Paul Buissonneau is a celebrated Canadian author, producer and actor. Paul Buissonneau first came to fame with the movie, ‘Les Misérables’. The film made Buxton famous around the world and he has gone on to have various roles in television and movies. Paul Buissonneau’s most recent role was in the TV series ‘Royal Pains’ on Starz.
Paul Buissonneau Net Worth
Paul Buissonneau Net Worth is $45 Million
Paul Buissonneau net worth, according to some sources, is at least double of what is estimated by other sources. Paul Buissonneau’s own website indicates that he is worth $ 36 million. Paul Buissonneau trivia indicates that he was born in Paris, France and that he is a graduate of Sciences Institute. Paul Buissonneau’s other credentials include works in the advertising field, as a writer and as an assistant for advertising agencies in London, England and in New York, USA.
Paul Buissonneau Full Biography
|Full Name||Paul Buissonneau|
|Net Worth||$45 Million|
|Date of Birth||1926–2014|
Paul Buissonneau how much he makes from TV advertisements is not clear. But, according to one of his biographical books, he made more than sixty thousand pounds for one episode of his TV series ‘LES CHAMPLOS’. In the TV show, Buissonneau plays the character of Atticus Finch, a blind man who chases the criminal of the week. The television series, Les Champlos, is on French television. Buissonneau plays the character of Atticus Finch, a blind man who chases the criminal of the week.
Paul Buissonneau’s other biographical books are entitled as Quat’sous Dans, a biography of Paul Buissonneau, the artist, and Another Man’s Property, a biography of Paul Buissonneau, the lawyer. Quat’sous Dans chronicles the life of Paul Buissonneau, the lawyer, for seven years. Another Man’s Property chronicles the life of Paul Buissonneau, the artist. His other works include Les Artistes et son Attic, Leoir d’Avignon, Leoir du temps, Leoir du souvenir et d’une patrie and Paul Buissonneau’s first solo album titled as Attic.
Paul Buissonneau’s biographical books are interesting and have good contents. However, the question of his net worth is not answered. It is uncertain as to whether he has made six figures from TV commercials or not. However, it is worth mentioning that Paul Buissonneau did receive some money for the Les Artistes et son Attic album, which became popular in the 1980s. There is no definite answer as to how much he actually earned from the different biographies of him.
The paintings that Paul Buissonneau has sold are also worth noting. His most famous paintings include Les Artistes et le Cercue (Lacoste, 1980), Les Artistes (Nouveau-Monde, 1981), Les Artistes ( Olympia, 1983), Les Artistes (Paris: Maxent, 1984), Paul Buissonneau (rait nouveau, Paris: Museums community, 1985), Paul Buissonneau (rait nouveau, art nouveau, 1985), Les Artistes (Paris: Maxent, 1986), Paul Buissonneau (rait nouveau, art nouveau, 1986), Paul Buissonneau (artist, art artist), Paul Buissonneau (art artist), Paul Buissonneau (les artistes et le cercue) Apart from these paintings, Paul Buissonneau has also collaborated with other artists such as Paul Gauguin, Paul Desmoulins, Yves Saint Laurent, Pierre Cardin, Edith Head, Reinhardt Brackmann, Peter Young, Constant Carbonell and Bernard Parra. In his solo exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery in London, Paul Buissonneau was joined by Paul Desmoulins and Yves Saint Laurent. Apart from that, Buissonneau has also participated in group exhibitions organized by the Musee des Beaux-arts in London, UK and at the Musee des Cliques in Paris. His works have also been displayed in the studios of Moet et Chandon, Drogues, Saatchi Gallery in New York City, Gagosian Gallery in New York City, Museum of Modern Art in New York, Tate Britain in London, and Institute of Contemporary Arts in Florence, Italy.