French musicians died because of Suicide

Here are 11 famous musicians from France died in Suicide:

Gilles Deleuze

Gilles Deleuze (January 18, 1925 Paris-November 4, 1995 Paris) also known as Gilles. Deleuze or Deleuze, Gilles was a French philosopher. His children are Émilie Deleuze and Julien Deleuze.

Deleuze is known for his contributions to the fields of metaphysics, epistemology, and political philosophy. He was a prolific writer and published numerous books throughout his career, including "Difference and Repetition" and "Anti-Oedipus," co-written with psychoanalyst Félix Guattari. Deleuze's work emphasized the importance of creativity and intellectual experimentation, challenging traditional notions of identity and subjectivity. He was a professor of philosophy at the University of Paris VIII (Vincennes-Saint-Denis) and had a significant impact on the development of contemporary philosophy. Deleuze's ideas continue to be studied and debated by scholars around the world.

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Mike Brant

Mike Brant (February 1, 1947 Nicosia-April 25, 1975 Paris) otherwise known as Moshe Brand or Brant, Mike was a French singer.

Discography: My Way : Ses plus grands succès, L'Essentiel, 20e Anniversaire, Laisse-moi t'aimer, L'intégrale, Qui saura / Sans amis, Laisse moi t'aimer, Ses plus grands succès, Qui saura and . Genres related to him: Pop music.

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Charles Boyer

Charles Boyer (August 28, 1899 Figeac-August 26, 1978 Phoenix) otherwise known as the last of the cinema's great lovers was a French actor, television producer and film producer. He had one child, Michael Charles Boyer.

Boyer began his acting career in France and gained international fame for his roles in Hollywood films throughout the 1930s and 1940s. He was known for his suave demeanor, sophisticated style and romantic leading-man roles in films such as "Algiers" (1938), "Gaslight" (1944) and "Love Affair" (1939). Boyer was nominated for four Academy Awards during his career, and received an honorary Oscar in 1943 for "his progressive cultural achievement in establishing the French Research Foundation in Los Angeles as a source of reference."

In addition to his acting career, Boyer also worked as a television and film producer, and made numerous appearances on television shows such as "The Red Skelton Hour" and "The Dick Powell Theatre." He continued to act in films and on stage throughout the 1950s and 1960s, and his last film role was in the 1976 film "Stavisky."

Despite his successful career, Boyer experienced personal tragedy when his wife, actress Pat Paterson, committed suicide in 1978. Just a few months later, Boyer himself took his own life at the age of 78. He was posthumously awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for his contributions to the film industry.

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Dalida (January 17, 1933 Shubra-May 3, 1987 Paris) otherwise known as Yolanda Cristina Gigliotti, Yolande Christina Gigliotti, Iolanda Cristina Gigliotti, Dalila, Dalidà, Dali or Yolanda Gigliotti was a French singer and actor.

Her albums: Am Tag, Als Der Regen Kam, (1957-1967), 15 ans déjà, 40 succès en or, Am Tag als der Regen kam, Amare per vivere, Ballades et mots d'amour, Best Of..., Forever and Les Années Orlando : 1970-1997. Her related genres: Pop music, Disco, Popular music, World music, Chanson and Raï.

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Guy Debord

Guy Debord (December 28, 1931 Paris-November 30, 1994 Bellevue-la-Montagne) otherwise known as Guy-Ernest Debord, G.E. Debord or Guy Ernest Debord was a French philosopher, screenwriter, film director and writer.

He is best known as the founder and key member of the Situationist International, a group of artists, writers and intellectuals who rejected mainstream culture and promoted radical politics in the 1950s and 60s. Debord's most influential work was the book "The Society of the Spectacle," which critiques the culture of consumerism and the effects of media on society. He also directed two films, "Hurlements en Faveur de Sade" and "Critique de la Separation," and wrote several other books including "Comments on the Society of the Spectacle" and "Panegyric." Debord died by suicide in 1994 at age 62. His ideas and works continue to influence contemporary cultural and political movements around the world.

