Birth Name: Sebastian Roche
Birth Place: Paris, , FR
Born in Paris during the summer of '64, Roché had an unconventional upbringing. His family spent much of the '70s traveling via sailboat, visiting South America, Africa and the Caribbean before finally returning to France. He enrolled in drama classes at the famed Conversatoire and worked steadily in French TV, beginning with the mini-series "Bonjour maitre," before graduating from the school in 1989. After being introduced to American audiences with a minor role in the horror anthology series "The Hitchhiker" (HBO, 1983-87; USA Network 1989-1991), Roché landed a supporting role in the critically-acclaimed "The Last of the Mohicans" (1992) and co-wrote the 1995 indie festival hit "Loungers...
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