Francis Perrin very moved by evoking his son Louis suffering from autism

Former examining magistrate in Mongeville, Francis Perrin became a father in the series Tomorrow belongs to us on TF1. A role tailor-made for this 73-year-old actor, since he is in life at the head of a family of six children. And it is his son Louis who holds all his attention. The young man has autism. A diagnosis that the actor and his wife Gersende Dufromentel discovered when their son was 3 years old. “A lay person from the Necker hospital told us: “You can mourn your child!”, others have questioned the age difference between us, the mother’s job as an actress and even her red hair. Gersende has been laminated! ”, Francis Perrin recalled to Télé-Loisirs.

When he learned that his son was ill, the actor drowned his grief in alcohol. But thanks to a behavioral method, young Louis was able to learn to walk, speak and eat. He even managed to forge links, which is very difficult with autism. “Louis is doing very well. He is autonomous. He continues to amaze me. The profession of actor pleases him very much ”, affirmed Francis Perrin to Télé 7 Jours on June 28th.

By dint of hard work, Louis Perrin will even realize a nice dream: go on stage with his father. From September 7 at the Tête d’Or theater in Lyon, the father and son will play L’Ecole des femmes by Molière. “My wife Gersende and our daughter, Clarisse, will also be on stage. After the 23 (…)

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