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  <p class="text-left">Lesley Sue Goldstein known professionally as Lesley Gore, was an <strong>American singer, songwriter, actress, and activist</strong>. At the age of 16 (in 1963) she recorded the pop hit <strong>"It's My Party"</strong>, and followed it up with other hits including <strong>"Judy's Turn to Cry", "She's a Fool", "You Don't Own Me", "Maybe I Know" and "California Nights".</strong></p>
  <p>Gore also worked as an actress and composed songs with her brother, Michael Gore, for the 1980 film Fame, for which she was nominated for an Academy Award. She hosted an LGBT-oriented public television show, <strong>In the Life</strong>, on American TV in the 2000s, and was active until 2014.</p>
  <p>She was born Lesley Sue Goldstein in Brooklyn, New York City, into a Jewish family, the daughter of Leo and Ronny Gore. Her father was the owner of Peter Pan, a children's swimwear and underwear manufacturer, and later became a leading brand licensing agent in the apparel industry. She was raised in Tenafly, New Jersey,and was a junior at the Dwight School for Girls in nearby Englewood when she recorded her 1963 cover of <strong>"It's My Party" with Quincy Jones and it became a number-one, nationwide hit.</strong> Gore's version sold over one million copies and was certified as a gold record. It also marked the beginning of a time when fans would show up on her front lawn.<p>
  
  <h3>Here's a time line of Lesley Gore's life:</h3>
  <li><strong>1946</strong> Born in Brooklyn, New York City</li>
  <li><strong>1963–1979</strong> Commercial success</li>
  <li><strong>1980–2015</strong> Career as a composer and Ever Since</li>
  <li><strong>2015</strong> Died </li>
  
  <h3>Discography</h3>
  <li><strong>1963</strong> I'll Cry If I Want to</li>
  <li><strong>1963</strong> Lesley Gore Sings of Mixed-Up Hearts</li>
  <li><strong>1964</strong> Boys, Boys, Boys</li>
  <li><strong>1964</strong> Girl Talk</li>
  <li><strong>1965</strong> My Town, My Guy & Me</li>
  <li><strong>1966</strong> Lesley Gore Sings All About Love</li>
  <li><strong>1967</strong> Off and Running</li>
  <li><strong>1967</strong> California Nights</li>
  <li><strong>1967</strong> Magic Colors</li>
  <li><strong>1972</strong> Someplace Else Now</li>
  <li><strong>1975</strong> Love Me by Name</li>
  <li><strong>1982</strong> The Canvas Can Do Miracles</li>
  <li><strong>2005</strong> Ever Since</li>
  
  <h3>Filmography</h3>
  <li><strong>1964</strong>	The T.A.M.I Show</li>
  <li><strong>1965</strong>	The Girls on the Beach</li>
  <li><strong>1965</strong>	Ski Party</li>
  <li><strong>1968</strong>	The Pied Piper of Astroworld</li>
  <li><strong>1977</strong>	Good Old Days</li>
  <li><strong>1985</strong>	Good Time Rock 'n' Roll</li>
  <li><strong>1986</strong>	Deja View</li>
  <li><strong>1988</strong>	Legendary Ladies of Rock & Roll</li>
  <li><strong>1990</strong>	Listen Up: The Lives of Quincy Jones</li>
  <li><strong>1991</strong>	Golden Age of Rock 'n' Roll</li>
  <li><strong>1992</strong>	In the Life</li>
  <li><strong>1998</strong>	Quincy Jones... The First 50 Years</li>
  <li><strong>2000</strong>	Hollywood Rocks the Movies: The Early Years (1955-1970</li>
  <li><strong>2003</strong>	Rock at Fifty</li>
  <li><strong>2008</strong>	An Evening with Quincy Jones</li>
  <li><strong>2008</strong>	Airplay: The Rise and Fall of Rock Radio</li>
  
  <h3>Television</h3>
  <li><strong>1960</strong>	Club 1270</li>
  <li><strong>1963</strong>	The Keefe Brasselle Show</li>
  <li><strong>1963</strong>	American Bandstand</li>
  <li><strong>1963–1964</strong>	Thank Your Lucky Stars</li>
  <li><strong>1963–1970</strong>	The Ed Sullivan Show</li>
  <li><strong>1963–1975</strong>	New American Bandstand 1965</li>
  <li><strong>1964</strong>	The Beat Room</li>
  <li><strong>1964</strong>	The Lloyd Thaxton Show</li>
  <li><strong>1965</strong>	Fanfare</li>
  <li><strong>1965</strong>	Hollywood A Go-Go</li>
  <li><strong>1965–1966</strong>	Hullabaloo</li>
  <li><strong>1965–1970</strong> Merv Griffin Show</li>
  <li><strong>1965–1971</strong>	The Mike Douglas Show</li>
  <li><strong>1965</strong>	Shivaree</li>
  <li><strong>1966</strong>	The Andy Williams Show</li>
  <li><strong>1966</strong>	The Donna Reed Show</li>
  <li><strong>1966</strong>	Where the Action Is</li>
  <li><strong>1967</strong>	The Match Game</li>
  <li><strong>1967</strong>	Batman</li>
  <li><strong>1967</strong> Dream Girl of '67</li>
    <li><strong>1967</strong>	Binnen en Buiten</li>
    <li><strong>1967–1968</strong>	The Joey Bishop Show</li>
    <li><strong>1968</strong>	Happening '68</li>
    <li><strong>1969–1970</strong>	Della</li>
    <li><strong>1970</strong>	Playboy After Dark</li>
  <li><strong>1970–1971</strong>	The Rolf Harris Show</li>
  <li><strong>1970</strong>	The Dick Cavett Show</li>
  <li><strong>1971</strong>	The Virginia Graham Show</li>
  <li><strong>1975–1976</strong>	The Midnight Special</li>
  <li><strong>1976</strong>	Dinah!</li>
  <li><strong>1977</strong>	Sha Na Na</li>
  <li><strong>1977</strong>	$20,000 Pyramid</li>
  <li><strong>1970</strong>	Our Time</li>
  <li><strong>1982–1983</strong>	All My Children</li>
  <li><strong>1998</strong>	Murphy Brown</li>
  <li><strong>1998</strong>	A Capitol Fourth</li>
  <li><strong>2001</strong>	Walk on By: The Story of Popular Song</li>
  <li><strong>2001</strong>	Biography</li>
  <li><strong>2002</strong>	Hollywood Squares	Herself	Recurring guest; 2 episodes
  <li><strong>2005</strong>	Party Planner with David Tutera</li>
  <li><strong>2006</strong>	In the Life</li>
  <li><strong>2007</strong>	TV Land Confidential</li>
  <li><strong>Unknown</strong>	What's My Line?</li>
  <li><strong>Unknown</strong>	Days of Our Lives</li>
  <li><strong>Unknown</strong> Gay USA</li>
  
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  <h5>If you have time, you should read more about this incredible human being on her <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lesley_Gore"target="blank">Wikipedia </a> entry.</h5>

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