Netflix Movies Starring Amanda Lear

Amanda Lear was born on June 18, 1939 in Saigon, French Cochinchina (Vietnam) as Alain Maurice Louis René Tap. Her father was of known Russian and allegedly French origins, and her mother of mixed Chinese and Vietnamese descent. She is a show-person who rose to fame in France on her gender-bending ambiguity, which Lear played up, such as by performing "I'm a MISTERy", purposely misspelling the title to tease her audiences. She is also known for her gravelly voice and her "Lily Marlène" song, which is tribute to Marlene Dietrich. Rather than a singer, she is considered a (provocative) performer of songs, and an occasional actress, known for Dallas Buyers Club (2013), Oliviero Rising (2007) and Loggerheads (1978). She was discovered by Salvador Dali, with whom she maintained a relationship since the late sixties, and was previously married to Alain-Philippe Malagnac d'Argens. Read more on iMDB