Fran Drescher

Fran Drescher

writer, actress, producer

Fran Drescher was born on Sep 30, 1957 in USA. Fran Drescher's big-screen debut came with Saturday Night Fever directed by John Badham in 1977. Fran Drescher is known for The Fran Drescher Show directed by Hal Grant, Fran Drescher stars as Self - Host and Matthew Hoffman as Self - Correspondent. Fran Drescher has got 4 awards and 9 nominations so far. The most recent award Fran Drescher achieved is The Florida Comedy Film Festival. The upcoming new movie Fran Drescher plays is Hotel Transylvania 4: Transformania which will be released on Jan 14, 2022.

Francine Joy "Fran" Drescher was born on September 30, 1957 in Queens, New York City, New York to Sylvia Drescher, a bridal consultant & Mort Drescher, a naval systems analyst. Fran attended Hillcrest High School in New York with another now-famous name, Ray Romano. She was a studious girl and was quite popular. In fact, at age fifteen, she'd met the man she thought she'd spend the rest of her life with. That man was Peter Marc Jacobson. Her first break was in the unforgettable movie, La Fièvre du samedi soir (1977) with John Travolta. She continued to play small roles in movies, until she came up with the idea for Une nounou d'enfer (1993). She was visiting a friend in England and came up with the plot line. Une nounou d'enfer (1993) became an instant success, and so did Fran. Since then, she has been in films such as L'éducatrice et le tyran (1997) (which she also produced) and Morceaux choisis (2000) co-starring Woody Allen. Fran has since divorced her husband Jacobson. She is a cancer survivor and an inspiration to women everywhere.

  • Birthday

    Sep 30, 1957
  • Place of Birth

    Queens, New York City, New York, USA
  • Also known

    Φραν Ντρέσερ

Known For


4 wins & 9 nominations

The Florida Comedy Film Festival
Winner - The Comedy Legend Award
Northeast Film Festival, US
Best Supporting Actress in a Feature Film
Winner - Festival Award
Safe Spaces (2019)
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