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Lynsey de Paul was in relationships with Sean Connery (1989), James Coburn (1978 - 1982), Ringo Starr (1975 - 1976), Roy Wood (1974), Chas Chandler (1974 - 1975), Roger Daltrey, David Frost and George Best.
Lynsey de Paul had encounters with Eddie Kidd (1985), Dodi Fayed (1983), Bill Kenwright (1980), Dudley Moore (1972) and Bernie Taupin.
British Singer Lynsey de Paul was born Lynsey Monckton Rubin on 11th June, 1948 in London, England, UK and passed away on 1st Oct 2014 London, England aged 66. She is most remembered for Sugar Me. Her zodiac sign is Gemini.
Lynsey de Paul is a member of the following lists: Jewish actors, 1950 births and English pop singers.
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|Full Name at Birth||
Lynsey Monckton Rubin
Lynsey Monckton Reuben, Lynsey Monckton Rubin, Lynsey de Paul
66 (age at death) years
11th June, 1948
London, England, UK
1st October, 2014
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5' 0" (152 cm)
Beauty spot above her lip, right hand side of her face, Blue eyes and long blonde hair
South Hampstead High School, London, England
Art and Design, Hornsey College of Art, Keyboards Grades 1-6, Royal Academy of Music
Singer, Songwriter, Composer
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Michael Joyce Management, JJB Creative
www.lynseydepaul.com, www.linkedin.com/pub/lynsey-de-paul/35/193/719, http://lynseydepaul.com/, http://lynseydepaul.com
Lynsey de Paul (born Lyndsey Monckton Rubin; 11 June 1948 – 1 October 2014) was an English singer-songwriter and producer. She had chart hits in the UK and Europe in the 1970s, starting with the UK top 10 single "Sugar Me", becoming the first British female artist to achieve a number one with a self-written song (in 1972 in Belgium, Spain and The Netherlands and in 1973 in Malaysia). She represented the UK in the 1977 Eurovision Song Contest, scoring another chart-topping hit in Switzerland and had a successful career as a two-time Ivor Novello Award-winning composer, record producer, actress and television celebrity.
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