Simon De La Brosse Suicide, Death – On October 9, 1965, Simon de La Brosse was born in Suresnes, which is located in the Hauts-de-Seine department of France. He was an actor who appeared in films such as “Betty Blue” (1986), “Pauline at the Beach” (1983), and “Les Arcandiers” (1991). He passed away on April 17, 1998 in Suresnes, which is located in the Hauts-de-Seine region of France.
After finishing his education at the Collège, Simon de La Brosse went on to work as a server at a café in the Montmartre neighborhood of Paris, where he had spent his childhood. It was here in 1982 that Dominique Besnehard made the discovery of him as a potential acting talent, and he was then moved to Éric Rohmer. In the movie Pauline at the beach, directed by Rohmer, he plays the role of a young actor named Sylvain. In the years that followed, de La Brosse was cast in a variety of parts within television and film productions in both France and the United States.
Beginning in 1984, he attended classes at the Conservatoire national supérieur d’art dramatique, which he ultimately graduated from with a degree in acting in 1987. The 1990s saw a marked reduction in his role in the organization. Simon de La Brosse took his own life at the age of 32, which is how he ultimately died. A few weeks after his passing, the French television network Erstausgestrahlt broadcast the television serial Louise et les marchés, which was the final production in which he participated.