Blondie

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Born: 11/30/1973 in New York, New York, USA

Filmography

Music (47)

Everybody Wants Some!! 2016 (Movie)

("Heart Of Glass") (Song Performer)

Black Mass 2015 (Movie)

("War Child") (Song Performer)

If I Stay 2014 (Movie)

("Picture This") (Song Performer)

The Skeleton Twins 2014 (Movie)

("Denis") (Song Performer)

CBGB 2013 (Movie)

("Denis") (Song Performer)

The Iceman 2013 (Movie)

("Heart Of Glass") (Song Performer)

Bridesmaids 2011 (Movie)

("Rip Her To Shreds") (Song Performer)

Shame 2011 (Movie)

("Rapture") (Song Performer)

Super 8 2011 (Movie)

("Heart Of Glass") (Song Performer)

The Spy Next Door 2010 (Movie)

("One Way Or Another") (Song Performer)

Zack and Miri Make a Porno 2008 (Movie)

("Dreaming") (Song Performer)

Gracie 2007 (Movie)

("Hanging On The Telephone") (Song Performer)

The Heartbreak Kid 2007 (Movie)

("Rapture") (Song Performer)

We Own the Night 2007 (Movie)

("Heart Of Glass") (Song Performer)

Mean Girls 2004 (Movie)

("One Way Or Another") (Song Performer)

New York Minute 2004 (Movie)

("One Way Or Another") (Song Performer)

Anger Management 2003 (Movie)

("Heart Of Glass") (Song Performer)

Bend It Like Beckham 2003 (Movie)

("Atomic") (Song Performer)

Glitter 2001 (Movie)

("Heart of Glass") (Song Performer)

Coyote Ugly 2000 (Movie)

("One Way or Another") (Song Performer)

The Big Tease 2000 (Movie)

("Out in the Streets") (Song Performer)

200 Cigarettes 1999 (Movie)

("Rapture" "In the Flesh" "Maria" "No Exit (the Loud Allstar Rock Remix)") (Song Performer)

Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo 1999 (Movie)

("Call Me") (Song Performer)

Slc Punk! 1999 (Movie)

("Dreaming") (Song Performer)

Blitzkrieg Bop 1998 (Movie)

("You Just Had to Laugh" "In the Flesh" "Rifle Range") (Song Performer)

Bride of Chucky 1998 (Movie)

("Call Me") (Song Performer)

The Last Days of Disco 1998 (Movie)

("Heart of Glass" "The Tide Is High") (Song Performer)

The Rugrats Movie 1998 (Movie)

("One Way or Another") (Song Performer)

Whatever 1998 (Movie)

songs (Song)

Whatever 1998 (Movie)

(Song Performer)

Beverly Hills Ninja 1997 (Movie)

("One Way or Another") (Song)

Donnie Brasco 1997 (Movie)

("One Way or Another" "Heart of Glass") (Song Performer)

One Night Stand 1997 (Movie)

("Heart of Glass") (Song Performer)

Due South 1995 - 1996 (Tv Show)

Performer

A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master 1988 (Movie)

("In the Flesh") (Song Performer)

My Best Friend Is a Vampire 1988 (Movie)

("One Way or Another") (Song Performer)

Summer School 1987 (Movie)

("Rapture") (Song Performer)

Wild Style 1983 (Movie)

("Pretty Baby" "Rapture") (Song Performer)

Endless Love 1981 (Movie)

("Heart of Glass") (Song Performer)

Just Before Dawn 1981 (Movie)

("Heart of Glass") (Song Performer)

Partners 1981 (Movie)

("Call Me") (Song Performer)

Party, Party 1981 (Movie)

("Heart of Glass") (Song Performer)

The Last American Virgin 1981 (Movie)

("In the Flesh") (Song Performer)

Little Darlings 1980 (Movie)

("One Way or Another") (Song Performer)

Roadie 1980 (Movie)

("Ring of Fire") (Song Performer)

The Bitch 1979 (Movie)

("Denee (Dennis)") (Song Performer)

The Blank Generation 1977 (Movie)

("Platinum Blonde" "He Left Me") (Song Performer)
Actor (16)

Behind the Music 1997 - 2014 (TV Show)

Actor

Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon 2014 (Movie)

Themselves (Actor)

The 8th Annual TV Land Awards 2009 - 2010 (TV Show)

Actor

Women Rock! 2004 - 2005 (TV Show)

Actor

Live by Request: Blondie 2003 - 2004 (TV Show)

Actor

VH1 Divas 2003 - 2004 (TV Show)

Actor

Reverb 1996 - 2002 (TV Show)

Actor

Hard Rock Live 1996 - 2000 (TV Show)

Actor

Blondie's Back Live in NYC '99 1998 - 1999 (TV Show)

Actor

The 26th Annual American Music Awards 1998 - 1999 (TV Show)

Performer

Blitzkrieg Bop 1998 (Movie)

(Actor)

Rock & Roll 1995 - 1996 (TV Show)

Actor

The Blank Generation 1977 (Movie)

(Actor)

Milestones

1999

Scored first UK No. 1 in more than a decade with "Maria"

1996

Stein and Harry reunite Blondie for live shows

1996

Inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

1982

Band dissolves

1980

"The Tide is High" and "Rapture" both reach No. 1

1980

"Call Me" earns Grammy nomination and another U.S No .1

1978

"Heart of Glass" becomes their first U.S. No 1 single

1978

"Denis" rises to No. 2 on the UK charts

1977

"In the Flesh" reaches No.1 in Australia

Known for such albums as "Parallel Lines" and "The Complete Picture"

Bonus Trivia

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Frank Infante and Nigel Harrison's relationship with the band was fraught with turmoil; Infante sued the group in 1980 for alleged lack of involvement in the recording of Autoamerican, and both sued the band to prevent them from touring and recording under the name Blondie in 1997. The first suit was settled out of court, while the second was found in favor of the band. In 2006, Infante and Harrison drew headlines for squabbling with Harry onstage during their induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The pair wanted to perform with Blondie during the ceremony, but were rejected by Harry.

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Blondie was the only American band to have No. 1 UK singles (and only one of two American bands to do so) in three different decades - "Heart of Glass" in the 1970s, "Call Me," "The Tide Is High" and "Rapture in the '80s and "Maria" in the '90s.

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Recorded a cover of "Ordinary Bummer" for We Will Fall: The Iggy Pop Tribute (1997) under the name Adolph's Dog.

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"For Your Eyes Only," a single featured on the 1982 album The Hunter, was commissioned as an intended title song for the James Bond film of the same name. The song was rejected and replaced by a single from Sheena Easton.

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The band's first taste of commercial success came in Australia, and has been largely credited to a mistake: the music video series "Countdown" played the video for "In the Flesh," the B-side for their current single "X -Offender," which was the video actually slated to be aired. Audiences responded positively to "Flesh," which helped to establish their fan base. Stein, Destri and Burke have all agreed that if "X-Offender" had been played, the response would have been different.

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Eight years before the release of Blondie's debut, Debbie Harry was one of two female singers in the Capitol Records psych-era signing The Wind in the Willows.

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