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Dana Fuchs

Dana Fuchs was born on January 10, 1976 in New Jersey, USA. She is known for her work on Across the Universe (2007), Sherrybaby (2006) and The Mortician (2011). See full bio »
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Across the Universe
Sherrybaby Music Department
The Mortician
Golden Eyes
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 2011 Golden Eyes (Short)
 2011/I The Mortician
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 2007 Across the Universe (featured vocalist)
 2006 Sherrybaby (musician: singer)
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 2007 Across the Universe (performer: "Helter Skelter", "Why Don't We Do It in the Road?", "Dear Prudence", "Because", "Oh! Darling", "Don't Let Me Down", "All You Need Is Love")
 2006 Sherrybaby (performer: "Some Kind of Heaven", "When I Find My Life")
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 2011 Golden Eyes (Short)
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 2008 The Making of 'Across the Universe' (Video documentary short)
 2005 Gonzo Music Diaries, NYC (Documentary)

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