He dubs Tom Cruise's voice for French audiences, but Israeli-French actor/director Yvan Attal is a sex symbol unto himself. He was born in Tel Aviv to French-Algerian Jewish parents, but Yvan grew up in the outskirts of Paris, where he fell in love with le cinema. He received a Cesar Award for Most Promising Actor for his film debut in Love Without Pity (1989), and his directorial debut My Wife is an Actress (2001), starring his longtime partner Charlotte Gainsbourg, was similarly praised. Since then Yvan has directed segments for the international anthology film New York, I Love You (2009) and the Humpday remake Do Not Disturb (2012), where he persuaded himself to take his own clothes off for his nude debut. And we don't mind that Attal.