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Gérard Jugnot

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Gérard Jugnot
Gérard Jugnot Cannes 2014.jpg
Born
Gérard Jean Jugnot[1]

(1951-05-04) 4 May 1951 (age 71)
Paris, France
OccupationActor, film director, screenwriter, film producer
Years active1973–present

Gérard Jugnot (French pronunciation: ​[ʒeʁaʁ ʒyɲo]; born 4 May 1951) is a French actor, film director, screenwriter and film producer.

Jugnot was one of the founders of the comedy troupe Le Splendid in the 1970s, along with, among others, his high-school friends Christian Clavier, Thierry Lhermitte, and Michel Blanc. Then Josiane Balasko and Marie-Anne Chazel joined them. The group adapted a number of its stage hits for the cinema and was extremely successful in films such as Les Bronzés (1978), Les Bronzés font du ski (1979) and Le Père Noël est une ordure (1982).

Jugnot gained international fame for his lead role in Les Choristes in which he played Clément Mathieu. The last movie he directed was C'est beau la vie quand on y pense (2017).

Jugnot is the father of comedian Arthur Jugnot, born in 1980 to Jugnot and wardrobe designer Cécile Magnan.

He was made Chevalier (Knight) of the Légion d'honneur in 2004.[1]

Life and career

Jugnot met Christian Clavier, Thierry Lhermitte, and Michel Blanc when attending the Lycee Pasteur de Neuilly-Sur-Seine. Together, they formed the comedy group Le Splendid. He made his debut on the big-screen in Les Valseuses (1974) and Le Juge et l'Assassin (1976).

Jugnot's career kick-started when he starred in Les Bronzés (1978), and Le Père Noël est une ordure (1982), which were two acts from Le Splendid adapted for cinema.

Aside from acting, Jugnot also started a career as a movie director, making his directing debut in 1984 with the movie Pinot simple flic.

He also regularly took part in the radio show Les Grosses Têtes during the 1980s with Léon Zitrone, Olivier de Kersauson, Jacques Martin, and Jean Dutourd.

In 2010, he participated in Rendez-vous en terre inconnue.

