Movie: Paris 2024 Olympic Opening Ceremony

Top 8 Billed Cast

Thomas Bach
Thomas Bach

Self - IOC President

Emmanuel Macron
Emmanuel Macron

Self - President of France

Anne Hidalgo
Anne Hidalgo

Self - Mayor of Paris

Tony Estanguet
Tony Estanguet

Self - COJOP2024 President

David Lappartient
David Lappartient

Self - CNOSF President

Laurent Delahousse
Laurent Delahousse

Self - Commentator

Daphné Bürki
Daphné Bürki

Self - Commentator

Alexandre Boyon
Alexandre Boyon

Self - Commentator

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