Actress, Singer and Songwriter, Giselle D'Arc, was born and raised in France, before moving to Los Angeles. A gifted soprano vocalist with a five-octave range, D'Arc often performed opera. D'Arc sang at Notre-Dame in Paris, and had a run at The Flamingo Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas during its heyday. While both recording at Liberty Records, Jeff Chandler brought D'Arc to the attention of Producer/Director George Sidney, which let to her role in the Columbia film Jeanne Eagles. Read more... Gable, and Yul Brynner.