Jacques Tati (1907–1982)


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The comic genius Jacques Tati was born Taticheff, descended from a noble Russian family. His grandfather, Count Dimitri, had been a general in the Imperial Army and had served as military attaché to the Russian Embassy in Paris. His father, Emmanuel Taticheff, was a well-to-do picture framer who conducted his business in the fashionable Rue de ... See full bio »

Died:

(age 75) in Paris, France

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Nominated for 1 Oscar. Another 10 wins & 8 nominations. See more awards »

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Known For

Playtime Writer
(1967)
Mon Oncle Writer
(1958)
Jour de Fête Writer
(1949)

Filmography

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 2010 The Illusionist (original screenplay)
 2002 Forza Bastia (Documentary short)
 1974 Parade (TV Movie)
 1971 Trafic (original scenario)
  Faces of Paris (TV Mini-Series) (narrative script - 1 episode, 1968) (script - 1 episode, 1968)
- Who Is Monsieur Hulot? (1968) ... (narrative script) / (script)
 1967 Evening Class (Short)
 1967 Playtime (original screenplay)
 1958 Mon Oncle (written by)
 1953 Monsieur Hulot's Holiday (dialogue) / (screenplay) / (story)
 1949 Jour de Fête (writer)
 1947 The School for Postmen (Short)
 1938 Retour à la terre (Short) (writer)
 1936 Watch Your Left (Short) (uncredited)
 1935 Gai dimanche! (Short) (scenario - as Tati)
 1934 On demande une brute (Short) (scenario and dialogue - as J. Tati)
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5 Print Biographies | 1 Portrayal | 3 Interviews | 13 Articles | 1 Magazine Cover Photo | See more »

Official Sites:

Official Site

Alternate Names:

Mr. Hulot | J. Tati | Zak Tati | Tati

Height:

6' 3" (1.91 m)
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[on his attitude towards cars] Well, first of all, they change the personality of people. Take a very nice gentleman whom you'll meet in a bar: as soon as he gets in his car, he changes absolutely; he has to be very strong not to change. Secondly, the more the engineers work for us, the less we have to do when we drive a car, . . before, people participated in the driving; they knew by the sound ... See more »

Trivia:

Interviewed in "World Directors in Dialogue" by Bert Cardullo (Scarecrow Press, 2011). See more »

Trademark:

Used an unique sound design in most of his films: almost all dialogue (except for the most essential lines) is toned down to the background. However, sounds that are crucial in comic gags are amplified. See more »

Star Sign:

Libra

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