An accomplished musician, actress, model, author, and playwright, Helena Noguerra was born in Brussels, Belgium, in 1969. Her parents were Portuguese immigrants, and their daughter's talent for learning multiple languages was sparked at an early age. Lio, Helena's older half-sister, became a French pop star during her teenage years, and Helena subsequently relocated to Paris to enjoy her own success as a teenaged model. Forays into film, radio, and television followed, and Helena tentatively entered the musical arena in 1989, releasing a single entitled "Lunettes Noires". Nine years later, she sang several songs on Ollano's debut album and launched a solo career career with Bikini. After signing with Sunnyside Records, Helena returned in 2001 with Azul, an album that combined her dusky vocals with bossa nova rhythms. Helena's first novel, L'Ennemi Est á l'Interiéur, was published the following year, and she continued her diverse career as a French media sensation by releasing Née Dans la Nature in 2004, Bang! Dillinger Girl & Baby Face Nelson in 2005, and Fraise Vanille (a tribute to Serge Rezvani) in 2007. ~ Andrew LeaheyPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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