Farid Chopel

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Farid Chopel
Farid Rabia

(1952-12-04)4 December 1952
Paris, France
Died20 April 2008(2008-04-20) (aged 55)
Paris, France

Farid Chopel (4 December 1952 – 20 April 2008) [1] was a French actor, comedian and singer. He was of Algerian descent.




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  1. "Le comédien Farid Chopel est mort". Le Monde (in French).