Gerard Berliner is a People from france singer, composer, and acting professional who is most widely known for his 1982 summer season strike “Louise.” Created in Paris, France, on January 5, 1956, he started his professional documenting profession in the past due ’70s having a few fairly unsuccessful singles on Philips, “C’est la Vie ? Vingt Ans” (1978) and “L’Amitié Après l’Amour” (1979). In 1980-1981 he used the monikers Toto de Miramar and Gino Lorenzi for some more fairly unsuccessful singles: “Une Nana Pour Noël” (1980) and “El Mec Pour l’Été” (1981) as the previous, “L’Amore Perdonera” (1980) as the second option. After that in 1982, after regressing back to his given birth to name, he obtained the breakout strike “Louise” around the label Carrère. Co-written with regular collaborator Frank Thomas, the track was probably one of the most well-known French strike singles of summer time 1982. Following singles released on Carrère consist of “Voleur de Maman” (1982), “Je Porte Ma Vie” (1983), “C’Était Pas Moi” (1984), and “La Maladie” (1985), though non-e came near rivaling the achievement of “Louise.” Also small hits at greatest were following singles released around the WEA subsidiary Flarenasch such as for example “Comme des Hundreds of thousands d’Histoires d’Amour” (1986), “Où Es-tu?” (1987), “Le Messager” (1988), and “L’Amour de l’Amour” (1990). Furthermore to these singles, there is some associated full-length albums including Voleur de Maman (1982), Je Porte Ma Vie (1983), La Mémoire Profane (1984), De Toi ? Moi (1990), Le Vertige des Fleurs (1992), Chien de Voyou (1994), and Heureux (1997). In following years, after departing pop music behind, Berliner discovered achievement in the theatre, in particular along with his musical creation Mon Alter Hugo, whose achievement spawned the recording Berliner Chante Victor Hugo (2006). In the wake of his theatrical achievement, Berliner released the recording Aimer C’est Plus Que Vivre (2008).