About Jil Aigrot

Cast as the singing "voice" behind the Golden Globe-winning film about Edith Piaf, "La Vie En Rose," Jil Aigrot was raised in Cannes, France, and at an early age began studying music, specializing in French Song. After performing in theater for several years, she came to be particularly interested in Light Opera, and Aigrot's reputation grew with appearances on the popular French television shows Qui Est Qui and C'est L'ete, which lead to a role as a singer in Remington Steele with Pierce Brosnan. Additional acting and singing roles ensued– in the famed Dell'Arte Cie in Nice, stage performances of La Rue, Brel Est Vivant, Il Habite aux Marquieses at the Avignon Festival, Les Enchantees, Sur La Butte and a special tribute to Jacques Brel. In 2006 she was cast as the voice of Edith Piaf in "La Vie En Rose."