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Lulu’s height is 5ft 2in (1.57 m)

Lulu Kennedy-Cairns, OBE (born Marie McDonald McLaughlin Lawrie, 3 November 1948), best known by her stage name Lulu, is a Scottish singer, actress, and television personality who has been successful in the entertainment business from the 1960s.

Lulu

First Name: Lulu
Last Name: Lawrie
Birth Full Name: Marie McDonald McLaughlin Lawrie
Other Names: Lulu Gibb,Lulu and the Luvvers,Lulu Kennedy-Cairns
Born: 3 November, 1948
Birthplace: Lennox Castle, Lennoxtown, Glasgow
Height: 5ft 2in (1.57 m)
Build: Average
Eye Color: Blue
Hair Color: Blonde
Astrological Sign: Scorpio
Sexuality: Straight
Ethnicity: White
Nationality: Scottish
Occupation: Singer, songwriter, actress, television personality, businesswoman
Genre: Pop,pop rock,blue-eyed soul
Music Genre: Pop/Rock
Filmography: Neil Diamond: Radio 2 Electric Prom (2010), Whatever Happened to Harold Smith? (1999), To Sir, with Love II (1996, TV Movie), After 5 (1994), Absolutely Fabulous (1992, TV Show), Heartbeat (1992, TV Show), Perfect Scoundrels (1990, TV Show), Men in Love (1990), Nellie the Elephant (1989, TV Show), Super Gran (1985, TV Show), Alicja (1982), Bananas (1981, TV Show), The Cherry Picker (1974), Cucumber Castle (1970, TV Movie), Schlag auf Schlager (1970), Pauls Party (1969), To Sir, with Love (1967), Three of a Kind (1967, TV Show), The Red Skelton Hour (1951, TV Show), The Growing Pains of Adrian Mole (-, TV Show), Him & Her (2010, TV Show), Pirate Radio (2009), Oy Vey! My Son Is Gay!! (2009), The Home Song Stories (2007), Love and Other Disasters (2006), An Audience with Take That: Live! (2006, TV Movie), Duet Impossible (2006, TV Show), 20 to 1 (2005, TV Show), The X Factor (2004, TV Show), The Blues (2003, TV Show), American Idol (2002, TV Show), The Anniversary Party (2001), Top of the Pops: The True Story (2001, TV Show), The Wedding Tackle (2000), Doctors (2000, TV Show), Bleeder (1999), Whatever Happened to Harold Smith? (1999), Loose Women (1999, TV Show), Lista Top 40 (1999, TV Show), Desert Blue (1998), The King of Queens (1998, TV Show), Plump Fiction (1997), Late Bloomers (1996), This Life (1996, TV Show), The Wharf Rat (1995, TV Movie), What’s Love Got to Do with It (1993), Smash Hits Poll Winners Party 1993 (1993, TV Movie), ITV Telethon (1992, TV Show), Get a Life (1990, TV Show), Nellie the Elephant (1989, TV Show), EastEnders (1985, TV Show), Alicja (1982), Cannon & Ball (1979, TV Show), The Dick Emery Comedy Hour (1979, TV Movie), The Man with the Golden Gun (1974), Music Scene (1969, TV Show), The Johnny Cash Show (1969, TV Show), Mister Jerico (1969, TV Movie), The Eurovision Song Contest (1969, TV Show), Pop Go the Sixties! (1969, TV Movie), Hot Millions (1968), The Morecambe & Wise Show (1968, TV Show), Lulu’s Back in Town (1968, TV Show), To Sir, with Love (1967), Beat-Club (1965, TV Show), Go-Go Bigbeat (1965, Short Film), Shindig! (1964, TV Show), Top of the Pops (1964, TV Show), The Red Skelton Hour (1951, TV Show), 60/90 (-, TV Show), Eurovision Song Contest: Your Country Needs Blue (2011, TV Movie), Sir Jimmy Savile: As It Happened (2011), The 5 O’Clock Show (2010, TV Show), 30 Years of ‘An Audience With…’ (2010, TV Show), Daybreak (2010, TV Show), The Talk (2010, TV Show), Trinny & Susannah: What They Did Next (2010, TV Show), Rewind the 60s (2010), America Now (2010, TV Show), Live from Studio Five (2009, TV Show), Let’s Dance for Comic Relief (2009, TV Show), Chris Moyles Quiz Night (2009, TV Show), The Royal Variety Performance 2009 (2009, TV Movie), Queens of British Pop (2009, TV Show), Piers Morgan’s Life Stories (2009, TV Show), Eurovision: