Suzanne Doucet Biography (Wikipedia)
Doucet (born 27 August 1944, Tübingen, Germany) is an award winning German composer and producer. She has been living and working in the USA since 1983.
She went to school in Meersburg am Bodensee, Frankfurt, Heidelberg, Hamburg, Munich (college) and Paris(University). Her mother and her grandmother both named Helen von Muenchhofen were actresses. Her grandmother played in the history making silent movie Metropolis directed by Fritz Lang. Suzanne's father Dr. Friedrich-Wilhelm Doucet was a disciple of the famous psychologist Carl Gustav Jung and became a well-known author of over 40 books on parapsychology and other topics in Germany.
Before Suzanne started her career in the entertainment industry she worked as a designer and painter in Ascona (Switzerland). She moved to Munich in 1962 and studied at the Sorbonne in Paris in 1963. She played the leading part in a theater comedy "Die Türen knallen" in Stuttgart in 1963 and was discovered by the record company Metronome. She had her first TV appearance in Hamburg in 1963 on NDR. Her first Hit record was the German version of "Be my Baby" (The Ronnettes) (Sei mein Baby) in 1964 und "Das geht doch keinen etwas an". Nine albums and 37 singles followed including a Cashbox "Best Bets" (Swansong) written by the Bee Gees on the US label Liberty Records. Suzanne Doucet's over 40 years in the entertainment industry have provided her with incomparable knowledge, experience and contacts. Beyond being co-founder and CEO of Only New Age Music, Inc., and newagemusic.com, Suzanne is an international recording and performing artist whose background encompasses being a prime time TV "Pop Show" hostess (guests included the Bee Gees, Grateful Dead, Keith Emerson, David Bowie), a songwriter & composer, script writer, sound designer, producer, A&R record label executive,(Prom) music publisher,(Golden Key Musik Verlag) label owner & manager, marketing consultant, and retailer.