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Lothaire Bluteau (born April 14, 1957; age 59) played bio-terrorist Marcus Alvers during Season 3 of 24.

Biography and career Edit

Lothaire Bluteau was born in Montréal, Canada. He began his career in 1983 when he appeared in the Canadian film Rien qu'un jeu. After that, he has appeared in films like Black Robe (with Sandrine Holt), The Touch, The Confessional, Inconceivable (with Colm Feore), Dead Heat (with Kiefer Sutherland and Denis Arndt), and Gravy (with Jimmi Simpson).

Aside of films, Bluteau has also appeared in numerous TV shows. He has guest-starred in shows like Miami Vice, Oz (with Kirk Acevedo), Missing (with Joaquim de Almeida), and The Unit (with Dennis Haysbert, Max Martini, and Gina Torres). In 2010, he had a recurring role in The Tudors as Ambassador Charles de Marillac.

Bluteau has also appeared in several instances of the Law & Order series. In 1999, he appeared in an episode of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. Two years later, he appeared in Law & Order: Criminal Intent. He appeared again in SVU in different roles in 2003 and 2014. In 2006, he also appeared in Law & Order: Trial by Jury (with Kirk Acevedo).

In 2015, Bluteau had a recurring role on History Channel's Vikings as King Charles, of France.

24 creditsEdit

Selected filmography Edit

  • Gravy (2014)
  • Don't Look Up (2009)
  • Dead Heat (2002)
  • Shot Through the Heart (1998)
  • Bent (1997)
  • Black Robe (1991)

Television appearances

  • Vikings (2015)
  • Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (1999, 2003, 2014)
  • NCIS: Los Angeles (2012)
  • The Tudors (2010)
  • The Unit (2009)
  • Law & Order: Trial by Jury (2006)
  • Third Watch (2004)
  • Oz (2000)
  • Law & Order: Criminal Intent (2001)

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