- First appeared on the radio in 1942 when the producer of the It's All Yours radio show asked if anyone wanted to sing a song to entertain the troops.
- Was asked to sing at the national victory celebration in Trafalgar Square, London, England to mark the end of World War II.
- Released her first single, "Put Your Shoes On, Lucy," in 1947.
- Her 1964 single "Downtown" went to number one on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100.
- Made her Broadway debut in Blood Brothers in 1994, opposite David and Shaun Cassidy, and later reprised her role in the U.S. tour.
- Made a Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in 1998.
- Her recording of "Downtown" was inducted into the Grammy Hall Fame in 2003.
- 1964, Grammy — Best Rock & Roll Recording: Winner
- 1969, Golden Globe — Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy: Nominee
- 1965, Grammy — Best Contemporary (R&R) Performance - Group (Vocal Or Instrumental): Winner
- Barbara — Daughter
- Patrick — Son
- Joe "Mr Piano" Henderson — Ex-significant Other
- Doris Clark — Mother
- Leslie Norman Clark — Father
- Claude Wolff — Husband
- Catherine — Daughter
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