|born on||9 October 1947 at 07:30 (= 07:30 AM )|
|Place||Paris, France, 48n52, 2e20|
|Timezone||MET h1e (is standard time)|
|Astrology data||15°07' 09°25 Asc. 19°32'|
French and international popular "yé-yé" singer, who won the Eurovision Song Contest in 1965 at age 17.
She was the daughter of Robert Gall, a songwriter, and Cécile (whose father was Paul Berthier, co-founder of "Les Petits Chanteurs à la Croix de Bois").
She married singer Michel Berger, and they had two children. They lost their daughter, Pauline, who had cystic fibrosis.
She announced her retirement in 1997 after Pauline's death and then lived half in France, half in Africa, on N'Gor Island, Senegal. As a stage director, she created the musical "Résiste" with her companion Buck Dawit, in 2015.
A long-term breast cancer survivor, Gall died, aged 70, of an infection after a two-year battle with a cancer of undisclosed primary origin, at the American Hospital of Paris in Neuilly-sur-Seine on 7 January 2018.
- associate relationship with Entertainment: Eurovision Song Contest (born 24 May 1956). Notes: 1965 winner, Luxembourg
- business associate/partner relationship with Camus, Jean-Claude (born 28 October 1938)
- friend relationship with Balavoine, Daniel (born 5 February 1952)
- friend relationship with Calogero (singer) (born 30 July 1971)
- lover relationship with François, Claude (born 1 February 1939)
- child->parent relationship with Gall, Robert (born 27 May 1918)
- spouse relationship with Berger, Michel (born 28 November 1947)
- other kin relationship with Berthier, Paul (born 23 June 1884). Notes: Grandkin
- Vocation : Entertain/Music : Vocalist/ Pop, Rock, etc.