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Adrienne Pauly (born 30 May 1977) is a French actress and pop-rock singer, born in Clamart, France.
She joined the Conservatoire National Superieur d'Art Dramatique in 1996, where she studied drama, and acted in films until 2002, when she discovered the piano through Camille Bazbaz. After, she recorded a demo and, in 2004, made his first concert at the House of Live in Paris, and then to Dejazey in Rennes and thereafter at the Lavoir Moderne and at the Olympic Café. She released her first album on 16 October 2006.
- 1997: Mauvais genre de Laurent Bénégui
- 1997: Il y a des journées qui mériteraient qu'on leur casse la gueule d'Alan Beigel
- 1998: Terminale de Francis Girod
- 1999: Au cœur du mensonge de Claude Chabrol
- 2002: La Bête de miséricorde de Jean-Pierre Mocky
- 2009: Bellamy de Claude Chabrol
- 2006: Adrienne Pauly (first album)
- 2006: "J'veux un mec"
- 2006: "Nazebroke" ("La fille au Prisunic")
- 2007: Victoires de la Musique: "Artist Discovery of the Year"
- 2007: Victoires de la Musique: "Album Discovery of the Year"