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Annie Cordy

Annie Cordy
File:Annie Cordy Cannes.jpg
Annie Cordy in 2001.
Born Léonie Cooreman
(1928-06-16) 16 June 1928 (age 87)
Laeken, Belgium
Occupation Actress, Comedian, Singer, Dancer, Baroness
Years active 1948–present

Baroness Léonie Cooreman, known under the stage name Annie Cordy (born 16 June 1928), is a Belgian film actress and singer. She has appeared in 50 films since 1954. She has staged many memorable appearances at Bruno Coquatrix' famous Paris Olympia. Her version of "La Ballade de Davy Crockett" was number 1 in the charts for five weeks in France in August 1956.

She was born in Laeken, Belgium, where in 2004, King Albert II of Belgium bestowed upon her the title of Baroness in recognition for her life's achievements.[where?]


Her father's name was Cornelius January Cooreman and her mother, Maria de Leeuw. She has a brother, Louis, and a sister, Jeanne.

At eight years, her mother enrolled her in a dance class. She learn piano and music theory, while pursuing her studies, and participates in charity galas. Between numbers danced, she sang the hits of the moment. Very soon, everything follows: radio hooks, contests ... Immediately noticed by the artistic director of Le Lido who manages to convince her to leave Brussels, her hometown, Annie Cordy arrives in Paris on 1 May 1950, hired as a lead dancer.

1952–1960: the beginning

She record her firsts song in 1952 ("Les Trois Bandits de Napoli","Quand c'est aux autos de passer","La bourrée d'Auvergne montagnarde"), and made her debut in the musical with "La Route fleurie", alongside Georges Guétary and Bourvil. This lasted until 1955.

Then she made her film debut in 1953 when she appeared as herself in "Boum sur Paris", next to Jacques Pills, Armand Bernard.
That same year, she had her first success in the song, with "Bonbons, caramels, esquimaux, chocolats" or "Léon".

In 1954 she starred in Poisson d'avril as Charlotte Dupuy, alongside her friend Bourvil, Louis de Funès, Denise Grey and Maurice Biraud. The film was a big success with almost 3 million entries.[1]
She also play Madame Langlois in Sacha Guitry's Royal Affairs in Versailles, with Michel Auclair, Jean-Pierre Aumont, Jean-Louis Barrault, Bourvil, Gino Cervi, Claudette Colbert, Nicole Courcel, Daniel Gélin, Jean Marais, Gisèle Pascal, Édith Piaf, Gérard Philipe, Micheline Presle, Tino Rossi, Orson Welles and Nicole Maurey. The film was a huge success and was the #1 in France in 1954.[2] Today, it's still one of the most successful French film, it is at the #88 place of all time in term of entries at the Box Office.[3]

In 1955 her song "Fleur de Papillon" become a hit.
She also star in two motion picture. First, Bonjour sourire directed by Claude Sautet, with Henri Salvador, Louis de Funès, Darry Cowl and Jean Carmet. And then, an Italian comedy Beautiful but Dangerous in which she just appeared.

In 1956 she starred as Cri-Cri in Le Chanteur de Mexico, directed by Richard Pottier, with Luis Mariano, Bourvil and Fernando Rey. The film was again a big success, with almost 5,000,000 entries, and it was #5 at the 1956's box office[4] and #247 of all time in France.[5]
At the same time she had a musical hit with the French version of The Ballad of Davy Crockett, which stay number 1 for 5 weeks in France in August 1956.

In 1957 she play Titine in the 1957's version of Victor and Victoria, directed by Karl Anton. That same year, she made her second musical, "Tête de linotte" with Jean Richard whose lasted in 1960.

In 1958 she made some other musical hit, like "Hello le soleil brille" from the movie The Bridge on the River Kwai or "Docteur miracle".
For the cinema, she's back in "Tabarin", where she play Mimi, under the direction of Richard Pottier for the second time. She is the leading role, and starred alongside Michel Piccoli, Sylvia Lopez, Mischa Auer, Germaine Damar, Jean Lefebvre and Isabelle Corey.

In 1959 she had several musical success, like her version of "Petite Fleur", "Salade de fruits" or "Cigarettes, Whisky et P'tites Pépées" from the movie with the same name. She starred in this movie, with Pierre Mondy, Nadine de Rothschild, Jean Carmet, Jean Richard and Franco Interlenghi.

In 1960 she play in Robert Vernay's "Tête folle". She's next to Jean Richard.

1961–1970: the decade of musicals

From 1961 to 1964 she starred in her third musical, alongside Luis Mariano, nammed "Visa pour l'amour". This musical features the hit "Visa pour l'amour".

In 1964 she sing the hit song "Six Roses".

From 1965 to 1967, she had the leading female part in "Ouah ! Ouah !", an other musical with Bourvil. This musical features the hit "Le p'tit coup de chance".
At the same time, she's back in cinema, she play Lily in Ces dames s'en mêlent, directed by Raoul André, with Eddie Constantine and Nino Ferrer. She also made a cameo in "L'or du duc" directed by Jacques Baratier, with Claude Rich, Danielle Darrieux, Elsa Martinelli, Pierre Brasseur, Jean Richard and Charles Trenet.

