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Inbetweeners star looks unrecognisable 12 years after hit comedy – but can you guess who it is?

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Inbetweeners star who played French exchange student Patrice looks unrecognisable 12 years on. Actor Vladimir Consigny is best known for starring in series two, episode two, as they as Simon's French exchange student, Patrice.

In the episode, Will celebrates his 17th birthday by inviting his pals Simon Cooper (Joe Thomas), Jay Cartwright (James Buckley) and Neil Sutherland (Blake Harrison) to his house for a posh dinner party.

Unfortunately, it clashes with a more popular bash so is stuck with his three mates and is forced to look after Patrice. Out of boredom they gate-crash the other party but Patrice is the only one asked to stay.

Will is left mortified after he walks in on his crush Charlotte Hinchcliffe in bed with Patrice, but gets revenge by telling Charlotte's ex-boyfriend and bully Donovan about the her whereabouts.

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