Jacky Ido
French actor
Jacky Ido
Jacky Ido is a Burkina Faso-born French film actor. His first role was as Lemalian in the 2005 German film, The White Masai. He is best known to English-language audiences for his role as Marcel, the film projectionist in Quentin Tarantino's 2009 film, Inglourious Basterds. Ido's brother Cedric Ido who is also an actor has directed him in the short Hasaki Ya Suda. Jacky Ido works and resides in Paris, France and is working on an album of slam poetry.
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‘Forever’ Canceled: ABC Cancels ‘Forever,’ ‘The Taste’ In Bold Move
The Inquisitor - almost 2 years
Forever, canceled by ABC late Thursday, May 7, is just one of the shows getting the ax. ABC canceled Forever, The Taste, Cristela, and Resurrection in a move that seemed to clear the decks for the network. As reported by EW.com, “the moves come amid a frantic series of verdicts on new and returning shows made by the network.” Though the ratings of these shows might be good for other networks, they just weren’t the level of viewers that ABC was looking to draw. EW.com reported the average number of viewers for each of the three dramas. “The three scripted titles were modestly rated by ABC standards, with Forever delivering about 7.9 million viewers including DVR playback, Cristela bringing in 6.1 million, and Resurrection earning 6.9 million.” It might seem a bit surprising to fans of Forever, that the show was bringing in about eight million viewers a week and still got canceled by ABC. It becomes a bit more explanatory when taking a look at what ABC has ordered for the 2015-16 ...
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ABC Orders The Muppets and Ken Jeong Comedies, Oil Boom, '80s L.A. Crime, FBI Dramas, and More
Yahoo News - almost 2 years
If you like days when networks pick up new shows, then today was your favorite day ever. Networks got a headstart on the Upfronts by ordering several new shows, and ABC just made the biggest order of them all! The Alphabet added three new comedies and six new dramas to its 2015-2016 season, including a reboot of The Muppets and another Shonda Rhimes drama. Stay busy, girl! Let's start with the comedies before things get too serious. The Muppets follows the personal lives of Jim Henson's lovable puppets in and out of the show that made them famous in a documentary-style presentation. We'll be witness to their love lives, professional aspirations, and everything in between. It's billed as a more adult take on The Muppets, but also kid friendly. Ummm, okay! Dr. Ken stars Community's Ken Jeong as a brilliant doctor with terrible bedside manner. But that's not all! He's also a husband and father of two, and he has a propensity for driving those around him crazy. Suzy Nakamura, Tisha-Campbel ...
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Lockout Review
HeyUGuys.co.uk - almost 5 years
Lockout hits UK cinemas today and stars Guy Pearce as Snow, a former  government agent agent who is framed for a crime that he didn’t commit. When convicted, he’s sent to MS-1, a maximum security prison which is in orbit between Earth and the moon. While doing his best to avoid capture and then ultimately to prove his innocence, a riot ensures on MS-1 during an inspection by the president’s daughter (Maggie Grace) and there’s only one man who can save the day! You guess it, Guy Pearce to the rescue! Lockout comes from the mind of Luc Besson who we’ve come to expect great things from and Lockout most definitely doesn’t disappoint. James Mather and Stephen St. Leger co-direct the film adding different elements to what we see on screen as James is far more cinematographer based with Stephen focused much more around the performance and general look of the film. It’s completely bonkers (but brilliant) from start to finish but every beat and sarcastic line delivered by Guy Pearce is better ...
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Review: <i>Lockout</i> Delivers Distinctly 1990s-style B-movie Action Goods
Moviefone Blog - almost 5 years
Lockout 2012 95 minutes rated PG-13 by Scott Mendelson The funniest moment in Lockout, especially in hindsight, is a credit that appears which states that the film is 'based on an original idea by Luc Besson.'  Written and directed by James Mather and Stephen St. Leger, the film is the sort of genre rip-off that is so old that it almost feels new again.  This film is as unoriginal as a movie can be without being a sequel, remake, or reboot.  That it is none of those things inspires a token amount of warm feelings, which in turn says something about the state of the industry.  Guy Pearce may be attempting to create a new Snake Plissken, but the film's template is pure unadulterated Die Hard.  More than that, Lockout feels less like a riff on Die Hard than a science-fiction and comparatively large-budget variation on the countless direct-to-VHS Die Hard rip-offs that prospered during the uber-late hours of HBO-5 or Showtime-6 just before DVD hit the mainstream.  W ...