In 1967, she play Maryse in "Ces messieurs de la famille", directed by Raoul André, with Francis Blanche, Michel Serrault, Darry Cowl, Jean Poiret, Jean Yanne, Michel Galabru and Eddie Constantine.

In 1968 she starred in "Pic et Pioche", a musical with her friend Darry Cowl.

In 1969 she play Mme Marthe in "Le bourgeois gentil mec". It's the third time that she's directed by Raoul André, and the movie starred also Jean Lefebvre, Darry Cowl, Francis Blanche and Bella Darvi.

The 1970 year was very successful for Annie Cordy, she runs for the fourth time with Raoul André in the movie "Ces messieurs de la gâchette", a sequel of "Ces messieurs de la famille". She signed on for her role as Maryse, and the movie starred Francis Blanche, Jean Poiret, Michel Serrault, Darry Cowl, Micheline Dax and Patrice Laffont.
She also play for René Clément, the role of Juliette in Rider on the Rain, alongside Marlène Jobert, Charles Bronson, Jill Ireland and Gabriele Tinti. The movie knows a big success, it was the #3 movie at the box-office in 1970, in France.[6]
That same year, she also turn for Claude Chabrol as Mme. Pinelli in The Breach. She starred alongside Stéphane Audran, Jean-Pierre Cassel, Michel Bouquet and Jean Carmet.
After all this success in cinema, she also had a musical hit this year : "Le Chouchou de mon Coeur"

1971–1980: success on all edge

In 1971 she play Nelly in Le Chat directed by Pierre Granier-Deferre. The film starred also Jean Gabin and Simone Signoret. The film was good received with more than one million entries.[7] She also start, this same year a new musical, "Indien vaut mieux que deux tu l'auras", where she starred with Pierre Doris.

In 1972 she starred in the leading role of Hello, Dolly!'s French version. She also play in "Les galets d'Étretat" as Brigitte. The movie is directed by Sergio Gobbi and starred Virna Lisi. Then, she play Andrée in "Les portes de feu", alongside Emmanuelle Riva and Jacques Balutin.

In 1973, she play Nina in Tre per una grande rapina, with Michel Constantin and Adolfo Celi. She also play in "La dernière bourrée à Paris", where she finds for the fifth time, the director Raoul André and she starred alongside Francis Blanche, Roger Coggio, Micheline Dax, Michel Galabru, Marion Game and Tony Kendall. She play in "Elle court, elle court la banlieue" directed by Gérard Pirès and starring Marthe Keller, Jacques Higelin, Robert Castel, Ginette Leclerc, Claude Piéplu, Alice Sapritch, Victor Lanoux, Daniel Prévost, Coluche, Diane Kurys and Miou-Miou. The film was a success with more than a million and a half entries.[8]

In 1974, she released La bonne du curé. This song will become a classic and is one of her greatest success with over one million singles sold in France and more than two million worldwide.[9] At the same time, she continues to make movie like "Les gaspards", directed by Pierre Tchernia and starring Michel Serrault, Philippe Noiret, Michel Galabru, Charles Denner, Gérard Depardieu, Chantal Goya, Roger Carel, Daniel Ivernel, Jean Carmet and Gérard Hernandez. She also play Pupa in the Italian movie Commissariato di notturna, directed by [[Guido Leoni (director)#REDIRECTmw:Help:Magic words#Other
This page is a soft redirect.Guido Leoni]] (it) and starring Rosanna Schiaffino, Gastone Moschin, George Ardisson, Emma Danieli, Giacomo Furia, Gisela Hahn, Leopoldo Trieste, Maurice Ronet, Luciano Salce, Carlo Giuffré, Aldo Bufi Landi, Jean Lefebvre, Michele Gammino, Roger Coggio, Nerina Montagnani, Lorenzo Piani, Luciano Rossi, Bruno Scipioni and Alfredo Varelli.

In 1975, she starred in the leading role of Souvenir of Gibraltar, directed by Henri Xhonneux and starring also Eddie Constantine. She also play Isabelle's mother in "Isabelle devant le désir", starring Jean Rochefort, Anicée Alvina and Mathieu Carrière. This same year, she also had several musical hit : "Ya kasiti", "Jane la tarzane" and one of her most famous hit, "Frida Oum Papa".

In 1976, she's back in a musical named "Nini la chance", in which she had the leading part and who was a huge succes. There is an other musical hit from this musical : "Nini la Chance". She also had some others hit, this same year with "La Bébête", "Dis pourquoi tu me bats Léon" and "Ca ira mieux demain" who became cult. She starred in High Street, a movie directed by André Ernotte in which she had the leading part and she play alongside Mort Shuman and Elliot Tiber.

