Born and raised in France, Lola Ohlala started training in classical and modern dance at age 4. At 16 she started studying theater with amazing artists like Jean Claude Cotillard, father of the internationally awarded actress Marion Cotillard, who brought to her an extensive knowledge of the art of mime and body language.
Combining her experience in dance and theatre, she discovered her real passion, the French cabaret. She danced and choreographed shows in France for famous companies in St Tropez, Bourges, Paris and Orléans. She performed for global events in high-class venues, such as “la Voile Rouge” in Saint Tropez.
She eventually parlayed her grace and beauty into modeling, walked the runway for French ‘haute couture’ designers (Christian Lacroix, etc.). She records French songs for movie music writers in Los Angeles and is proud to be one of renown French photographer Emmanuelle Choussy’s muse.
Lola founded Cabaret Versatile in 2012, bringing the sexiness and happiness of French culture to the American public. Since then, she performs and choreographs shows in Los Angeles, as well as in the whole California, United States and even overseas, such as Hawaii and Guatemala.