Filmography

Actor

Year Title Role Notes
1973 The Year 01 A spectator
Hail the Artist The camera operator
1974 Going Places Holyday-Maker with Family
Les Suspects Vauquier's colleague
Bonne présentation exigée The waiter Short
1975 Le Bol d'air Gérard
Let Joy Reign Supreme Footman
C'est pas parce qu'on a rien à dire qu'il faut fermer sa gueule Gaston
Pas de problème ! The locksmith
Vous ne l'emporterez pas au paradis The server
1976 Calmos The follower
The Porter from Maxim's Count Parieur
Dracula and Son The head of the factory
The Toy Pignier
The Judge and the Assassin The photographer
The Tenant Office Clerk
Monsieur Klein The photographer
On aura tout vu Ploumenech
Oublie-moi, Mandoline Julien
1977 Casanova and co Valente
Herbie Goes to Monte Carlo Server
Spoiled Children Marcel Bonfils
The Seventh Company Outdoors Gaston Gorgeton
Vous n'aurez pas l'Alsace et la Lorraine Captain of the Musketeers
1978 French Fried Vacation Bernard Morin
Pauline et l'ordinateur The fake Doctor
The Little Wheedlers
Si vous n'aimez pas ça, n'en dégoûtez pas les autres Himself
Le Petit Théâtre d'Antenne 2 TV series (1 episode)
1979 Le Coup de sirocco Ruppert
French Fried Vacation 2 Bernard Morin
Heroes Are Not Wet Behind the Ears Pierre Morel
Un si joli village Freval
Pierrot mon ami Petit-Pouce TV movie
1980 Retour en force La Colle
Les Charlots contre Dracula Gaston Lepope
The Umbrella Coup Frédo
1981 Pourquoi pas nous ? Guillaume
1982 Santa Claus Is a Stinker Felix
Pour cent briques, t'as plus rien... Paul
Le quart d'heure américain Ferdinand
Merci Bernard TV series (2 episodes)
L'adieu aux as Gaston Poirier TV mini-series
1983 La fiancée qui venait du froid Maurice
Gramps Is in the Resistance Adolfo Ramirez
1984 Just the Way You Are Desk Clerk
Pinot simple flic Robert Pinot
Le garde du corps Paul Domec
1985 Les rois du gag Paul Martin
Scout toujours... Jean-Baptiste Foucret
Slices of Life Malounian
Santa Claus Is a Stinker Félix TV movie
1986 Nuit d'ivresse Himself
1987 Le Beauf Gilbert
Tandem Bernard Rivetot Nominated – César Award for Best Actor
Tant qu'il y aura des femmes A spectator
1988 Without Fear or Blame Bellabre
Vertigo Philippe Breugnot TV series (1 episode)
1989 Les cigognes n'en font qu'à leur tête The genealogist
1990 1001 Nights Jimmy Genious
1991 Les Clés du paradis Paul Cavaillac
The Professional Secrets of Dr. Apfelgluck Martini
Une époque formidable... Michel Berthier Nominated – César Award for Best Actor[2]
1992 Voyage à Rome Thierry
1994 Casque bleu Patrick
Les Faussaires Sacha Cohn
Dead Tired Himself
1996 Fallait pas !... Bernard Leroy
Fantôme avec chauffeur Georges Morel
1997 Marthe Henri Nominated – César Award for Best Supporting Actor
1999 L'Ami du jardin Roger
Au bain... Mari ! Narcisse Short
Trafic d'influence Gérard Ravanelli
2000 Most Promising Young Actress Yvon Rance
2001 Yes, But... Erwann Moenner
2002 Monsieur Batignole Edmond Batignole
The Race Carlito
Restauratec The cooker TV short
2003 The Car Keys A comedian
Volpone Grappione TV movie
2004 The Chorus Clément Mathieu Nominated – César Award for Best Actor[3]
Nominated – European Film Award for Best Actor[4]
Trois Petites Filles Paolo
2005 Boudu Christian Lespinglet
Il ne faut jurer de rien ! Van Buck
Pollux, le manège enchanté Sam
2006 Les Bronzés 3 - Amis pour la vie Bernard Morin
The Tiger Brigades Claude Faivre
Un printemps à Paris Alex
2007 L'Île aux trésors John Silver
Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves Ali Baba
L'Auberge rouge Father Carnus
2008 Ça se soigne ? Stan
Faubourg 36 Pigoil
The Sicilian Girl The judge
Musée haut, musée bas Roland Province
2009 Envoyés très spéciaux Albert Poussin
Le Petit Nicolas Himself
Rose et Noir Pic Saint Loup
2010 Le grand restaurant Fifi TV movie
2011 La nouvelle guerre des boutons Aztec's Father
Beur sur la ville Gassier
2012 Asterix and Obelix: God Save Britannia Redbeard
Un jour mon père viendra Gustave
Mes héros Jacques
Merlin Merlin TV mini-series
2013 Adieu Paris Albert Albert
2014 Babysitting M. Schaudel
On a marché sur Bangkok Joseph
Benoît Brisefer: Les taxis rouges Jules Dussiflard
2015 Entre amis Gilles
2015-16 The law of Alexandre Alexandre Laurent TV Series (3 Episodes)
2016 Camping 3 Charmillard
2017 C'est beau la vie quand on y pense Loïc Le Tallec
2018 Nicky Larson et le Parfum de Cupidon The psy
The Extraordinary Journey of the Fakir Gustave Palourde
2019 Quand on crie au loup Joseph Bogomil

Director

Year Title Role Box office Notes
1984 Pinot simple flic Director & writer $18.1 million[5]
1985 Scout toujours... Director & writer $13.2 million[6]
1988 Without Fear or Blame Director & writer $3.1 million[7]
1991 Une époque formidable... Director & writer $12.5 million[8]
1993 The King of Ads Director Documentary
1994 3000 scénarios contre un virus Director TV series (1 episode)
Casque bleu Director & writer $7.6 million[9]
1996 Fallait pas ! Director & writer $6.6 million[10]
2000 Most Promising Young Actress Director & writer $14.4 million[11]
2002 Monsieur Batignole Director, writer & producer $9 million[12]
2005 Boudu Director & Producer $9 million[13]
2009 Rose et noir Director, writer & producer $1.9 million[14]
2017 C'est beau la vie quand on y pense Director, writer & producer

Box office

Gérard Jugnot in 2009
Gérard Jugnot in 2009

Movies starring Gérard Jugnot with more than a million entries in France.

