European hottie Louis Garrel is the son of director Philippe Garrel and actress Brigitte Sy, the grandson of actor Maurice Garrel, the nephew of producer Thierry Garrel, and the godson of Jean-Pierre Léaud. And he has worked as an actor, a writer, a director, a cinematographer, and even a performer on a soundtrack. So I guess you could say that acting runs in this Parisian bohunk’s genes like an inherited disorder. Well, I guess we’d have to take a DNA test to find out. And that’s one task we’d gladly volunteer to do!
Louis’s first film role came before he even had stubble on his chin. He was 6 years old when he first appeared onscreen in the French drama Le baisers de secours (1989) Louis then waited until he had grown some pubes before appearing as a suicidal actor in the 2001 drama Ceci est mon corps, which means “This Is My Body.” Nice title. Now put your body on this body and then we can really make a movie!
In 2002, however, Louis set the screen on fire playing Eva Green's twin brother in Bernardo Bertolucci’s erotic and political drama The Dreamers, which got him international repute and even earned him a spot in Elle (France) Magazine's "15 Sexiest Men" poll. The Dreamers? More like The Creamers!
In 2015 he donned the role of a lifetime as Solal as My King (2015) in which he shows off his uncut cock in several ways. We see him lean back and relax, totally soft, and see him get slightly chubbed up as he rubs his own dick. We get to enjoy his balls and taint when he lays back with his legs spread open. Yas king!
And who could forget Garrel's Manatomy Award-winning full frontal in Godard Mon Amour? We again see his perfect French baguette as he casually stands nude in a doorway. What's not to Amour?