Marie Laforêt was bornon 5 October 1939 in Soulac-sur-Mer, French, is Singer. Marie Laforêt is a famous French singer and actress, who began her career at the age of twenty. Since then, this artiste, who faced dire poverty and psychological stigma as a child, has overcome her inhibitions, and given stellar performances not just in French and Italian movies, but also as a singer. She is known for her exceptional beauty with sharp facial features, which add to her brilliant talent as an actor. As a singer, this accomplished musician stands out from the crowd owing to her melodious, haunting voice, which overflows with emotions. This singer has always believed in singing from the heart, and when her career stood in the way of her ideals, she chose to quit music. A celebrated actor, her most famous movies are 'Les Diplômés du dernier rang', 'Déjà Vu', and 'Fucking Fernand', amongst many more. She is also remembered for her record-breaking hits like 'À demain my darling', 'Viens, viens', and her own renditions of 'Blowin' in the Wind', 'Paint It Black', and 'The Sound of Silence', performed originally by Bob Dylan, Rolling Stones, and Simon and Garfunkel respectively. Even today, French music seems incomplete without this splendid singer contributing her magic to it
In the 2000s, she travelled for a long-awaited national tour, across France, performing live in concerts
In 1993, she released her last record, 'Reconnaissances', for which she turned songwriter, working in collaboration with writer Jean-Marie Leau
In the 1980s, Laforêt was seen in several commercially successful Italian and French movies including, 'Les Diplômés du dernier rang', 'Le Pactole', 'Fucking Fernand', and 'Happy Easter'
Laforêt's most successful production, was her single, 'Il a neigé sur Yesterday', released in 1977
During 1973-79, Marie delivered the hits, 'Viens, viens', adapted from Simon Butterfly's German track, 'Rain, Rain, Rain', as well as the single, 'Il a neigé sur yesterday'
In 1971, she got married to Alain Kahn-Sriber, an art dealer, with who she had a third child
From 1967-69, she acted in successful films like Roger Boussinot's 'Le Treizième Caprice', and the 'MGM' production, 'Jack of Diamonds', directed by Don Taylor
In 1965, Marie appeared in the movies, Cent briques et des tuiles, Marie-Chantal contre le docteur Kha, and The Camp Followers
In the year 1963, Laforêt produced several hit singles including 'Tu fais semblant – Les vendanges de l'amour', and 'Au coeur de l'automne – L'amour en fleurs/ Qu'est-ce qui fait pleurer les filles – Mais si loin de moi'
In 1961, she appeared in filmmaker, Jean-Gabriel Albicocco's movie, 'La Fille aux Yeux d'Or' ('The Girl with the Golden Eyes')
She was subsequently launched in 1960 in the film, 'Plein Soleil', alongside Alain Delon
Marie began her singing career when she contested in 1959, instead of her sister at the 'Naissance d'une étoile', a French talent hunt for the radio
Initially the family took refuge at a place known as Cahors, but after 1945, when Jean was released, they settled down in the capital city, Paris
Maïténa Marie Brigitte Douménach was born to Jean Douménach and Marie-Louise Saint Guily, on October 5, 1939, in the Soulac-sur-Mer commune of the Médoc region, France