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“II fell like a mass. » On the set of What a time! Saturday February 3 night, actor Pierre Arditi returned to his second bout of discomfort, which occurred throughout a efficiency of the play Lapin, on December 8, as famous by BFMTV.

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The 79-year-old actor defined that he “lost consciousness very quickly” firstly of the present, and didn’t have many recollections of the second. “I fell like a mass into Muriel Robin’s arms,” he continued. “At first the audience laughed because they thought it was in the play,” he mentioned.

According to Pierre Arditi, a primary, “very violent” malaise, which had occurred “a very long time ago”, was chargeable for this. “There remained a small hint of something which caused what we politely called “discomfort” […]however I’ve no after-effects,” mentioned the actor.

Putting “the soft pedal”

An incident which allowed him to realize the assist of his public. “I didn't think I was so popular,” he mentioned, joking: “I had to have this discomfort for people to tell me that people like me. »

On September 27, Pierre Arditi, who has a parallel career in theater, television and cinema, had already felt unwell on stage, leading to a brief hospitalization. The artist was then placed on rest and returned to the stage at the beginning of October, before canceling further performances due to fatigue. The play resumed at the beginning of November, the actor being “sufficiently rested”.

But as soon as once more the sufferer of a lack of consciousness firstly of December, the actor mentioned he was “taking it easy”. “I’m going to take off my slippers and start my job again in a reasonable dose,” he concluded. He can be again on stage on February 13 at La Pépinière de Paris.