Jackie Berroyer

Jackie Berroyer was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Berroyer earned a film writing career following such successful contributions to titles such as the drama "Double Messieurs" (1986) with Jean-Francois Stevenin, the Luis Rego comedic adventure "Poule et frites" (1987) and "Les Arcandiers" (1991) with Simon De La Brosse. He also appeared in the comedy "Riens du Tout" (1992) with Fabrice Luchini. In addition to his writing, Berroyer acted in the Jean-Francois Stevenin drama "Cold Moon" (1991) and "Cold Water" (1994). He kept working in film throughout the nineties, starring in "What's So Funny About Me?" (1997), "Tempete dans un verre d'eau" (1998) and the comedy "Ca n'empeche pas les sentiments" (1998) with Philippe Chevalier. He also appeared in the Isabelle Huppert comedy "The Swindle" (1998). In his more recent career, he continued to act in "Jean-Philippe" (2006) with Johnny Hallyday, the horror film "The Ordeal" (2006) with Laurent Lucas and the Albert Dupontel foreign "President" (2006). He also appeared in "Le Deal" (2007) and "Heros" (2007) with Michaël Youn. Most recently, Berroyer acted in "Amour et Turbulences" (2014).