Patrick Bruel, born Patrick Benguigui on May 14, 1959, in Tlemcen, Algeria, is a French singer, songwriter, and actor. He first gained fame in the 1980s with his hit song “Marre de cette nana-là” and has since become one of the most popular and successful French artists of his generation.

Bruel has released numerous albums throughout his career, with some of his most well-known songs including “Casser la voix,” “J’te l’dis quand même,” and “Place des grands hommes.” His music incorporates elements of rock, pop, and chanson française, and he is known for his powerful and emotive vocal performances.

In addition to his music career, Bruel has also pursued acting. He has appeared in numerous films, both French and international, including “Le Prénom,” “One, Two, Three, Sun,” and “The Visitors.” He has received critical acclaim for his acting, winning several awards for his performances.

Throughout his career, Patrick Bruel has sold millions of albums, won numerous awards, and has become a beloved figure in French entertainment.

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