Quentin Elias

Singer and Model
Born May 10, 1980

Quentin Elias is a singer, actor, and model. Originally from France, of Algerian origin, he was the former lead singer for French boy band Alliage from 1996 to 1999. After his departure from the group, he relocated to New York City where he currently resides.… Read More

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1974 Birth Born on May 10, 1974.


1996 22 Years Old 1 More Event
Of Algerian heritage, he was the original lead singer of the French boy band Alliage with Steven Gunnell, Roman Lata Ares and Brian Torres from 1996 to 2000. … Read More
1999 - 2000 2 More Events
2001 27 Years Old In 2001, he won the European Diamond Award for "Best Male Promising Act" held on 17 November 2001 in Sportpaleis, Antwerp in Belgium. … Read More
2002 28 Years Old He relocated to New York in 2002 and released the single "Always the Last to Say Goodbye", produced by Christian Moeyaert. … Read More


2005 31 Years Old Besides performing some original songs, Elias has recorded some covers, like Madonna's song "Holiday", and "Shattered Dreams" by British pop group Johnny Hates Jazz. Continuing to perform and record, Elias released a maxi single "Serve It Up" in 2005 and a solo album “What If I?” In September 2005, he started his own corporation Quentin Elias Music, Inc..
2007 33 Years Old In September 2007, Elias appeared in an episode of MTV's, My Super Sweet 16 hired to perform at a Sweet Sixteen birthday event. … Read More
2010 36 Years Old 1 More Event
Elias appeared in two episodes of the television series Sex Chronicles. He was also one of the featured subjects in the 2010 documentary '"The Adonis Factor" alongside models Clint Catalyst, Anderson Davis, Dakota Rivers, Christopher Saint and writer/actor Bruce Vilanch. … Read More
2011 37 Years Old 1 More Event
After a return to French audiences after years of residing the States, he engaged in a comeback tour in 2011 and 2012, that included dates various European francophone venues under the title "Quentin Elias (Re Invented)" promoting his new release and remakes of old hits. … Read More
2012 38 Years Old In 2012, he returned to French television through a reality television show L'Île des vérités (meaning the island of truths) in its second season on television station NRJ 12 as a guest musician/model, alongside musician Willy Denzey and television presenter Marlène Mourreau. … Read More


His most-recent appearance was on the television reality show Giuseppe Ristorante broadcast on the French station NRJ 12 with the inaugural episode aired on 18 February 2014. … Read More
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