Danielle Thompson

Danielle Thompson

Producer and screenwriter

She was born January 3, 1942

Place: Monaco

Her daughter: Caroline (psychoanalyst)

She is the daughter of Gérard Oury and Jacqueline Roman

1966 Danièle Thompson debuted with its father Gérard Oury in the creation of the setting of Vadrouille and subsequently in Le Cerveau

1975 Danièle Thompson participated with Jean-Charles Tacchella in the movie Cousin, cousine

1999 She produced her first film "The Belly" with two nominations to the Cesar 2000, Best Opera Prima and Best Screenplay. 

2002 Daniele Thompson did her second film: Decalage Horaire, in which she directed  Jean Reno, Juliette Binoche and Sergio Lopez. 

2003 She Participated with Safy Nebbou in the film "Le Cou de la Giraffe