BARDA, Jean-Pierre( Stylist, musician)
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Biography BARDA, Jean-Pierre
Musician group "Army of Lovers", make up artist.
Jean-Pierre Barda (Jean-Pierre Barda) was born March 7, 1967 in Paris.
He was brought up in a wealthy family and the correct. His mother, a Frenchwoman, and her father an Arab. His parents preached to the Jewish religion, which is affecting the education of Jean-Pierre. After high school he began working in television and theater. He also completed courses beauticians and hairdressers. In 1983, Jean-Pierre has created his own television program on one of the Swedish channels. In 1984 the debut of Jean-Pierre as a singer, after he performed an anti-war song "Today I Killed The Man I didn't know". This song was very popular in Sweden and in Israel.
In 1985, he worked as a make-up artist in a very famous Swedish beauty center "Birn Axin". In 1986, Jean-Pierre packed his bags and with a little-known transsvestitskoy team went to Greece. Since then he has become known under the alias Farouk.
Later, he met with Alexander and Volbekom and together they have already started working on the creation of "Army of Lovers".
After the collapse of Jean-Pierre plays staged "La Cage Aux Folles" ( "The Bird Cage"), a remake of the famous play about the life of two transsvestitov ... He played the role of a retired soldier, Albina.
The spring of 1997 he participated in the TV show "Rich And Famous". Even Jean-Pierre makes his own little show, devoted to traditional Swedish dance music, along with musician Toui Vaydbergom.
In February 1998, Jean-Pierre is removed in a small episode of the popular comedy series "Sally" (Sweden).
He also works in a cosmetics company
The fall of Jean-Pierre was staying at another show "Silicon", as a well-known make-up artist and hairdresser.