Impersonator Chantal Gallia, who we saw a lot on TV in the 80s and 90s, died of a stroke at the age of 65 – Video

It was through a message on his official Facebook account that the news was announced. The imitator Chantal Gallia, who was seen a lot in the media in the 80s and 90s died Sunday following a stroke. As an imitator, Chantal Gallia participated many times in the programs L’Académie des neuf, Number one or even Les Jeux de 20 heures in the 1970s and 1980s.

In 1978, she landed a small role in the film Vas-y Maman by Nicole de Buron. She will also host a weekly 15-minute capsule on Antenne 2 in August 1989 entitled Gallia d’la joie

Here is the message posted by his family:

Dear friends,

We have the great sadness to announce this Sunday 10/07/2022 the death of Chantal GALLIA which occurred today following a stroke.

For nearly 20 years, Chantal had known how to meet the success of the public who faithfully followed her in her artistic career.

Chantal’s talent for singing, imitating others, making us laugh, moving us, was extraordinary.

Chantal was a pioneer of female imitation in France with nearly 120 male and female voices imitated, spoken and sung.

Until today, your many messages of support, your faithful support touched her and filled her a lot.

In 1993, Chantal devoted herself to other life choices. Until today, she had never forgotten you.

Chantal had been particularly sensitive to all your support. She wanted her work and her talent to continue to live on the internet, through the videos that her fans broadcast.

Chantal’s family thanks all those who will join in her pain and perpetuate her artistic memory.

The funeral ceremony will be held in strict family privacy.

The family of Chantal GALLIA

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