Thierry FREMONT studied at the renowned Cours Florent and the Actors Studio. In 1987, he received the JEAN GABIN AWARD for his first lead role in "The Cruel Embrace", and then a CESAR for Most Promising Actor in "Travelling avant" directed by Jean-Charles Tacchella. In 2005, Thierry earned an International EMMY AWARD for his performance as a serial killer in "Dans la Tête du Tueur".

Thierry FREMONT acted in over twenty-two feature films and thirteen TV movies. In 2013, he plays French President Nicolas Sarkozy in the TV movie "La Dernière Campagne" and stared in Bertrand Tavernier's feature "Quai d'Orsay". From 2014 to 2019 he has alterned between movies ("A Deux Heures de Paris, "Allies", "Tous les Dieux du Ciel", "Minuscules"), TV series ("Le Tunnel", "Accusés", "Transferts", "Dark Stories", "Das Boot") and stage theatre ("Les Cartes du Pouvoir" for which he received a MOLIERE in 2015, "Inséparables", "Les heures Souterraines", "Amadeus", "Localement Agité").