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Cécilia Cara

Cécilia Cara

Cécilia Cara


Cécilia Cara (b. 1984) is a French singer. Cara was born on the 5th June 1984 in Cannes, France. She started learning ballet at the age of three, and at the age of five she began singing in the school choir. Thanks to different shows and singing contests, she improved her voice and progressively gained self-confidence. For two years in a row, she won first prize in a contest in Nice. She became very popular in her region and she soon gained popularity all over France with a television show launching young artists. Read more on Last.fm
Cécilia Cara (b. 1984) is a French singer. Cara was born on the 5th June 1984 in Cannes, France. She started learning ballet at the age of three, and at the age of five she began singing in the school choir. Thanks to different shows and singing contests, she improved her voice and progressively gained self-confidence. For two years in a row, she won first prize in a contest in Nice.

She became very popular in her region and she soon gained popularity all over France with a television show launching young artists. She finally came fourth out of 500 contestants. Around the same time, a new musical was being developed: Roméo et Juliette, de la haine à l'amour. The presenter of the talent show contacted Roméo & Juliette's producers to introduce Cara; she was sixteen when she debuted as Juliette in January 2001. During her time in Roméo & Juliette, she recorded duets with French recording artist Florent Pagny, as well as former Boyzone member Ronan Keating. Since being in "Romeo & Juliette", Cara has recorded a duet with Grégori Baquet for his album On se mesure.

She can also be heard doing backing vocals on Baquet's first single "Donne-moi". In 2003, Cara released “Le dernier reflet”, the first single from her album. Cara is also pursuing her acting career in films. Her first feature role was as Alice in the French film Le carton. She recently finished a short film called Droit au cœur.

In 2004 she did the vocal dubbing of the role of Christine Daaé for the French cinema release of Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical The Phantom of the Opera. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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