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Biography

Musical Theatre Actress

Eléonore Duizabo was born and raised in Paris and studied music from a young age. She joined La Maîtrise de Paris within the Conservatoire Régional de Paris. She studied vocal technique, choir, piano and music theory. 

Her professional debut was on a French national tour of Le Voyage de Pinocchio directed by Sandrine Anglade. 

In 2009, she interpreted Brigitta in The Sound of Music at the Théâtre du Châtelet, directed by Emilio Sagi. When the musical was reprised in 2011, she then interpreted Louisa. 
Still at the Théâtre du Châtelet, she joined the company of Street Scene in the ensemble and understudied the role of the Violinist Girl. 

With La Maîtrise de Paris and under the direction of Patrick Marco, Eléonore sang Mahler’s 3rd Symphony at La Salle Pleyel and in Mendelssohn’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Le Théâtre des Champs-Elysées and toured in Denmark, Vienna and Geneva. 
In 2015 she was part of the concert Danny Elfman’s Music from the Films of Tim Burton at the Grand Rex, Paris.

Eléonore appears on the album Chants de Noël et du Nouvel An of La Maîtrise de Paris. She sang on the soundtrack of the film Me, Myself and Mum directed by Guillaume Gallienne. Eléonore was also a backing vocalist on two Alain Chamfort albums: Le Désordre des Choses and Alain Chamfort.

After her baccalaureate, Eléonore pursued a BA in Theatre at the Sorbonne Nouvelle University. Aged 18, Eléonore moved to London to study at the International College of Musical Theatre (formerly named AMTA). At ICMT, she played Belle in Beauty and the Beast and Sister Mary Robert in Sister Act at the Stockwell Playhouse.

In 2018, Eléonore joined the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama to pursue a Master in Music Theatre. She interpreted Slavica in the devised musical The Tunnel, directed by Maja Milatovic-Ovadia. For her end of year show, she was Jack in Into the Woods under the direction of Adam Lenson. 

Since graduating, Eléonore has appeared in Past Midnight at the Two Brewers, filmed a couple a short films (Detention, New Solution?, The Lovesick Major) and has even dubbed a tomato in a Youtube series (What Is To Be Done)! During lockdown, she co-wrote the song “Crying in Tesco” with Sam Young, as part of On Hope: a digital song cycle.

In 2021 and 2022, she joined Les Frivolités Parisiennes in their production of the operetta Normandie where she played Michelle.

Eléonore also is the creator of Baguette on Broadway, a french blog dedicated to Musical Theatre.