Person Details

Birthday: 1959-04-27 20:42:21

Aliases: No known aliases

Gender: Female

Place of birth: Bellshill, Scotland

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Movie Involvements: 9

TV Involvements: 2


Most Famous Work

Biography

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Sheena Easton (born Sheena Shirley Orr; 27 April 1959) is a Scottish recording artist. Easton became famous for being the focus of an episode in the British television programme The Big Time, which recorded her attempts to gain a record contract and her eventual signing with EMI Records. Easton rose to fame in the early 1980s with the pop hits "9 to 5" — known as "Morning Train" in the United States — and "For Your Eyes Only", "Strut", "Sugar Walls", "U Got the Look" with Prince, and "The Lover in Me". She went on to become successful in the United States and Japan, working with prominent vocalists and producers, such as Prince, Christopher Neil, Kenny Rogers, Luis Miguel, L.A. Reid and Babyface, and Nile Rodgers. Description above from the Wikipedia article Sheena Easton, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.​

Most Famous Work

For Your Eyes Only
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7

For Your Eyes Only

(1981) Herself - Singer in Title Sequence (uncredited)
Highlander: The Series
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7

Highlander: The Series

(1992) Annie Devlin
Indecent Proposal
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6

Indecent Proposal

(1993) Herself
All Dogs Go to Heaven 2
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6

All Dogs Go to Heaven 2

(1996) Sasha La Fleur (voice)
Body Bags
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6

Body Bags

(1993) Megan
Auf los geht's los
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0

Auf los geht's los

(1977) herself
Sign 'o' The Times
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7

Sign 'o' The Times

(1987) Herself
David Copperfield
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6

David Copperfield

(1993) Agnes Wickfield (voice)

Acting

Year Character Movie/Tv
2005 N/A
2004 Professor Fiona Pembrooke (voice)
singer
2001 N/A
2000 N/A
1999 Herself
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1998 Sasha
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1996 N/A
Sasha La Fleur (voice)
1995 N/A
1994 N/A
N/A
1993 Agnes Wickfield (voice)
Megan
Herself
1992 Annie Devlin
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1987 Herself
Herself
1984 N/A
1983 Herself
1982 The Secret Policeman Choir
Herself
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1981 Herself - Singer in Title Sequence (uncredited)
1980 N/A
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1979 herself
1977 herself
1962 N/A
N/A
Year Character Movie/Tv

Sound

Year Role Movie/Tv
1981 Theme Song Performance
Year Role Movie/Tv

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