Singer Daniel Levi ("desire to love") died this Saturday at the age of 60

Daniel Lévi, known to the public for his role in the musical “The Ten Commandments”, died on Saturday, August 6th. He was suffering from colon cancer.

His voice impressed an entire generation of audiences. This Saturday, August 6, Daniel Levi died at the age of 60. I24News. In 2019, doctors diagnosed him with colon cancer.

In July 2022, the singer seemed optimistic about the evolution of her health condition, giving “reassuring news” in a video posted on Instagram. After a few weeks, the situation unfortunately took a very different turn and the anxiety around the artist continued to increase. “My husband needs prayers, I trust you,” his wife said on Instagram on August 4, 2022.

If Daniel Lévi knows how to make a special place for himself in the hearts of the French public, it’s because he took part in one of the greatest French musicals. In 2000, he was selected by Elie Chouraqui and Pascal Obispo to play Moses in “The Ten Commandments.” The show is a real success, driven specifically by the title “Desire to Love”.

A great lover of jazz and soul, he has released six solo albums throughout his career. In 1993, Disney chose to bet on her to interpret the title “This blue dream” in the cartoon “Aladdin”, where she would sing a duet with Karine Costa. Always ready to mobilize for a good cause, especially supporting associations like SOS Racisme or calling for support for caregivers in the midst of the Covid-19 crisis. On the television side, she participated in the second season of Mask Singer, which aired on TF1.

Aurelien Gaucher

Source: Programme Television

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