France Gall Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, DOB(Famous Birthday), Family, Husband, Net Worth

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France Gall (Isabelle Geneviève Marie Anne Gall)

Last Updated: 10 Apr, 2024 | Views: 276

Age: 70

Profession: Singer

Famous For: A Simple Favor (2018), Gunpowder Milkshake (2021) And Heartbeats (2010)

France Gall Birth Date, Sign, Religion, Nationality, Hometown

Date of Birth
09 Oct, 1947 (70 Years 02 Months 29 Days)

Birth Country
France

Birth State/Province
Paris

Birth Sign
Libra

Religion
Catholicism

Nationalities
French

Died on
07 Jan, 2018

Cause of Death
Cancer

France Gall Early life, Education, Career, Awards, Achievements, Controversy, Unknown Facts

About (Profile/Biography): 
France Gall was born on 9 October 1947 and died on 7 January 2018. She was a French singer who won Luxembourg's Eurovision Song Contest in 1965 at 17. Her collaboration with Michel Berger lasted from 1973 to 1992.
France Gall Career:
France Gall Early Years:
• France Gall was born in 1947 to a musical family in Paris. Édith Piaf and Charles Aznavour were among the singers her father penned songs for. Cécile Berthier, her mother, was a singer and the daughter of Paul Berthier, co-founder of Les Petits Chanteurs à la Croix de Bois.

• France Gall was the only daughter of her family and had two brothers, Patrice and Philippe. In 1963, Robert Gall encouraged his daughter to record songs and send them to publisher Denis Bourgeois.

• France Gall auditioned for Bourgeois at the Théâtre des Champs-Élysées in Paris that July, and Bourgeois immediately signed her. Philips signed France later on.

• Bourgeois was already working for the label as artistic director for Serge Gainsbourg when he assumed the same role for Gall. 
France Gall Professional Career:
France Gall In 1965
• In 1964, France Gall, who had previously resisted the idea, gave in and recorded a single aimed at children. In 1965, "Sacré Charlemagne," written by her father and arranged by George Liferman, became a hit in France and Turkey, peaking at number one.
France Gall Eurovision
• France Gall represented Luxembourg at the Eurovision Song Contest 1965. She chose Gainsbourg's "Poupée de wax, Poupée de son" from the ten songs offered to her.

• During rehearsals, Gainsbourg, Gall, and Goraguer were booed for the song for being so far from the usual type of song for the contest at that time.
France Gall Film Opportunities
• France Gall starred in Viva Morandi, a television film based on the Federico Fellini film Giulietta degli Spiriti (Juliet of the Spirits) in 1965.

• France Gall considered appearing on screen for a cinematographic collaboration with her best friend, Telsche Boorman. In 1996, Boorman passed away before the project could be completed.

• Sara Forestier portrayed Gall in the French feature Gainsbourg (Vie humaine), released in January 2010, based on the graphic novel by Joann Sfar.
France Gall Musicals
• France Gall took to the stage once again in 1978, pushed by Berger, starring in a show called Made in France at the Théâtre des Champs-Élysées, where she auditioned 15 years earlier. 

• France Gall participated in a new show in 1979 that many remember. Michel Berger composed the music for Starmania, and Québécois author Luc Plamondon wrote the story. France was a surprise success for the musical. The show ran at the Paris Palais des congrès for one month.
France Gall Personal Life
• France Gall married Michel Berger, her collaborator and songwriter, on 22 June 1976. Pauline and Raphael were their two children.
France Gall Death And Legacy
• France Gall, a long-time breast cancer survivor, died of an infection at the American Hospital of Paris in Neuilly-sur-Seine on January 7 after a two-year battle with an undisclosed primary cancer.

• Her husband and daughter were buried at the Montmartre Cemetery in Paris on 20 Avenue Rachel (division 29).

France Gall Height, Weight, Eye Color, Hair

Height (Approx.)
In Centimeters 159 cm
In Meters 1.59 m
In feet & Inches 5'3"

Weight (Approx.)
In Kilograms 55 Kg
In Pounds 121 lbs

Eye Color
Dark Brown

Hair Color
Blonde

France Gall Family, Parents, Kids, Father, Mother, Children

Father's Name
Robert Gall

Mother's Name
Cécile Berthier

Spouse
Michel Berger

Brother(s)
Patrice Gall, Claude Gall, Philippe Gall

Son(s)
Raphaël Hamburger

Daughter(s)
Pauline Berger

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