In 1977, she play the Baronne Jacinthe de la Tronchembiais, in the first and only movie directed by Guy Lux, Drôles de zèbres. The movie also starred Sim, Alice Sapritch, Patrick Préjean, Raymond Bussières, Katia Tchenko, Léon Zitrone, Petula Clark, Coluche and Claude François. The director and writer Michel Audiard said about Annie that he was sorry she sings bullshit songs, because she made impressive duet with Bourvil, he think she's a wonderful blues singer and a great actres and she deserved to sing a way better song.[10]

In 1978, she released an other musical hit who became a classic, "Qui qu'en veut". This same year, she made her first television movie. First, she play in "Le bel indifférent" from a Jean Cocteau's play, starring alongside Alain Delon. Then, she play in a Molière's The Miser television adaptation. She play Frosine, alongside Henri Virlojeux and Paul Préboist.

In 1980, she had several musical success, like "Senorita Raspa", "La Coupe à Ratcha", "L'Artiste" and "Ma plus jolie chanson" but her most successful title was "Tata Yoyo" who became an other of her cult song.

1981–1990: a confirmed star

In 1981, she play Mme Hortense in the TV Movie written by Didier Decoin, "Les fiançailles de feu", alongside Pierre Malet and Paul Le Person. She also play the leading role in the TV Movie "Madame Sans-Gêne", adaptation of Victorien Sardou's play, in which she play with Raoul Billerey. This same year she made her debut On Stage with the same play, "Madame Sans-Gêne".

In 1982, she's back with her last musical "Envoyez la musique", in which she had the leading part. This same year on Television, she led her own TV Series, "Madame S.O.S.", during a season. She play alongside Jean-Pierre Darras and Jeanne Herviale. The series's soundtrack, "Si j'étais le soleil", was singing by Annie. She had also an other musical success with "Nini Pompon".

In 1983, after six years of absence in cinema, she is back with "Le braconnier de Dieu", directed by Jean-Pierre Darras, in which she play the leading female part. The movie also starred Pierre Mondy, Jean Lefebvre, Michel Galabru, Daniel Ceccaldi, Catherine Allégret, Rosy Varte, Odette Laure, Marthe Mercadier, Paul Préboist and Roger Pierre. Annie had an other musical succes with the song "Le rock à Médor".

In 1985, she had an other musical hit who became a cult hit : Cho Ka Ka O.

In 1986, she appeared principaly in Theater, with three play in one year. First as Madame de Sévigné, in the play of the same name, in which she play the center role. Then, she play in "La Mienne s'appelait Régine" at the Théâtre de l'Œuvre. And finally, she play in "Merci Apolline", an original play.

In 1987, she resumed the classic play "Madame Sans-Gene", that she had already played in 1981, on stage and on a TV Movie.

In 1989, she appeared in one episode of the French TV Series, "Le bonheur d'en face", in which she play Irène Lecoin, in an episode directed by Teff Erhat. She also starred in the play "Mademoiselle Plume", in the leading role.

In 1990, she's back in cinema after seven years of break with the movie "Un été après l'autre". She play alongside Paul Crauchet, Jean-Paul Comart and Jean-Yves Berteloot. Her performance was praised by the critics and she won the Best Actress Award at the "Festivals de Digne". This same year, she had the leading role in the TV Series "Orages d'été", in which she play during nine episodes, next to Gérard Klein, Claire Nebout, Jacques Dufilho, Pierre Vaneck and Patachou. She's also present on Stage with the play "Sacrée Gladys", in which she had the leading role, next to Jacques Balutin.

1991–2000: more actress than singer

Even if she continue to give concert and that musical compilation are released with her passt album, she's more present on television as an actress.

After two years of break, she's back in 1993, when she appeared in the TV Series "Inspecteur Médeuze", next to Francis Perrin, Christophe Bourseiller, Jacques Seiler and Mouss Diouf.

1994, was a big year for Annie. First, she starred in the movie La Vengeance d'une blonde, directed by Jeannot Szwarc, and with Christian Clavier, Marie-Anne Chazel, Clémentine Célarié, Thierry Lhermitte, Marc de Jonge, Philippe Khorsand, Angelo Infanti and Urbain Cancelier. It was a big succes with more than two millions of entries at the Box Office. It was the fourth most successful French film of the year 1994 in France, behind An indian in the city, Léon: The Professional and La Cité de la peur.[11] She play Bertoune, the center character, in the TV Movie "La fille du roi", starring also Raoul Billerey. This same year, she appeared in two play. First, "Six heures au plus tard" with Xavier Percy and then "La Célestine" with Gérard Chambre. In both play, she had the leading character.

In 1995, she play in her first Short, "Vroum-vroum", written by Eduardo Manet, in which she starred next to Michael Lonsdale, Claire Nebout and Jean-Paul Comart. She play in one episode of the TV Series "Baldi", next to her friend Charles Aznavour. She also had the leading role in the TV Movie "Fanny se fait un sang d'encre". She also sing for the French soundtrack of Pocahontas, named "Ecoute ton coeur".

In 1996, she play in a Short called "Moi j'aime Albert", alongside André Pousse. She also play Hélène in an episode of "Le refuge", starring Maxime Leroux and directing by Alain Schwartzstein.

In 1997, she play in three TV Movie. First, "Le diable en sabots" from a novel written by Claude Seignolle, in which she play Marie Fer, alongside Patrick Préjean. Then, she play the leading role in "Une mère comme on n'en fait plus", with Nathalie Boutefeu and Cécile Vassort. Finally, she play Solange Serpette in "Sans cérémonie", directed by Michel Lang, written by Claude d'Anna, and also starring Charles Aznavour and Caroline Vasicek.

