Baptiste Lecaplain began his career as a children's entertainer in Levallois-Perret.
In September 2006, he decided to leave his job as a presenter to start acting. His first one-man show was unanimously acclaimed and for 18 months the self-taught comedian played to full houses. In February 2012, he sold out the Bataclan in Paris nine times before going on to do a national tour.
In January 2013, he started La Tournée du Trio with Jérémy Ferrari and Arnaud Tsamere, and the three of them performed at the Zéniths in France until February 2013. Baptiste will also be part of Laurent Ruquier's new team in Les Grosses Têtes on RTL.
His second show Origines was a triumph at the Théâtre du Petit Montparnasse, at the Trianon, as well as on tour and ended with 5 exceptional dates at the Olympia in 2017.
Baptiste Lecaplain's new show "Voir les Gens" is like a ball pool for adults: it's fun, colourful and open to everyone. And what's more, you can keep your shoes on!