Helena Noguerra

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Helena Noguerra
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Helena Noguerra, Musique & Cinéma festival in Auxerre
Born (1969-05-18) 18 May 1969 (age 49)
Brussels, Belgium
Occupation actor, singer, television presenter

Helena Noguerra (Brussels, 18 May 1969) is a Belgian actress, singer and television presenter of Portuguese descent. She is the sister of singer Lio.

Her songs have been used in commercials and television programmes such as Lunettes noires pour nuits blanches by Thierry Ardisson (1988–1990). She sang on the 2009 video game Bayonetta, including both the game's main theme Mysterious Destiny and a cover of Fly Me to the Moon.

In 2010 she toured with French band Nouvelle Vague.[1]






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