Name: Galene Luca Rousseau
Play by: Unknown Model
Nickname: Gale, Little Bird, Nightingale, Capelli d'argento, Slut
Galene killed his mother on the eve of his birth, the cold winter and the blood loss that she suffered was to be said to be the reason of his strange coloring. A rather petite man with pale skin and hair the color of silver he was always favored among the women in court. His slight stature and medium build often pleases clients and forces his hand on many odd jobs. His lips are a deep near crimson color and his skin flushes a peach blush easy enough to earn him a few looks.
Never is a hair out of place, or a second hand shirt upon his skin. His clients keep him well clothed and when he is not at the ear of a Lord he is upon the stage of a the theatre performing. His skin is without blemish and his hair well kept.
There is not a soul in this city as kind as he nor as soft spoken. Despite his failing eye sight there is hardly anything that keeps his smile away and he's always willing to help. He is a very attentive lover and even kinder friend.
To see Lou again.
To see more of the world.
Born in the winter of 1762, his mother, Francoise-Louise de Warns
died of childbirth, and though it had always been said as such her years of living a very liberal life the child was not of her current affairs but that of Jean-Jacques Rousseau
, a philosopher, writer, and composer. However, despite that truth Nightingale who went by another name was handed over to the care of a business owner for trade in debts. He has worked his entire life cleaning for the Madame but when her clients started to take a fancy to him she allowed the money in exchange.
1790, Gale befriended a Comte and that man took him in without a second glance. He had heard of the boy's use in the bed of Kings, but it was his fingers across the violin that made him a good asset to their theatre. His fine manners and courtesan training made him a worthy tool in navigating the ever busy Courts of the West Indies, France, and England. Jean-Luc purchased his contract and put him to work, but when they fled the West Indies for Venice, Gale took it upon himself to get to know the nobles and entertain a few in his bed.
His reputation is still being built of course, but already the rumors of Monsieur de Mercier's Nightingale are circling.