Marianne Faithfull

Marianne Faithful
Marianne Faithful

Marianne Faithful has had a career in music that spans 45 years.   She has on occasion acted in film.   She was born in Hampstead, London in 1946.   She began singing in London coffee houses and had a major hit with her first recording “As Tears Go By”.   Her relationship with Mick Jagger is reflected in song of the Rolling Stone’s songs including “Sympathy for the Devil”.   Her film debut came in 1967 with “I’ll Never Forget What’s His Name” and then in 1968 she starred with Alain Delon in “Girl on a Motorcycle”.   She was Ophelia in “Hamlet” with Nicol Williamson.   She thne seemed to concentrate on her recording career with occasional acting appearances on television.   Her next film came in 1995 with “Moondance”.   Marianne Faithful has lived in Ireland for many years.  Her website can be accessed here.

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