PORTRAIT – The actor plays roles in cinema and theater with pion. He plays a psychiatrist in Borderline at the Théâtre de Py and is preparing a TV series.
“It feels good to see a psychologist who is losing his temper!», says a septuagenarian who is waiting Daniel Russo at the exit of the Théâtre de Py. The actor plays in Borderline, comedy by Flavia Coste. He brilliantly plays a psychiatrist who does not believe in the cure of his patient (Philippe Lelièvre), who ures that he no longer needs him. Daniel Russo is happy to touch people. It was the author who thought of him. “I read his play and I wanted to do everything, act and direct, he laughs. My character is a guy who doesn’t give up, he puts his private life after his patients, he feels guilty because one of his patients committed suicide.
Philippe Lelièvre said yes straight away, he had noticed Daniel Russo on television in Pierre Bérégovoy’s costume and in To be or not, a piece by Jean-Claude Grumberg that his partner hopes to reprise one day with Pierre Arditi. “We knew each other without knowing each other, we are a bit from the same family, he observes. Daniel…