The actor and comedian Arnaud Ducret presents Monday in the program "It makes good" his new show "That's life", a one-man show of humor.

He also returns to the microphone of Anne Roumnaoff on his beginnings, and the people who helped him break into the business and make himself known to the general public.

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Arnaud Ducret's beginnings in the show are quite classic.

But his career and his career quickly took an atypical turn, as the actor and comedian explains Monday in 

It feels good

.

"In the afternoon, I worked in a store. In the evening, I worked in a restaurant," he recalls at the microphone of Anne Roumanoff.

"And from time to time I dubbed porn movies."

>> Find all of Anne Roumanoff's shows from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Europe 1 in replay and podcast here

“As there was no budget, I doubled everything and everyone, up to the zip of the fly,” smiles Arnaud Ducret, reproducing in the microphone the noises and moans characteristic of this cinematographic genre.

"It was back when there was no Internet like now, where everything is visible very quickly and dialogues, who cares a little."

"We had to write three hours of sketches every day"

It was through a friend who was already a voice actor that Arnaud Ducret obtained this third little job.

"There are a lot of voice actors who started like that, because you learn to follow the rhythm of a film", assures the actor.

The young Arnaud Ducret then auditioned for the M6

Morning Café program

.

He was chosen to do sketches and met Jérôme Commandeur there.

"He became a friend and someone who helped me a lot in the business," says the comedian. 

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"A little later, I find myself doing sketches for Laughs and songs with him. We did the morning shows and we had to write three hours of non-repeatable sketches every day. It was a titanic job", remembers Arnaud Ducret, grateful that not everything they wrote back then was good.

It was then during his role in the France 2

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that his career took off. "Then I had an accelerator for my one-man show which is

Friday everything goes

, with Arthur. When I was on the show, there were reservations directly in the theaters", rejoices the actor. "People were having a good time with me on TV, they would go get my show. And

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validated me as an actor with people in the trade."

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