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Fud Leclerc

Name:Fernand Urbain Dominic Leclercq
Born:1924
Nationality:Belgian
   
National Finals:Belgian National Final 1962, 1960, 1958
ESC Entries:Ton nom (1962)
Mon amour pour toi (1960)
Ma petite chatte (1958)
Messieurs les noyés de la Seine (1956)
   
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Biography

Fud Leclerc was a Belgian singer and musician. He owes his stage name Fud to his three first names, Ferdinand Urbain Dominic. He represented Belgium in the Eurovision Song Contest 4 times; in 1956, 1958, 1960 and in 1962.  Leclerc had a career as a pianist, accordionist, songwriter and singer before retiring to travel the world. As a pianist Leclerc guided Juliette Gréco. In the 1960s he participated in various television programs in Belgium and Germany, . He also acted, as himself, in the television series “So viel schwung”. On his return to Belgium he began a new career as a building contractor. Leclerc was invited to ESC 2005 by the Belgian TV network RTBF as a guest star.
Fud Leclerc died on September 20, 2010, aged 85/86

Entries

Country:Belgium
Year:1962
Language:French
   
Artist:Fud Leclerc
Song:Ton nom
Lyrics:Tony Golan
Composer(s):Eric Channe
Conductor:Henri Segers
   
Backings:
Results 
Points:0
Position:13
Running order:2
Country:Belgium
Year:1960
Language:French
   
Artist:Fud Leclerc
Song:Mon amour pour toi
Lyrics:Robert Montal
Composer(s):Jack Say
Conductor:Henri Segers
   
Backings:
Results 
Points:9
Position:6
Running order:5
Country:Belgium
Year:1958
Language:French
   
Artist:Fud Leclerc
Song:Ma petite chatte
Lyrics:André Dohet
Composer(s):André Dohet
   
Backings:
   
Results 
Points: 8
Position: 5
Running order:7
   
  
   
   
   
Country:Belgium
Year:1956
Language:French
   
Artist:Fud Leclerc
Song:Messieurs les noyés de la Seine
Lyrics:Robert Montal
Composer(s):

Jean Miret
Jack Say

Conductor:Léo Souris
   
Backings: 
Results 
Points:Secret Voting
Position: 
Running order:3
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