In 1999, she play in the Short "Un Noël de chien", written and directed by Nadine Monfils, and also starring Jean-Claude Dreyfus.

In 2000, she appeared in a second episode of the TV Series "Baldi", in which already play in 1995, still next to her friend Charles Aznavour. She's also back on stage with a play written by William Shakespeare : "Les Joyeuses Commères de Windsor". She act in this play with Patrick Préjean. She has also participated in the series of concerts organized by Les Enfoirés, she had notably shared the song "Une belle histoire" with Alain Souchon and Francis Cabrel.


In 2001, she starred in the TV Movie "La tortue", with Pascale Arbillot.

In 2002, she starred in two TV Movie. First, "Les rebelles de Moissac", with Françoise Bertin and Maurice Chevit. Then, "Passage du bac", with Charles Aznavour, Alexis Tomassian, Bernard Blancan and Urbain Cancelier.

In 2003, Annie play Lucette, the central character in an episode of "Fabien Cosma", with Louis-Karim Nébati and Gérard Hernandez.

In 2004, she play in the Short "Zartmo". She's also back in the motion picture "Madame Édouard", after ten years without appeared in any movie in cinema. The film also starred Michel Blanc, Didier Bourdon, Dominique Lavanant, Josiane Balasko, Rufus, Andréa Ferréol and Bouli Lanners. On "Les Femmes de Cristal", she received the Woman Crystal Award in the categorie "Cinema and Theatre".

In 2005, she appeared in an episode of "Le tuteur", with Tony D'Amario.

In 2006, Annie play Rose, the leading female character in the movie "Le Dernier des fous". The movie is based on the novel "The Last of The Crazy People" written by Timothy Findley. She is on the movie with Dominique Reymond. She also starred in "C'est beau une ville la nuit", directed by Richard Bohringer, with Romane Bohringer, Robinson Stévenin, Luc Thuillier, Jacques Spiesser, Farid Chopel, Daniel Duval, Annie Girardot, Sonia Rolland, Christian Morin and Paul Personne. She's also back on Stage with "Lily & Lily", a play in which she had the leading part, and she give the line to Christian Morin and Firmine Richard. She is also the narrator for the documentary, "Moi, Belgique" on RTBF, in which she tell the history of her country, the Belgium.

In 2008, she play Mme Graindorge in Disco, a Fabien Onteniente's movie starring Emmanuelle Béart, Gérard Depardieu, Samuel Le Bihan, Isabelle Nanty, Chloé Lambert, Marie-Christine Adam, Pauline Delpech, Xavier Beauvois and Danièle Lebrun. The film was a big succes with more than two millions of entries in France. It was the third most successful French movie in France in 2006, just behind Welcome to the Sticks and Asterix at the Olympic Games.[12] This same year, she play in Le crime est notre affaire, directed by Pascal Thomas and based on the novel 4.50 from Paddington, written by Agatha Christie. The movie also starred Catherine Frot, André Dussollier, Claude Rich, Chiara Mastroianni, Melvil Poupaud, Christian Vadim, Hippolyte Girardot and Yves Afonso. This was also a success with more than a million of entries in France.[13] Still in 2008, the channel RTBF organized a special night for Annie, nammed "Quelque chose en nous d'Annie Cordy", in which some artist pay a tribute to her.

In 2009, she play in Wild Grass, a movie directed by Alain Resnais and starring Sabine Azéma, André Dussollier, Anne Consigny, Emmanuelle Devos, Mathieu Amalric, Michel Vuillermoz, Edouard Baer, Sara Forestier, Nicolas Duvauchelle, Paul Crauchet and Jean-Michel Ribes. This same year, she start a new play, "Laissez-moi sortir", in which she's alone on the stage and she play a huge star who is locked on her balcony and so she talk about her entire career.

She starred alone in a play named "Laissez-moi sortir", after the huge success of the play in 2009 she start a tour in the entire France in 2010.

In 2011, she play in the low-budget movie "Crimes en sourdine" with Annick Alane, Ginette Garcin and Patrick Préjean. The same year she's back in studio with an original album : "Ca me plait pourvu que ça vous plaise..." in which artists like Charles Aznavour or Alice Dona write song for her.

In 2012, she had the leading role in the TV Movie "Je retourne chez ma mère", starring also Rufus and Katia Tchenko. She also appeared in an episode of Scènes de ménage.

In 2013, she play in an episode of the TV Series "Y'a pas d'âge", broadcast on France 2, alongside Jérôme Commandeur, Marthe Villalonga, Claude Brasseur, Carmen Maura and Arielle Dombasle.

In 2014, she play in Le Dernier Diamant, alongside Yvan Attal, Bérénice Bejo, Jean-François Stévenin and Jacques Spiesser. She also appeared in an episode of "H-Man", a TV Series broadcast on Arte, alongside Arthur H. She also released a Christmas album for December with 30 jazz musicians named "Annie Cordy chante Noël".

