Michele Lee is known as an actress but too few know that she is a great singer too, gifted with a beautiful and powerful voice.
Michele Lee (born Michelle Lee Dusick in 1942) is an Tony Award-nominated American singer, dancer, actress, producer, director and frequent game show panelist of the 1970's. When she was 18, she auditioned for the Broadway play "Vintage '60". She soon began appearing in musicals, becoming a star on Broadway at the age of 19 in "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying" in the role of "Rosemary", opposite Robert Morse and the late Rudy Vallee, a role she reprised in the film version. She also appeared in more plays, such as the Los Angeles production of "Parade" and the Broadway productions of "Bravo Giovanni" and "The Tale of the Allergist's Wife". In addition to starring in Broadway plays, she also made guest appearances on a number of variety and game shows, making her debut on an episode of The Danny Kaye Show in 1963. This part led to another guest appearance on an episode of The Carol Burnett Show. As her popularity grew in the late 1960's, she was also a recording artist signed to Columbia Records. Between 1967 & 1968, she recorded 2 separate albums per year. The first album she recorded was "A Taste of the Fantastic". She sang mostly in nightclubs and traveled to the famous Persian Room in New York and the Sands Hotel in Las Vegas. In addition to becoming a singer, Lee became one of the most in-demand guest actresses of the 1970's.
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