Olivier Megaton

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Olivier Megaton (born Olivier Fontana; 6 August 1965) is a French director, writer, and editor best known for directing The Red Siren, Transporter 3, Colombiana, and Taken 2, and Taken 3. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Olivier Megaton has received more than 239,433 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Olivier Megaton is the 1,266th most popular film director, the 4,164th most popular biography from France and the 138th most popular French Film Director.

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  • 2.11

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Among film directors, Olivier Megaton ranks 1,266 out of 1,580Before him are Peyton Reed, Peter Chan, Alexandre Aja, Daniel Espinosa, Bimal Roy, and Andrea Arnold. After him are Lynn Shelton, François Dupeyron, Šarūnas Bartas, Mahamat Saleh Haroun, Lee Daniels, and Anders Thomas Jensen.

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Among people born in 1965, Olivier Megaton ranks 349Before him are Bjørn Lomborg, Robert Tappan Morris, José Manuel de la Torre, Jam Master Jay, Patrick Roy, and Zetti. After him are Lynn Shelton, Miquel Soler, Tracy Letts, José Manuel Imbamba, Rolf Sørensen, and Rui Barros.

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In France

Among people born in France, Olivier Megaton ranks 4,164 out of 5,234Before him are Patrick Gaillard (1952), Isabelle Caro (1982), Jean-François Domergue (1957), Anthony Réveillère (1979), Jean-Marc Ferreri (1962), and Pierre Pincemaille (1956). After him are François Dupeyron (1950), Bernard Casoni (1961), Christophe Castaner (1966), Gilles Simon (1984), Laurent Robuschi (1935), and Jérôme Rothen (1978).


Among film directors born in France, Olivier Megaton ranks 138Before him are Alain Jessua (1932), Arnaud Desplechin (1960), Bertrand Bonello (1968), Erick Zonca (1956), Catherine Corsini (1956), and Alexandre Aja (1978). After him are François Dupeyron (1950), Noémie Lvovsky (1964), Olivier Dahan (1967), Christophe Honoré (1970), Christophe Barratier (1963), and Bruno Delbonnel (1957).