David Franck Charvet
15 May 1972
|Occupation||Actor, singer, model, television personality|
Brooke Burke Charvet
(m. 2011;separated 2018)
|Children||2 children; 2 ex-stepchildren|
David Franck Charvet (French pronunciation: [david ʃaʁve] ; born 15 May 1972) is a French singer, actor, model, and television personality.
The French are an ethnic group and nation who are identified with the country of France. This connection may be ethnic, legal, historical, or cultural.
Charvet was born in Lyon, France, the son of Christiane Charvet Haddad and businessman Paul Guez,founder of the Sasson brand of jeans in the 1980s. He was raised in a Jewish household; his father is from a Tunisian-Jewish family.
The history of the Jews in Tunisia extends over nearly two thousand years and goes back to the Punic era. The Jewish community in Tunisia is no doubt older, grew up following successive waves of immigration and proselytism before its development was hampered by anti-Jewish measures in the Byzantine Empire. The community formerly used its own dialect of Arabic. After the Muslim conquest of Tunisia, Tunisian Judaism passes from periods of relative freedom or even cultural apogee to times of more marked discrimination. The arrival of Jews expelled from the Iberian peninsula, often through Livorno, greatly alters the country. Its economic, social and cultural situation has improved markedly with the advent of the French protectorate before being compromised during the Second World War, with the occupation of the country by the Axis. The creation of Israel in 1948 provoked a widespread anti-Zionist reaction in the Arab world, to which was added nationalist agitation, nationalization of enterprises, Arabization of education and part of the administration. Jews left Tunisia en masse from the 1950s onwards because of the problems raised and the hostile climate created by the Bizerte crisis in 1961 and the Six-Day War in 1967. The Jewish population of Tunisia, estimated at about 100,000 individuals in 1948, was only 1,500 in 2003, less than 0.1% of the total population. These Jews lived mainly in Tunis, with communities present in Djerba, Sfax, Sousse, Zarzis and Nabeul. As of 2011, 700 Jews were living in Tunis and 1,000 on the island of Djerba.
He won a green card through the Morrison visa lottery in the early 1990s. Until recently, Charvet lived in his native France, where he toured (among other parts of Europe) as a singer. [ citation needed ]
Charvet caught his big break in 1992 on the American television program Baywatch as Matt Brody. He remained on Baywatch for three full seasons until 1995. He appeared as Craig Field on Melrose Place from 1996–98. Between 1995–99, he appeared in Seduced and Betrayed, Derby, Angel Flight Down, and Meet Prince Charming. He left acting in 1999 to concentrate on his musical career.
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In 2006, Charvet returned to acting in a movie directed by Roger Christian called Prisoners of the Sun , which was only completed and released in 2013. He also appeared in the film Green Flash , also known as Beach Kings.In 2009, he took part in ABC's summer reality show The Superstars and came in third with his partner Lisa Leslie. In 2010, he was a contestant in the French reality show La Ferme Célébrités (French version of The Farm ). The show was broadcast on TF1.
Roger Christian is an English set decorator, production designer and feature film director. He won an Academy Award for his work on the original Star Wars and was Oscar-nominated for his work on Alien. Christian directed the second unit on both Return of the Jedi and Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace as well as feature films including The Sender and Nostradamus. He also directed the 2000 film Battlefield Earth which is regarded as one of the worst films ever made.
Prisoners of the Sun is a 2013 British-French adventure horror film directed by Roger Christian starring John Rhys-Davies, David Charvet, Carmen Chaplin, Emily Holmes, Nick Moran, Joss Ackland, Michael Higgs, Gulshan Grover and Shane Richie.
Green Flash (2008), also known as Beach Kings, is a comedy-drama film starring David Charvet, Torrey DeVitto and Kristin Cavallari. Other stars of the film include Bree Turner, Christine Adams, Wilson Cruz and Matt Prokop. The film was directed by Paul Nihipali Jr. and produced by Joseph Barmettler, Cameron Dieterich and Bob Smiland. Shot in Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Hermosa Beach and Manhattan Beach, it was released on June 5, 2018.
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After successful runs at Baywatch and Melrose Place in the 1990s, Charvet decided to return to France with a 5-album contract with Universal Music Group France. During a span of seven years, he released three pop rock studio albums with self-titled David Charvet in 1997, Leap of Faith in 2002, and Se laisser quelque chose in 2004. His materials catered to both English and French language listeners for a wider spectrum of audiences.
His debut single "Should I Leave", a bilingual hit in French and English, hit #3 in France and also charted in Belgium and Sweden. His bilingual hit "Jusqu'au bout"/"Leap of Faith" reached #6 in France, followed by the bilingual "Apprendre à aimer"/"Teach Me How to Love" that made it to the French Top 20 and was a hit in Belgium, Switzerland, and the Netherlands. Charvet has sold over 2.5 million albums.
In June 2010, Charvet joined The Blue Seals , a non-profit organization aimed at providing a rapid response to environmental emergencies, focusing on ocean preservation,and is a member of its board of directors. It worked on raising awareness of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, helping French company Ecoceane's ships designed to collect floating waste and hydrocarbons to take part in the cleanup.
Charvet and Brooke Burke (not to be confused with fellow Baywatch alum Brooke Burns) have two children together. Brooke already had two daughters from her first marriage to plastic surgeon Garth Fisher.David and Brooke officially married on 12 August 2011, with Brooke announcing that she would be taking her husband's last name and be known as Brooke Burke-Charvet. In April 2018, the couple announced that they are divorcing after seven years of marriage.
| FR || AUT || BEL |
| FIN || NED || SWI |
|2002||Leap of Faith||21||43||19||21||98||52|
|2004||Se laisser quelque chose||32||–||58||–||–||–|
| FR || BEL |
| BEL |
| BEL |
| NED || SWE || SWI |
|1997||"Should I Leave"||3||12||16||–||–||48||–||David Charvet|
|2002||"Jusqu'au bout" /|
"Leap of Faith"
|6||–||17||–||–||–||–||Leap of Faith|
|"Apprendre à aimer" /|
"Teach Me How to Love"
|2003||"Take You There"||68||–||–||6*||–||–||–|
|2004||"Je te dédie"||12||–||13||–||–||–||–||Se laisser quelque chose|
|2006||"Sometimes It Rains"||52||–||–||11*||–||–||–|
|2010||"Swim With the Birds"||–||–||–||–||–||–||–||Non-album digital release|
*Did not appear in the official Belgian Ultratop 50 charts, but rather in the bubbling under Ultratip charts.
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