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Michel Boujenah

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Years active  Since 1980
Parents  Joseph Boujenah
Spouse  Isabelle Boujenah
Role  Actor
Name  Michel Boujenah

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Born  3 November 1952 (age 63) (1952-11-03) Tunis, Tunisia
Occupation  Actor, comedian, film director and screenwriter
Website  http://www.michelboujenah.com michelboujenah.com (in French language),
Children  Louise Boujenah, Joseph Boujenah
Siblings  Paul Boujenah, Yves Boujenah, Jean-Louis Boujenah
Movies  Three Men and a Cradle, Father and Sons, XXL, Les Miserables, 18 ans apres
Similar People  Paul Boujenah, Pascal Elbe, Roland Giraud, Guy Bedos, Matthieu Boujenah

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Michel Boujenah (born 3 November 1952) is a French-Tunisian Jewish actor, comedian, film director and screenwriter.

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Early life

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Michel Boujenah was born on 3 November 1952 in Tunis, Tunisia. He is the brother of Paul Boujenah, a film director, and the uncle of Matthieu Boujenah, a comedian.

Career

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Boujenah has appeared in over twenty-five films and almost ten television productions. He has also directed three films and served as screenwriter on four films.

Controversy

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In 2017, Boujenah's invitation to appear at a Tunisian cultural festival was protested by activists involved in the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions movement against Israel. While Boujenah is not Israeli, he has spoken positively about Israel and said "I feel Jewish, French, Tunisian, Zionist and very close to Israel, as well as a supporter of a Palestinian state." The Tunisian Association for Support of Minorities defended Boujenah and accused boycott-promoters of anti-Semitism.

Awards and nominations

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  • 1985 — won the César Award for Best Supporting Actor for Trois Hommes et un Couffin (in English language – Three Men and a Cradle)
  • 1994 — nominated for the César Award for Best Actor for Le Nombril du Monde
  • 2004 — nominated for the César Award for Best Debut for Père et Fils (in English language – Father and Sons)
  • Mais qu'est ce que j'ai fait au bon dieu pour avoir une femme qui boit dans les cafés avec les hommes ? (1980)
  • Trois Hommes et un Couffin (in English language – Three Men and a Cradle) (1985) as Michel, with Roland Giraud, André Dussollier and Coline Serreau
  • Tranches de vie (1985) as Michel Lambert
  • La dernière image (1986) as Simon Attal
  • Les Misérables (1995) as André Ziman with Jean-Paul Belmondo and Ticky Holgado
  • XXL (1997) as Alain Berrebi
  • Father and Sons with Charles Berling, Matthieu Boujenah, Geneviève Brouillette, Pascal Elbé (Most Promising Actor César Awards 2004) and Philippe Noiret
  • film presented at the 2003 Toronto International Film Festival
  • Honours

  •  Monaco : Officer of the Order of Cultural Merit (2004)
  • References

    Michel Boujenah Wikipedia


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