Mareva Galanter (born February 4, 1979 in Papeete, Tahiti, French Polynesia, France) is a French actress and former beauty queen.
Galanter won the 1998 “Miss World of Islands” and then the 1998 “Miss Tahiti” beauty contest that allowed her to compete for the Miss France 1999 crown, which she won.
Galanter expanded her work into music and singing, releasing Ukuyéyé, under Warner Music, in 2006. Stylisticly the music pays homage to a genre known as “Yé-yé” popularized by pop musicians of the early 1960s such as Johnny Halliday and France Gall.
In 2010 Galanter joined the roster of chanteuses touring and recording with Marc Collin and Olivier Libaux’s Nouvelle Vague project.