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Rémi Gaillard (born 7 February 1975, in Montpellier (Hérault), France) is a French humorist.
He gained attention in the French media after performing a well-documented series of pranks, including a famous appearance disguised as a Lorient football player in the 2002 Coupe de France final match, during which he took part in the winner's celebrations and was even greeted by the then president of France Jacques Chirac.
Gaillard has appeared in several sport events, TV game shows and political rallies.



[edit] Concept

Rémi Gaillard became famous for his videos where he displays an "outrageous" style of humour.[1] His videos are mostly posted on his YouTube channel. In most, Gaillard plays pranks on other people and TV shows.[1]
Gaillard's motto is C'est en faisant n'importe quoi qu'on devient n'importe qui ("It's by doing anything that one becomes anybody"), which he uses to explain and justify his behaviour.
Most of Gaillard's video are shot by his friend Grégory Lafargue.[2]

[edit] Sketches

The majority of Gaillard's sketches are of the hidden camera type, in which the antagonist performs an unexpected or surprising action to elicit humorous responses from the bewildered witnesses. Gaillard often disguises himself for these sketches. His pranks can also be regarded as an act of exhibitionism, especially when posing as a member of a sports team. During some pranks, Gaillard is accompanied by a crowd of friends, giving the action a flashmob-like nature. Some other videos may feature acrobatics like aiming soccer balls at distant goal-like objects, or more still aim to antagonize police forces he interacts with during his sketches.
Rémi shot his first sketch in 1999,[1] with a friend in Montpellier. In 2001, he created an internet website, nimportequi.net.[1]
He gained notoriety in 2002 at the finals of the Coupe de France. Disguised as a Lorient player, he celebrated the team's victory with the players, had a handshake with the then French President Jacques Chirac, and signed autographs, without anyone realizing that he wasn't a player on the team.[citation needed]
In 2007, he gained the attention of journalists from Le Monde and was invited on a few talk shows.[citation needed].
On his official site, Gaillard claims 898 million views on his videos on the web.[3]
Gaillard also appeared in an Orangina, pepsi and durex commercial.

[edit] External links

[edit] References

  1. ^ a b c d « Rémi Gaillard : Farce de frappe », Sabrina Champenois, écrans.fr, February 11, 2009
  2. ^ (French) « N’importe quoi - L'équipage » on Gaillard's official site
  3. ^ (French) Official site of Rémi Gaillard, 12 December 2010

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