In yet another career comparison that does him no favors, Joe Arpaio’s showbiz buddy attempts a role as the American Gerard Depardieu. From The Wire: Action guy Steven Seagal weighed in on the international dispute over Russia’s annexation of Crimea this week. Spoiler alert: he’s siding with his friend Vladimir Putin and not with President [Read more...]
French actor Gérard Depardieu hated the new taxes in France so much he fled to Russia. The star received citizenship in early 2013, with President Vladimir Putin personally delivering Depardieu’s passport. However, Depardieu does not have a problem with Russia’s aggression toward Ukraine. Show More Summary
From Harry Styles peeing on Sir Mix-A-Lot's bushes to Gerard Depardieu pissing on a plane, we're ranking the most embarrassing celeb peeing scandals!
Gerard Depardieu. Apple. And now McDonald's. It feels like anyone who's anyone is on French President Hollande's tax hit list. Here are the latest allegations of tax dodging and what the hamburger giant has to say about the matter.
What has French actor Gerard Depardieu been up to? According to the Wall Street Journal, he's diversifying his interests and increasingly moving away from acting to pursue real estate concerns, wine sales, hospitality, and most recently, airline management. Show More Summary
The millionaire tax was a campaign promise from French President François Hollande. Film star Gerard Depardieu famously fled the country to avoid paying the tax.
LONDON (Reuters) - Actors Tim Roth and Gerard Depardieu have agreed to star in a film about FIFA president Sepp Blatter, senior FIFA officials have confirmed.
French actor Gerard Depardieu is now Belgian actor Gerard Depardieu. The award-winning actor raised eyebrows last year when he decided to take up residency in Belgium after the Socialist government in his native France sought to impose a 75 percent tax rate on annual incomes over 1 million euros, or around $1.34 million U.S. Show More Summary
Looking decidedly worse for wear, Gerard Depardieu had a sash put around his very large belly and was handed a certificate making him an honorary citizen of Belgium on Saturday.… READ ON
For years, it appears, there has been no binge drinking in France. None. Literally no one in the history of France has ever gotten drunk on purpose, even Gerard Depardieu! The very concept of glugging bottom-shelf garbage spirits for...Show More Summary
TBILISI (Reuters) - French-born actor Gerard Depardieu broke the law in Georgia by visiting the country's breakaway Abkhazia region and meeting separatist leaders without warning national authorities, an official said on Wednesday.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - French actor Gerard Depardieu was involved in a car accident in Moscow on Tuesday when a taxi rammed into a Mercedes carrying him in his adopted homeland of Russia, where he is filming a movie.
What is Casting Couch? It’s one more shot of casting updates before you’re off to enjoy your weekend. Read on for stories involving Anne Hathaway, Gerard Depardieu, and Scarlett Johansson. Helena Bonham Carter has always had an otherworldly quality to her. Show More Summary
Paris courts have fined the actor and suspended his license over last year's scooter DUI.
Back in November, guy who was once considered a sex symbol, Gerard Depardieu, was arrested in France after he fell off of his scooter and registered a blood alcohol level [...]
The latest of Gerard Depardieu's misadventures : A scooter incident from last year has gotten the French actor banned from driving for six months. Depardieu fell off his scooter in November, hurting his elbow, and he was discovered to have been three times over the legal alcohol limit at the time....
PARIS - French actor Gerard Depardieu was banned from driving for six months on Friday, after he was found to be three times over the alcohol limit when he fell from his scooter last year.The 64-year-old star of films such as "GreenShow More Summary
PARIS (Reuters) - French actor Gerard Depardieu was banned from driving for six months on Friday, after he was found to be three times over the alcohol limit when he fell from his scooter last year.
French actor Gerard Depardieu made international headlines earlier this year when he left France due to that country's exorbitantly high tax rates. American tennis star Serena Williams apparently agrees with Depardieu telling Rolling Stone magazine, "Seventy-five percent doesn't... -