Your Country Needs You (2009, TV Show), Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow (2009, TV Show), Brit Awards 2008 (2008, TV Movie), Happy Birthday Brucie! (2008, TV Show), The Sunday Night Project (2008, TV Show), Gok’s Fashion Fix (2008, TV Show), Sex Drugs and Rock ‘n’ Roll: The 60s Revealed (2008, TV Show), Happy Birthday Elton! From Madison Square Garden, New York (2007, TV Movie), Perfect Night In (2007, TV Show), Britain’s Got More Talent (2007, TV Show), Kenny Everett: Licence to Laugh (2007, TV Show), My Music: Movie Songs (2007, TV Movie), My Music: The British Beat (2007, TV Movie), Just the Two of Us (2006, TV Show), The ONE Show (2006, TV Show), Davina (2006, TV Show), All Time Greatest Movie Songs (2006, TV Movie), An Audience with Take That: Live! (2006, TV Movie), James Bond’s Greatest Hits (2006, TV Show), The Prince’s Trust 30th Birthday: Live (2006, TV Show), Scott Walker: 30 Century Man (2006), Duet Impossible (2006, TV Show), Nigella (2005, TV Show), Saturday Night with Miriam (2005, TV Show), The Bigger Picture (2005, TV Show), Out of Africa: Heroes and Icons (2005, TV Show), World’s Greatest Gigs, The (2005, TV Movie), Sky News: Afternoon Live (2005, TV Show), Strictly Come Dancing (2004, TV Show), Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two (2004, TV Show), The Paul O’Grady Show (2004, TV Show), The Xtra Factor (2004, TV Show), MOBO Awards 2004 (2004, TV Show), Jools’s Hootenanny (2004, TV Show), EastEnders: Christmas Party (2003, TV Movie), The Blues (2003, TV Show), The Terry and Gaby Show (2003, TV Show), Brit Awards 2003 (2003, TV Movie), What Not to Wear on the Red Carpet (2003, TV Show), Christmas Show, The (2003, TV Show), James Bond: A BAFTA Tribute (2002, TV Show), American Idol (2002, TV Show), Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway (2002, TV Show), V Graham Norton (2002, TV Show), An Audience with Lulu (2002, TV Movie), Cable TV (2002, TV Show), Richard & Judy (2001, TV Show), The Kumars at No. 42 (2001, TV Show), An Audience with Des O’Connor (2001, TV Show), Top of the Pops: The True Story (2001, TV Show), Breakfast (2000, TV Show), Top Ten (2000, TV Show), Steps Into Summer (2000, TV Movie), Loose Women (1999, TV Show), Definitely Dusty (1999, TV Show), Elton John: With a Little Help from My Friends (1999, TV Show), This Is Your Life (1999, TV Show), Red Alert with the National Lottery (1999, TV Show), So Graham Norton (1998, TV Show), Late Lunch (1998, TV Show), Clive James on TV (1997, TV Show), TFI Friday (1996, TV Show), The National Lottery (1994, TV Show), The Royal Variety Performance (1994), Home Truths (1994), GMTV (1993, TV Show), The Hypnotic World of Paul McKenna (1993, TV Show), Smash Hits Poll Winners Party 1993 (1993, TV Movie), Michael Ball (1993, TV Show), Absolutely Fabulous (1992, TV Show), ITV Telethon (1992, TV Show), Kelly (1989, TV Show), Clive Anderson Talks Back (1989, TV Show), This Morning (1988, TV Show), French and Saunders (1987, TV Show), The Dame Edna Experience (1987, TV Show), The Last Resort with Jonathan Ross (1987, TV Show), A Royal Night of One Hundred Stars (1985, TV Show), Aspel & Company (1984, TV Show), Some You Win (1984, TV Show), Entertainment Express (1983, TV Show), Ready Steady Go, Volume 1 (1983), Forsyth’s Follies (1983), Wogan (1982, TV Show), Live from Her Majesty’s (1982, TV Show), The Keith Harris Show (1982, TV Show), The American Music Awards (1982, TV Movie), The Kenny Everett Television Show (1981, TV Show), Let’s Rock (1981, TV Show), Pop Quiz (1981, TV Show), An Audience with Dudley Moore (1981, TV Movie), Punchlines! (1981, TV Show), Summertime Special (1981), Children in