Films Director Year France (entries)
1 Les Bronzés 3: Amis pour la vie Patrice Leconte 2006 10,355,930
2 The Chorus Christophe Barratier 2004 8,636,016
3 Going Places Bertrand Blier 1974 5,726,031
4 Little Nicholas Laurent Tirard 2009 5,520,562
5 Papy fait de la résistance Jean-Marie Poiré 1983 4,104,082
6 Asterix and Obelix: God Save Britannia Laurent Tirard (2) 2012 3,820,404
7 Herbie Goes to Monte Carlo Vincent McEveety 1977 2,977,303
8 The Umbrella Coup Gérard Oury 1980 2,451,606
9 Pinot simple flic Gérard Jugnot 1984 2,418,756
10 Babysitting Nicolas Benamou, Philippe Lacheau 2014 2,358,733
11 Les Bronzés Patrice Leconte (2) 1978 2,308,644
12 Grosse Fatigue Michel Blanc 1994 2,015,230
13 Pas de problème! Georges Lautner 1975 1,810,393
14 La 7ème compagnie au clair de lune Robert Lamoureux 1977 1,792,134
15 Monsieur Batignole Gérard Jugnot (2) 2002 1,773,472
16 Scout toujours... Gérard Jugnot (3) 1985 1,755,081
17 Une époque formidable... Gérard Jugnot (4) 1991 1,672,754
18 Le Père Noël est une ordure Jean-Marie Poiré (2) 1982 1,582,732
19 La nouvelle guerre des boutons Christophe Barratier (2) 2011 1,542,231
20 Les Bronzés font du ski Patrice Leconte (3) 1979 1,535,781
21 Les rois du gag Claude Zidi 1985 1,510,930
22 The Race Djamel Bensalah 2002 1,456,267
23 Le coup de sirocco Alexandre Arcady 1979 1,387,034
24 Nuit d'ivresse Bernard Nauer 1986 1,381,464
25 Le quart d'heure américain Philippe Galland 1982 1,337,893
26 Paris 36 Christophe Barratier (3) 2008 1,331,585
27 Pour cent briques, t'as plus rien... Édouard Molinaro 1982 1,303,784
28 On aura tout vu Georges Lautner (2) 1976 1,290,565
29 The Toy Francis Veber 1976 1,249,452
30 Boudu Gérard Jugnot (5) 2005 1,199,369
31 Most Promising Young Actress Gérard Jugnot (6) 2000 1,184,971
32 Casque bleu Gérard Jugnot (7) 1994 1,015,156

Notes

  1. ^ a b "Décret du 13 juillet 2004 portant promotion et nomination". JORF. 2004 (162): 12697. 14 July 2004. PREX0407466D. Retrieved 17 March 2009.
  2. ^ "Palmares 1992 - 17 th cesar award ceremony". Archived from the original on 1 March 2017. Retrieved 12 May 2019.
  3. ^ "Tautou film tops Cesar prize nods". BBC News. 25 January 2005. Retrieved 12 May 2019.
  4. ^ "The Nominations 2004". Retrieved 12 May 2019.
  5. ^ "Pinot simple flic (1984)- JPBox-Office". www.jpbox-office.com.
  6. ^ "Scout toujours (1985)- JPBox-Office". www.jpbox-office.com.
  7. ^ "Sans peur et sans reproche (1988)- JPBox-Office". www.jpbox-office.com.
  8. ^ "Une époque formidable (1991)- JPBox-Office". www.jpbox-office.com.
  9. ^ "Casque bleu (1994)- JPBox-Office". www.jpbox-office.com.
  10. ^ JP. "Fallait pas! (1996)- JPBox-Office". www.jpbox-office.com.
  11. ^ "Meilleur Espoir féminin (2000)- JPBox-Office". www.jpbox-office.com.
  12. ^ "Monsieur Batignole (2002)- JPBox-Office". www.jpbox-office.com.
  13. ^ JP. "Boudu (2005)- JPBox-Office". www.jpbox-office.com.
  14. ^ JP. "Rose & noir (2009)- JPBox-Office". www.jpbox-office.com.

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