Alongside her career as Master of Ceremonies at the César Palace Paris, and as a television host, Anne Riquel also acts.
She has had a few roles in films, but it’s on stage in particular, in musical shows where she can combine acting, dancing and singing.

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Anne has been singing and dancing to the rhythms of Anglo-Saxon musicals since the age of 4. After studying literature, she moved to New York, where she studied singing at the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music, ballet, jazz and modern jazz, and tap dance at the Broadway Dance Center.
Perfectly bilingual, she joined Disneyland Paris, where she lent her voice to Pocahontas, Anastasia, the Halloween parade, Lilo and Stich…
This was just the start of a great musical career: Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat in London, Chance in Paris, Tintin et le Temple du Soleil in Belgium, then Big River in New York. The lead role in the musical show for the 2004 Française des Jeux tour led her to present the programme “le Keno” on France 3.

Currently a presenter for the M6 group, she presents live programmes and, in the interests of personal and professional development, she devotes her time to writing texts and columns.
After spending a year in New York, Anne signed to Universal under the name Anna Bee, with the dance track “I don’t Care”, produced by Barbara Streisand’s collaborator Dave Reitzas.
Passionate about jazz, she joined the group Le CinqTet and recorded a number of tracks as a duo. She also lent her voice to Disney for live shows and recorded the track “Colors of the Wind” (Pocahontas).

Depending on your evening, you’ll have the pleasure of watching this artist perform.