Frédérique Bel was born on March 24, 1975. She is a French film, TV and voice performing artist. She is extraordinary for depicting the character of Dorothy Doll in the little grouping La Minute Blonde from Le Grand Journal on Canal. She then had an effective acting vocation playing a few fundamental and supporting parts in numerous fruitful movies and TV arrangement.
Frédérique Bel was brought up in Annecy in the division of Haute-Savoie. In the wake of learning at the University of Strasbourg graduating in both advanced writing and history of expressions, she began a displaying vocation and took satire classes before turning into a performer.
She then made her acting introduction in 2000 assuming a little part in the drama film Deuxième vie (2000) and later in the parody film The Dope (2003), and TV arrangement Le groupe (2001) where she just quickly showed up.
She rose to popularity in 2004 for playing Dorothy Doll in the succession “La Minute Blonde” from Le stupendous diary de Canal+ (2004), in which she depicts a blondie generalization frequently wearing flighty outfits like a silver suit or long white boots. In each one succession, she talks and makes little draws to a VIP who is actually in highly contrasting and made of cardboard.