Lord David Dundas
Dundas was born as the son of Lawrence Dundas, 3rd Marquess of Zetland. In his youth he made a drama school and was briefly a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company. Between 1968 and 1975, he had guest roles in several British television series and in two feature films, including The pill was to blame for everything with David Niven and Deborah Kerr in the lead roles. Mid-1970s, Dundas began composing jingles for television commercials. His title for the brand Brutus Jeans On Jeans became an unexpected international hit, who led the hit parade in December 1976 in Germany. In other European countries, the single reached the top ten rankings, and in January 1977 she entered the Top 20 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the United States.
His next single, Another Funny Honeymoon, was able to indeed place in Germany and Austria in the top ten, but the success of the first single he could not repeat. As a result, Dundas worked as a composer on films and television series, 1986, he spoke one of the roles in the animated movie When the Wind Blows ( When the Wind Blows ). 1993 published The cashier an interpretation of jeans on under the title Dr. Martens. 1999 used a sample of Fatboy Slim Jeans On for his title Sho Nuff, Keith Urban in 2002 took on a cover.
Dundas settled after 24 years divorced his first wife in 1995 and is married for the second time since 1997, he has three children.