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Pascal Sevran (1945–2008)

Pascal Sevran was born on October 16, 1945 in Paris, France as Jean-Claude Jouhaud. He died on May 9, 2008 in Limoges, Haute-Vienne, France. See full bio »

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Known For

Le tout nouveau testament
Chanter la vie
Chanter la vie Producer
A Secret
A Secret Soundtrack
La chance aux chansons


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 2016 Dalida (lyrics: "Il Venait d'Avoir 18 ans") / (writer: "Besame Mucho", "Comme disait Mistinguett")
 2015 Le tout nouveau testament (lyrics: "Il Venait d'Avoir 18 ans")
 2007 A Secret (writer: "Génération Musette")
 2001 Transfixed (lyrics: "Il Venait d'Avoir 18 ans")
  La chance aux chansons (TV Series) (performer - 14 episodes, 1987 - 2000) (lyrics - 4 episodes, 1987 - 1993)
- Partie de Campagne au Bord de l'Eau (2000) ... (performer: "Chanson Populaire")
- Du Front populaire aux années noires (1999) ... (performer: "La Chanson du Maçon", "Ca Sent si Bon la France")
- Les coulisses de la chance (1996) ... (performer: "La Chanson du Maçon")
- Les Voix du Bal (1995) ... (performer: "Chanson Populaire")
- Dancing Party (1994) ... (performer: "Chanson Populaire")
 1994 Mina Tannenbaum (lyrics: "Il Venait d'Avoir 18 ans")
 1978 Trocadéro bleu citron (lyrics: "Trocadéro Bleu Citron")
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Show Show Writer (2 credits)
Show Show Actor (1 credit)
Show Show Self (32 credits)

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In 1993, he recorded two songs composed by Henri Betti with the lyrics of Maurice Chevalier and Maurice Vandair for the album "À la Française" : "La Chanson du Maçon" (1941) and "Chanson Populaire" (1945). See more »

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