Sylvia Kristel

Sylvia Kristel (Born September 28, 1952 in Utrecht, Netherlands-) is a Dutch actress and model. When she was 17 she began modelling. She entered the Miss TV Europe contest, in 1973, and won. She has an IQ of 164, thus, was able to skip four grades in school. She speaks Dutch, English, French and Italian. Throughout the mid-1970s she dated Belgian writer Hugo Claus. She gained international attention in her role as Ms. Regina Copoletta for the 1983 film Private Lessons. However, she may be most memorable as Emmanuelle in various films from the series. She has a son named Arthur, who is also an actor.


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She has a son named Arthur, who is also an actor. "Peggy Lee" is also a character in Victory Gundam, one of the five (of the six) original members of the Shrike Team named in homage to famous 20th century female singers. However, she may be most memorable as Emmanuelle in various films from the series. Peggy Lee is interred in the Westwood Village Memorial Park Cemetery in Westwood, California. Regina Copoletta for the 1983 film Private Lessons. She claimed that she was due royalties for video tapes, a technology that didn't exist when she agreed to write and perform for Disney. She gained international attention in her role as Ms. In the early 1990s, she successfully sued Disney for royalties on Lady and the Tramp.

Throughout the mid-1970s she dated Belgian writer Hugo Claus. In 1955, she played a despondent and alcoholic blues singer in Pete Kelly's Blues (1955), for which she was nominated for an Oscar. She speaks Dutch, English, French and Italian. In 1953, she played opposite Danny Thomas in a remake of the early Al Jolson film, The Jazz Singer. She has an IQ of 164, thus, was able to skip four grades in school. Lee also acted in several films. She entered the Miss TV Europe contest, in 1973, and won. She was also known as a songwriter with such hits as the songs from the Disney movie Lady and the Tramp, which she also sang.

When she was 17 she began modelling. She is most famous for her cover version of the Little Willie John hit "Fever" and her rendition of Leiber and Stoller's "Is That All There Is?" Her relationship with the label lasted almost three decades, although from 1952-1957 she moved to Decca Records. Sylvia Kristel (Born September 28, 1952 in Utrecht, Netherlands-) is a Dutch actress and model. In 1944, Lee began to record for Capitol Records, for whom she produced a long string of hits, many of them with lyrics and music by Lee and Barbour. In March 1943, Lee married Dave Barbour, the guitarist in Goodman's band. In July 1942, Lee recorded her first hit, "Why Don't You Do Right?" It sold over a million copies and made her famous.

In 1941, she joined joined Benny Goodman's band—then at the height of its popularity—and for over two years toured the United States with it. Lee was born Norma Dolores Engstrom (Engström) in Jamestown, North Dakota. Peggy Lee (May 26, 1920–January 21, 2002) was an American popular music singer, perenially introduced as "Miss Peggy Lee." Lee was famous for her "soft and cool" singing style, which some say she developed in response to noisy nightclub audiences.

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