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Gérard de Nerval

Gérard de Nerval (May 22, 1808 Paris-January 26, 1855 Paris) otherwise known as Gerard de Nerval, Gérard Labrunie or Gerard Nerval was a French , .

writer, poet and translator. He is best known for his surrealistic and visionary style of writing, which influenced the likes of André Breton and the Surrealists. Nerval was the son of a doctor and spent much of his early life traveling throughout Europe, studying literature and language. He translated the works of Goethe, Heinrich Heine, and Edgar Allan Poe, and is credited with introducing their works to the French public. His own writing is characterized by his love of nature, his fascination with madmen and criminals, and his quest for spiritual meaning. Nerval battled depression and mental illness throughout his life and was ultimately found hanged in a Parisian street in 1855. His death is still surrounded by mystery and controversy.

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Capucine (January 6, 1928 Saint-Raphaël-March 17, 1990 Lausanne) a.k.a. Germaine Lefebvre, Cappy, Cap, Germaine Hélène Irène Lefebvre or Germaine Lefébvre was a French model and actor.

Capucine began her career as a model in France before transitioning into acting. She gained international fame for her roles in Hollywood films such as "The Pink Panther" and "What's New Pussycat?" She was also recognized for her work in European cinema, earning a BAFTA nomination for her performance in "The 7th Dawn." Despite her success in the film industry, Capucine struggled with depression and ultimately took her own life in 1990.

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Patrick Dewaere

Patrick Dewaere (January 26, 1947 Saint-Brieuc-July 16, 1982 Paris) a.k.a. Patrick Maurin, Patrick Jean Marie Henri Bourdeaux, Patrick de Waëre or Jean-Marie Patrick Bourdeaux was a French actor and film score composer. His children are called Angele Herry-Leclerc and Lola Dewaere.

Dewaere began acting in his teens, primarily in theater productions. He gained recognition in the 1970s as a leading actor in French cinema, with notable performances in films such as "Les Valseuses" (1974), "Un mauvais fils" (1980), and "Coup de tête" (1979), for which he received a César Award nomination. Dewaere was known for his naturalistic acting style and his ability to embody complex and troubled characters on screen. Despite achieving critical and commercial success, Dewaere struggled with depression and drug addiction throughout his career. He tragically took his own life in 1982 at the age of 35. Despite his relatively short career, Dewaere is widely regarded as one of the most talented and significant actors in French cinema history.

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Jean-Baptiste Krumpholz

Jean-Baptiste Krumpholz (May 8, 1742 Czech Republic-February 19, 1790 Paris) also known as Johann Krumpholtz or Krumpholtz, Jean-Baptiste was a French composer and harpist.

Born in the town of Kamenice u Jihlavy, in what is now the Czech Republic, Krumpholz moved to Paris in 1761 to pursue a career in music. He quickly became known for his virtuosic harp playing and his compositions for the instrument. Krumpholz was appointed harpist to the court of Louis XVI in 1776, and he also performed in the prestigious Concert Spirituel. In addition to his harp music, Krumpholz wrote a number of chamber music pieces, including string quartets and trios. He is also credited with the creation of the "double action" pedal system for the harp, which allowed for greater chromaticism and versatility on the instrument. Krumpholz died in Paris at the age of 47.

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Raoul de Godewaersvelde

Raoul de Godewaersvelde (February 11, 2015 Lille-April 14, 1977) also known as Raoul de Godewarsvelde, Godewarsvelde, Raoul de or Francis Albert Victor Delbarre was a French singer.

His albums include Ses grands succès, Ses plus grands succès (vol 2), , , , , , , and .

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Michel Magne

Michel Magne (March 20, 1930 Lisieux-December 19, 1984 Cergy-Pontoise) was a French film score composer, orchestrator and songwriter.

His albums: Fantomas, Le monde est beau, tout le monde il est gentil, 25 ans de musique de films, Bandes originales des films de Georges Lautner, Galia, Les Misérables, Par un beau matin d'été, Angélique, Pour l’amour des sous / Parle au patron, ma tête est malade and Tout le monde il est beau tout le monde il est gentil / Alleluia garanti. Genres he performed: 20th-century classical music, Avant-garde music, Ballet and Film score.

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