Christopher Lambert

Actor, Stockbroker
A handsome, steely leading man in American films as well as those of his native France, Christopher Lambert gained worldwide fame with his first starring role in "Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes" ... Read more »
Born: 03/29/1957 in Great Neck, New York, USA


Actor (54)

Hail, Caesar! 2016 (Movie)

Arne Slessum (Actor)

10 Days in a Madhouse 2015 (Movie)

Dr. Dent (Actor)

Un plus une 2015 (Movie)

Samuel Hamon (Actor)

Electric Slide 2014 (Movie)

Roy Fortune (Actor)

Blood Shot 2013 (Movie)

President (Actor)

NCIS: Los Angeles 2012 - 2013 (Tv Show)


Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance 3D 2012 (Movie)

Methodius (Actor)

Tales of an Ancient Empire 2011 (Movie)


White Material 2010 (Movie)

Andre Vial (Actor)

Percussions 2009 (Movie)

Leo (Actor)

Southland Tales 2007 (Movie)

Walter Mung (Actor)

Trivial 2007 (Movie)

Lt. Jacques Renard (Actor)

The Year of the Hare 2006 (Movie)

Tom Vatanen (Actor)

Day of Wrath 2005 (Movie)

Ruy de Mendoza (Actor)

The Piano Player 2004 (Movie)


In Your Image 2003 (Movie)

Thomas (Actor)

Janis and John 2003 (Movie)


Vercingetorix 2001 (Movie)

Vercingetorix (Actor)

Absolon 2000 (Movie)

Norman Scot (Actor)

Fortress II 2000 (Movie)

John Brennick (Actor)

Highlander: Endgame 2000 (Movie)

Connor MacLeod (Actor)

Beowulf 1999 (Movie)

Beowulf (Actor)

Gideon 1999 (Movie)

Gideon (Actor)

Splitsville 1999 (Movie)


Highlander: The Series 1992 - 1998 (TV Show)


Nirvana 1998 (Movie)

Jimi (Actor)

Arlette 1997 (Movie)

Franck (Actor)

Adrenaline: Fear the Rush 1996 (Movie)

Lemieux (Actor)

Hercule et Sherlock 1996 (Movie)


North Star 1996 (Movie)

Hudson Ipsehawk (Actor)

Highlander III: The Final Dimension 1995 (Movie)

Connor MacLeod/Russell Nash (Actor)

Mortal Kombat 1995 (Movie)

Lord Rayden (Actor)

Roadflower 1995 (Movie)

Jack (Actor)

The Hunted 1995 (Movie)

Paul Racine (Actor)

Gunmen 1994 (Movie)

Dani Servigo (Actor)

Fortress 1993 (Movie)

John Brennick (Actor)

Knight Moves 1993 (Movie)

Peter Sanderson (Actor)

Max et Jeremie 1992 (Movie)

Jeremie (Actor)

Highlander II: the Quickening 1991 (Movie)

Connor MacLeod/Russell Nash (Actor)

Why Me? 1990 (Movie)

Gus Cardinale (Actor)

To Kill a Priest 1989 (Movie)

Father Alek (Actor)

Love Dream 1988 (Movie)

Mike (Actor)

The Sicilian 1987 (Movie)

Salvator Giuliano (Actor)

Highlander 1986 (Movie)

Connor MacLeod/Russell Nash (Actor)

I Love You 1986 (Movie)

Michel (Actor)

Words and Music 1986 (Movie)

Jeremy Crevelle (Actor)

Subway 1985 (Movie)

Fred (Actor)

Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes 1984 (Movie)

John Clayton/Tarzan Lord of the Apes (Actor)

Le Bar du Telephone 1979 (Movie)


Legitimate Violence 1979 (Movie)


Mean Guns (TV Show)


Resurrection (TV Show)


The Point Men (TV Show)

Producer (11)

Taken 3 2015 (Movie)


20 ans d'écart 2014 (Movie)


Gideon 1999 (Movie)


Splitsville 1999 (Movie)

(Executive Producer)

When Saturday Comes 1997 (Movie)


North Star 1996 (Movie)

(Executive Producer)

Dead Beat 1995 (Movie)


Nine Months 1995 (Movie)

(Executive Producer)

Fugueuses 1994 (Movie)

(Executive Producer)

Nine Months 1994 (Movie)

(Executive Producer)

Knight Moves 1993 (Movie)

(Executive Producer)


A handsome, steely leading man in American films as well as those of his native France, Christopher Lambert gained worldwide fame with his first starring role in "Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes" (1984) before becoming something of a pop culture icon through the "Highlander" (1986) franchise. Though the "Highlander" films, which cast him as an immortal Scottish swordsman, became objects of cult worship, they also typecast Lambert as a man of action in dozens of low-budget shoot 'em ups and historical adventures. If the marginalization bothered Lambert, he did not seem to show it, as he continued to work steadily into the 21st century, providing a touch of Continental charm to his soulful assassins and stalwart lawmen, which in turn endeared him to a vast audience of action fans.


Jaimyse Haft Actor

Married Feb. 6, 1999 Divorced in 2006

Eleanor Lambert

Born Sept. 5, 1993; mother, Diane Lane

Diane Lane Actor

Met in 1985 when they were both in Rome on separate publicity junkets Married in October 1988 Co-starred in the films "Love Dream" (1988) and "Knight Moves" (1992) Divorced in March 1994

Sophie Marceau Actor

Began dating in 2007 Co-starred in the French film "Trivial/La disparue de Deauville" (2007)

Alba Parietti Actor

Together in 1996


Ecole Florent


Paris Conservatoire

asked to leave by the third year by the academy director for lack of participation

attended boarding schools in Geneva, Switzerland



Cast opposite Nicolas Cage in the sequel "Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance"


Starred in the French war drama "White Material"


Cast in the Richard Kelly directed ensemble drama "Southland Tales"


Executive produced the drama thriller "The Good Shepherd," starring Christian Slater and Stephen Rea


Executive produced and co-starred with Dennis Hopper in the crime thriller "The Piano Player"


Once again reprised role for the fourth film in the series, "Highlander: Endgame"


Played the title character in a post-apocalyptic set feature adaptation of "Beowulf"


Cast as the thunder god Raiden in feature adaptation of the popular video game series "Mortal Kombat"


Third feature as Connor MacLeod, "Highlander: The Final Dimension"


Guest starred as his character in the films on the pilot episode of the syndicated "Highlander: The Series"


First film as executive producer, "Knight Moves"; also starred


Founded L.A.-based production company SSTM Corp.


Reprised titular role in "Highlander II: The Quickening"


Co-founded Paris-based production company AFCL with his partner Anne Francois


First film produced by AFCL, "Great, My Parents Are Divorced"


Starred in fantasy action film "Highlander" as main protagonist Connor MacLeod, also known as The Highlander


First English-language film in a lead role, "Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes"


Feature acting debut, "The Telephone Bar"


Moved to Geneva at the age of two


Born in New York while his father was a French diplomat at the United Nations

Raised in France