The Artist 12 years old

A breath of fresh vintage air

The Artist

Hollywood, 1927: As silent movie star George Valentin wonders if the arrival of talking pictures will cause him to fade into oblivion, he sparks with Peppy Miller, a young dancer set for a big break.


The Artist Cast

Name Character
Brian J. Williams as Thug #2
Missi Pyle She was 38, now 51 years old as Constance
John Goodman He was 59, now 71 years old as Al Zimmer
Hal Landon, Jr. He was 70, now 83 years old as Napoleon
Bill Fagerbakke He was 54, now 66 years old as Policeman Tuxedo
Stuart Pankin He was 65, now 78 years old as Director #1 (Restaurant)
Nina Siemaszko She was 41, now 53 years old as Admiring Woman
Penelope Ann Miller She was 47, now 60 years old as Doris
Beth Grant She was 62, now 74 years old as Peppy's Maid
Joel Murray He was 48, now 61 years old as Policeman Fire
Ed Lauter He was 72, 74 years old when he died as Peppy's Butler
Jean Dujardin He was 39, now 51 years old as George Valentin
Ken Davitian He was 58, now 70 years old as Pawnbroker
Bérénice Bejo She was 35, now 47 years old as Peppy Miller
James Cromwell He was 71, now 84 years old as Clifton
Malcolm McDowell He was 68, now 80 years old as The Butler
Bitsie Tulloch She was 30, now 43 years old as Norma
Wiley M. Pickett as Guard
Jen Lilley She was 27, now 39 years old as Onlooker
Stephen Mendillo He was 69, now 81 years old as Set Assistant
Basil Hoffman He was 73, now 86 years old as Auctioneer
Andy Milder He was 41, now 54 years old as Director #2
Tim DeZarn He was 58, now 71 years old as Soldier
Annie O'Donnell as Woman with Policeman
Lily Knight She was 54, now 67 years old as Nurse at Peppy's House
Jewel Shepard She was 53, now 66 years old as Flapper Starlet (uncredited)
Michael Laren as Michel (uncredited)
Ezra Buzzington He was 54, now 67 years old as Journalist
Sarah Scott She was 28, 187 years old when she died as Laughing Dancer
Patrick Mapel as Assistant with Newspaper
Adria Tennor as Zimmer's Assistant
Bob Glouberman He was 43, now 56 years old as Director #3 (Finale)
Clement Blake as Beggar
Katie Nisa as Audition Dancer
Jennifer Ingrum She was 26, now 39 years old as Charleston Dancer (uncredited)
Matthew Albrecht as Tennis Player
Robert Amico He was 57, now 70 years old as The Waiter (uncredited)
Mohamed Dione He was 63, now 76 years old as African (uncredited)
Bill Blair He was 57, now 70 years old as Studio Engineer (uncredited)

The Artist Crew

Name Department
Heidi Levitt as Casting. Production
Nadine Muse as Sound Editor. She was 61 (now 74) years old Sound
Robert Gould as Set Decoration. He was 71 (now 84) years old Art
Paul Rassam as Thanks. Crew
Laurence Bennett as Production Design. He was 11 (now 24) years old Art
Gérard Lamps as Sound Re-Recording Mixer. He was 63 (now 76) years old Sound
Mark Bridges as Costume Design. He was 57 (now 69) years old Costume & Make-Up
Adrian Politowski as Co-Producer. He was 33 (now 45) years old Production
Nadia Khamlichi as Co-Producer. She was 32 (now 45) years old Production
Jeremy Burdek as Co-Producer. Production
Mehdi Sayah as Production Coordinator. Production
Iwona Sellers as Executive In Charge Of Production. Production
Richard Middleton as Executive Producer. He was 711 (0) years old when He died Production
Rémi Bezançon as Thanks. He was 40 (now 53) years old Crew
Daniel Delume as Executive Producer. He was 51 (now 64) years old Production
Kelcey Fry as Makeup Artist. Costume & Make-Up
Riad Sattouf as Thanks. He was 33 (now 46) years old Crew
Lauren Fernandes as Casting Associate. Production
Serge Hazanavicius as Thanks. He was 48 (now 60) years old Crew
Jean Dujardin as Producer. He was 39 (now 51) years old Production
Diego Maradona as Thanks. He was 50 (60) years old when He died Crew
Jean-Claude Grumberg as Thanks. He was 72 (now 85) years old Crew
Serge Bromberg as Thanks. He was 50 (now 63) years old Crew
Laura Albert as Stunts. She was 45 (now 58) years old Crew
Thomas Langmann as Producer. He was 40 (now 53) years old Production
Michel Hazanavicius as Director. He was 44 (now 57) years old Directing
Michel Hazanavicius as Editor. He was 44 (now 57) years old Editing
Michel Hazanavicius as Writer. He was 44 (now 57) years old Writing
Dominique Mezerette as Thanks. Crew
Marie-Christine Lafosse as Production Supervisor. Production
Michelle Spears as Property Master. Art
Brian J. Williams as Stunts. Crew
Gary Davis as Stunt Coordinator. He was 60 (now 72) years old Crew
Emmanuel Montamat as Associate Producer. He was 58 (now 71) years old Production
Ludovic Bource as Original Music Composer. He was 40 (now 53) years old Sound
Laurent Brett as Visual Effects. He was 42 (now 55) years old Visual Effects
Laurent Brett as Digital Compositors. He was 42 (now 55) years old Visual Effects
Anne-Sophie Bion as Editor. She was 11 (now 24) years old Editing
David Paige as Second Assistant Director. Directing
Donna Evans as Stunts. Crew
Florent-Emilio Siri as Thanks. He was 46 (now 59) years old Crew
Gilles Waterkeyn as Co-Producer. Production
Dennis Fitzgerald as Stunts. Dennis Fitzgerald was 75 (64) years old when Dennis Fitzgerald died Crew
Michael Sanford as Casting Associate. Production
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The Artist (12 years)

A breath of fresh vintage air

  • Release day: Wednesday, October 12, 2011
  • Runtime: 100 minutes
  • Budget: 15000000.00
  • Revenue: 133432856.00