After Aurélie Konaté, Anthony Dupray and Adriana Karembeu, “Plus belle la vie” could soon welcome Paralympic swimmer Théo Curin.
More beautiful life does not stop calling on renowned guests to swell the ranks of the inhabitants of the Mistral. After Aurélie Konaté, ex-candidate of Star Academy, who plays Carmen, Fanny’s mother, and Anthony Dupray, star of First Kisses, who will join the daily for the end of the summer saga, France 3 had announced a few weeks ago the arrival at the start of the school year of the top model and host Adriana Karembeu.
And we must believe that the channel has decided to continue its momentum since it would be, according to information from our colleagues from the Obs, currently in discussion with the Paralympic swimmer Theo Curin so that he joins the cast.
Amputated of 4 limbs following a meningitis contracted at the age of 6 years, the young man overcomes his handicap with the practice of swimming. Swimmer in the French disabled sports team, he won the bronze medal in the 200 meters freestyle at the 2019 world championships.
The face of Théo Curin is not unknown to viewers of France Télévisions since he had a column in the Health Magazine and played in the short series Vestiaire. It is therefore not the first time that the swimmer has tried his hand at comedy.
Theo will also be showing on Handi Gang, a TF1 TV movie inspired by Cara Zina’s novel, which will be filming from Monday, August 16. There he will camp Sam, a high school student in a wheelchair, living with his mother, Djenna, who has always raised him alone and devotes her life to her.
The arrival of Vincent, a new student, will change everything. He will become aware of all the injustices that surround him and his group of friends (his friend Nina, “aspi” (autistic sprinkle), Tom, hearing impaired or Leander, blind).
Together, they will create a gang to denounce the lack of accessibility and consideration they suffer on a daily basis. Far from feeling victimized, they want to raise awareness by hitting hard.
For the occasion, he will give the reply to Alessandra Sublet, Lola Dewaere, Esther Valding, Arthur Legrand and Bruno Wolkowitch.