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Lockout First 5 Minutes!
Movies Web - almost 5 years
Open Road Films has released three clips and two international posters for Lockout, which debuts in theaters nationwide April 13. Guy Pearce stars in this thriller from directors James Mather and Stephen St. Leger, as an ex-convict who gets a dangerous shot at redemption by taking on a mission to rescue the President's daughter (Maggie Grace). Watch the first five minutes from this outer space action tale, plus check out two more clips and the international one-sheets. Lockout - First 5 Minutes Lockout - Mouth to Mouth Lockout comes to theaters April 13th, 2012 and stars Guy Pearce, Maggie Grace, Vincent Regan, Joseph Gilgun, Lennie James, Peter Stormare, Jacky Ido, Tim Plester. The film is directed by James Mather, Stephen St. Leger.
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Claude Lelouch recorre à velha fórmula em "Esses Amores" - Último Segundo - iG
Google News - over 5 years
Depois do fim da guerra e de pagar o preço por sua ligação com o inimigo, Ilva divide-se na paixão, agora por dois soldados americanos (Jacky Ido e Gilles Lemaire). Um caso que a coloca em grandes apuros, desemboca num imbróglio criminal e, por fim,
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Ganovenversteck an der Tongrube - Märkische Allgemeine
Google News - over 5 years
Produzent Boris Schönfelder machte sie mit Regisseurin Hermine Huntgeburth, Hauptdarsteller Leon Seide (Huck) sowie Jacky Ido (Neger Jim) bekannt. Für die Bundestagsabgeordnete waren diese Begegnungen ganz nah dran an einem Teil ihrer
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Dreharbeiten: Gwisdek und Krömer als Betrüger - Berliner Morgenpost
Google News - over 5 years
Jacky Ido spielt Hucks Reisegefährten, den Sklaven Jim. Im Winter 2012/2013 kommt &quot;Huck Finn&quot; ins Kino. Bereits am 17. November startet &quot;Tom Sawyer&quot;, der erste Teil nach Mark Twains Abenteuergeschichte
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"Huck Finn" in Sachsen-Anhalt - MDR
Google News - over 5 years
August Diehl ist in der Rolle von Hucks Vater zu sehen, Peter Lohmeyer als Richter Thatcher. Henry Hübchen, Milan Peschel und Andreas Schmidt agieren im Film als skrupellose Sklavenjäger. Jacky Ido spielt Hucks Reisegefährten, den Sklaven Jim
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V COMME VIAN - France 2
Google News - over 5 years
Distribution : Laurent Lucas (Boris Vian), Myriam Moraly (Juliette Greco), Jacky Ido (Vemon), Christophe Salengro (Miqueut), Julie Gayet (Michelle Vian), Bernard Le Coq (Raymond Queneau), Anne-Lena Strasse (Ursula Kubler-Vian), Arnaud Simon (Le major),
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E-Love avec Anne Consigny sur Arte - Le Figaro
Google News - almost 6 years
Antoine Chappey (Alex), Carlo Brandt (Nathan), Carole Franck (Rachel), Alain Libolt (Atypic 44), Serge Renko (Olivier), Jacky Ido (Black Charles), et Maher Kamoun (Mounir), font aussi partie du casting
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Win What War May Bring on DVD - HeyUGuys.co.uk
Google News - almost 6 years
Over 10 years in production, Academy Award-winning director Claude Lelouch celebrates his 50th anniversary of film-making with WHAT WAR MAY BRING, an epic World War II film, starring Dominique Pinon (Micmacs, Alien: Resurrection) and Jacky Ido
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Jacky Ido
    THIRTIES
  • 2009
    Age 31
    He is best known to English-language audiences for his role as Marcel, the film projectionist in Quentin Tarantino's 2009 film, Inglourious Basterds.
    More Details Hide Details Ido's brother Cedric Ido who is also an actor has directed him in the short Hasaki Ya Suda. Jacky Ido works and resides in Paris, France and is working on an album of slam poetry.
  • TWENTIES
  • 2005
    Age 27
    His first role was as Lemalian in the 2005 German film, The White Masai.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1977
    Born
    Born on May 14, 1977.
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