French Media: Raspy-voiced Singer Juliette Greco Dead At 93


PARIS: Juliette Greco, a French singer, actress, cultural icon and muse to existentialist philosophers of the countrys post-War duration, has died elderly 93, French media stated Wednesday.

They stated Greco died in her Ramatuelle space within the south of France, close to Saint Tropez.

The mayor of Nice, Christian Estrosi, tweeted {that a} very grand girl, an immense artist has long past.

With expressive eyes inherited from her Greek ancestors and an impossibly deep, raspy voice — received from years of cigarette-smoking — Greco immortalized a few of Frances maximum recognizable songs in a long lasting seven-decade profession, together with the classics Soul le ciel de Paris (Under the Parisian sky) and Je hais les dimanches (I hate Sundays).

Greco was once born in Montpellier on February 7, 1927, and went directly to develop into a French song and type icon whose bobbed hair, Cleopatra-style eye-lines and demure black garments changed into synonymous with the rebellious 1960s.

In March, 2016, Greco suffered a stroke whilst she was once preventing off in Lyon as a part of her excursion, and cancelled the remainder of her concert events. It was once the similar 12 months that her handiest daughter, Laurence-Marie, died, of most cancers.


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