In 2015, She have the leading role in Les souvenirs, directed by Jean-Paul Rouve, and starring Chantal Lauby and Michel Blanc. The movie is a big success with more than a million of entries.
She also play in France 2's TV Series "Chefs", with a recurrent character, next to Hugo Becker, Anne Charrier, Clovis Cornillac, Juliette, Nicolas Gob, Robin Renucci and Zinedine Soualem. She is involved in the album "Joyeux anniversaire M'sieur Dutronc" which pay tribute to Jacques Dutronc. This year, she also climb the stairs to the 2015 Cannes Film Festival.[14]


Year Title Role Director Notes
1953 Boum sur Paris Herself Maurice de Canonge
1954 Poisson d'avril Charlotte Dupuy Gilles Grangier
Royal Affairs in Versailles Madame Langlois Sacha Guitry
1955 Bonjour sourire Herself Claude Sautet
Beautiful But Dangerous Robert Z. Leonard
Café Continental Mistress of ceremonies Henry Caldwell TV Series (1 Episode)
1956 Le Chanteur de Mexico Cri-Cri Richard Pottier
1957 Victor and Victoria Titine Karl Anton
1958 Tabarin Mimi Richard Pottier (2)
1959 Cigarettes, whisky et p'tites pépées Martine Maurice Régamey
1960 Tête folle Annie Robert Vernay
1965 Ces dames s'en mêlent Lily Raoul André
L'or du duc The caretaker Jacques Baratier
1968 Ces messieurs de la famille Maryse Raoul André (2)
1969 Le bourgeois gentil mec Mme Marthe Raoul André (3)
1970 Rider on the Rain Juliette René Clément
The Breach Mme. Pinelli Claude Chabrol
Ces messieurs de la gâchette Maryse Raoul André (4)
1971 Le Chat Nelly Pierre Granier-Deferre
1972 Les galets d'Étretat Brigitte Sergio Gobbi
Les portes de feu Andrée Claude Bernard-Aubert
1973 Le mataf Nina Serge Leroy
Elle court, elle court la banlieue The real estate agent Gérard Pirès
La dernière bourrée à Paris The psychanalist Raoul André (5)
1974 The Holes Ginette Lalatte Pierre Tchernia
Commissariato di notturna Pupa [[Guido Leoni (director)#REDIRECTmw:Help:Magic words#Other
This page is a soft redirect.Guido Leoni]] (it)
1975 Souvenir of Gibraltar Tina Henri Xhonneux
Isabelle devant le désir Isabelle's mother Jean-Pierre Berckmans
1976 High Street Mimi André Ernotte
1977 Drôles de zèbres Baronne Jacinthe de la Tronchembiais Guy Lux
1978 Le bel indifférent Marion Sarraut TV Movie
The Miser Frosine Jean Pignol TV Movie
1981 Les fiançailles de feu Mme Hortense Pierre Bureau TV Movie
Madame Sans-Gêne Madame Sans-Gêne Abder Isker TV Movie
1982 Madame S.O.S. Madame S.O.S. André Dhénaut TV Series (6 Episodes)
1983 Le braconnier de Dieu Jofrette Jean-Pierre Darras
1989 Le bonheur d'en face Irène Lecoin Teff Erhat TV Series (1 Episode)
1990 Un été après l'autre Mother Fine Anne-Marie Étienne Festivals de Digne - Best Actress
Orages d'été Céline Jean Sagols TV Series (9 Episodes)
1993 Inspecteur Médeuze Lucie Philippe Triboit TV Series (1 Episode)
1994 La Vengeance d'une blonde Jany Jeannot Szwarc
La fille du roi Bertoune Philippe Triboit (2) TV Movie
1995 Vroum-vroum Frédéric Sojcher Short
Fanny se fait un sang d'encre Fanny Faber Alain de Halleux TV Movie
Baldi Colette Michel Lang TV Series (1 Episode)
1996 Moi j'aime Albert Frédéric Chaudier Short
Le refuge Hélène Alain Schwartzstein TV Series (1 Episode)
1997 Le diable en sabots Marie Fer Nicole Berckmans TV Movie
Une mère comme on n'en fait plus Simone Lapierre Jacques Renard TV Movie
Sans cérémonie Solange Serpette Michel Lang (2) TV Movie
1999 Un Noël de chien Nadine Monfils Short
2000 Baldi Colette Michel Lang (3) TV Series (1 Episode)
2001 La tortue Anne Gautier Dominique Baron TV Movie
2002 Les rebelles de Moissac Charlotte Jean-Jacques Kahn TV Movie
Passage du bac Émilie Olivier Langlois TV Movie
2003 Fabien Cosma Lucette Jean-Pierre Vergne TV Series (1 Episode)
2004 Zartmo The woman Marc Dalmans Short
Madame Édouard Ginette Nadine Monfils (2)
2005 Le tuteur Antoinette Loiseau Pierre Grimblat TV Serie (1 Episode)
2006 Le Dernier des fous Rose Laurent Achard
C'est beau une ville la nuit The old of the HLM Richard Bohringer
2008 Disco Mme Graindorge Fabien Onteniente
Le crime est notre affaire Babette Boutiti Pascal Thomas
2009 Wild Grass The neighbour of Marguerite Alain Resnais
2011 Crimes en sourdine Mme Garcia Joël Chalude, Stéphane Onfroy
2012 Je retourne chez ma mère Alice Williams Crépin TV Movie
Scènes de ménage Maion's grandmother Karim Adda, Francis Duquet TV Series (1 Episode)
2013 Y'a pas d'âge Yvonne P. Stéphane Marelli TV Series (1 Episode)
2014 Le Dernier Diamant Inès de Boissière Eric Barbier
H-Man Girl Telekinesis Joseph Cahill TV Series (1 Episode)
2015 Les souvenirs Madeleine Jean-Paul Rouve
Chefs Léonie Arnaud Malherbe TV Series (6 Episodes)


