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Lou Doillon (born 4 September 1982 in Neuilly-sur-Seine) is a French model and actress. In 2006 Doillon began writing music with friend and musician Chris Brenner. A song they wrote together "The Girl Is Gone" was featured on the Visionaire Magazine special music issue and picture disk in 2007. Doillon sings, plays guitar and writes lyrics and is rumored to be writing material for an upcoming album with Brenner, musician John Mitchell and various artists.
Born in Neuilly-sur-Seine, France, to actress and singer Jane Birkin and director Jacques Doillon, Lou Doillon grew up with six brothers and sisters: Kate Barry and Charlotte Gainsbourg on her mother's side and Lola Doillon, Lili Doillon, Lina Doillon, and Lazare Doillon on her father's side. She began acting as a child, making her film debut in Kung-Fu Master at age six and working steadily in European cinema after appearing in her father's 1998 film Trop (Peu) d'Amour. Upon Places' release in September 2012, the album reached number three on the French Album Charts and ultimately went double platinum in France. The following year, the album earned Doillon the Les Victoires de la musique award for Best Female Artist, making her the first person to win that award for a debut release in decades.
Singer-songwriter and French style icon, Lou Doillon tells us about discovering the power of the girl for her new album 'Soliloquy'. A couple of things you probably wouldn’t have guessed about Lou Doillon. First, she’s a big fan of musicals (namely Guys & Dolls) and says she knows pretty much all of them by heart. Second of all, you know that panic about only living once, which puts pressure on you to do absolutely everything?
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