Anaïs Delva, real name Anaïs Leduc, is a French singer and actress. She's known for playing in musicals Romeo & Juliette (2011), Cinderella (2011), Dracula, l'amour plus fort que la mort (2011) dubbing Elsa in European French version of Disney's Frozen and singing the end credits song Let it go.
Dubbing[edit | edit source]
- 2013 - Dora's Ice Skating Spectacular - Ice Witch (speaking & singing)
- 2013 - Wanda et L'Extraterrestre - Opening Credits Soloist
- 2013 - Skylanders: Swap Force - Tessa, Cali
- 2013 - Frozen - Elsa, End Credits Soloist
- 2014 - Skylanders: Trap Team - Tessa
- 2015 - Once Upon A Time - Elsa
- 2015 - Frozen Fever - Elsa
- 2015 - Cinderella - End Credits Singer
- 2015 - Descendants - If Only singer
- 2015 - Skylanders: SuperChargers - Tessa
- 2015 - Over the Garden Wall - Beatrice (speaking)
- 2016 - Skylanders: Imaginators - Tessa
- 2016 - LEGO Frozen Northern Lights - Elsa
- 2017 - TotallyTV - Elsa (first voice)
- 2017 - Olaf's Frozen Adventure - Elsa
- 2018 - Charming - Sleeping Beauty
Auditions[edit | edit source]
Other info[edit | edit source]
- She didn't return as Elsa in Ralph Breaks the Internet and Frozen 2 because of her issues with working conditions. She was replaced by Noémie Orphelin and Charlotte Hervieux respectively.
Biography[edit | edit source]
Anaïs Delva, real name Anaïs Leduc, was born on May 15, 1986 in Bar-le-Duc, France. She's mainly a Musical actress, playing in famous Musicals like Romeo & Juliette (2011), Cinderella (2011), Dracula, l'amour plus fort que la mort (2011), before getting really famous in 2013 for dubbing Elsa in Disney's movie Frozen.