Jamel Debbouze Net Worth: Jamel Debbouze is a French and Moroccan celebrity, comedian, and producer who has a net worth of $6 million dollars. He’s been active in the film industry since 1992 and received the award for the best actor for the movie Indigenes in the 59th Cannes Film Festival. He now possesses a comedy club in Paris, which focuses on recreational comics. He’s married to his wife, Melissa Theuriau.
June 18, 1975
5' 4¼" (1.63 m)
Actor, Producer, Writer
Lila Debbouze, Léon Debbouze
Ahmed Touzani, Fatima Debbouze
Mohamed Debbouze, Rachid Debbouze, Karim Debbouze, Hayat Debbouze, Nawel Debbouze
Cannes Best Actor Award
César Award for Best Supporting Actor, European Film Award for Best European Comedy
Angel-A, Days of Glory, Amélie, Animal Kingdom: Let's Go Ape, Asterix & Obelix: Mission Cleopatra, Outside the Law, Sur la piste du Marsupilami, One Man and His Cow, Hollywoo, She Hate Me, Let It Rain, 360, Zonzon, Chicken with Plums, Asterix at the Olympic Games, Homeland, The Car Keys, Tout Sur Jamel, The Marchers, The Sky, the Birds and... Yo' Mamma!, Les pierres bleues du désert, Elie annonce Semoun, Les Petits Souliers, Because We Were Born, Granturismo, Y A Du Foutage Dans L'air
Father of a girl named Lila, born on October 2011.
One son with Melissa Theuriau: Léon (b. December 3, 2008).
25 June 2004: carried the Olympic flame in Paris.
He lost his right hand at the age of 15 while playing near the railroad, he got caught by the train, the other boy he was playing with died.
He is working with Gad Elmaleh on a new spectacle based on the Israelian/Palestinian conflict.
His brother is Momo Debbouze. He sometimes casts him in his sketches or in his films.
Debbouze was born in Paris in 1975 to immigrant parents from Taza, Morocco. The family returned to Morocco when he was one year old, but moved back to France in 1979 and eventually settled in Trappes, a western suburb of Paris. He is the eldest of six siblings and holds both, French and Moroccan citizenship.