Sagamore Stevenin

Birthplace: Paris

Biography

Sagamore Stévenin is a French actor, sometimes also listed Thomas Stévenin in film credits. Sagamore's father is the actor Jean-François Stévenin. Also in the acting profession are his brother Louis-Robinson Stévenin and his sister Salomé Stévenin. He began his career in the early 1980s as a child actor. From then until 2006, he has been in around 25 French films and TV movies, becoming internationally known in 1999 as the main male role in the film Romance directed by Catherine Breillat. This film ignited controversy due to its sexual themes and sparked public discussion about the difference between erotic art and pornography.
His first English-speaking role was as Étienne Balsan in the 2008 television film Coco Chanel starring Shirley MacLaine.
From February to May 2006, Sagamore acted in Paris in a French stage rendition of A Clockwork Orange.