Hélène Rollès

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Hélène Rollès
Born (1966-12-20) 20 December 1966 (age 50)
Le Mans, France
Genres Pop
Occupation(s) Singer, Actress
Instruments Vocals, guitar
Years active 1979-2005

Hélène Rollès (born 20 December 1966) is a French actress and singer, primarily known for her major role in the TV sitcom Helen and the boys (Hélène et les Garçons), alongside Sébastien Roch.

Life and career[edit]

In the 1990s, she played Hélène Girard, Justine’s old sister, in the sitcom Premiers Baisers. Due to the interest around the role character, Jean-Luc Azoulay decided to create a sitcom based on her character in 1992 and named it Hélène et les Garçons.

Hélène et les Garçons became an instant television success. This TV show which recounts love stories of a student band at the university, garnered up to 6,500,000 viewers every night.

The show has been adapted for foreign countries like the USA, Norway, Spain, Denmark, Greece , Sweden and Russia.

Rollès made her musical debut with Pour l'amour d'un garçon and Peut être qu'en septembre.

Her career peaked in 1993, when she published her most popular album, Je m'appelle Hélène, which sold 900,000 and went triple platinum. In February 1993, Rollès was nominated for a Victoires de la Musique. The same year the book Je m'appelle Hélène was published by editions Montjoie.

The director Morgan Delaunay has published a documentary on the net titled Hélène Rolles, une étoile pas comme les autres.[1]

She participated in a spin-off series of la Ferme Célébrités and Première Compagnie (reality show).

In February 2013 Rollès adopted two children, a brother and a sister, from Ethiopia.[2]


Date Titles
1979 The Black Sheep (Le Mouton noir)
1991 First Kisses (Premiers baisers) (TV)
1992 Helen and the Guys (Hélène et les garçons) (TV)
1994 The Miracle of Love (Le Miracle de l'amour) (TV)
2000 Exit (film)
2000 Holidays of Love (Les vacances de l'amour) (TV)
2011 Mysteries of Love (Les mystères de l'amour) (TV)


  • 1989: Hélène
    • "Dans ses grands yeux verts"
    • "Ce train qui s'en va"
    • "Sarah"
    • "Jimmy Jimmy"
  • 1992: Hélène 1992 (#7 in France)
    • "Pour l'amour d'un garçon" (#4 in France)[3]
    • "Peut-être qu'en septembre" (#11 in France)[4]
  • 1993: Hélène 1993
    • "Je m'appelle Hélène" (#5 in France)[5]
    • "Dans les yeux d'une fille"
    • "Amour secret"
  • 1994: Hélène 1994
    • "Le Miracle de l'amour"
    • "Moi aussi je vous aime"
    • "Imagine"
  • 1995: Toi... émois
    • "Je t'aime"
    • "Toi"
  • 1995: Les étoiles de Noël (compilation of Christmas songs recorded by various artists)
  • 1997: Hélène 1997 (#39 in France)
    • "À force de solitude"


  • Hélène 1992
  • Hélène 1993
  • Zénith 1993
  • Hélène 1994
  • Hélène 1995
  • Bercy 1995


  1. ^ Une étoile pas comme les autres
  2. ^ UL’actrice Hélène Rollès adopte deux enfants en Ethiopie
  3. ^ "Pour l'amour d'un garçon", French Singles Chart Lescharts.com (Retrieved May 11, 2008)
  4. ^ "Peut-être qu'en septembre", French Singles Chart Lescharts.com (Retrieved May 11, 2008)
  5. ^ "Je m'appelle Hélène", French Singles Chart Lescharts.com (Retrieved May 11, 2008)

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