Dr Jean-Louis Saroch
Dr. Saroch is a man of slightly above-average height and weight.

He sports a closely-trimmed beard and moustache, his light-brown hair is streaked with grey, but still thick. His eyes are dark and intense, expressing intelligence and determination. His mouth is thin, but mobile, frequently curving into a gracious smile.

His surgeon's hands are strong and supple, though at 50 he is no longer the lithe athlete who once practiced Savate, winning several medals in his twenties.

His voice is quiet, his English almost unaccented; his diction clear and his vocabulary educated.

He is impeccable in his clothing, though never ostentatious. He wears no rings or other jewelry, save a caduceus-shaped gold pin with a small ruby in his lapel.