Camille Lellouche Wiki, Height, Age, Boyfriend, Family, Biography & More

Camille Lellouche is a French actress, comedian, YouTuber and singer who rose to prominence with her humorous and musical videos on YouTube. She is also known for appearing in the French version of the sung reality TV show ‘The Voice’ (2015).

Wiki / Biography

Camille Lellouche was born on Tuesday June 10, 1986 (age 35 years; from 2021), in Île-de-France.

Camille Lellouche's childhood photo

Camille Lellouche’s childhood photo

She grew up in Vitry-sur-Seine in the Parisian suburbs. Growing up with an artistic side, Camille started playing the piano at the age of 6, then she also learned to play the viola. She later started performing in piano bars. At 19, she was pursuing a professional baccalaureate in commerce (Bac Pro commerce). She trained as an actress at Acting International, after which she began auditioning and landed minor roles in various films.

Physical appearance

Height (approx): 5 ′ 4 ″

Hair color: Brown

Eye colour: Brown

Camille Lellouche


Camille Lellouche’s brother is called Maxime Lellouche, who is co-owner and chef of the Konvives restaurant. His grandfather, Yvon Sallaud, was a prisoner of concentration camps during World War II, who then wrote the book “Les Coquelicots de la liberté”.

Relations / Business

In November 2021, while being interviewed for the show “Seven to eight”, Camille revealed to have been the victim of domestic violence. The comedian revealed that she was in an abusive relationship for two long years from the age of 19 to 21. In her moving testimony, the young woman said:

I was 19 years old, I lived in hell for two years… All the forms of violence that a woman can suffer, I suffered them… He gave me rights in all directions… I started to piss myself above. He continued to beat me up… Before sleeping, he told me if I hear you breathing I will kill you. I slept in my piss on the floor. I pray that I don’t die.

(I was 19, I lived in hell for two years… All forms of violence that a woman can suffer, I suffered… He was giving me rights everywhere… I started pissing on myself . He continued to beat me… Before sleeping, he told me that if I heard breathing, I would kill you. I slept in my piss on the floor. I prayed not to die.)

No one except her best friend knew about her horrible condition. Her best friend discovered Camille when she arrived at Camille’s house one day and her boyfriend hit her in the face.



Camille made her film debut after being discovered by French director Rebecca Zlotowski in 2012 while working as a waitress in a Parisian brasserie. Subsequently, Rebecca chose Camille for the role of “Geraldine” in the Franco-Austrian love film “Grand Central” (2013).

Camille Lellouche in 'Grand Central' (2013)

Camille Lellouche in ‘Grand Central’ (2013)

In 2016, she landed the role of the bride (the bride) in Rebecca Zlotowski’s Franco-Belgian drama film “Planetarium”. She played the role of Camille in the 2017 French drama film “The Price of Success”. Other actor credits to his credit include the French films L’École est finie (2018) as Noémie, Mon inconnue (2019) as Mélanie and Le dindon (2019) as Jacqueline.


In addition to working in the film Grand Central (2013), she made a name for herself posting funny videos and singing songs in her piano voice on YouTube. Taking advantage of her acting lessons, she downloads short sketches from the Internet. The comedian has toured throughout France with an eponymous one-woman show, Camille In Reality (initially called Camille Lellouche). In the show, she oscillates between sketches and musical performances. She wrote and directed the show with Laurent Junca. In the series, she plays characters like Kim Kardashian’s distant cousin, a bohemian actress from Saint Germain des Près, a chick-knacker in love with the old rich, etc.


In 2015, she participated in the French sung reality TV show “The Voice: La Plus Belle Voix”. In the show, she was a member of the team of Mika (British singer-songwriter of Lebanese descent). She was eliminated in the semifinals against her teammate Anne Sila.

Camille Lellouche in The Voice The Most Beautiful Voice (2015)

Camille Lellouche in The Voice The Most Beautiful Voice (2015)

In 2016, she joined the team of the French live television show “Touche pas à mon poste! », Broadcast on the C8 channel, as a columnist. In 2017, she appeared in the French television show “Quotidien”, hosted by Yann Barthès, on the TMC channel. In the shoe, for the segment titled Face Cam, Camille embodied a gallery of characters, presenting them in a humorous way.

Camille Lellouche in the TV show 'Quotidien'

Camille Lellouche in the TV show ‘Quotidien’


In 2020, she released, in a duet with Grand Corps Malade, the song entitled “Mais je t’aime”, which will then receive the award for original song of the year at the Victoires de la Musique (2021).

But I love you by Camille Lellouche and Grand Corps Malade

Other popular songs she has voiced include What If (2020), I Thank My Ex (2020), and Don’t Insist (2020). In 2021, she released her debut album “A”, with fifteen songs.

Camille Lellouche's first album 'A' in 3-part CD digipack

Camille Lellouche’s first album ‘A’ in 3-part CD digipack


  • Singer: François Feldman (French singer)
  • Actor: Elie Kakou (Franco-Tunisian actor)
  • Actress: Julie Ferrier (French actress)
  • Actor: Gad Elmaleh (Canadian-French-Moroccan humorist)

Facts / Anecdotes

  • She is signed with the talent management agency Agence Artistique Adéquat, where she is represented by Laura Meerson.
  • In 2015, she was said to be a relative of famous French director Claude Lellouche due to the same last name. But Camille denied the rumors claiming that unfortunately she had nothing to do with the filmmaker.
  • She took 20 years of lessons to excel in pianoforte and 5 years of viola lessons.
  • She has a bouquet of flowers inked on her right wrist.
    A photo of Camille Lellouche's wrist tattoo

    A photo of Camille Lellouche’s wrist tattoo

  • She is the recipient of the Best Comedy Show at the Olympia Awards (2019).
    Camille Lellouche posing with her prize for best comedy show at the Olympia Awards (2019)

    Camille Lellouche posing with her prize for best comedy show at the Olympia Awards (2019)

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