Chantal Goya

Chantal Goya

Chantal Goya (nombre real, Chantal Deguerre), nacida el 10 de junio de 1942 en Saigón (Indochina Francesa), es una cantante y actriz francesa.
Actriz de la Nouvelle vague, comenzó a actuar en 1966 en Masculin, féminin de Jean-Luc Godard.
En los 1970, dejó aparcada su carrera de actriz para cantar canciones infantiles, sobre todo para niños pequeños, con su marido, el cantautor Jean-Jacques Debout y sus peculiares diseños de vestuario para niños. Sus temas principales son los viajes y los sueños. Su personaje principal es Marie-Rose, una mezcla de niñera y hermana mayor, una particular Julie Andrews en Sonrisas y lágrimas o Mary Poppins.

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  • Fecha de nacimiento: 1942-06-10
  • Lugar de nacimiento: Saigon, Vietnam


From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Chantal Goya (born Chantal Deguerre on June 10, 1942 in Saigon) is a French singer and actress. Chantal Goya started her career as a yé-yé girl, singing a catchy mid-'60s hybrid of girl-group pop and French chanson. She also enjoyed a career as a French New Wave actress; she had a starring role as Madeleine in the 1966 Jean-Luc Godard film Masculin, féminin and in Jean-Daniel Pollet's L'amour c'est gai, l'amour c'est triste (Love is joy, love is sad). Since 1975, she has become mostly known as a singer for children. Together with her husband, songwriter and composer Jean-Jacques Debout, and with a talented team of designers and costume people, she does shows for and with children. The main themes are dreams and traveling. Her usual character is Marie-Rose, a mix between a maid and an older sister (reminiscent of Julie Andrews in both The Sound of Music and Mary Poppins). Description above from the Wikipedia article Chantal Goya, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.