Known for his world-famous “Taxi” serial films shot one after the other in the early 2000s, Samy Naceri is still in Turkey. Naceri was in Nişantaşı Citys the day before, visiting historical places in Istanbul, where he came for a film interview.
WE WILL MAKE A FILM IN TURKEY
The famous French actor, who bought a new line from a mobile phone operator in store with his manager who accompanies him, answered questions from journalists at the exit.
Explaining that she was planning to shoot a movie in Turkey with her son, who is an actor in France, and that is why business negotiations are continuing, the actress used the following statements:
HERE IS THE ONLY TURKISH ACTOR WATCHED
“I don’t know the actors in Turkey very well. I only saw Aras Bulut İynemli’s film here and I liked it. Maybe I can shoot a film here, interview him and visit some locations.”
“POLITICAL ISSUES ARE NOT ME”
Samy Naceri, on questions about the problem of taxis in Istanbul, said: “I don’t want to go into this subject, I also don’t like to talk about political problems in my country, France. Political problems are not not for me”.
WHO IS SAMY NACERI? OR? WHAT FILMS HAS HE PLAYED IN?
Samy Naceri, who made a name for himself with the Taxi series in which he played the main role, was born in the 4th arrondissement of Paris to an Algerian Kabyle father and a French mother.
Samy Naceri has a son named Julian, born in 1995. He is married to actress Marie Guillard. In November 2005, Naceri attacked the 22-year-old in a Parisian restaurant and threw an ashtray in his face. The actor was found guilty of this attack and spent two months in prison. It was released in February 2006.
In January 2007, he was charged with attempted stabbing murder of a security guard in Aix-en-Provence. He was sentenced to 9 months in prison for violence (6 months suspended) and also to 1 month in prison for attacking two guards in a medical center where he was being treated for a drug overdose.
Later, in 2011, he was sentenced to a total of five years in prison, including three years and eight months suspended for stabbing and injuring his ex-girlfriend’s boyfriend. Naceri had previously been tried for drug use and violence. The convictions were each time accompanied by suspended sentences and fines.
1989: The French Revolution directed by Robert Enrico and Richard T. Heffron1994: Léon directed by Luc Besson
1994: Brothers directed by Olivier Dahan
1995: Vice-director Zak Fishman’s coup
1995: Rai directed by Thomas Gilou
1996: Malik the cursed director Youcef Hamidi
1996: The Legend of Dédé directed by Antonio Olivares
1997: Move! director Jérôme Cornuau
1997: Something else to fuck than love directed by Carole Giacobbi
1998: Taxi director Gérard Pirès
1998: Cantique de la racaille directed by Vincent Ravalec
1999: A pure moment of rock’n’roll by director Manuel Boursinhac
1999: One for All directed by Claude Lelouch
2000: Taxi 2 director Gérard Krawczyk
2000: There, my country directed by Alexandre Arcady
2001: Tom Thumb directed by Olivier Dahan
2001: Wasp’s Nest (Le Nid) directed by Florent-Emilio Siri
2001: The Wonderful Odyssey of the Idiot toboggan directed by Vincent Ravalec
2001: La Repentie directed by Laetitia Masson
2001: Ferocious directed by Gilles de Maistre
2002: La Mentale directed by Manuel Boursinhac
2002: Concerto for a violin conducted by Gilles de Maistre
2002: Disappeared director Gilles de Maistre
2002: Flying carpet director Youcef Hamidi
2003: Taxi 3 directed by Gérard Krawczyk
2003: Finding Nemo directed by Andrew Stanton
2004: Banlieue 13 director Pierre Morel
2004: Bab el web director Merzak Allouache
2006: Indigenous people director Rachid Bouchareb
2007: Taxi 4 director Gérard Krawczyk
2008: Dolls and Angels directed by Nora Hamidi
2012: What the day owes to the night, directed by Alexandre Arcady
2013: Tip Top
2013: My sinless sin (MV)