Seattle, Washington, USA
Henri Lubatti's Main TV Roles
Main Movie Roles2005 - My Big Fat Independent Movie
1997 - Prefontaine
Guest TV Roles
Henri-Michel de Momourant
With a strong start in the theatre community of Seattle, Henri Lubatti found his way to Los Angeles via Vancouver, Canada where his first television appearances were on X-Files and other Canadian based TV series as well as the Rob Lowe mini-series, Atomic Train. His move to L.A. in 1999 presented him with the opportunity to play a recurring role as a love interest for Keri Russell in Felicity, followed by a long string of guest star appearances on shows such as E R, The Practice, Dark Angel, Strong Medicine, Providence, Enterprise, CSI, Medical Investigation and a recurring role on the highly successful series, 24.
While Lubatti is best known for his dramatic roles and a special knack for accents,playing Russians, Frenchmen, Italians and Eastern European roles, he also has strong comedic skills which were seen in a guest appearance as a French chef on Spin City and the bellman in the highly acclaimed two-person stage production of The Comic with Larry Miller.
In addition to The Comic, Lubatti continues to make time for other stage productions at the Globe in San Diego and South Coast Rep because of his passion for live theatre. His most recent performance was in the U.S. premiere of The Talking Cure which garnered him considerable praise. "Lubatti is such an appealing actor that he charges the play with warmth and energy" notes Variety.com in a review of The Talking Cure at the Mark Taper Forum.
The University of Washington Drama School grad has a love of the great outdoors and spends his free time hiking, biking and skiing. A dual citizen of both the U.S. and France, he also spends as much time as possible with his family in Seattle and with travels to Europe.
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