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Jean Pierre Darroussin

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Years active  1979–present
Name  Jean-Pierre Darroussin

Role  Actor
Spouse  Anna Novion (m. 2009)
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Born  4 December 1953 (age 62) (1953-12-04) Courbevoie, Hauts-de-Seine, France
Occupation  Actor, film director, screenwriter
Children  Vincent Darroussin, Juliette Darroussin, Marie Darroussin
Awards  Cesar Award for Best Supporting Actor
Nominations  Cesar Award for Best Actor, Moliere Award for Best Supporting Actor, Jussi Award for Best Supporting Actor
Movies  The Snows of Kilimanjaro, Paris Follies, Le Cœur des hommes, Le Havre, 22 Bullets
Similar People  Ariane Ascaride, Robert Guediguian, Anna Novion, Richard Berry, Daniel Auteuil

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Jean-Pierre Darroussin (born 4 December 1953) is a French actor and filmmaker. He was born in Courbevoie, France. His films include the 2004 thriller Red Lights.

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As actor

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  • 1979 : Coup de tête, directed by Jean-Jacques Annaud
  • 1980 : Psy, directed by Philippe de Broca
  • 1980 : Celles qu'on n'a pas eues, directed by Pascal Thomas starring Michel Aumont, Michel Galabru
  • 1981 : Est-ce bien raisonnable?, directed by Georges Lautner
  • 1984 : Notre histoire, directed by Bertrand Blier starring Nathalie Baye, Alain Delon
  • 1984 : Tranches de vie, directed by François Leterrier
  • 1985 : Ki lo sa ?, directed by Robert Guédiguian starring Ariane Ascaride, Gérard Meylan
  • 1985 : On ne meurt que deux fois, directed by Jacques Deray starring Michel Serrault, Charlotte Rampling
  • 1985 : Elsa, Elsa, directed by Didier Haudepin
  • 1988 : Mes meilleurs copains, directed by Jean-Marie Poiré starring Gérard Lanvin, Christian Clavier
  • 1989 : Dieu vomit les tièdes, directed by Robert Guédiguian starring Ariane Ascaride, Pierre Banderet
  • 1990 : Mado, poste restante, directed by Aleksandr Adabashyan starring Marianne Groves, Oleg Yankovsky
  • 1991 : Cauchemar blanc, directed by Mathieu Kassovitz starring Yvan Attal, François T, Jean-Claude Gallotta, Pascal Gravat, Laurence Côte
  • 1992 : Riens du tout, directed by Cédric Klapisch starring Fabrice Luchini, Daniel Berlioux
  • 1992 : Cuisine et dépendances, directed by Philippe Muyl starring Zabou Breitman, Sam Karmann
  • 1993 : L'Argent fait le bonheur, directed by Robert Guédiguian starring Ariane Ascaride
  • 1994 : L'Eau froide, directed by Olivier Assayas starring Virginie Ledoyen, Cyprien Fouquet
  • 1995 : Le Fabuleux Destin de Mme Petlet, directed by Camille de Casabianca
  • 1995 : À la vie, à la mort!, directed by Robert Guédiguian starring Ariane Ascaride, Gérard Meylan
  • 1995 : Mon Homme, directed by Bertrand Blier starring Anouk Grinberg, Gérard Lanvin
  • 1996 : Un air de famille, directed by Cédric Klapisch starring Jean-Pierre Bacri, Wladimir Yordanoff
  • 1997 : On connaît la chanson, directed by Alain Resnais starring Sabine Azéma, Pierre Arditi
  • 1997 : Marius et Jeannette, directed by Robert Guédiguian starring Gérard Meylan, Ariane Ascaride
  • 1998 : Si je t'aime, prends garde à toi, directed by Jeanne Labrune starring Nathalie Baye, Daniel Duval
  • 1998 : Le Poulpe, directed by Guillaume Nicloux starring Clotilde Courau
  • 1998 : À la Place du Coeur, directed by Robert Guédiguian starring Ariane Ascaride, Christine Brucher
  • 1998 : Qui plume la lune ?, directed by Christine Carrière avec Jean-Pierre Darroussin, Garance Clavel
