Michel Boujenah (born 3 November 1952) is a French actor, comedian, film director and screenwriter.
Michel Boujenah was born on 3 November 1952 in Tunis, Tunisia. He is the brother of Paul Boujenah, a film director, and the uncle of Matthieu Boujenah, a comedian.
Boujenah has appeared in over twenty-five films and almost ten television productions. He has also directed three films and served as screenwriter on four films.
Awards and nominations
- 1985 — won the César Award for Best Supporting Actor for Trois Hommes et un Couffin (in English language – Three Men and a Cradle)
- 1994 — nominated for the César Award for Best Actor for Le Nombril du Monde
- 2004 — nominated for the César Award for Best Debut for Père et Fils (in English language – Father and Sons)
- Mais qu'est ce que j'ai fait au bon dieu pour avoir une femme qui boit dans les cafés avec les hommes ? (1980)
- Trois Hommes et un Couffin (in English language – Three Men and a Cradle) (1985) as Michel, with Roland Giraud, André Dussollier and Coline Serreau
- Tranches de vie (1985) as Michel Lambert
- La dernière image (1986) as Simon Attal
- Les Misérables (1995) as André Ziman with Jean-Paul Belmondo and Ticky Holgado
- XXL (1997) as Alain Berrebi
- Père et fils (in English language – Father and Sons) with Charles Berling, Matthieu Boujenah, Geneviève Brouillette, Pascal Elbé (Most Promising Actor César Awards 2004) and Philippe Noiret
- film presented at the 2003 Toronto International Film Festival
- Monaco : Officer of the Order of Cultural Merit (2004)