Lara Fabian


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Lara Fabian

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Lara Fabian was born on January 9, 1970 and is 52 years old now.

Birthday: January 9, 1970
How Old - Age: 52

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Lara Fabian - Biography

Lara Crokaert, better known as Lara Fabian, is a Belgian-Canadian singer. She has sold over 20 million records worldwide and is the best-selling Belgian female artist of all time. She was born in Etterbeek, Brussels to a Belgian father and a Sicilian mother. Since 1996 she holds a Canadian citizenship alongside the original Belgian.
Fabian is a full lyric soprano with a vocal range that spans three octaves from C3 to G♯6 in live performances. She is multilingual, in fact she speaks French, Spanish, Italian and English. She has also sung in Azerbaijani, German, Greek, Hebrew, Portuguese, Russian, and Turkish.

Constant touring in Québec helped Fabian's 1994 album Carpe diem become her breakthrough album. The album went Gold three weeks after its release, and spawned three hit singles: "Tu t'en vas", "Si tu m'aimes", and "Leïla". The following year, the album went triple platinum.
Fabian received two Félix awards at the 1995 ADISQ gala: Best Show Of The Year and Best Female Singer Of The Year (a category that is voted for by the public).
In 1996, Walt Disney Studios hired Fabian to voice the character of Esmeralda in the French version of the animated feature The Hunchback of Notre Dame. Disney also included "Que Dieu aide les exclus", Fabian's French version of the song "God Help The Outcasts", on the film's English soundtrack album alongside Bette Midler's version.
In September 2018 Fabian announced the upcoming release of her new single, "Papillon". Written by Fabian, Moh Denebi and Sharon Vaughn. The single was released on October 5, 2018. It's the first single from her fourteenth album released on February 8, 2019.