After studying cinema, Nans Laborde-Jourdàa joined the Conservatoire d'art dramatique du Ve arrondissement de Paris in 2009. In front of the camera, he acted under the direction of Sophie Fillières, Julie Lopez-Curval, Sébastien Téot and Jean Breschand. In 2018, he directed in Japan the short film Looking for Reiko produced by Envie de Tempête. Since 2010, he participated in Un festival à Villeréal where he plays for Samuel Vittoz and Nicolas Giret-Famin and collaborates with the collective La vie brève in the projects of Jeanne Candel and Marc Vittecoq. In 2016, he created Maintenant l'apocalypse with Sarah Le Picard, based on Eleanor Coppola's notebooks from the filming of Apocalypse now. With Margot Alexandre, he directs the TORO TORO theatre company and created RN134, a one-man show about his adolescence in the Pyrenees, and POLYESTER with young amateur dancers.