Jean-Pierre Bacri

1951 - 2021

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Jean-Pierre Bacri (24 May 1951 – 18 January 2021) was a French actor and screenwriter. He frequently worked in collaboration with Agnès Jaoui. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Jean-Pierre Bacri has received more than 230,232 page views. Her biography is available in 25 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 21 in 2019). Jean-Pierre Bacri is the 3,447th most popular actor (down from 3,046th in 2019), the 106th most popular biography from Algeria (down from 94th in 2019) and the 13th most popular Algerian Actor.

Memorability Metrics

  • 230k

    Page Views (PV)

  • 50.35

    Historical Popularity Index (HPI)

  • 25

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 1.68

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 4.40

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

Page views of Jean-Pierre Bacris by language

Over the past year Jean-Pierre Bacri has had the most page views in the with 521,890 views, followed by English (21,291), and German (7,315). In terms of yearly growth of page views the top 3 wikpedia editions are Catalan (118.97%), Haitian (106.16%), and Azerbaijani (84.68%)


Among actors, Jean-Pierre Bacri ranks 3,447 out of 13,578Before her are Jean Marsh, Jimmy Fallon, Irrfan Khan, Alexis Bledel, Valentina Vargas, and Anna Paquin. After her are Kelly LeBrock, Patsy Kensit, Brenda Strong, Željko Ivanek, Hans Clarin, and Elizabeth Wilson.

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Among people born in 1951, Jean-Pierre Bacri ranks 261Before her are Lee Nak-yeon, Roscoe Tanner, Michael Freedman, Stephen Root, Kim Young-ae, and Zalmay Khalilzad. After her are Marijan Beneš, Patrick Allen, Jimi Jamison, Nick Ut, Shigemi Ishii, and Bob McAdoo. Among people deceased in 2021, Jean-Pierre Bacri ranks 289Before her are Jean-François Stévenin, Henry Darrow, Angelica Bella, Andrej Hoteev, Bunny Wailer, and Danilo Popivoda. After her are Alexandre José Maria dos Santos, Peter R. de Vries, Johnny Pacheco, Jessica Walter, Carlos Marín, and Mustafa Ben Halim.

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In Algeria

Among people born in Algeria, Jean-Pierre Bacri ranks 106 out of 213Before her are Djamel Zidane (1955), Cheb Mami (1966), Abdelaziz Belkhadem (1945), Sofia Boutella (1982), Biyouna (1952), and Ali Benflis (1944). After her are Boualem Sansal (1949), Solveig Dommartin (1961), Rachid Mekhloufi (1936), Mohammed Lakhdar-Hamina (1934), Abdelaziz Ben Tifour (1927), and Kad Merad (1964).

Among ACTORS In Algeria

Among actors born in Algeria, Jean-Pierre Bacri ranks 13Before her are Françoise Fabian (1933), Françoise Arnoul (1931), Patrick Bruel (1959), Alain Chabat (1958), Pierre Blanchar (1892), and Sofia Boutella (1982). After her are Solveig Dommartin (1961), Anne Alvaro (1951), and Valérie Benguigui (1961).

Television and Movie Roles

C'est la vie!
Max is a battle-weary veteran of the wedding-planning racket. His latest — and last — gig is a hell of a fête, involving stuffy period costumes for the caterers, a vain, hyper- sensitive singer who thinks he's a Gallic James Brown, and a morose, micromanaging groom determined to make Max's night as miserable as possible. But what makes the affair too bitter to endure is that Max's colleague and ostensible girlfriend, Joisette, seems to have written him off, coolly going about her professional duties while openly flirting with a much younger server. It's going to be a very long night… especially once the groom's aerial serenade gets underway.
Jean-Pierre Costa
Jean-Pierre Costa is a football manager upon whom fate appears not to be smiling. First, a friend, Annabelle, dumps a pet Labrador named Didier on him whilst she goes off to make a report in Los Angeles. Next, one of his star players is injured, leaving him one player short for a crucial match. As if things could not get any worse, Costa wakes up one morning to find that that Didier has been transformed into a man...
The Taste of Others
Jean-Charles Castella
Unpolished and ultra-pragmatic industrialist Jean-Jacques Castella reluctantly attends Racine's tragedy "Berenice" in order to see his niece play a bit part. He is taken with the play's strangely familiar-looking leading lady Clara Devaux. During the course of the show, Castella soon remembers that he once hired and then promptly fired the actress as an English language tutor. He immediately goes out and signs up for language lessons. Thinking that he is nothing but an ill-tempered philistine with bad taste, Clara rejects him until Castella charms her off her feet.