Maxence Danet-Fauvel is a French actor and model, widely recognized for his role as Eliott Demaury in the French television series “Skam France.”
Maxence Danet-Fauvel’s acting career, while highlighted by his role in “Skam France,” also includes noteworthy performances in other productions. He appeared in “Éternité” (2016), a film directed by Tran Anh Hung, where he played the role of a soldier, showcasing his ability to adapt to diverse characters. On television, he was part of the cast in “Grand Hôtel,” a drama series where he further displayed his acting skills. In the realm of modeling, Danet-Fauvel has worked with esteemed fashion brands such as Balmain and Zadig & Voltaire, participating in high-profile campaigns that demonstrate his multifaceted talent in both acting and modeling.
In Maxence Danet-Fauvel’s career, his role in “Skam France” stands out, marked by significant collaborations with key figures. Working closely with Axel Auriant, who plays Lucas, and Philippine Stindel, portraying Manon, Danet-Fauvel’s on-screen chemistry and interactions were central to the show’s narrative depth. Under the direction of David Hourrègue, his portrayal of Eliott was brought to life with nuance and authenticity. His engagement with other cast members, including Lula Cotton-Frapier as Daphné and Marilyn Lima as Manon, enriched the dynamics of the series. Additionally, his collaboration with Flavie Delangle, who played the role of Lola, and Robin Migné, portraying Arthur, contributing significantly to the show’s success.