Movies starring Annie Cordy with more than a million of entries in France.

Films Director Year France (entries)
1 Royal Affairs in Versailles Sacha Guitry 1954 6,987,167
2 Le Chanteur de Mexico Richard Pottier 1956 4,781,633
3 Rider on the Rain René Clément 1970 4,763,822
4 Beautiful but Dangerous Robert Z. Leonard 1956 4,074,941
5 Poisson d'avril Gilles Grangier 1954 2,888,000
6 Disco Fabien Onteniente 2008 2,435,015
7 La Vengeance d'une blonde Jeannot Szwarc 1994 2,039,370
8 Boum sur Paris Maurice de Canonge 1954 1,663,858
9 Ces messieurs de la famille Raoul André 1968 1,626,941
10 Elle court, elle court la banlieue Gérard Pirès 1973 1,549,617
11 Bonjour sourire Claude Sautet 1956 1,256,883
12 Crime Is Our Business Pascal Thomas 2008 1,219,181
13 Cigarettes, whisky et p'tites pépées Maurice Régamey 1959 1,078,295
14 Le Chat Pierre Granier-Deferre 1971 1,035,709
15 Les Souvenirs Jean-Paul Rouve 2015 1,034,505
16 Ces dames s'en mêlent Raoul André (2) 1965 1,021,325

On stage

Year Title Writer Director Notes
1958 Madame Sans-Gêne Victorien Sardou and Émile Moreau with Jean-Marc Thibault
1986 Madame de Sévigné
La Mienne s'appelait Régine Pierre Rey Armand Delcampe Théâtre de l'Œuvre
Merci Apolline Geneviève Martin Michel Wyn with Guy Tréjan
1987 Madame Sans-Gêne Victorien Sardou and Émile Moreau
1989 Mademoiselle Plume Jean-Luc Moreau with Charlotte Kady
1990 Sacrée Gladys with Jacques Balutin
1994 Six heures au plus tard Marc Perrier Martine Willequet with Xavier Percy
La Célestine with Gérard Chambre
2000 Les Joyeuses Commères de Windsor William Shakespeare with Patrick Préjean
2006 Lily & Lily Pierre Barillet and Jean-Pierre Grédy Gérard Moulevrier with Jacques Ciron, Christian Morin and Firmine Richard
2009-2010 Laissez-moi sortir Jean-Marie Chevret Jean-Pierre Dravel and Olivier Macé with Mimi Lebon
Théâtre Daunou


