Jean-Louis Rodrigue (born May 23, 1951) is an American movement director and acting coach in film and theater. He is internationally recognized as a senior teacher of the Alexander Technique and a pioneer in applying the Technique to character movement in film and theatre. Rodrigue’s most notable successes in film and theatre includes coaching Leonardo DiCaprio for his performance in "J. Edgar" (2011), Josh Brolin as George W. Bush in "W" (2008), Mary McDonnell for her Oscar nominated role as a paraplegic actress in "Passion Fish" (1992), and Pamela Gien’s award winning performance in her Off-Broadway and international tour of the play The Syringa Tree (2000).

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  • Jean-Louis Rodrigue (born May 23, 1951) is an American movement director and acting coach in film and theater. He is internationally recognized as a senior teacher of the Alexander Technique and a pioneer in applying the Technique to character movement in film and theatre. Rodrigue’s most notable successes in film and theatre includes coaching Leonardo DiCaprio for his performance in "J. Edgar" (2011), Josh Brolin as George W. Bush in "W" (2008), Mary McDonnell for her Oscar nominated role as a paraplegic actress in "Passion Fish" (1992), and Pamela Gien’s award winning performance in her Off-Broadway and international tour of the play The Syringa Tree (2000). (en)
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  • Jean-Louis Rodrigue teaching at the Berlinale Festival, February 2013
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  • Jean-Louis Rodrigue (born May 23, 1951) is an American movement director and acting coach in film and theater. He is internationally recognized as a senior teacher of the Alexander Technique and a pioneer in applying the Technique to character movement in film and theatre. Rodrigue’s most notable successes in film and theatre includes coaching Leonardo DiCaprio for his performance in "J. Edgar" (2011), Josh Brolin as George W. Bush in "W" (2008), Mary McDonnell for her Oscar nominated role as a paraplegic actress in "Passion Fish" (1992), and Pamela Gien’s award winning performance in her Off-Broadway and international tour of the play The Syringa Tree (2000). (en)
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