Sébastien Foucan
Mollaka in Casino Royale


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Sébastien Foucan (born 24 May 1974; Paris, France) is a French actor of Guadeloupean descent. He is one of the founders of parkour. He founded the art form along with his friends including David Belle.

Well-known for his views on the philosophy behind parkour, he also stresses the need for proper training in the basics of free running, not only for safety, but also to maintain the positive appearance of the activity in the public eye. He first came to prominence in the United Kingdom after the showing of Mike Christie's Jump London documentary on Channel 4 in September 2003, and the subsequent documentary Jump Britain.

Sébastien's big screen debut came as Mollaka in the 21st James Bond film, Casino Royale in the impressive and energetic post-credit sequence. He spent three months in the Bahamas filming his role in the movie and though a stunt double was used for more dangerous portions of the chase scene, he filmed the majority of action himself. Sébastien has also appeared in the music video for Madonna's 2005 single, Jump and accompanied Madonna on her 2006 Confessions Tour.


Sébastien Foucan Filmography @ IMDB