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Evelyn Forever

Biography

Jersey Shoreline power-pop quartet Evelyn Forever was shaped over the campus of Rutgers School by singer/bassist Ed Yoo, guitarists Reef Fanous and Tag Sanderlin, and drummer Matt Lewis. Quickly getting a regular display on the famed Asbury Recreation area membership the Saint, in 1997 the music group was the initial act agreed upon to the fledgling regional indie Airplay, issuing their acclaimed debut LP Nightclub Jitters in 1997. An appearance over the Del-Fi compilation International Pop Overthrow preceded the 1998 discharge of Evelyn Forever’s sophomore record, Shed within the Supermarket. Great to become Alive was released three years afterwards.

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Full Name Evelyn Forever
Music Songs Magic of the Moment, Double Dip, Doorway, Bugjuice, Daisy Bell, Never Once, 17, Wonderful, You Won't Let Me Win, Rock n' Roll Girl, Telephone, What I Need
Albums nightclub jitters


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#Fact
1 Managed her own dance studio from 1938.
2 Grew up in the U.S. (1924-26). Later went to school in Berlin. Trained as a ballet dancer, singer and actress.
3 She was the daughter of the composer Eduard Künneke and the opera singer Katarina Künneke.
4 In a television interview (the History Channel's, Hitler's Women) said that, Hitler's favorite filmmaker, Leni Riefenstahl, used her influence to help her and her family escape persecution by the Nazis.
5 Was on stage last with actresses Helen Vita and Brigitte Mira in "3 alte Schachteln" ("Three Old Hags")
6 Singer and cabaret artist.
7 Daughter of Eduard Künneke


Actress

Actress

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Ausziehn! 2001 Florence Cecil Asta
Ein lasterhaftes Pärchen 2000 TV Movie Brigitte
Hans Eppendorfer: Suche nach Leben 1998
Blond bis aufs Blut 1997
Killer Condom 1996 Forensic Doctor (as Evelyn Künnecke)
Neurosia: Fifty Years of Perversion 1995
A.S. 1995 TV Series
Tatort 1994 TV Series
Ärzte 1994 TV Series Nachtclubbesitzerin
Gestatten, Bestatter 1986
Melodien für Millionen 1985 TV Series Singer
Hanna von acht bis acht 1983 TV Movie
Gastspieldirektion Gold 1982 TV Series
Der Zauberberg 1982 Frau Salomon
Heut' abend 1982 TV Series
Im Regen nach Amerika 1981 TV Movie Frau Cubi
Ohne Rückfahrkarte 1981
Spaß beiseite - Herbert kommt! 1980 TV Mini-Series Dame im Lokal
Die Hamburger Krankheit 1979 Wirtin
Flotte Formen - Kesse Kurven 1979 TV Movie Performer
Grandison 1979 Lebedame
Noch 'ne Oper 1979 TV Movie Mutter der talentlosen Sängerin
Just a Gigolo 1978 Frau Aeckerle (as Evelyn Künnecke)
Flaming Hearts 1978 Sängerin im Lokal
Seniorenschweiz 1976 TV Movie
Berlinger 1975
Monolog eines Stars 1975 Schauspielerin
Fox and His Friends 1975 Secretary at Travel Agency
Meine Sorgen möcht' ich haben 1975 Susanne Bornemann (as Evelyn Künnecke)
Axel von Auersperg 1974 TV Movie Archediakon
1 Berlin-Harlem 1974
Das sündige Bett 1973 Frau Schindler
Die Meerschweinchenrevue 1971 TV Movie
Dem Täter auf der Spur 1971 TV Series Laurence
Tommy Tulpe 1970 TV Series Fräulein Knüll
Die Mädchen der Madame 1969 Frau von Kahlenbach
Der Partyphotograph 1968 Frau Jansen
Schrei nach Lust 1968
Meine Frau macht Musik 1958 Daisy
Ich war ein häßliches Mädchen 1955 Singer
Schlager - Express Wien - Berlin 1954 TV Movie Singer
Tanzende Sterne 1952 Singer
Verlorene Melodie 1952 Gloria American Jazz-Singer
Das unmögliche Mädchen 1951 Evelyn
The Veiled Lady 1951 Singer
Der Fünfminutenvater 1951 Mabel, Micro-Singer
Die Dritte von rechts 1950
Märchen vom Glück 1949 Singer
Heimliches Rendezvous 1949 Sängerin
Karneval der Liebe 1943 Tänzerin (as Evelyn Künnecke)
Auf Wiedersehn, Franziska! 1941 Singer'Sing Nachtigall Sing' (uncredited)

Soundtrack

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Das Boot 1981 performer: "Sing Nachtigall Sing" - uncredited
Die große Starparade 1954 performer: "Bongo Boogie" reprise
Karneval der Liebe 1943 performer: "Karussell"

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Die Königin - Marianne Hoppe 2000 Documentary
Höchstpersönlich 1998 TV Series documentary
25 Jahre Wiener Stadthalle 1983 TV Movie Herself - Singer
Mit Musik geht alles besser 1982 TV Movie Herself - Singer
Rosa von Praunheim - Ein Leben zwischen Karriere, Sex und Tod 1982 Documentary Herself
So wird's nie wieder sein 1980 TV Movie Herself - Singer
Das ist Ihr Leben 1979 TV Series Herself
Ich bin ein Antistar - Das skandalöse Leben der Evelyn Künneke 1976 Documentary Herself
Je später der Abend... 1973-1975 TV Series Herself
Rosa von Praunheim zeigt 1975 Documentary short
Wie ein Vogel auf dem Draht 1975 TV Movie Herself
Musik ist Trumpf 1975 TV Series Herself - Singer
Zwischenmahlzeit 1965-1972 TV Series
Musikauktion 1964 TV Series Singer
Na, dann prost! 1962 TV Movie Herself - Singer
Das Leben ist ein Karussel 1960 TV Movie Herself - Musician
Schlager 1958 1958 TV Movie Herself
Die Reise ins Glück 1957 TV Movie Herself - Singer
Treffpunkt Kiel 1955 TV Movie Herself
Rendezvous am Killesberg 1955 TV Movie Herself
Die große Starparade 1954 Herself
Hitlers Frauen 2001 TV Series documentary Speaker
Forever Young - Brigitte Mira 2000 TV Movie Herself
Die goldene Kamera 2000 2000 TV Movie Herself

Won awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2000 Honorary Award 'Berlin' Golden Camera, Germany


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