Standup and singer Patrick Sébastien parlayed his unusual skills as an impressionist and physical comedian to emerge among the most well-known French entertainers of his generation. Blessed Patrick Boutot on November 14, 1953, in Corrèze, he was still in his teenagers when he fathered his initial kid, Sébastien, whose name he afterwards assumed as his professional surname. Upon relocating to Paris in 1970, he released his profession in regional nightclubs and cabarets, ultimately landing function under television maker Man Lux. With Lux in the helm, Sébastien continued to sponsor his own well-known television special offers including Carnaval and Sébastien C’Est Fou, and spent the years to check out as an organization of French humor, headlining several live performances, trimming some LPs and producing countless tv appearance. Sébastien increased to sustained popularity in 1992 as celebrity of the tv screen display Le Grand Bluff, which drew in viewers greater than 17.5 million; 2 yrs later on, he resurfaced in another rankings bonanza, Etonnant et Drôle, and in addition released the bestseller Au Bonheur des Dames. While starring in the top-rated Le Plus Grand Cabaret du Monde, which started airing in 1998, Sébastien also published, aimed, and starred in the 2000 feature film T’Aime, une Très Belle Histoire d’Amour. The next year he released Carnet de Records, a assortment of aphorisms, and in 2005 finished the memoir Vitriol Menthe. Putain d’Audience strike bookstores a yr later.