa Lesourd

Bruno Fleury trained at the École du Théâtre National in Strasbourg from 1987 to 1990, under the direction of Jacques Lasalle. Here, he worked with (to name but some) Alain Knapp, Philippe Sireuil, Jean-Claude Perrin, Daniel Girard, Dominique Boissel, Charles Joris, Jean-Gabriel Nordman, Alain Ollivier, André Steiger, and Christian Rist.

In theatre, he has appeared in around forty different productions for different directors, including Jean Lacornerie (Roubaud, Michaux), Alain Knapp (Brecht), Jacques Lassalle (Corneille), Ivan Morane (Fassbinder), Pierre Ascaride (Valletti), Frédéric Constant and Michel Fau, Laurent Serrano, Hans-Peter Cloos, Christian Caro, Jean-Christophe Barbaud, Daniel Pâris (Jonson, Shakespeare), and Guy Freixe (Hanokh Levin).

Since 1995 he has regularly worked with Gloria Paris, in particular at the Théâtre de l’Athénée, Théâtre du Nord Lille, TEP, Théâtre de la Croix-Rousse and in Reims he has directed shows / performances on the works of Barthes, Michaux, Marinetti, Joyce, Jarry, Gogol, and living-room theatre performances. For television, he has appeared in series three of Un village Français, Spiral, 10%, and Virage Nord, a mini-series produced by the Franco-German channel Arte produced by Virginie Sauveur. For the cinema, some of his film credits include Free Men by Ismaël Ferroukhi, The Family by Luc Besson, and Numéro Une by Tonie Marshall.

He teaches a vocational course (Parcours Pro) at Enfants de la Comédie.

Bruno Fleury is Performer in Fishbowl.