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Plus belle la vie: Is the iconic character coming back soon?  A statement that will make fans happy

Plus belle la vie: Is the iconic character coming back soon? A statement that will make fans happy

Since last January, fans will discover a new version of Plus belle la vie every afternoon on TF1. If this new version offers the channel great success with the audience, the viewers have not forgotten the most emblematic characters of the original series.

Fortunately, the return of Thomas (Laurent Kerussore), Blanche (Cecilia Hornus), Killian (Tim Russo) or even Boehre (Stephane Hannon) and Patrick (Jérôme Bertin) have been able to excite everyday fans. Especially since some of the old ones also return to intrigue, as was the case with Betty Solano (Horia Benabetti) recently.

But then, will another actor reappear in the series? One of them is not closing the door and that is Avi Marciano, who is currently casting in Here It All Begins! When asked by our colleagues at Télé Star about a possible return to Plus belle la vie, even plus belle, he answered honestly:

“never say never”

“You will never say that my character in Plus belle la vie still exists.“He who played the character of Sacha between 2010 and 2021 is therefore not at all against a possible return.

Last June, the actor, who rose to fame thanks to his role as Samuel in Sous le Soleil, already expressed this desire in an interview with Télé-Loisirs: “I have so much love for this character. I’ve put so much of my creativity into it over the years.”

“he’s not dead”

He clarified:Being of a nostalgic temperament, I wouldn’t mind finding it again one day though. Besides, he’s not dead, so why not? But this is not relevant at all. It all depends on what is written. But to return to a character I’ve loved playing for so many years? The desire is there, yes!” it’s clear!

Source: Allocine

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