b. Jeanine Deckers, 17 Oct 1933, Belgium, d. 31 March 1985, Wavre, Belgium. Better referred to as Sister Luc Gabrielle from the Fichermont convent in Waterloo, Belgium, this guitar-playing vocalist found prominence after putting your signature on to Philips Information in 1961. Their Belgium branch released her recording Soeur Sourire (Sister Smile), which offered well around the continent. Among the tunes, the French sung ‘Dominique’, a breezy tribute towards the founder from the Dominican purchase, captured the creativity of the worldwide record-buying general public and became an internationally hit, reaching #1 1 in america during Xmas 1963. Her recording also reached the very best of the united states charts within the same month and she received the Grammy Award for ‘Greatest Gospel Or Spiritual Documenting’ of 1963. Income for the product sales of her function was added to international missions. Even though Singing Nun made an appearance on the exclusive Ed Sullivan Display, she didn’t secure popular follow-up. Nevertheless, Debbie Reynolds starred inside a biopic from the nun’s existence and the film was publicized with a go of Soeur Sourire driving a mobility scooter and playing an classical guitar. Worldly trappings ultimately enticed Deckers from your convent in Oct 1966. She transformed her name to Luc Dominique and documented the questionable ‘Glory Become To God For The Golden Tablet’. She later on setup a college for autistic kids with her friend Annie Pescher, however in March 1985 the set required a fatal overdose of alcoholic beverages and barbiturates. At that time they owed $63, 000 in back again taxes for the money gained during Deckers’ performing career, even though all proceeds had opted towards the convent.
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|Mystery Science Theater 3000||1994||TV Series writer - 1 episode|
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|The Simpsons||1992||TV Series writer - 1 episode|
|Mermaids||1990||performer: "Dominique" / writer: "Dominique"|
|Heaven Help Us||1985||performer: "Dominique" - as The performed by Nun / writer: "Dominique"|
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