Jean-Pierre Mocky

Jean-Pierre Mocky

director, actor, writer

Jean-Pierre Mocky was born on Jul 06, 1929 in France. Jean-Pierre Mocky's big-screen debut came with The Eternal Husband directed by Pierre Billon in 1946, strarring Un garçon d'honneur (uncredited). Jean-Pierre Mocky is known for Rouges étaient les lilas directed by Jean-Pierre Mocky, Delphine Chanéac stars as Charlotte Lenoir and Alice Dufour as Liane Solo. Jean-Pierre Mocky has got 4 awards and 7 nominations so far. The most recent award Jean-Pierre Mocky achieved is Prix Saint-Germain. The upcoming new movie Jean-Pierre Mocky plays is Godard Mon Amour which will be released on Jun 25, 2019.

As an actor he became popular as Albert de Morcerf in a version of Le Comte de Monte Cristo (1954), fame and adulation followed with his Francois in La tête contre les murs (1959). As a director he became famous with anarcho-pictures, brilliant cynic comedies. His preferred actors in all decades were Michel Serrault and Jean Poiret - till the late 80s they were his leading stars. When Jeanne Moreau appeared in Le miraculé (1987), many other leading French screen-stars followed.

  • Birthday

    Jul 06, 1929
  • Place of Birth

    Nice, Alpes-Maritimes, France

Known For


4 wins & 7 nominations

Prix Saint-Germain
Special Jury Prize
Winner - Prix Saint-Germain
À mort l'arbitre! (1984)
Winner - Best Original Idea
À mort l'arbitre! (1984)
Winner - Best Original Idea
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