Fabrice Morvan is a French singer-songwriter, rapper, dancer, and model. He was half of the pop duo Milli Vanilli, with Rob Pilatus, selling multi-platinum albums around the world. However, he was later involved in one of the largest scandals in pop music history when it was revealed that neither he nor Pilatus had actually sung on any of Milli Vanilli's recordings. After the scandal, the group reformed as Rob & Fab in the 1990s with limited success. Morvan had a solo comeback in the 2000s releasing his first solo album, Love Revolution.
|Born:||May 14, 1966, Paris, France|
|Genres:||Dance-pop, hip hop, new jack swing|
|Occupation(s):||Singer-songwriter, rapper, dancer, model|
|Labels:||Arista Records, BMG, Elixir Records, Hansa Records and Joss Entertainment Group|
|Associated acts:||Milli Vanilli, Rob & Fab, Boney M.|
|IMDb:||Fab Morvan's IMDb|
About Fabrice Morvan
Part of the pop sensation Milli Vanilli, the duo known for singles like "Blame It on the Rain"; it was discovered at the height of their career that they were lip-syncing to other people's songs.
He met his future band member Rob Pilatus at a nightclub.
He released a solo album called Love Revolution in 2003.
He grew up in Paris and Munich with his mother.
He has performed at Wango Tango, which is occasionally hosted by Ryan Seacrest.
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- French male models
- French expatriates in the Netherlands
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- French pop singers
- French expatriates in Germany
- French rappers
- French singer-songwriters
- French expatriates in the United States
- 21st-century French singers
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