Nicolas Maury in “Garcon Chiffon” (“My Best Part”) \n\nThe exuberant "Call My Agent" character, Hervé, played by actor Nicolas Maury, touched many hearts the world over when the show became a Netflix sensation during the pandemic. This fall, the actor made his directorial debut with a new film called Garcon Chiffon (My Best Part) at COLCOA, the French film festival in Los Angeles.\n\nThe French actor received a warm welcome at the festival and was applauded for playing one of the rare gay protagonists on a major French TV show. In the movie, My Best Part, he plays a thirty-something struggling gay actor going through heartache.\n\n\n\nMany of the "Call My Agent" actors have seen their acting careers take off, particularly the Instagram-less Camille Cottin who stars in the recent films, Stillwater and House of Gucci. She is now making waves in Hollywood, reports The New York Times.\n\nMy Best Part follows the storyline of a young actor struck with bad luck and misfortune, including professional rejection and personal relationship problems. The film tackles themes of jealousy as well as the relationship between a mother (portrayed by the legendary French actress Nathalie Baye) and son. In the film, Maury's character returns to his home town to live with his mother while he soothes his wounds and plans his next life steps. It is a touching film with a strong message for our modern world about the validity of love, whatever form it may take.\n\n"My Best Day" is available for streaming on Canal+.\n\nAs to the fan-favorite, "Call My Agent," Maury confirmed to Vanity Fair that a spinoff film is currently being scripted.\n\nAngelika Pokovba is a lifestyle writer with a francophile soul and is based in the depths of the Mayan jungle in Mexico. After studying journalism in Paris, she worked at L’Officiel and Essentiel Homme magazines, and contributed to several fashion publications in between.