Frida Boccara ( born October 29, 1940 in Casablanca, Morocco; † August 1, 1996 in Paris, France) was a French singer of Jewish origin.
First achievements came in 1960 at the Rose d'Or Festival in Antibes.
In 1969, she won points with three other singers the Euro Vision Song Contest with the song Un jour, un enfant.
Except in France, she especially enjoyed great popularity in Spain.
She died of pneumonia and was in the Jewish section of the park outside Paris Cimetière parisien de Bagneux (location of burial: 63 Division, 2nd row, 4th grave ) buried in Bagneux.