Maxime Van Laer has chosen to return to the front of the stage in the middle of a very gloomy period for the French. Indeed, in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, he felt the need to make people laugh. “Getting a smile or a laugh from a disaster is a bit the pillar of a comedian“, he confided in the columns ofParis here. In this new show, he tackles a subject that is sometimes taboo in France: cosmetic surgery. Indeed, Maxime Van Laer decided to assume to have had recourse to it. “I didn’t like my smile and got my teeth done four years ago. A woman once told me: ‘Your smile is a gift from God’, I replied: ‘No madam, it’s a Cetelem loan’. I don’t see why men should go without cosmetic surgery“, he explained without filter.
While his new show is called I should not have, Maxime Van Laer has a great regret, that of having refused in a film. This is him that of Jean-Marie Poirié, in 2002, My wife’s name is Maurice. Although the film did not move the crowds to the theaters, he was offered the lead role. “I got sick from it, really. “I had the feeling that I had taken the wrong path. since then, I haven’t had a single proposal at the cinema. Unfortunately, not making this film closed the doors to the 7th art“, he again declared annoyed.
Maxime Van Laer on the boards with a brand new smile
A regret that he tries to compensate with humor and his sketches that he will resume on the boards of the Théâtre de Trévisse Paris. The spectators will have the pleasure to find him with as a bonus: his brand new smile. There is no doubt that in addition to making people laugh who will come to see him, he will also have a smile on his face with his new teeth.
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