  • 1999 : C'est quoi la vie ?, directed by François Dupeyron starring Éric Caravaca, Jacques Dufilho
  • 1999 : Inséparables, directed by Michel Couvelard starring Catherine Frot
  • 1999 : La Bûche, directed by Danièle Thompson starring Sabine Azéma, Emmanuelle Béart
  • 1999 : Le Goût des autres (The Taste of Others), directed by Agnès Jaoui starring Anne Alvaro, Gérard Lanvin
  • 1999 : À l'attaque!, directed by Robert Guédiguian starring Ariane Ascaride, Jacques Boudet
  • 2000 : Ça ira mieux demain, directed by Jeanne Labrune starring Nathalie Baye
  • 2000 : Poitiers, voiture 11, directed by François Dupeyron et Yves Angelo starring Rabah Loucif
  • 2000 : La ville est tranquille, directed by Robert Guédiguian starring Ariane Ascaride
  • 2001 : 15 août, directed by Patrick Alessandrin starring Richard Berry, Charles Berling
  • 2001 : L'Art (délicat) de la séduction, directed by Richard Berry starring Patrick Timsit, Cécile de France
  • 2001 : A Private Affair, directed by Guillaume Nicloux starring Thierry Lhermitte, Marion Cotillard
  • 2001 : Marie-Jo et ses deux amours, directed by Robert Guédiguian starring Ariane Ascaride
  • 2001 : C'est le bouquet !, directed by Jeanne Labrune starring Hélène Lapiower, Richard Debuisne
  • 2002 : Pas d'histoire ! Regards sur le racisme au quotidien de Philippe Jullien et Yamina Benguigui
  • 2002 : Mille millièmes, fantaisie immobilière, directed by Rémi Waterhouse starring Irène Jacob
  • 2002 : Ah ! si j'étais riche (If I Were a Rich Man), directed by Michel Munz et Gérard Bitton starring Valeria Bruni-Tedeschi
  • 2002 : Le Cœur des hommes, directed by Marc Esposito starring Gérard Darmon
  • 2003 : Mon père est ingénieur, directed by Robert Guédiguian starring Ariane Ascaride, Jean-Pierre Darroussin
  • 2004 : Red Lights (Feux rouges), directed by Cédric Kahn avec Jean-Pierre Darroussin, Carole Bouquet
  • 2004 : Cause toujours !, directed by Jeanne Labrune - Bruno
  • 2005 : Un long dimanche de fiançailles (A Very Long Engagement), directed by Jean-Pierre Jeunet starring Audrey Tautou
  • 2005 : How Much Do You Love Me? (Combien tu m'aimes?), directed by Bertrand Blier
  • 2005 : Saint-Jacques... La Mecque, directed by Coline Serreau
  • 2006 : Le Voyage en Arménie, directed by Robert Guédiguian
  • 2006 : Le Pressentiment, directed by Jean-Pierre Darroussin
  • 2007 : Dialogue avec mon jardinier, directed by Jean Becker - gardener
  • 2007 : Fragile(s), directed by Martin Valente
  • 2007 : J'attends quelqu'un, directed by Jérôme Bonnell
  • 2007 : Le Cœur des hommes 2, directed by Marc Esposito
  • 2008 : Lady Jane, directed by Robert Guédiguian
  • 2008 : Les Grandes Personnes, directed by Anna Novion
  • 2008 : Le septième juré (Jury Duty, or The Seventh Juror), directed by Edouard Niermans
  • 2009 : The Army of Crime, directed by Robert Guédiguian
  • 2010 : The Immortal directed by Richard Berry
  • 2010 : Holiday directed by Guillaume Nicloux
  • 2011 : The Snows of Kilimanjaro
  • 2011 : Le Havre directed by Aki Kaurismäki
  • 2011 : Early One Morning
  • 2013 : Marius
  • 2013 : Fanny
  • 2013 : One of a Kind
  • 2014 : Paris Follies
  • 2014 : Ariane's Thread
  • 2014 : Get Well Soon
  • 2015 : Heat Wave
  • 2016 : A Woman's Life
  • 2017 : The House by the Sea
  • As director

    Jean-Pierre Darroussin Classify the cast of the 2011 French film quotThe Welldiggers
  • 1992 : C'est trop con! (Short film)
  • 2006 : Premonition (Le Pressentiment)

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    References

    Jean-Pierre Darroussin Wikipedia


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