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Andrea True

Biography

Vocalist Andrea True was being among the most fascinating people to emerge from the disco period — a ex – porn superstar, she was most widely known for the smash “Even more, Even more, Even more,” among the truly basic club strikes of its period. Born and elevated in Nashville, through the past due ’60s Accurate relocated to NEW YORK to pursue a profession in acting. Beyond work as a supplementary in a small number of mainstream movies, she enjoyed small success; ultimately, she was pressured to carefully turn to X-rated materials. During Jamaica in 1975, she documented the sensual “Even more, Even more, Even more” with maker Gregg Gemstone; the monitor — credited towards the Andrea Accurate Connection — was after that certified to Buddah Information and remixed by Tom Moulton, and upon its launch ultimately reached the quantity four slot around the U.S. pop graphs. An LP, also entitled Even more, Even more, Even more, soon adopted, but following the sophomore work White Witch didn’t match True’s early achievement, her recording profession was essentially over.

Quick Facts


Full Name Andrea True
Died November 7, 2011, Kingston, New York, United States
Profession Pornographic film actor, Singer
Education St. Cecilia Academy
Nationality American
Parents Frank Truden, Ann Truden
Music Songs More, More, More, What's Your Name, What's Your Number, N.Y. You Got Me Dancing, Party Line, Fill Me Up, Keep It Up Longer, You Make Love Worthwhile, It's All Up to You, Call Me, New York, New York, You Got Me Dancing, Sally Can't Dance, Fly Robin Fly, White Witch, Life Is What You Make It, Rock 'N Roll-Let It Go, Love To Love You Baby, Open Up Baby, Makin' Music For Money, Still Goin' Down, New York You Got Me Dancing, More, More, More 12” Mix, Whatever Happened To Love?, More, More, More 7” Mix, Heart to Heart, But Is That Love?, Love to Love You, War Machine, The Unkindest Cut, Hootchie Kootchie Floozies, More, More, More, Pt. 1
Albums White Witch, War Machine, More, More, More, What's Your Name, What's Your Number, More More More, More, More, More: The Best Of The Andrea True Connection, New York, You've Got Me Dancin', EP Collection, The Greatest Hits
Movies Deep Throat Part II, 40 Carats


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#Fact
1 Also known as Louis Grimes.
2 lives in Florida, works as a drug counsellor and is a professional astrologer. In July 2002 she was interviewed for the documentary "Disco Divas: One Hit Wonders" on VH1. [July 2002]
3 In 1999 the Canadian group Len sampled the instrumental break from "More, More, More" in their own hit single, "Steal My Sunshine".
4 She said on a VH-1 interview that what ended her music career was developing a goiter on her vocal chords that required surgery.
5 As a co-author of the hit disco song "More, More, More" reportedly continues to receive royalty checks.
6 In the mid 80s she moved to Florida. She works as an astrologist and as a counselor for recovering drug addicts and alcoholics.


Actress

Actress

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Little Orphan Sammy 1977 The Bellydancer
The Winter of 1849 1976 Martha
Seduction 1976 Lois Lane
Once Over Nightly 1976
M*A*S*H'd 1976 Hot Puss
Keep on Truckin' 1975
Both Ways 1975 Janet Wyman
Every Inch a Lady 1975 Edna
Summer Session 1975 English Literature Professor
The Wetter the Better 1975
American Sex Fantasies 1975
Heavy Load 1975 Phyllis
The Charity Ball 1975
Sophie Says No 1975 unconfirmed
Christy 1975 Mark's Wife
The Big Con 1975 Hooker #1 (as Ida King)
Referral Service 1975
Double Header 1974 Blond Hooker (uncredited)
Pleasure Cruise 1974/I Mrs. Nemo
Dance of Love 1974 Lindy
The Seduction of Lyn Carter 1974 Lyn Carter
Doctor Feelgood 1974 as Inger Kissin
Doctor's Teenage Dilemma 1974 Mrs. Goldfarb (uncredited)
Sorceress 1974
Psyched for Sex 1974
Chamber Maids 1974 Sarah / Trixie
Lady on the Couch 1974 Maggie / Laura
The Millionairess 1974 Claire Lee (as Sandra Lips)
Deep Throat Part II 1974 Whacker Attacker (as Inger Kissen)
Illusions of a Lady 1974 Dr. Miranda Woolf
Not Just Another Woman 1974 as Inga Kissen
Lialeh 1974 Blond Telephone Operator (as Inger Kissen)
Round Robin 1973 Holly Blue (as Rose Stevens)
Madame Zenobia 1973 Lucy (as Inger Kissin)
The Way We Were 1973 Extra (uncredited)
Go Fly a Kite 1973 Dr. Sphincter (uncredited)
Prurient Interest 1973
Sexual Freedom in the Ozarks 1973 Dr. Margaret Weed (uncredited)
The Russians Are Coming 1973 Vicky (uncredited)
Hypnorotica 1973 Betty
Road Service 1973 Alice (uncredited)
40 Carats 1973 Extra (uncredited)
Hot Channels 1973 Melinda (as Catherine Warren)
Switchcraft 1973 Event Planner (uncredited)
Over Sexposure 1973
Devil's Due 1973 Dawn (as Catherine Warren)
Head Nurse 1973 Head Nurse (as Rose Stevens)
Fast Ball 1973 Alison
Big Thing 1973 Alice
Meatball 1972 Helen Bed (as Singe Low)

Soundtrack

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
When Disco Ruled the World 2012 TV Movie documentary performer: "More More More" - as Andrea True Connection
The Joy of Disco 2012 TV Movie documentary performer: "More More More" - as Andrea True Connection
Top of the Pops 1976 TV Series performer - 2 episodes
Double Header 1974 performer: "Big Spender" - uncredited

Director

Director

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Once Over Nightly 1976

Thanks

Thanks

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Inside Deep Throat 2005 Documentary thanks

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Inside Deep Throat 2005 Documentary Herself - Adult Film Actress / Helen Bed
VH-1 Where Are They Now? 2002 TV Series documentary Herself
One-Hit Wonders 2002 TV Series documentary Herself
100 Greatest Dance Songs of Rock & Roll 2000 TV Mini-Series documentary Herself
The Mike Douglas Show 1976 TV Series Herself - Actress

Archive Footage

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
French Wives 1979 Madame (uncredited)
Sweet Wet Lips 1977 Manicurist
South of the Border 1976 Andrea (uncredited)
Top of the Pops 1976 TV Series Herself - Lead Singer, Andrea True Connection
Exotic French Fantasies 1974
42nd Street Forever: The Peep Show Collection Vol. 8 2015 Video Girl with Purse (segment "Untitled') (uncredited)
The Joy of Disco 2012 TV Movie documentary Herself
True Legends of Adult Cinema: The Cult Superstars 1993 Video
Weekend Cowgirls 1983 Andrea (uncredited)
Debbie Does Las Vegas 1981 Lesbian #1 (uncredited)

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#Quote
1 [2002, in an interview on VH-1] I want to be remembered as someone who brought people joy with my music.


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