Jérémy Ferrari (born 6 April 1985) is a French comedian and radio/television presenter. He is known for his black comedy. In his comedic sketches, he deals with racism, xenophobia, misogyny, and other forms of discrimination.
Ferrari grew up in the Ardennes, in the commune of Charleville-Mézières. His parents were born in Italy and worked in local shops. In high school, Ferrari dropped out in order to study theater and comedy in more detail. At a young age, he began to tour and present his first one-man show, De sketches en sketches, and at the age of seventeen, he went to Paris to study in the Cours Florent drama school.
A well known comedian in France, he shares an on-stage rivalry with comedian Arnaud Tsamère.
- De sketches en sketches
- Moi, méchant ?
- Les Wesh
- Deux chaises vides, a play by Bertrand Matthieu, in which he played the poet Arthur Rimbaud
- Mes 7 péchés capitaux
- Hallelujah Bordel ! (released on DVD November 2013)
- Festival d'Avignon
- Festival du Rire
- La tournée du trio, with Arnaud Tsamere and Baptiste Lecaplain
- 2005 : Morning Café, M6
- 2010 - 2012 : On n'demande qu'à en rire, France 2
- 2011 : On a tout révisé, France 2
- 2011 : On n'est pas couché, France 2
- 2012 - 2013 : ONDAR Show, France 2
- 2013 : Présentation de la météo le 11 avril 2013 au Grand Journal
- 2013 : Carte blanche à Jérémy Ferrari et Arnaud Tsamère, France 4
- 2013 : Touche pas à mon poste !, D8
- 2013 : Le Marrakech du rire 3, M6 (TV channel)
- 2014 : L'Émission pour tous, France 2