Adán Jodorowsky

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Adán Jodorowsky
Adán Jodorowsky in 2017
Adán Jodorowsky in 2017
Background information
Also known asAdanowsky
Born (1979-10-29) October 29, 1979 (age 41)
Paris, France
GenresAlternative rock, indie rock,
art rock
Years active2006–present
MembersAdán Jodorowsky (vocals, guitar), Raoul Chichin (Electric Guitar) Romain Caillard (keyboards) Tanguy Truhé (Drums) Jacques Daoud (Background singer and Dancer) Joro Adriamiadanarivo (Background singer and Dancer) Clément Aubert (bass)

Adán Jodorowsky or Adanowsky (born October 29, 1979) is a French-Mexican musician, director and actor.


Jodorowsky was born in France on October 29, 1979.[1] Jodorowsky is the son of the Chilean auteur Alejandro Jodorowsky and French actress Valérie Trumblay, brother to Brontis Jodorowsky and Axel Jodorowsky and the uncle of Alma Jodorowsky.

He has appeared in seven films to this day. As an actor, he won the Saturn Award for Best Performance by a Younger Actor in 1989 for his role in Santa Sangre as young Fénix, one of his father's more renowned films.

On October 30, 2006, he released his first solo album, Étoile Éternelle, as "Adanowsky", and his first single, "L'idole" (meaning "the idol") which was also released in Spanish as "El Ídolo"; the song is about a waiter who wants all the attention and dreams of becoming famous and an idol.

In 2007 he featured as an actor in the Julie Delpy's movie 2 Days In Paris. In 2008, he released his second album, El Ídolo and had a big success in many countries.[citation needed]

In 2011 he released his third solo album Amador and won the UFI award for "Best International Artist Of The Year" and "Best Live Show". Then he met Devendra Banhart, and together, they recorded the song "You are the one" and "Dime Cuándo". He also helped on Alizée's new album, writing a song for her called "La Cándida".

He has composed works such as Echek (2000) and Teou (2001), "The Dance of Reality" as well as directing Echek, Un Sol Con Corazón and El Ídolo, Dancing To The Radio, and the movie The Voice Thief starring himself and Cristóbal Jodorowsky as well as Asia Argento as the lead actress.

In 2012 he produced the first solo (golden) album of León Larregui (lead singer of Mexican band "Zoé").

In 2013 Adán appeared in his father's film The Dance of Reality and composed its soundtrack.

In 2014 he produced and released the Album Ada.

He won 5 prizes for his movie The Voice Thief as Best Director and Best Movie. Also in 2014 Diane Pernet selected this movie to compete at the ASVOFF festival, the first annual festival in the world about fashion films.

In 2015 Adán Jodorowsky directed a video for his song "Would You Be Mine" with the porn actress Stoya. He is now acting the main character (young Alejandro Jodorowsky) in his father's movie Poesía sin fin, which is the second part of La Danza De La Realidad.


Film Year Character
Endless Poetry 2016 Alejandro
The Dance of Reality 2013 Adan
2 Days in Paris 2007 Mathieu
Grandes écoles 2004 L'étudiant start-up
Rien, voilà l'ordre 2003 Le présentateur télé
Les araignées de la nuit 2002 Le truand
Les Héros sont debout 1997 Le voleur du vidéo-club
Santa Sangre 1989 Young Fenix
As director Year
Echek 2000
El Idolo 2006
Don't try to fool me 2009
Un sol con Corazón 2010
Me siento solo 2011
The Voice Thief 2012
Dancing To The Radio 2013
Criminal 2013
Les Huîtres 2013
Would You Be Mine 2015


Adanowsky in Buenos Aires, Argentina
The Hellboys Year
Everything You Learned 1998
Mutant Love EP 2005
Mutant Love 2006
As collaborator Year
Adrienne Pauly 2006
As Producer Year
León Larregui 2012
Voluma, Leon Larregui 2016
BACH, Bandalos Chinos 2018
Solo Year
Étoile Éternelle 2006
El ídolo 2008
Amador 2010
Ada 2014
Adan & Xavi y los Imanes 2016
Esencia Solar 2017
As film composer Year
Echek 2000
Teou 2001
2 Days in Paris 2007
The Dance of Reality 2013
Endless Poetry 2017



  1. ^ "Adan Jodorowsky". IMDb. Retrieved 2015-10-23. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)

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