Lee Chamberlin (born Alverta La Pallo; February 14, 1938 – May 25, 2014) was an American theatrical, film and television actress. She studied at NYU and The Sorbonne in Paris, France receiving honors for her mastery of French grammar both written and oral. She perfected her study of the craft of acting at HB Studios in New York and studied with Uta Hagen. She attended grammar school at Convent of the Sacred Heart School in Harlem.
Lee began her career on stage in "Slave ship" written by LeRoi Jones who would later be known as Amiri Baraka in 1968. "Do Your Own Thing" a musical loosely based on Shakespeare and "The Believers." She was cast as Cordelia to James Earl Jones King Lear in 1974 at Joseph Papp's Shakespeare in the Park Festival in New York City's Delacorte Theatre. The production also featured Raoul Julia, Ellen Holly, Rosalind Cash and Paul Sorvino. Later Chamberlin went to to win half a dozen AUDELCO Awards for Excellence in Black Theat…
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I have chosen my Three favorite songs from each of Wendy's albums. It was hard choosing, because all of the music is excellent, but I think I made good choices.
Wendy Moten (1992)
Whatever It Takes
So Close to Love
Time For Change (1995)
Hear the Angels Cry
Time for Change
All That my Heart can Hold
Life's What You Make It (1996)
It's Over Now
If You Don't Love Me
People Got to be Free
Tis The Season (2009)
Little Dummer Boy
Angels We Have Heard on High
We Three Kings
Timeless: Wendy Moten Sings Richard Whiting (2014)
Too Marvelous for Words
When Did You Leave Heaven
Honorable mentions ( either singles or collaborations)
Who Will the Next Fool Be (feat. Wendy Moten) w/Dual Drive Album : The Memphis ProjectStill its You duet with Phil Perry (Theme from Mr. Wonderful) Whatever You Imagine (PageMaster soundtrack) Don't Go w/ Michael Lington In Your Eyes w/ Shelia Houston Without You w/Michael J. Thomas All I do w/ Kirk Whalum She also did the backgroun…
Last Night I attended the album release party for my good friend Wendy Moten at the Staxx Museum in Memphis.
Her new cd is available on iTunes and Amazon.
The cd is absolutley Fantastic. Please check it out.
Her official website is www.wendymoten.com
Timeless Wendy Moten Sings Richard Whiting
Track Listing 1. My Ideal (featuring Dave Koz) 2. Miss Brown To You 3. When Did You Leave Heaven? 4. He's Funny That Way 5. Too Marvelous For Words (featuring Paul Brown) 6. Guilty 7. I Wanna Go Places And Do Things 8. I Can't Escape From You 9. True Blue Lou 10. It's A Long Time Between Kisses