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Also known as  Gene Hunt
Name  Eugene Wolfgramm
Origin  Tonga
Siblings  Elizabeth Wolfgramm
Years active  1985-Present
Associated acts  The Jets

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Birth name  Eugene Joseph Wolfgramm
Born  September 24, 1967 (age 48) (1967-09-24)
People also search for  Eddie Wolfgramm, LeRoy Wolfgramm
Albums  The Best of The Jets, Magic, Believe, The Jets, Love Will Lead the Way

Music group  The Jets (Since 1985)

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Eugene Joseph Wolfgramm (a.k.a. Gene Hunt), born September 24, 1967, is a founding member of the Minneapolis-based group The Jets. Like the other Wolfgramms, Eugene is a Mormon.


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Eugene is one of nineteen siblings in the Wolfgramm family, eight of whom were originally in The Jets. Eugene was featured on the first two Jets albums (1985's The Jets, 1986's Christmas with The Jets, and was featured in the single and music video to 1987's "Cross My Broken Heart" from the Beverly Hills Cop II soundtrack, but left the group in 1987 to form the duo Boys Club, with Joe Pasquale. Boys Club were arguably known as Minneapolis' version of WHAM!. In 1990, Eugene reunited with his siblings to record four new tracks featured on The Best of The Jets (1990) and was featured on the album cover and inside sleeve. Eugene (under the alias Gene Hunt) also shared co-writing credit on The Jets' song "Do You Remember," featured on the album Believe (1989). The Jets younger siblings, have a group out now called A.T.S. (Against The Season).


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