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Claude Singer birth place is Corpus Christi, Texas, U.S. Claude Singer is best known as the brother of Actress Lori Singer

Claude Singer age, wiki, biography

Claude Singer born place is Corpus Christi, Texas, U.S. His parents are Leslie Singer and Jacques Singer. His mother's name is Leslie Singer and his father's name is Jacques Singer. Claude Singer father was the primary conductor of the Oregon Symphony from 1962 to 1972. His father a Polish-born conductor and protégé of Leopold Stokowski and his mother was pianist by profession. He has 4 siblings. In siblings he has 2 brother's and 1 sister. His brother's names are Gregory Singer and Marc Singer. His sister's name is Lori Singer. His mother was originally known as Leslie Wright. By profession his mother was a pianist. Gregory Singer and Lori Singer are twin siblings born on 06 Nov 1957. By profession his brother Gregory Singer is a violinist. He has a brothers Marc Singer who is an an actor who was born on Jan 29, 1948. His sister Lori Singer's birthday is on November 6, 1957.

Claude Singer sister Lori Singer 

Singer was a talented musician. She played cello with the Oregon Symphony at the age of 13. She was welcomed to the Juilliard School, where she became the school's youngest graduate. She has 3 siblings. In siblings she has 3 brothers. Lori Singer's father was employed as the conductor of the Corpus Christi Symphony Orchestra at the time of her birth. Singer is of Jewish origin.

Lori Singer family moved to Portland, Oregon, when she was four years old, where her father worked as the main conductor of the Portland Symphony Orchestra from 1962 until 1972. Lori Singer grew up in Portland and had her solo appearance with the Oregon Symphony at the age of thirteen. She studied at Lincoln High School in Portland. Lori Singer and her brother Gregory joined a summer music camp in New York City in the summer of 1971, which was organized by cellist Yo-Yo Ma. When she was 14 years old, she was admitted into the Juilliard School. She went on to become the school's youngest graduate. Lori Singer started performing with the Western Washington University Symphony Orchestra shortly after graduating from Juilliard School.

In 1980, Lori Singer tied the knot with lawyer Richard David Emery. The couple have a son named Jacques Rio Emery born Mar 1991. The duo got divorced in 1996.

Claude Singer sister Lori Singer Career

Lori Singer started working with Elite Modeling Agency as soon as she finished her education at Juilliard. More concert solo appearances followed. In 1980, she won the Bergen Philharmonic Competition. Following that, she was motivated by her brother, Marc, to pursue a career in acting. In the TV show Fame, Lori Singer was given the role of Julie Miller, a timid high school girl. She remained on the show for the first two seasons. Miller, a young dancer and cellist, was designed expressly for Lori Singer's skills. Under the moniker ""the Kids from ""Fame"", she and a couple of other cast members did a live concert at Royal Albert Hall, in 1983, which was recorded and launched as a live album.

She featured in the movie Footloose in 1984, as the female lead Ariel Moore. She also appeared in other movies such as The Man with One Red Shoe in 1985 and The Falcon and the Snowman in 1985. She was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award in the category of Best Female Lead for her work in the movie Trouble in Mind which released in 1985. In January 2008, Lori Singer sang as a soloist at Carnegie Hall. She sang a hymn authored by Karl Jenkins in honour of Martin Luther King Jr. Lori Singer came back to TV on May 4, 2011, when she played a guest star on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.

Lori Singer collaborated with Sheila Nevins, HBO, and Jessica Kingdon as an executive producer on the documentary Mea Maxima Culpa: Silence in the House of God, directed by Alex Gibney, which released in 2013. At the London Film Festival, the movie claimed the Grierson Award in 2012 as well as the Chicago International Film Festival's award. The movie claimed the Best Feature Documentary category in the Irish Film and Television Awards in 2013. The movie received five prime-time Emmy award nominations in the United States and it took home three of them ""Exceptional Merit in Documentary Filmmaking,"" ""Best Editor,"" and ""Outstanding Writing."" In 2013, the movie was short listed for the Academy Awards. It was also nominated for a Writers Guild Award. The documentary received a Peabody Award in 2014. The documentary God Knows Where I Am, was voiced by her in 2017, and it claimed 17 film festivals, and an Emmy. It was released on Netflix in 2019.She also collaborated with Paul Cantelone on the single "Linda's Song," which was included on the film's soundtrack.

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