Didier Bourdon: his secrets about his son he had at 23

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Legendary figure of the Unknowns, Didier Bourdon will return on November 14 on TF1 on the occasion of the broadcast of the documentary fiction Tous Inconnus. A program that will bring together many personalities who will take over the cult sketches of the comedy trio. The opportunity to learn more about the private life of the 63-year-old actor.

The sidekick of Pascal Légitimus and Bernard Campan is the father of three children. He had two daughters, born in 2006 and 2010, with his partner Marie-Sandra Badini Duran. Before their birth, Didier Bourdon was already the father of a boy named Olivier, born in 1982 from his first union. In an interview with our Gala colleagues in 2020, the comedian confided in them. “I want to be someone they are proud of, with a certain ethic,” he said and added details: “I also want to be present, even if I am more with my two daughters Clélia and Natacha than I have only been for my boy who turned 40 this year”.

A difference that he explains because of his young age when Olivier came into the world. “I had him very young from a first union and we now have very strong relationships, adult to adult,” he explained.

In an interview with Figaro in 2021, the actor Didier Bourdon had mentioned the interbreeding of his daughters Clélia and Natasha. “It’s complicated. My children are mixed race. However, I see Assa Traoré on the cover of certain newspapers, and I don’t especially want her to be an example for them, even if there is little chance that this will happen. “, he had declared and to add: “The French footballers of the Euro considered kneeling at the end of the match to fight against racism, which I found silly, because there is nothing more beautiful than seeing the players kissing at the end of the match between blacks and whites. It’s much stronger than kneeling down”.

Today, her two daughters have grown well and are beginning to become “little women and it’s true that for a dad and for a mom… It’s not painful, it’s also fun of course”.