“Dance with the stars”: who is Gérémy Crédeville, the ex-rugby player who gave up everything to become a comedian?

He is one of the rising comedians. Gérémy Credeville will embark on the adventure “Dance with the stars” on September 17th on TF1. Former athlete, competition does not scare him, even if his level of dance is “really rubbish”. “I am Madison level -2, I hope to be the quiche in training and the man of the match on the floor”, laughs the tall blond who intends to play the humor card. “There is an endearing side to being a sucker and wanting to progress”, he says.

Born on February 3, 1987 in Lille, Gérémy Crédeville was destined for a career in sport. Semi-professional rugby player at Lille Metropole rugby, he had undertaken studies to become a sports coach. But her life was turned upside down in 2010 when one of her friends entered her in a comedy contest after hearing her give a wedding speech that had amused all the audience.

He then won the Springboard for young humorous talents at the Festival d’Ailleurs et d’Ailleurs, and performed in theaters while taking acting lessons. He participates in many shows such as “We only ask to laugh” on France 2 or the “Jamel Comedy Club” on Canal +. Spotted by Arthur, he is regularly invited to his shows on TF1, “Friday everything is allowed” and “No that between us!”.

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Columnist on France Inter, he also played in With family, M6’s sketch series where he played Roxane’s new companion (Charlie Bruneau). He is also the one knocked out by Mike Tyson in the Boursorama ad. As for the heart, he has been in a relationship for 10 years and father of two little girls.

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