Jean-Claude Drouot is a Belgian actor whose career spans some 55 years, including roles in dozens of films and tv series.
After a training at the Free University of Brussels, Jean-Claude Drouot moved to Paris and entered the course of Charles Dullin in 1959. Four years later he became a star of the small screen thanks to the Thierry la Fronde series, in which he plays the character of the same name.
In the following years he performed roles mainly in French films such as Le bonheur by Agnès Varda (1965) and Claude Chabrol's La rupture (1970) and larger co-productions such as Mister Freedom (1969) and The Lighthouse at the End of the World (1971).
In the 1980s Jean-Claude Drouot focused on the theatre stage, later gravitating back to the screen. In 2001 he was seen in Alain Guesnier’s film Va, petite! (2002) and recently in the French crime series Capitaine Marleau.