January 20, 1980 |
|Occupations||Singer, songwriter, musician, actress|
|Instruments||Vocals, guitar, piano|
Influenced by pop and folk, she took lessons in piano, self-taught guitar playing and singing which transformed her natural talent into beautiful music. She graduated law school. She starting performing in a jazz and funk band at small venues in Paris, drawing the attention of Warner Music Group, which offered her a record deal on their label. In 2008, Maeva was cast for the role of Nannerl in the highly acclaimed French musical Mozart, l'opéra rock, which brought her worldwide fame and recognition.
In 2010, she provided the vocals for the song "How to Believe" in the French version of Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue (Clochette et l'Expédition féerique). Also, Maeva was the voice actress and singer for Rapunzel in the French version of the Disney animated movie Tangled (Raiponce).
In 2011, Maeva released her singles : À Genoux and La Lumière. She returned to her role as a voice actress of Rapunzel for the French version of the Tangled sequel Tangled Ever After (Le Mariage de Raiponce). Maeva also performed the vocals of princess Merida for the French version of the Disney/Pixar animated film Brave (Rebelle).
|2009||Les solos sous les draps||Mozart, l'opéra rock|
|2009||Le Bien qui fait mal||Mozart, l'opéra rock|
|2009||Dors mon ange||Mozart, l'opéra rock|
|2009||Pensez l'impossible||Mozart, l'opéra rock|
|2009||Debout les fous||Mozart, l'opéra rock|
|2010||C'est bientôt la Fin||Mozart, l'opéra rock|
|2012||La dernière couche||—|
- 2009 : Clochette et l'Expédition féerique (Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue) : Soloist for the song Comment y croire
- 2010 : Raiponce (Tangled) : as princess Rapunzel (adult voice and soundtrack)
- 2011 : Voice role for the French version of TV animated series Trust Me I'm a Genie (Diego et Ziggy)
- 2011 : La Colline aux coquelicots (From Up on Poppy Hill) : Yûko
- 2012 : Le Mariage de Raiponce (Tangled Ever After) : princess Rapunzel
- 2012 : Rebelle (Brave) : princess Merida (singing voice, soundtrack)