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Frederique Bel

1975

BIOGRAFÍA DEL ACTOR

Frédérique Bel was born in Annecy in the department of Haute-Savoie. Her parents both owned a small shop and because of their tough living, she worked for them during eight years. After obtaining her high school final exam, she moved to Strasbourg and studied at the university graduating in both modern literature and history of arts, in order to become a teacher. Due to her pretty face, her slender silhouette and her perfect measurements, she then started a modeling career and participated at a number of fashion shows for various brands like Chanel. In the meantime, she also attempted beauty contests and has appeared in several advertisements. She then made her acting debut in 2000 playing a small role in the comedy film Deuxième vie (2000) and later in the comedy film La beuze (2003), and television series Le groupe (2001) where she only briefly appeared. She rose to fame in 2004 for playing Dorothy Doll in the sequence "La Minute Blonde" from Le grand journal de Canal+ (2004), in which she portrays a blond stereotype often dressed in eccentric outfits like a silver suit or long white boots. The character was kind of an ironic image against misogyny. In each sequence, she talks and makes small sketches to a celebrity who is in fact in black and white and made of cardboard. The sequence was broadcast on the first and second season until 2006.

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