Jacques Charrier (born 6 November 1936 in Metz) is a French actor in both film and the theater, a film producer, and an artist in painting and ceramics. He was formerly married to film actress Brigitte Bardot, with whom he had a son, Nicolas-Jacques Charrier.
In 1980 he returned to the School of Fine Arts, and converts back into full paint reference to his two passions, travel and antiquity. His art work was exhibited regularly in Paris, Geneva and San Francisco.
With the publication of the memoirs of Brigitte Bardot, he found himself under a media spotlight. He sued for "violation of privacy", and was successful.
|Babette Goes to War||Lt. Gérard de Crécy-Lozère|
|1960||La Main chaude||Michel|
|1961||Tiro al piccione||Marco Laudato|
|1962||The Eye of Evil||Albin Mercier|
|Carmen di Trastevere||Antonio Lizzani|
|1963||À cause, à cause d'une femme||Remy Fertet|
|1964||Anatomy of a Marriage: My Days with Françoise||Jean-Marc Dubreuil|
|Anatomy of a Marriage: My Days with Jean-Marc||Jean-Marc Dubreuil|
|À belles dents||Jean-Loup Costa|
|1967||The Oldest Profession||Nick / John Demetrius|