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Notable Acting Credits
Comments & Submitter Name
|"Hairspray, Videodrome, Spun, Heavy"||Deborah Harry aka Debbie Harry is the lead singer of the pivotal late 1970's punk/pop group, Blondie. Besides singing Harry also acts and has appeared in the above named films, but also in television roles and has done many voiceovers for both television, movies and video games, including "Grand Theft Auto: Vice City". Her most famous movie role came in 1988 when she played the original version of the villianous Velma von Tussle in John Waters' "Hairspray" (I think she did a great job and one worth seeing in renting or buying the DVD or video of the movie). Harry also appeared in "Hairspray" being the wife of the character played by another singer who acted, Sonny Bono. - Peter Bradfield|
|"Maybe For Sure,"||Maybe can't be for sure or vice-versa.||Billy Reuben|
Song & Band Name
Song & Band Name
|"My Old Yellow Car," Dan Seals||"Backfired," Deborah Harry|
|"Traffic Jam," Weird Al Yankovic||"The Jam Was Moving," Deborah Harry|
|"Don't Let Me Get Me," Pink||"Strike Me Pink," Deborah Harry|
|"Strike Me Pink," Deborah Harry||"You Make Me Sick," Pink|
First Band/Song Name
Second Band/Song Name
New Song Name
|So We Danced Again|
|The Last Polka|
Ben Folds Five
|So We Danced The Last Polka - Again|
It it's the last one, why dance it again?
"French kissin' in the USA"
(Embrasser c'est Francais, Embrasser c'est Francais)
Only the backing vocals sings these French words. But still...
Submitted by: Jan Veltkamp