Although Jean-Claude Pascal is most beneficial known in the worldwide stage as an actor, he also enjoyed a flourishing career being a pop singer, where guise he earned the 1961 Eurovision Tune Competition for Luxembourg. Delivered Jean-Claude Villeminot in Paris on Oct 24, 1927, Pascal examined on the Sorbonne and originally designed to pursue a profession in fashion style, doing work for Christian Dior. He considered acting while functioning as costume developer for the play Don Juan and, in 1949, he produced his film debut in Quattro Rose Rosse. A lot more films followed, including many singing jobs. These led him to become asked to represent Luxembourg on the 1961 Eurovision Tune Competition, where his victorious tune, “Nous les Amoureux,” was coincidentally a cover from the debut French one by Isabelle Aubret — who win the next year’s competition for France. Pascal continuing recording around his film profession and would, actually, go back to Eurovision in 1981, once again representing Luxembourg. “C’Est Peut-être Pas I’Amérique” completed 11th. Pascal passed away on, may 5, 1992.