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Birthname: Donna Zukor
Nationality: American
Born: Mar 07 1947


Biography

On March 7, 1947, in Boston, Massachusetts, a 1960’s icon was born. A multi-dimensional star, excelling at the 3M’s of Hollywood--music, movies, and modeling--Donna Loren’s name is synonymous with the Swinging 60’s era of music, motion pictures, television, and fashion.

Donna began her singing career at the early age of five, when she won second prize on an amateur show. This began the momentum for the next eleven years, when she appeared on shows including Playhouse 90 and a radio program, Squeakin’ Deacon. At age 8, she sang her first commercial for Meadow Gold Ice Cream. By nine, she ... Read more

On March 7, 1947, in Boston, Massachusetts, a 1960’s icon was born. A multi-dimensional star, excelling at the 3M’s of Hollywood--music, movies, and modeling--Donna Loren’s name is synonymous with the Swinging 60’s era of music, motion pictures, television, and fashion.

Donna began her singing career at the early age of five, when she won second prize on an amateur show. This began the momentum for the next eleven years, when she appeared on shows including Playhouse 90 and a radio program, Squeakin’ Deacon. At age 8, she sang her first commercial for Meadow Gold Ice Cream. By nine, she had cut her first record, “I Think It’s Almost Christmas Time,” and by the age of ten, she appeared on The Mickey Mouse Club TV Show.

Donna’s popularity heightened in 1963 when, at the age of sixteen, she was selected to be the first and only “Dr Pepper Girl.” She promoted the soft-drink company for five years on the radio, in a huge billboard campaign, magazines and personal appearances. One could not pass through any city without seeing the captivating image of the young beauty gracing the streets.

Her big break catapulted her to bigger screens, namely five prominent singing/acting roles in popular teen motion pictures including Bikini Beach, Muscle Beach Party, Pajama Party, Sergeant Deadhead, and Beach Blanket Bingo alongside Frankie Avalon, Annette Funicello, Tommy Kirk, Deborah Walley and many other popular stars.

Donna also appeared on numerous iconic television shows throughout the sixties, including roles in Batman, The Monkees, The Red Skelton Show, Gomer Pyle, Dr. Kildare and Hollywood Squares. She was also the featured female vocalist on the wildly popular weekly ABC show Shindig. After Shindig, Donna appeared with Bobby Rydell as a regular on The Milton Berle Show. By the end of the swinging decade, Donna had released 20 singles and the LP soundtrack from “Beach Blanket Bingo”. A CD entitled “The Very Best of Donna Loren: Beach Blanket Bingo” was released by Collectables Records in 2000.

In 1968, she was chosen by Danny Thomas and Aaron Spelling to have her own television series entitled, Two for Penny. However, at the height of her career, Donna decided to retire from show business, get married, and devote her energies to raising a family.

Throughout her entire Hollywood career, Donna Loren designed and created her own clothing. In 1963 she did a commercial for the Simplicity Pattern Company, a premonition of her successful future as a celebrity fashion designer. From 1997 to 2007, her “passion for fashion” resulted in her own line of clothing and three successful boutiques under the ADASA name in Hawaii. Reintroducing the 1960’s fun style of clothing, Donna married French imported textiles with a fashionable tropical flair.

In re-launching her career, Donna has been recording new material as well as compiling never-before-released vintage tracks. A CD with 11 of the best tracks Donna recorded in the 80’s with James Burton and the TCB (Elvis) Band was released in 2009. "Love It Away", her first all-new album in decades, was released in 2010. The single, Love It Away (Remix) charted at #15 on the FMQB AC chart for the week of 7/13/10 and finished at #40 on the 2010 Year-End chart. For Holiday, Donna has released a 4-song EP entitled "Donna Does Elvis in Hawaii" consisting of four songs recorded previously by Elvis including her Holiday single, "Merry Christmas Baby", which charted at #41 on the FMQB AC chart for week of 12/7/10.

More info: www.donnaloren.net

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

On March 7, 1947, in Boston, Massachusetts, a 1960’s icon was born. A multi-dimensional star, excelling at the 3M’s of Hollywood--music, movies, and modeling--Donna Loren’s name is synonymous with the Swinging 60’s era of music, motion pictures, television, and fashion.

Donna began her singing career at the early age of five, when she won second prize on an amateur show. This began the momentum for the next eleven years, when she appeared on shows including Playhouse 90 and a radio program, Squeakin’ Deacon. At age 8, she sang her first commercial for Meadow Gold Ice Cream. By nine, she had cut her first record, “I Think It’s Almost Christmas Time,” and by the age of ten, she appeared on The Mickey Mouse Club TV Show.

Donna’s popularity heightened in 1963 when, at the age of sixteen, she was selected to be the first and only “Dr Pepper Girl.” She promoted the soft-drink company for five years on the radio, in a huge billboard campaign, magazines and personal appearances. One could not pass through any city without seeing the captivating image of the young beauty gracing the streets.

Her big break catapulted her to bigger screens, namely five prominent singing/acting roles in popular teen motion pictures including Bikini Beach, Muscle Beach Party, Pajama Party, Sergeant Deadhead, and Beach Blanket Bingo alongside Frankie Avalon, Annette Funicello, Tommy Kirk, Deborah Walley and many other popular stars.

