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Zappy Max (Maxime Doucet) was born on 23 June, 1921 in Paris, France, is an Actor, Soundtrack. Discover Zappy Max's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of Zappy Max networth?

Popular As Maxime Doucet
Occupation actor,soundtrack
Age 98 years old
Zodiac Sign Cancer
Born 23 June 1921
Birthday 23 June
Birthplace Paris, France
Date of death 16 June, 2019
Died Place Aix-en-Provence, Bouches-du-Rhône, France
Nationality France

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He was awarded the Prix Jean Nohain in 2005.


Zappy Max published his memoirs in Ça va bouillir/It Will Boil! (2000) and in L'âge d'or de la radio/ The Golden Age of Radio (2004).


His last film appearance was in the drama Outremer/Overseas (1990, Brigitte Roüan) with Nicole Garcia.


His work at Radio Luxembourg ended in 1966 when it became RTL, but continued his radio career at Radio Monte Carlo (RMC) by hosting the game Quitte ou double (Double or Nothing) again from 1974 until 1982/1983.


His other films include Les Chiffoniers d'Emmaüs/The Chiffoniers Emmaus (1955, Robert Darène) with Dany Carrel, Les lumières du soir/The Evening Lights (1956, Robert Vernay) with Gaby Morlay, and Printemps à Paris/Spring in Paris (1957, Jean-Claude Roy) starring Dominique Boschero.


He had his first leading role in the comedy Faites-Moi Confiance/Trust Me (1954, Gilles Grangier).


Dynamic Zappy Max was one of the most popular radio hosts in France and Belgium from the 1950's until the 1970's. He worked for Radio Luxembourg (now RTL) and Radio Monte Carlo (RMC); his partner was Mr. Champagne. He also appeared in several French films, often as himself.

Zappy Max performed in plays and in several films, making his film debut with a bit part in the anthology film Souvenirs perdus/Lost Souvenirs (1950, Christian Jacque) and appeared as himself in Quitte ou Double/Double or Nothing (1952, Robert Vernay).


Zappy Max is the pseudonym of Maxime Doucet, who was born in Paris in 1921. His father gave him a passion for the music-hall. There he began his career as a singer with the orchestra of Jacques Hélian, with whom he remained for three years. He then advanced to radio, where he hosted game shows such as Quitte ou double (Double or Nothing) and Crochet radiophonique for Radio Circus, with whom he traveled all over France and Belgium. He did several radio serials: Vas-y Zappy (Go Zappy), Ça va bouillir (It Will Boil) and C'est parti mon Zappy (It's Gone My Zappy).