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Connie Stevens (Born in 1938 – Brooklyn)

Since she had grown up in a family of musicians, Connie Stevens would become one too. When she started her career, it was through the film “Young and Dangerous,” and she also took part in a musical comedy called “Rock-A-Bye Baby.”

The bread and butter of Stevens are her songs, like “Sixteen Reasons,” “Why Do I Cry for Joey,” and “Too Young To Go Steady.” Her daughter, Joely Fisher, has credited her mom for her career and had even done an interview with Fox News in 2022 about forgiving her late singer dad Eddie Fisher.