Olivier Nakache (born 15 April 1973) and Éric Toledano (born 3 July 1971) are French filmmakers, best known for directing the films Those Happy Days and The Intouchables.
Olivier Nakache was born to Jewish migrant parents from Algeria. His sister is actress and director Géraldine Nakache.
Éric Toledano was born to Jewish migrant parents from Morocco.
Nakache and Toledano collaborated several times before directing The Intouchables (2011), which became one of the greatest box office successes in French film history and for which they were nominated for several awards, including three Cesar Awards. They have collaborated several times with actor Omar Sy, most recently with the 2014 film Samba. They will be releasing a new movie in 2019 called The Specials starring Vincent Cassel and Reda Kateb