Appearance on television

Year Title Channel Notes
1953 JT 20H RTF She Draw the 16th final of the Coupe de France
1958 36 chandelles RTF Guest with Jean-Marc Thibault for Madame Sans-Gêne
1960 Journal télévisé RTF Interviewed with Sacha Distel
1961 JT 13H RTF with Yvette Horner and Andrex
1966 Théâtre Sébastopol Nord actualités télé Interviewed with Bourvil
1967 Télé Dimanche TF1 Hosted by Roger Lanzac
She sing "Pic et pioche" with Darry Cowl and "Des millions de soleils"
JT 20H TF1 Interviewed with Darry Cowl
1968 Le Palmarès des chansons TF1 Hosted by Guy Lux and Anne-Marie Peysson
She sing Petite Fleur, "Nous les nanas", "Six Roses", "Ne me dis plus tu", "Hello, le soleil brille", "Docteur Miracle" and Oh Suzanna with Albert Raisner, Anne-Marie Peysson, Frank Alamo, Maurice Biraud, Achille Zavatta and Guy Lux
1971 Annie sur la 2 France 2 She sing Les play boys with Jacques Dutronc
1974 Domino RTF She sing "Pedro"
1975 Numéro un TF1 Hosted by Maritie and Gilbert Carpentier
She sing "Ya Kasiti" and "Buvons à la santé" with Sacha Distel and Petula Clark and she made a humoristic sketch with Sacha Distel
1976 Midi Première TF1 Hosted by Danièle Gilbert
She sing "Dis, pourquoi tu me bats Léon ?", "Caramela" and "Ca ira mieux demain"
Numéro un TF1 Hosted by Maritie and Gilbert Carpentier
She sing "La noce à Nogent", "Nini la chance", "Ca ira mieux demain", "Alleluia" with Arthur Plasschaert and "Dis, pourquoi tu me bats Léon ?" and she made a humoristic sketch with Yves Lecoq
1977 Midi Première TF1 Hosted by Danièle Gilbert
She sing "Moi j'aime un galonné", "Ca ira mieux demain", "Caramela" and "L'hurluberlu" and was interviewed with Jean-Claude Borelly, Marcel Carné, Michael Schultz and Jean Gaven
Les Rendez-vous du dimanche France 2 Hosted by Michel Drucker
She sing "Boing Boing"
1978 Numéro un TF1 Hosted by Maritie and Gilbert Carpentier
She sing "La Mouette", "Grand papa musicien", "Prends le temps", "Shine on your shoes", "Boing Boing", "Joe la terreur", "Pour garder la santé", "Charlot" with Jean Vallée and "La madame" with Enrico Macias and Robert Castel
1979 Journal télévisé TF1 Hosted by Sylvie Hay
Numéro un TF1 Hosted by Maritie and Gilbert Carpentier
She sing "Voilà, m'sieurs dames", "Notre dernier automne", Just a Gigolo (first, alone and then in duet with Francis Perrin), "The queen of the disco", "De toutes les couleurs", "Quand je suis gaie", "La madame" and "Safari photo"
Midi Première TF1 Hosted by Danièle Gilbert
1980 30 millions d'amis TF1
Numéro un TF1 Hosted by Maritie and Gilbert Carpentier
She sing "Initiation" with Karen Cheryl
1982 Champs-Élysées France 2 Hosted by Michel Drucker
She sing "L'abominable femme des neiges" and a medley of her several success
1983 Champs-Élysées France 2 Hosted by Michel Drucker
She sing "Nini Pompon", "La vie en France" with Michel Drucker and "Rock à médor"
1987 Collaricocoshow La Cinq Hosted by Stéphane Collaro and Catherine Corbineau
She sings a sober version of "Tata Yoyo"
Le divan d'Henry Chapier Hosted by Henry Chapier
1998 Soir 3 France 3 Hosted by Marc Autheman
2002 13 heures France 2 Hosted by Daniel Bilalian
2004 Vivement Dimanche France 2 Hosted by Michel Drucker
2005 Les Femmes de Cristal 2004 RTBF Annie received the Woman Crystal Award in the categorie "Cinema and Theatre" and she was also in the Top 3 in the categorie "Song"
Les enfants de la Télé TF1 Hosted by Arthur
C'est au programme France 2 Hosted by Sophie Davant
DV D'aujourd'hui France 2
Ca reste entre nous Match TV Hosted by Jean-Marc Morandini
Envoyé spécial France 2 Directed by Patrick Spica
Goutez-moi ça France 3 Nord-Pas-de-Calais Hosted by Pierrot
En direct Direct 8 Hosted by Sixtine Pechery
Des racines et des ailes France 3 Hosted by Patrick de Carolis
2006 Samedi soir avec Charles Trenet France 2 Hosted by Michel Drucker
Ma télé bien aimée RTBF
Moi, Belgique RTBF Documentary
Les grands du rire France 3 Hosted by Yves Lecoq
C'est du belge RTBF
Journal Télévisé RTBF Hosted by Anne Delvaux
Fata Morgana La Une Hosted by Steph Goossens and Geena Lisa
C'est bon pour le moral ! France 3 Hosted by Yves Lecoq
En aparté Canal + Hosted by Pascale Clark
Lido, lescoulisses secrètes France 5 Documentary
2007 Les coups de coeur d'Alain Morisod Télévision Suisse Romande
On a tout essayé! France 2 Hosted by Laurent Ruquier
Un monde presque parfait France 2 Hosted by Olivier Minne
Journal télévisé RTL-TVI Hosted by Michel de Maegd
Cinquante degrés nord Arte Hosted by Eric Russon
2008 Quelque chose en nous d'Annie Cordy RTBF
Les enfants de la Télé TF1 Hosted by Arthur
Tenue de soirée en direct de Bruxelles France 2 Hosted by Michel Drucker
Village Départ France 3 Hosted by Laurent Luyat
Les années bonheur France 2 Hosted by Patrick Sébastien
Service Maximum France 2 Hosted by Julien Courbet
20 heures France 2 Hosted by Laurent Delahousse
2009 Vivement Dimanche France 2 Hosted by Michel Drucker
La folie des années 70 France 3 Documentary
Questions pour un champion : Le combat des idoles France 3 Hosted by Julien Lepers
2010 On Fait Le Plein Le Mans Télévision Hosted by Vincent Cerutti
C'est au programme France 2 Hosted by Sophie Davant
Chabada : Carpentiers France 3 Hosted by Daniela Lumbroso
C à vous France 5 Hosted by Alessandra Sublet
Tous vos amis sont là France 3 Hosted by Stéphane Bern
On ne demande qu'à en rire France 2 Hosted by Laurent Ruquier
12/13 France 3
Journal télévisé TF1 Hosted by Jean-Pierre Pernaut
Vie privée, vie publique France 3 Hosted by Mireille Dumas
Vivement Dimanche France 2 Hosted by Michel Drucker
La Traversée du miroir France 5 Hosted by Patrick Poivre d'Arvor
Chabada : Laurent Gerra France 3 Hosted by Daniela Lumbroso
Les animateurs font leur show France 3
13 heures France 2 Hosted by Sophie Le Saint
La Télé est à vous France 2 Hosted by Stéphane Bern
2011 Magritte Award BeTV Hosted by Helena Noguerra
JT de 13 heures TF1 Hosted by Jean-Pierre Pernaut
Village Départ France 3 Hosted by Laurent Luyat
2012 La fête de la chanson française France 3 Hosted by Daniela Lumbroso
Morandini ! Direct 8 Hosted by Jean-Marc Morandini
Toute une Histoire France 2 Hosted by Sophie Davant
100% Mag M6 Hosted by Faustine Bollaert
Planet Music Mag France 2
Le plus grand cabaret du monde France 2 Hosted by Patrick Sébastien
Dalida, 25 ans déjà France 2 Hosted by Daniela Lumbroso
Les années bonheur France 2 Hosted by Patrick Sébastien
Les grands du rire France 3 Hosted by Yves Lecoq
Vivement Dimanche France 2 Hosted by Michel Drucker
Ces chansons qui nous ressemblent France 3
2013 Tous ensemble TF1 Hosted by Marc-Emmanuel
2014 De Funes : 100 ans de rire D8 Documentary
Les chansons d'abord France 3 Hosted by Natasha St-Pier
She sing "Envoyez la musique", Cho Ka Ka O, "Frida Oum Papa", "Tata Yoyo" and La bonne du curé
De Groodt, une fois Canal + TV Show for Stéphane De Groodt
Touche pas à mon poste refait l'année D8 Hosted by Cyril Hanouna
She surprise two of her fan and sing with them Cho Ka Ka O

