“It’s been thirty years…” Ramzy Bedia confides in his links with Éric Judor since the end of their legendary duo
A beautiful story of friendship! Ramzy Bedia returns to cinema screens this Wednesday, January 18, 2023, with the film Youssef Salem is successful. He embodies the main character, a very popular writer who sometimes has a hard time living up to his notoriety. A role “written for him“, assures the 50-year-old comedian, who has also experienced this kind of inner dilemma. Success, he met it in the mid-90s with a certain Eric Judor. Very quickly, the comedy duo conquered the public with their sketches on M6, in the show Words from Eric and Ramzyor thanks to series H on Canal+.
“We are friends, brothers“
Eric and Ramzy then attack the world of cinema with The infernal Montparnasse Tower then Only Twobefore gradually taking separate paths. Since then, they had reappeared together on the poster of a few feature films like Halal, state policeor Infernal Control Tower 2 (prequel to their first film). But today, does this duo belong to the past? “No way“, clearly answers Ramzy Bedia to our colleagues from TV 7 Days. “I had Eric on the phone an hour ago!“, promises the comedian. “As you can see I call him Con“, he says proudly, showing the contact name he assigned to him on the screen of his mobile: “It’s been thirty years, and I’m probably Bouffon in his!“he has fun before confiding in the very complicit relationship they still share: “We go on vacation together, we are friends, brothers“, he assures.
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A difficult success to manage!
The sudden notoriety that Ramzy encountered with Éric Judor was not easy to manage from the start: “It was a slap! I remember people changing sidewalks when I was walking with my friends and, overnight, people crossing to greet me! Going from nothing to everything, money, notoriety, it burned me, for a moment“, revealed Melha Bedia’s brotheralso confident:Fortunately, I have a family that put me back on the ground!“, rejoices the one who still has trouble believing in his success: “I hallucinate what is happening to me and, above all, to still be there!“