François Arnaud (born July 5, 1985) is a French Canadian stage and film actor, trained at the Conservatoire d'art dramatique de Montréal in 2007.
François Arnaud is most well known for his portrayal of Cesare Borgia in the TV series The Borgias. His most notable work was in the 2009 award-winning film J’ai Tu Ma Mere (I Killed My Mother), opposite actor/director Xavier Dolan. Other film credits include Les Grandes Chaleurs (Heat Waves), and Missing (short).
On television, François Arnaud was featured in The Borgias, Yamaska, Taxi 22, Double Life Of Eleanor Kendall, and C.A. II. On the stage, Arnaud has been a part of Awake & Sing, L’Heure du Lynx, L’Impresario de Smyrne, and Tendres Totems et Croquis.