Jaid Barrymore

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Jaid Barrymore with Ja Rule in February 2005

Ildiko Jaid Barrymore (born May 8, 1946 in Brannenburg , Bavaria ; as Ildikó Jaid Makó ) is an American actress of Hungarian origin.


Ildikó Jaid Makó, the real name of the actress, was born in 1946 as the daughter of a Hungarian couple in an Allied camp for " Displaced Persons " outside Munich. She later moved to the United States. Here she met the actor John Drew Barrymore in the 1970s , whom she also married a short time later. The common daughter Drew Barrymore comes from this connection . A short time later, the couple separated again.

Jaid Barrymore began to work as an actress in the early 1980s and sometimes played alongside her better-known daughter Drew, but she never came close to her success. She caused a sensation in September 1995 when she had herself photographed for the US edition of Playboy and appeared on the cover of men's magazine - eight months after her daughter Drew posed for the magazine.


  • 1982: Nightshift - The Morgue is freaking out (Night Shift)
  • 1984: Triple Trouble (Irreconcilable Differences)
  • 1992: Guncrazy
  • 1992: Me, Myself and I
  • 1992–1993: Eek! The Cat (TV series, 26 episodes, voice)
  • 1993: Doppelganger (Doppelganger)
  • 1994: Inevitable Grace
  • 1997: Silent Prey
  • 1998: Enchanted
  • 1998: Last Days of Disco - History is made at night (The Last Days of Disco)
  • 1999: The Stand-In
  • 2000: glam trash
  • 2000: He Outta Be Committed
  • 2000: Everything's Jake
  • 2001: Directing Eddie (short film)
  • 2001: The Wedding
  • 2002: Freax and the City (Big Apple)
  • 2003: The Lucky Ones
  • 2005: Funny Valentine
  • 2005: Searching for Bobby D
  • 2008: Redirecting Eddie

Web links

Commons : Jaid Barrymore  - Collection of Images

Individual evidence

  1. Entry at filmreference.com