Mallaury Nataf

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Mallaury Nataf
Born Marie-Laurence Nataf
(1972-03-19) 19 March 1972 (age 45)
Lille, France
Other names Mallory Nataf , Malorie Nataf

Mallaury Nataf (aka Mallory Nataf) (born Marie-Laurence Nataf, 19 March 1972) is a French singer and actress.

Biography[edit]

Personal life[edit]

Mallaury Nataf was born in Lille, France. She spent her childhood between Lille and Nice and her parents divorced when she was young. Before playing in television shows, she attended law and business studies.

Career[edit]

She began her career in the sitcom Le Miel et les Abeilles, produced by AB Productions in late 1992 until 1994. Like other AB Productions like Hélène Rolles, she released a track single produced by AB Productions (Les Filles, c'est très compliqué).

In spring 1994, she sang her title Fleur sauvage without underwear under her short dress on a children show[1] - the Jacky Show - and images from the show triggered a public scandal. Late 1994, she left Le Miel et les Abeilles and decided to get out from the AB Productions system.

Then she played in some movies for television, like Une femme explosive (1996) with Roger Hanin and she played in the first ten episodes of Saint Tropez (Sous le soleil into French television) in 1996 .

She also played in the movie Les Deux Papas et la Maman with Smaïn, Arielle Dombasle and Antoine de Caunes.

In 1998, she hosted Cinémascope on the musical cable channel MCM.

She released a CD for children during the Christmas holidays in 1999: Malorie Noël 2000. She played a dozen of theatre pieces from 1992 to 2000. In 2001, she re-attended law studies for some months.[2]

In spring 2005, she was one of the contestants of the real TV la Ferme Célébrités 2[3] on TF1, and she was eliminated at the end of the first week, she also played in the movie ADN from Judith Cahen.

Her life has since taken an unfortunate turn; in February 2012, she admitted in an interview with Le Parisien that she was homeless, and that her two oldest children had been put into the custody of their respective fathers. Later, she and her youngest son, Shiloh, were found by Parisian police sleeping in the road in the 3rd arrondisement in Paris. They were not immediately recognized, but later were identified, and 3 year old Shiloh was taken out of his mother's custody.[4]

Filmography[edit]

Film
Year Film Role Notes
1993 Jacques le Fataliste (Jacques the Fatalist) Sylvie
1994 Long Life Together (Siete mil días juntos) Uncredited
1996 Les deux papas et la maman (Two Dads and One Mom) Clarisse
Al centro dell'area di rigore (Forza Roma) Nini
1998 Scalp Unknown Short film
1999 Oeil pour Oeil Unknown Short film
2001 Adieu Babylone Unknown
2005 ADN Herself Documentary
2006 Bleu blanc rouge Airport voice #1
Television
Year Title Role Notes
1992–1994 Le Miel et les Abeilles Lola Garnier 166 episodes
1994 Les filles d'à côté Herself 1 episode
1995 Le groom Sonia Television movie
Une famille en or (Des copains en or) Lola Garnier Special episode Le Miel et les Abeilles
1996 Une femme explosive Isabelle Television movie
Saint Tropez (Sous le Soleil) Sandra 13 episodes
2005–2006 Les coulisses du show-business Herself

Singer[edit]

  • 1993: Les filles c'est très compliqué, single (+ Fleur sauvage)
  • 2000: Malorie Noël 2000

Private life[edit]

In the 1990s, she dated Hervé Noel, a former TV presenter and actor.

In 1998, she gave birth to a boy called Raphaël and in 2000, she gave birth to a girl named Angeline In July 2009, she gave birth at home to a boy[5] with her new boyfriend called Abraham.

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