The PEOPLE

About 200 persons worked on every concert.

Anne Dörr Palmowski

Dance Machine 1 - 9, Disco Machine

Anne Dörr

Anne Dörr realised most Dance machine concerts. Then she exported her concept to Germany and contributed to the birth of the Dome concerts there.

She also contributed to TV shows and games such as "Fort Boyard", "Questions pour un champion" or "La Cible". She realised conventions for many great brands such as Airbus and Citroën. She also created a coaching company and realized the films of musicals such as Gone With The Wind.

Official website - Other official website

Ophélie Winter

Dance Machine 4, 5, 6 & 8.

Ophélie Winter Daughter of Dutch born 70s singer David Alexander Winter and model Cathy Kleerekoper. After presenting the Multitop and Dance machine Club, she was considered as a female French R&B pioneer with her 1995 single Dieu M'a Donné La Foi, which sold 500,000 copies and got her nominated as "Révélation" for the Victoires de la Musique. Her second album Privacy sold 1 million copies. Ophélie Winter also appeared in movies, including Claude Lelouch's Hommes Femmes Mode D'Emploi.

Official website

Yves Noël

All Dance Machine concerts but the 2000 edition

Yves Noël Yves and his twin brother Hervé started their career as actors in many TV ads (Solutricine, Biactol, Amstrad, Nescafé, Persil, DéliChoc, MBK...) and 2 TV films (Marseille and Faux frères), then they took part to the TV soap Premiers Baisers. Together they presented the Multitop (that would later be renamed Hit Machine) on M6. Later Hervé will be replaced by Ophélie Winter then Laura Marine.

In 2004, Yves Noël appeared on France 3 as moderator for the loto sportif results, then in a broadcast dedicated to soccer.

Laura Marine

Dance Machine 3, 4

Laura Marine

Laura Marine comes from Bruxelles. She co-presented the Multitop with Yves Noël, then Samedi Boutique with Bellemare Jr, and did appearances in the TV series Highlander, and Classe Mannequin. She also appeared in theater plays (Le canard à l’orange, Virginie) and a movie (Marie) and worked on the radio stations Skyrock and Europe 1.

Her booking agency

CAUET

Dance Machine 1, 3, 4, 5

CauetNowadays a huge TV star in France, Sébastien Cauet started his carreer on the radio. Till 1995, he contributed to a morning radio show on Fun Radio. He successively worked on Skyrock, NRJ, Europe 2, then again on Fun Radio till 2008, to join again Europe 2 which meanwhile has been renamed Virgin radio. On TV, he moderates CaueTivi on MCM and till nowadays the famous Méthode Cauet on TF1. Among other things, he owns a magazine called Guts, gave his name to a burger, did an appearance in a movie, and was Garfield's French voice.

Official website

 

Difool

Dance Machine 1 -8

Difool Radio presenter, famous in the 90s for his radio show Lovin Fun on Fun Radio that he co-presented with the pediatrician Christian Spitz (aka Le Doc). Together, they gave sexual advices to teenagers.
After leaving Fun Radio in 1996, he presented, among others, shows such as Radio Libre on Skyrock, or more recently The Morning.

Real name : David Massard

Laurence Romance

Dance Machine 4, 5

Specialist of rock music and of Kurt Cobain.

GENIE

Dance Machine 3, 4

Génie (Eugénie-Marie Godula) comes from Chicago. She worked on Fun Radio till 1998, then worked on the radio station Europe 1, and more recently on France 24 where she presents the English edition of the news. She also did appearances on the TV channels TF1, France 3, Voyage and TMC, and worked as a translator on festivals.

MARC GANIVET

DJ and remixer, he mixed many Dance Machine compilations. He also produced a version of Corona's Megamix. He worked as a producer on Fun Radio.

 

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