Need (1980, TV Show), Lena (1980), Cannon & Ball (1979, TV Show), The Dick Emery Comedy Hour (1979, TV Movie), The Les Dawson Show (1978, TV Show), Seaside Special (1978, TV Show), Out with the Old, in with the New (1978, TV Movie), Blankety Blank (1977, TV Show), Get It Together (1977, TV Show), The Big Time (1976, TV Show), The Shirley Bassey Show (1976, TV Show), Summer Night Out (1976), Lulu (1975, TV Show), Shang-a-Lang (1975, TV Show), The Andy Stewart Show (1975, TV Show), The John Denver Show (1973, TV Show), Musikladen (1972, TV Show), Engelbert with the Young Generation (1972, TV Show), The Dave Cash Radio Show (1972, TV Show), Saturday Variety (1972, TV Show), 2Gs and the Pop People (1972, TV Show), Disco (1971, TV Show), Parkinson (1971, TV Show), Nana Mouskouri (1971, TV Show), Festival europäischer Schlager (1971, TV Movie), Lulus Party (1971, TV Movie), Rolf Harris Show (1971, TV Show), Tom Jones and the Stuff Dreams Are Made Of (1971), Film Night (1970, TV Show), The Ray Stevens Show (1970, TV Show), Get It Together (1970, TV Show), Tarbuck’s Luck (1970, TV Show), Monty Python’s Flying Circus (1969, TV Show), Music Scene (1969, TV Show), The David Frost Show (1969, TV Show), The Johnny Cash Show (1969, TV Show), This Is Tom Jones (1969, TV Show), The Engelbert Humperdinck Show (1969, TV Show), The John Davidson Show (1969, TV Show), The Eurovision Song Contest (1969, TV Show), Galas del sábado (1969, TV Show), With a Little Help from my Friends (1969, TV Movie), Pop Go the Sixties! (1969, TV Movie), The Basil Brush Show (1968, TV Show), The Morecambe & Wise Show (1968, TV Show), The Ugliest Girl in Town (1968, TV Show), Lulu’s Back in Town (1968, TV Show), The Harry Secombe Show (1968, TV Show), Operation: Entertainment (1968, TV Show), The Steve Allen Show (1968, TV Show), Hold On: It’s the Dave Clark Five (1968, TV Movie), Whistle Stop (1968), All Systems Freeman (1968), The Heart of Show Business (1967, TV Movie), Omnibus (1967, TV Show), The Joey Bishop Show (1967, TV Show), Dee Time (1967, TV Show), The Golden Shot (1967, TV Show), The Woody Woodbury Show (1967, TV Show), As You Like It (1967, TV Show), The Val Doonican Show (1967, TV Show), A Whole Scene Going (1966, TV Show), Tom Jones! (1966, TV Show), Dickie Valentine Show, The (1966, TV Show), David Nixon’s Comedy Bandbox (1966, TV Show), A Tale of Two Rivers (1966), Beat-Club (1965, TV Show), Gonks Go Beat (1965), The Music of Lennon & McCartney (1965, TV Show), Go-Go Bigbeat (1965, Short Film), Gadzooks! It’s All Happening (1965, TV Show), BBC Show of the Week (1965, TV Show), The British Song Festival (1965), ‘Die Drehscheibe’ (1964, TV Show), Shindig! (1964, TV Show), The Hollywood Palace (1964, TV Show), Top of the Pops (1964, TV Show), Blackpool Night Out (1964, TV Show), The Beat Room (1964, TV Show), The Cool Spot (1964, TV Show), Five O’Clock Club (1964, TV Show), Ready, Steady, Go! (1963, TV Show), The Late Late Show (1962, TV Show), Thank Your Lucky Stars (1961, TV Show), The Mike Douglas Show (1961, TV Show), Discs a Go-Go (1961, TV Show), Juke Box Jury (1959, TV Show), A Christmas Night with the Stars (1958, TV Show), Billy Cotton Band Show (1956, TV Show), The Ed Sullivan Show (1948, TV Show), Dawson and Friends (-, TV Show), It’s Lulu (-, TV Show), Showtime (-, TV Show), The Eamonn Andrews Show (-, TV Show), The Val Doonican Show (-, TV Show), Lonnie (-)
Lulu Quote: I have a crush on Steve Tyler. He’s funny, he rocks, and has a voice like a god. There is another one who I have discovered can sing. I should try and make an album with him… it’s Barack Obama! View More Lulu Quotes

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