Appearance on radio

Year Title Radio Notes
2005 11h30-12h00 France Info Interview with Bernard Stephane
Vous écoutez la télé France Inter Host by Marc-Olivier Fogiel
The Talk-show Rire & Chansons Host by Cyril Hanouna
Plein cadre France Bleue Nationale Host by Christian Ledan
Les Grosses Têtes RTL Host by Philippe Bouvard
La tête dans les étoiles RTL Host by Isabelle Quin
Rencontres Radio Shalom Dijon Host by Marie-Laure Chardon
Confidences sur la fréquence Radio Pluriel Host by David Michel and Laurent Rochefort
Les vacances de Star France Bleue Drôme Ardèche
Ecoute la radio RMC Host by Patrick Sabatier
2006 A vous de voir VivaCité Hosted by François de Brigode
Bonjour quand même Premiere Hosted by Eric Musson
Matinales de Cauet Fun Radio Hosted by Sébastien Cauet and Valérie Bénaïm
2007 Tous ensemble France Bleue Nationale Hosted by Patrick Sabatier
On ne pouvait pas le rater RTL Hosted by Christophe Hondelatte
Dicodeurs La Première
2008 18h00-19h00 RTL Hosted by Patrick Sébastien
2010 18h00-19h00 RTL Hosted by Patrick Sébastien
Tout le plaisir est pour nous RTL Hosted by Flavie Flament
Tout et son contraire France Info Hosted by Philippe Vandel
Le fou du roi France Inter Hosted by Stéphane Bern
On va s'gener Europe 1 Hosted by Laurent Ruquier
Les Grandes Gueules RMC Hosted by Alain Marschall and Olivier Truchot
Le Grand Direct des Médias Europe 1 Hosted by Jean-Marc Morandini
2012 C'est de famille Europe 1 Hosted by Ariane Massenet



Year Title Sales Notes
1954 Fleur de Papillon
1957 Cigarettes, Whisky et p'tites pépées
1958 Hello ! Le Soleil Brille
Docteur Miracle
1959 Salade de fruits
1964 Six Roses
1965 Le p'tit coup de chance with Bourvil
1968 Petite Fleur
1972 Hello, Dolly
1974 La bonne du curé 3 000 000
1975 Frida Oum Papa
Ya Kasiti
1976 Ça ira mieux demain
Nini la Chance
La Bébête
Dis, pourquoi tu me bats Léon ?
1978 Qui qu'en veut
1979 Le Kazou
1981 Tata Yoyo 800 000
Papa banjo,Maman violon
1982 Si j'étais le Soleil Credits of Madame S.O.S.
Nini Pompon
1985 Cho Ka Ka O 2 500 000


Year Title Playwright Notes
1952-1955 La Route fleurie Raymond Vincy with Georges Guétary and Bourvil
1957-1960 Tête de linotte Raymond Vincy with Jean Richard
1961-1964 Visa pour l'amour Raymond Vincy with Luis Mariano
1965-1967 Ouah ! Ouah ! Michel André with Bourvil
1968 Pic et Pioche Raymond Vincy, Jacques Mareuil and Darry Cowl with Darry Cowl
1970 Indien vaut mieux que deux tu l'auras with Pierre Doris
1972 Hello, Dolly ! Jacques Mareuil At Théâtre Mogador
International Emmy Award for Best European Performer
1976 Nini la chance Jacques Mareuil
1982 Envoyez la musique Jacques Mareuil and Gérard Gustin with Patrick Préjean and Gérard Chambre


External links

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