Ellen Foley can be an actress and singer who initial gained recognition singing contrary Meats Loaf on his epic melody, “Paradise with the Dashboard Light.” This led her to an archive agreement with Epic Information and the discharge of three albums that have been inspired by Foley’s sweetheart of that time period, Mick Jones from the Clash, who created and wrote a lot of the next, Spirit of St. Louis. Foley in addition has appeared in movies and on Television.
|1||Directed by four Academy Award winners: Milos Forman, Martin Scorsese, Jonathan Demme, and in two films by Sydney Pollack.|
|2||Ellen has confirmed in concerts that The Clash's 1981 hit song "Should I Stay or Should I Go", written and sung by Mick Jones, was about the turbulent relationship between herself and Jones at the time.|
|3||She studied drama at HB Studio in Greenwich Village in New York City.|
|4||She also taught musical theatre classes at New York City's famed HB Studios.|
|5||Ellen Foley is an accomplished Broadway performer who has appeared in such diverse shows as "Me and My Girl", "Into the Woods" and "Beehive".|
|6||Singer who released three albums on Epic: "Night Out" (1979), featuring Mick Ronson and Ian Hunter; "Spirit of St. Louis" (1981), featuring her boyfriend at the time, Mick Jones of The Clash; and "Another Breath" (1983).|
|7||Her singing was featured on records by 'Blue Oyster Cult', The Clash, The Iron City Houserockers, Ian Hunter, Joe Jackson, The Sorrows and others.|
|8||Foley is an accomplished singer who has released several albums.|
|9||Was the female singer with Meat Loaf on "Paradise by the Dashboard Light".|
|10||Sings backup on Joe Jackson's 1984 release "Body and Soul".|
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|Law & Order||2000||TV Series||Annette Tobin|
|Random Hearts||1999||Young Woman at Fundraiser|
|Ghostwriter||1992-1993||TV Series||Mrs. Kelly / Principal Kelley|
|Murder in Black and White||1990||TV Movie||Emma|
|Married to the Mob||1988||Theresa|
|Spenser: For Hire||1987||TV Series||Ruth|
|Night Court||1984-1985||TV Series||Billie Young|
|The King of Comedy||1982||Street Scum|
|Meat Loaf: Hits Out of Hell||1991||Video performer: "Paradise By The Dashboard Light"|
|Night Court||1984-1985||TV Series performer - 2 episodes|
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|Classic Albums: Meat Loaf - Bat Out of Hell||1999||Video documentary||Herself - Backing Vocalist|
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|3 Girls 3||1977||TV Series||Herself|
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