Born in Burkina Faso, Jacky Ido
lives and works in Paris. After his training at the Déclic Thétre and on the stages of Xavier Marcheschi, he was able to prove his talent in several films over the past few years. He was seen in the TV pilot Le courrier de Dembélé
(2000), Rosine Young's Futilités
(2001), Frédéric Khan's J'ai vu le diable pleurer
(2002), Mathieu Vinel's Whenzhou
and Alexandre Lemoine's Joyeux Noel de merde
In 2004 he starred in Jean-Teddy Filippe's pilot film Intrigues au Palais and the series Laverie de famille. The role of Lemalian in „The White Masai" is Jacky Ido's first feature-film role. Ido is a member of a theater group as well, and is also admired as a rapper and hip-hopper. He has also made several short films. His short Descente was shown in competition at the 19 2005 (Festival panafricain du cinéma et de la télévision) in Burkina Faso.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2007.
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