Blanche Ravalec Biography
Blanche Ravalec was born on September 19th, 1954 in France. She grew up with a love for acting and performing, and after finishing high school, she decided to pursue her passion.
In her early twenties, Ravalec became a stewardess and traveled the world. It was during this time that she began to perfect her English, which would eventually lead to her becoming a successful dubbing artist.
In 1978, Blanche Ravalec made her acting debut in the French film Holiday Hotel, which led to other roles in French-language films such as Trocadéro bleu citron and La Carapate.
Despite her success in film, Ravalec found a new passion in dubbing. She lent her voice to many popular English-language television shows and films, including Ugly Betty, Friends, Desperate Housewives, and Thomas the Tank Engine and Friends.
Throughout her career, Ravalec appeared in over 70 French-language TV and film productions, including Le Grand Pardon, À nous les garçons, and Quand j’avais cinq ans je m’ai tué. Her most recent role was in the French TV series Joséphine, ange gardien in 2012.
When she is not acting or dubbing, Ravalec enjoys spending time with her family and friends. She is also an avid traveler and has visited many countries around the world.