Grazina Frame

Born 6 November 1941
Grazina Frame
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1941-11-06
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Grazina Frame

Grazina Frame Biography (Wikipedia)

Grazina Frame (born Lydia Anna Grazina Obrycha, 6 November 1941, Fylde, Lancashire, England) is an English singer and actress. She recorded a series of singles as Grazina for HMV 1962-1964, and sang with Sir Cliff Richard on several 1960s songs, as a result of having over-dubbed both Carole Gray in film The Young Ones and Lauri Peters in Summer Holiday. Her film appearances included The Painted Smile (1962), What a Crazy World (1963), Every Day's a Holiday (1965) and The Alphabet Murders (1965).

She was married to songwriter Mitch Murray until 1980.

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A Swingin' Affair
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