Louise Ann Robey, Countess of Burford (born 14 March 1960) is a Canadian singer-songwriter, model, and actress.
Born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, Robey was educated throughout Europe and attended the Royal Ballet School. Discovered by French photographer Jacques Henri Lartigue while sunbathing in the French Riviera, Robey began modeling and appeared in Vogue. After moving to the United States in the early 1980s, she fronted the group Louise and the Creeps. The group soon broke up and in 1984, Robey landed a record deal.She recorded a self-titled album, which yielded a hit, a cover of Benny Andersson, Björn Ulvaeus and Tim Rice’s song from the musical Chess called “One Night in Bangkok”. The single peaked at #9 on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart.
Louise Robey may be best known to late night TV viewers as the star of the show “Friday The 13th – The Series” which ran for 70 episodes from 1987 to 1990.
Robey’s self-titled album in 1985 was mixed by Shep Pettibone and he also provided remixes on the 12″ singles for “One Night In Bangkok” , “Bored And Beautiful” and “Killer Instinct”
Killer Instinct (12″ Version) 6:35
Killer Instinct (Dub Mix) 6:35