Donna also appeared on numerous iconic television shows throughout the sixties, including roles in Batman, The Monkees, The Red Skelton Show, Gomer Pyle, Dr. Kildare and Hollywood Squares. She was also the featured female vocalist on the wildly popular weekly ABC show Shindig. After Shindig, Donna appeared with Bobby Rydell as a regular on The Milton Berle Show. By the end of the swinging decade, Donna had released 20 singles and the LP soundtrack from “Beach Blanket Bingo”. A CD entitled “The Very Best of Donna Loren: Beach Blanket Bingo” was released by Collectables Records in 2000.

In 1968, she was chosen by Danny Thomas and Aaron Spelling to have her own television series entitled, Two for Penny. However, at the height of her career, Donna decided to retire from show business, get married, and devote her energies to raising a family.

Throughout her entire Hollywood career, Donna Loren designed and created her own clothing. In 1963 she did a commercial for the Simplicity Pattern Company, a premonition of her successful future as a celebrity fashion designer. From 1997 to 2007, her “passion for fashion” resulted in her own line of clothing and three successful boutiques under the ADASA name in Hawaii. Reintroducing the 1960’s fun style of clothing, Donna married French imported textiles with a fashionable tropical flair.

In re-launching her career, Donna has been recording new material as well as compiling never-before-released vintage tracks. A CD with 11 of the best tracks Donna recorded in the 80’s with James Burton and the TCB (Elvis) Band was released in 2009. "Love It Away", her first all-new album in decades, was released in 2010. The single, Love It Away (Remix) charted at #15 on the FMQB AC chart for the week of 7/13/10 and finished at #40 on the 2010 Year-End chart. For Holiday, Donna has released a 4-song EP entitled "Donna Does Elvis in Hawaii" consisting of four songs recorded previously by Elvis including her Holiday single, "Merry Christmas Baby", which charted at #41 on the FMQB AC chart for week of 12/7/10.

More info: www.donnaloren.net

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

On March 7, 1947, in Boston, Massachusetts, a 1960’s icon was born. A multi-dimensional star, excelling at the 3M’s of Hollywood--music, movies, and modeling--Donna Loren’s name is synonymous with the Swinging 60’s era of music, motion pictures, television, and fashion.

Donna began her singing career at the early age of five, when she won second prize on an amateur show. This began the momentum for the next eleven years, when she appeared on shows including Playhouse 90 and a radio program, Squeakin’ Deacon. At age 8, she sang her first commercial for Meadow Gold Ice Cream. By nine, she had cut her first record, “I Think It’s Almost Christmas Time,” and by the age of ten, she appeared on The Mickey Mouse Club TV Show.

Donna’s popularity heightened in 1963 when, at the age of sixteen, she was selected to be the first and only “Dr Pepper Girl.” She promoted the soft-drink company for five years on the radio, in a huge billboard campaign, magazines and personal appearances. One could not pass through any city without seeing the captivating image of the young beauty gracing the streets.

Her big break catapulted her to bigger screens, namely five prominent singing/acting roles in popular teen motion pictures including Bikini Beach, Muscle Beach Party, Pajama Party, Sergeant Deadhead, and Beach Blanket Bingo alongside Frankie Avalon, Annette Funicello, Tommy Kirk, Deborah Walley and many other popular stars.

Donna also appeared on numerous iconic television shows throughout the sixties, including roles in Batman, The Monkees, The Red Skelton Show, Gomer Pyle, Dr. Kildare and Hollywood Squares. She was also the featured female vocalist on the wildly popular weekly ABC show Shindig. After Shindig, Donna appeared with Bobby Rydell as a regular on The Milton Berle Show. By the end of the swinging decade, Donna had released 20 singles and the LP soundtrack from “Beach Blanket Bingo”. A CD entitled “The Very Best of Donna Loren: Beach Blanket Bingo” was released by Collectables Records in 2000.

In 1968, she was chosen by Danny Thomas and Aaron Spelling to have her own television series entitled, Two for Penny. However, at the height of her career, Donna decided to retire from show business, get married, and devote her energies to raising a family.

Throughout her entire Hollywood career, Donna Loren designed and created her own clothing. In 1963 she did a commercial for the Simplicity Pattern Company, a premonition of her successful future as a celebrity fashion designer. From 1997 to 2007, her “passion for fashion” resulted in her own line of clothing and three successful boutiques under the ADASA name in Hawaii. Reintroducing the 1960’s fun style of clothing, Donna married French imported textiles with a fashionable tropical flair.

In re-launching her career, Donna has been recording new material as well as compiling never-before-released vintage tracks. A CD with 11 of the best tracks Donna recorded in the 80’s with James Burton and the TCB (Elvis) Band was released in 2009. "Love It Away", her first all-new album in decades, was released in 2010. The single, Love It Away (Remix) charted at #15 on the FMQB AC chart for the week of 7/13/10 and finished at #40 on the 2010 Year-End chart. For Holiday, Donna has released a 4-song EP entitled "Donna Does Elvis in Hawaii" consisting of four songs recorded previously by Elvis including her Holiday single, "Merry Christmas Baby", which charted at #41 on the FMQB AC chart for week of 12/7/10.

More info: www.donnaloren.net

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

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