Clara Morgane

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Clara Morgane
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Clara Morgane (French pronunciation: ​[klaʁa mɔʁˈɡan] is a French singer, media personality, TV host and former pornographic actress.


Clara Morgane first became notable as a porn star : she started making movies with her boyfriend Greg Centauro and Pierre Piot in 2000 and, after a few amateur shoots, quickly became a professional actress. She stopped her porn career after only two years and seven movies,[1] eventually ending her relationship with Centauro who did not wish to leave the porn industry. In 2001, she started hosting on Canal+ Le Journal du hard, a magazine dedicated to the industry. She hosted it for seven years.[2]

In 2003, she published her first autobiography, Sex Star.[citation needed]

Singing career[edit]

In 2007, she started a singing career. Rudy Lansard and Abdel Maalikoom produced her first song J'Aime.[citation needed] Her debut album, DéCLARAtions was released 18 June 2007, with a mixture of funk, hip-hop and R'n'B. Clara Morgane wrote the lyrics for all the songs.[citation needed] The first single, J'Aime featuring rapper Lord Kossity, and Sexy Girl have been available online since 26 March 2007.[citation needed]

Titles and awards[edit]

She received a Hot d'Or Award for "Best French Starlet" in 2001.[3]

She was elected the top French and eighth sexiest woman in the world by the French edition of the magazine FHM.[citation needed]

She was also the first French woman to be featured on the cover page of the U.S. edition of Penthouse, and she has appeared on more than 40 magazine covers including VSD, FHM, Private, Playboy, Newlook and Maxim.[citation needed]




  • J'Aime (duo with Lord Kossity) (2007)
  • Sexy Girl (2007)
  • Nous Deux (2008)
  • Le Diable au Corps (2010)
  • IL (2011)
  • Good Time (2011)
  • Je t'Adore (2012)
  • Comme Un Boomerang (2012)
  • I’m so Excited (2014)
  • Eve (2015)
  • Mon Étage (2015)
  • Ouvre (2016)

Music videos[edit]

  • J'Aime
  • Sexy Girl
  • Nous Deux
  • Nous Deux (remix) (by Hakimakli)
  • Le Diable au Corps
  • Beautiful Things (Tiesto) (2005)
  • IL (2011)
  • Good Time (2011)
  • Good Time (acoustique) (2011)
  • Vous/Mademoiselle X (2011)
  • Je t'Adore (2012)
  • Comme Un Boomerang (2012)
  • Ce qu’il me faut (2013)
  • I’m so Excited (2014)
  • Eve (2015)
  • Mon Étage (2015)
  • Ouvre (2016)
  • Rouge (2017)


  • ‹See Tfd›(in French) Sex Star, Adcan Edition, 2003, ISBN 2-84814-009-7
  • ‹See Tfd›(in French) Kâma Sûtra, Adcan Edition, 2004, illustrated ISBN 2-9516572-1-8


  • Sarl Péché Capital Media (PCM) – created 2003-12-06
  • Sarl M Holding – created 2007-04-12

Further reading[edit]

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ ‹See Tfd›(in French) Biography Archived 14 January 2012 at the Wayback Machine on Hot Vidéo
  2. ^ ‹See Tfd›(in French) Journal du hard, de Vandel à Donia Eden, Le Figaro, 9 January 2012
  3. ^ "Hot d'Or archives presse x, articles sur les Hot d'or". Archived from the original on 16 March 2014. Retrieved 2014-05-16.

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