Denise Lor

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Lor in 1953.

Denise Lor (born Denise Jeanne Briault[1] May 3, 1929) is an American popular singer and actress.

She was a featured artist on Garry Moore's television show. Ms. Lor was married to and subsequently divorced from TV director and singer Jay Martin, with whom she had sons, Ron and Dennis. They had met when she was singing on The Garry Moore Show at CBS, where he was an associate director. She subsequently married writer Charles Horine (Chuck Horner).

Her main hit was "If I Give My Heart to You," which charted in 1954 at the same time as another recording of the same song by Doris Day.

In 1951 she appeared in the short-lived Variety Seven at Eleven.

She has appeared in numerous musical comedies including Gypsy, Annie and Sweeney Todd.

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  1. ^ Aulis, Gwen (June 1953). "Lucky, Lucky -- That's Me". Radio-TV Mirror 40 (1): 51, 89. Retrieved 29 November 2014. 

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