Elisa Tovati

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Elisa Tovati
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Elisa Tovati at the premiere of La Vérité si je mens ! 3 in January 2012
Background information
Birth name Elisa Touati
Born (1976-03-23) March 23, 1976 (age 38)
Paris, France

Elisa Tovati born Elisa Touati is a French singer, actress and television personality.

Early years[edit]

Elisa Tovati was born in 1976 to parents of Russo-Moroccan Jewish origins in Paris, France. She showed interest in theatre early in her life, and her teenage years saw her co-presenting a French programme Y'a pas d'lézard. Her co-star was Stéphane Tapie.

Film[edit]

As the years went on, she featured in many telefilms such as Navarro, Highlander and Extrême Limite. Her singing career was to evolve as she was spotted during Roger Hanin's Soleil and the more crucial La Vérité si je mens ! 2 (2001) where she played the girlfriend of José Garcia.

In 2007 she starred in 99 Francs featuring Jean Dujardin and Vahina Giocante.

In late 2014 she became a contestant on the fifth season of TF1's Danse avec les Stars.

Singing career[edit]

Her singing career began on the same year her last film hit the big screen. She compiled her first album whose name comes from her first ever song and single, making it to the Top 50 in the French Charts, Moi, je t'aime pour rien. Her 2002 album, Ange Étrange was made possible by others in the music industry, namely: Rick Allison, Richard Seff, Patrick Bruel, Yaël Benzaquen and fellow musician Axelle Renoir. In 2011, she released her first album in six years Le syndrome de Peter Pan.[1]

Personal life[edit]

In 2006, Tovati married Universal music producer Sébastien Saussez. The couple has two sons.[2]

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Album Title Album details Peak chart positions
FRA
Ange Étrange
Je ne mâche pas les mots 53
Le syndrome de Peter Pan 45
Cabin 23 113

Singles[edit]

Year Title Peak chart Positions Album
FRA BEL (FLA) BEL (WAL) SWI
2002 "Moi, je t'aime pour rien" 93 Non-album single
2006 "Débile menthol" Je ne mâche pas les mots
2011 "Il nous faut" (with Tom Dice) 6 1 1 36 Le syndrome de Peter Pan
2012 "Tous les chemins" 68 Le syndrome de Peter Pan
Others

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Director Notes
1993 Premiers baisers Céline Nicolas Cahen TV Series (1 Episode : "Les loubards")
Golden Balls Rita Bigas Luna
1994 3000 scénarios contre un virus Jacky Cukier TV Series (1 Episode : "Affreux, bêtes et très méchants")
1995 Nestor Burma Omaya Joël Séria TV Series (1 Episode : "Le cinquième procédé")
Extrême limite Louise Bernard Dubois TV Series (2 Episodes)
Les derniers mots A thug Yannick Saillet Short
Navarro Flo Nicolas Ribowski TV Series (1 Episode : "Le choix de Navarro")
1997 À fond la caisse Wonder Woman Vincent Rivier Short
Highlander: The Series Gilda Richard Martin TV Series (1 Episode : "Duende")
Soleil Mounette Roger Hanin
Navarro Valentina Nicolas Ribowski (X2) TV Series (1 Episode : "Verdict")
1998-1999 Au coeur de la loi Nadia Denis Malleval TV Series (6 Episodes)
2001 La vérité si je mens! 2 Chochana Boutboul Thomas Gilou
2002 Génération start-up Arnaud Sélignac TV Movie
Sexes très opposés Annick Eric Assous
2004 Paul Sauvage Iris Frédéric Tellier TV Movie
Imperium: Nerone Poppea Paul Marcus TV Movie
2006 Fabien Cosma Louise Monclar Bruno Garcia TV Series (1 Episode : "Sans raison apparente")
2007 Zone libre Mauricette Christophe Malavoy
99 Francs Tamara Jan Kounen
2008 La jeune fille et les loups Séréna Gilles Legrand
2009 Cyprien Aurore Diamentis David Charhon
2011 La chance de ma vie The bride Nicolas Cuche
Comme tu lui ressembles Céline Philippe Coroyer Short
2012 La vérité si je mens! 3 Chochana Boutboul Thomas Gilou (X2)
Tu honoreras ta mère et ta mère Rachel Brigitte Roüan
2014 3 Mariages et un coup de foudre Sarah Gilles de Maistre TV Movie
Post-Production

References[edit]

  1. ^ Déborah Laurent (September 12, 2011). "Elisa Tovati, ex-princesse "rattrapée par les événements"". 7 Sur 7 (in French). Retrieved May 15, 2012. 
  2. ^ "Elisa Tovati, maman d’un petit Léo". RTL. March 2, 2012. Retrieved May 15, 2012. 

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