Chris Clark

Actor · Producer · Writer
IVA Star Rating : 54
Christine Elizabeth Clark, better known as Chris Clark, is an American soul, jazz, and blues singer, who recorded for Motown Records. Clark became known to Northern Soul fans for hit songs such as 1965's "Do Right Baby Do Right" and 1966's "Love's Gone Bad" (Holland-Dozier-Holland). She later co-wrote the screenplay for the 1972 motion picture Lady... read more

Christine Elizabeth Clark, better known as Chris Clark, is an American soul, jazz, and blues singer, who recorded for Motown Records. Clark became known to Northern Soul fans for hit songs such as 1965's "Do Right Baby Do Right" and 1966's "Love's Gone Bad" (Holland-Dozier-Holland). She later co-wrote the screenplay for the 1972 motion picture Lady Sings the Blues starring Diana Ross, which earned Clark an Academy Award nomination.

Birth Name

Christine Elizabeth Clark

Born

Friday, 01 February 1946

Actor Filmography

When the World Came to San Francisco (singing voice) 2015
A Wife Alone Cop 1 2012
Pretty Darn Funny Darrel Moore 2012
Film Fiend Himself - Guest 2010
Tanner Hall Fair Patron 2009
Learning with Lawrence Cleanup man 2009
NBC Sunday Night Football Himself - Denver Broncos Tackle 2006
Saints And Soldiers American Soldier #1 2003
Everwood Male Student 2002
Late Show with David Letterman Himself 1993
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Actor Filmography

When the World Came to San Francisco (singing voice) 2015
A Wife Alone Cop 1 2012
Pretty Darn Funny Darrel Moore 2012
Film Fiend Himself - Guest 2010
Tanner Hall Fair Patron 2009
Learning with Lawrence Cleanup man 2009
NBC Sunday Night Football Himself - Denver Broncos Tackle 2006
Saints And Soldiers American Soldier #1 2003
Everwood Male Student 2002
Late Show with David Letterman Himself 1993
Midnight Caller Donald Pell 1988
Where the Action Is Herself 1965

Producer Filmography

1973OscarBest Writing, Story and Screenplay Based on Factual Material or Material Not Previously Published or Produced Nominated
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