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    Ellen Foley. Ellen Foley (born 1951) [1] is an American singer and actress who has appeared on Broadway and television, where she co-starred in the sitcom Night Court for one season. In music, she has released five solo albums but is best known for her collaborations with rock singer Meat Loaf. [2] [1] [3]

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    Play video with sound 1:06 Ellen Foley was born on June 5, 1951 in St. Louis, Missouri, USA. She is known for Hair (1979), Fatal Attraction (1987) and Cocktail (1988). She has been married to Doug Bernstein since April 29, 1990. They have two children. See full bio » Born: June 5, 1951 in St. Louis, Missouri, USA

  3. From Rock 'n Roll Queen to Mrs. Bernstein Female rocker Ellen Foley is best known as the powerhouse voice behind Meatloaf’s multiplatinum 1977 legendary duet, “Paradise by the Dashboard Light.” Ellen, with then boyfriend Mick Jones of the Clash. In a scene from the movie Hair with Laurie Beecham and Debbie Dye. With Tom Cruise in Cocktail.

  4. Ellen Foley and the Worried Men live at the Cutting Room! Thursday, May 26 at 7 pm 44 E. 32 St. NYC Click Here For Tickets! Video! 'I'm Just Happy to Be Here,' featuring Ellen Foley and Karla DeVito! I'm Just Happy to Be Here - Ellen Foley and Karla DeVito Watch on Thank You Meat Loaf This photo sort of says it all.

  5. Ellen Foley was born on June 5, 1951 in St. Louis, Missouri, USA. She is known for Hair (1979), Fatal Attraction (1987) and Cocktail (1988). She has been married to Doug Bernstein since April 29, 1990. They have two children. Family (1) Spouse Doug Bernstein ( 29 April 1990 - present) (2 children) Trivia (11)

    • June 5, 1951 in St. Louis, Missouri, USA
    • 5' 8" (1.73 m)
  6. Ellen Foley is a medical anthropologist whose research addresses the social production of disease with a focus on how intertwined global, national, and local social forces shape vulnerability to disease, health status, and access to medical care, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa.

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