|born on||31 December 1947 at 23:45 (= 11:45 PM )|
|Place||Ismailia, Egypt, 30n35, 32e16|
|Timezone||EET h2e (is standard time)|
|Astrology data||09°23' 06°05 Asc. 06°56'|
French singer, son of biologist Louis Sellim and poet Andrée Chedid, he wanted formerly to specialize in cinema and attended INRACI in Brussel. Then, listening Bellafonte and Brassens at his parents home, he turned towards music as a fan of Django Reinhardt. During his childhood, he was a "petit chanteur à la Croix de Bois".
Louis dedicated "These words are for you" to his friend Patrick Dewaere.
Married to Marianne, journalist, they have four children: Emilie, Matthieu, Joseph, and Anna.
- friend relationship with Dewaere, Patrick (born 26 January 1947)
- parent->child relationship with Chedid, Matthieu (born 21 December 1971)
- child->parent relationship with Chedid, Andrée (born 20 March 1920)
- compare to chart of Christie, David (born 1 January 1948)
Himself. He was used to saying: "11.45 PM in the same hospital (Canal de Suez) as Claude François" (he repeated it on France 2 TV channel, 01.12.2013).