Jean Dujardin

Jean Dujardin

Highest Rated: 95% The Artist (2011)

Lowest Rated: 30% The Players (2014)

Birthday: Jun 19, 1972

Birthplace: Not Available

French actor and comedian Jean Dujardin has brought such undeniable leading-man charm to his career on-screen that it may come as a surprise that he didn't decide to become an actor early on. Raised in a commune outside of Paris, Dujardin worked for his family's construction company after high school. He became interested in show business later, while he was serving his mandatory military service. Dujardin eventually developed a one-man show, which he performed in pubs and cabarets, before transitioning to the screen in 1999 when he began appearing on the French TV series Un gars, une fille. Dujardin was a hit with audiences, and prominent movie roles soon followed, notably with 2005's Brice de Nice and 2006's OSS 117: Cairo, Nest of Spies. He remained one of the most famous actors of the French screen in the years that followed, but American audiences eventually came to know the performer as well when he starred in 2011's critical smash The Artist. A throwback to the early days of film, the movie transcended the language barrier quite easily, as it was silent. The film racked up numerous awards, as did Dujardin for his performance -- including an Academy Award for Best Actor. He next co-directed, co-produced, co-wrote and starred in 2012's Les Infidèles (The Players), and took on a supporting role in Martin Scorsese's The Wolf of Wall Street (2013).

Highest Rated Movies



85% Deerskin Georges 2020
77% An Officer and a Spy (J'accuse) Actor 2019
No Score Yet I Feel Good Jacques 2018
80% Return of the Hero (Le Retour du Héros) Actor 2018
No Score Yet Chacun sa vie Jean, le flic 2017
No Score Yet Sahara Actor 2017
No Score Yet Brice 3 Brice de Nice 2016
39% Up for Love (Un homme à la hauteur) Alexandre 2016
78% The Connection Pierre Michel $0.2M 2015
No Score Yet Un + une Actor 2015
30% The Players Fred / Olivier / François / Laurent / James $7.2K 2014
30% The Monuments Men Jean Claude Clermont $67.3M 2014
79% The Wolf of Wall Street Jean-Jacques Saurel $91.4M 2013
No Score Yet Möbius Moïse/Gregory Lyubov 2013
42% Little White Lies Ludo $0.2M 2012
95% The Artist George Valentin $44.7M 2011
80% The Clink Of Ice (Le Bruit Des Glacons) Charles 2011
75% OSS 117: Rio ne répond plus (Lost in Rio) Hubert Bonisseur de la Bath/OSS 117 2010
No Score Yet A View Of Love (Un Balcon Sur La Mer) Marc Palestro 2010
No Score Yet Lucky Luke Lucky Luke 2009
No Score Yet Man and His Dog (Un homme et son chien) Worker 2008
77% OSS 117: Le Caire Nid d'Espions (OSS 117: Cairo, Nest of Spies) Hubert Bonisseur de La Bath, alias OSS 117 $89.3K 2008
No Score Yet Ca$h (Cash) Cash 2008
No Score Yet 99 francs Octave Parango 2007
No Score Yet Counter Investigation Richard Malinowski 2007
No Score Yet Il ne faut jurer... de rien! Actor 2005
No Score Yet L'Amour aux trousses Actor 2005
No Score Yet The Brice Man Brice Brice Agostini, dit Brice de Nice Screenwriter 2005
No Score Yet Les Dalton (The Daltons) Actor 2004
No Score Yet Le convoyeur Jacques 2004
No Score Yet Rien de grave Actor 2004
No Score Yet Bienvenue chez les Rozes (Welcome to the Roses) MG 2003
No Score Yet Toutes les filles sont folles (All Girls Are Crazy) Actor 2003


Brice says: Axed!

Doris says: I'm unhappy. George Valentin: So are millions of us.

George Valentin says: So are millions of us.

Peppy Miller says: Out with the old, in with the new! That's life!

George Valentin says: *leaves his chair and motions towards it* I've made way for you.

Doris says: I'm unhappy George.

George Valentin says: So are millions of us.

George Valentin says: [in a strong French accent] "With pleasure!"

George Valentin says: [in a strong French accent] With pleasure!

Peppy Miller says: [answer to question at interview] out with the old and make way for the new, that's life.

George Valentin says: [after getting up and gesturing to his chair] I've made way for you.

Al Zimmer says: [after seeing sound movie demonstration] Don't laugh George this is the future!

George Valentin says: [after laughing] If that's the future you can have it.

George Valentin says: With pleasure.

George Valentin says: [looks at Peppy Miller's photo] Fresh meat...

George Valentin says: [Only words spoken in the film] With pleasure.

Doris says: I'm unhappy.

George Valentin says: So are millions of us.

George Valentin says: Look at what you've become. You've become proud! You've become stupid!

George Valentin says: Faewell Norma, I never loved you

George Valentin says: Farewell Norma, I never loved you.