Arnaud Archives

Arnaud Archives is your newest online resource dedicated to Canadian actor, François Arnaud. You may know him for his roles in television shows such as The Borgias and Blindspot, and in films such as I Killed My Mother and The Man Who Was Thursday. He currently stars in the new NBC series, Midnight Texas, as Manfred Bernardo. Thank you for visiting the site, and come back soon for the latest updates on François.

Build Series Presents: Midnight, Texas Season 2

10.09.2018

The cast of Midnight, Texas stopped by the Build Series studios to discuss the season season! This is also François’ second visit of the year after promoting Permission earlier this year. Anyway, check out some photos in our gallery, and the interview below!

Comic-Con International 2018

07.23.2018

It’s that time of the year again! François and the rest of the cast of Midnight, Texas attended the third day of this year’s San Diego Comic-Con. They had another Q&A panel at the convention, as well as interviews and photo sessions. I have updated the gallery with high-quality photos of François at several events held during the convention as well as portraits taken. Also check out some highlights from the panel below. Here’s hoping the full panel will be released soon!


UnREAL Season 4 Promo

04.25.2018

The third season of UnREAL has come to an end, and they showed a short teaser for the next season. François will star as Tommy, a charming and ambitious game producer who has been plucked out of basic cable and given a shot at the big leagues.

Origami Official Trailer + Stills & Poster

02.15.2018

Check out the official trailer of Patrick Demer’s Origami, coming out in theaters on April 27th. I have also added high-quality stills and poster into the gallery!

David is on a very special voyage: one that doesn’t take him from one place to another – but, rather, from one moment to another. Seeking to better understand this strange ability that lets him move along his own personal timeline, David must face his deconstructed chronology as well as his own repressed past.