Annie Lennox was born on December 25, 1954 in Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, UK. She is a famous musician.
Biography and Career:
At the age of seventeen she was enrolled at the "Royal Academy Of Music" in London and she had attended the Aberdeen High School for Girls.
In the 80's she became member of "Eurythmics", an electronic pop duo, along David A. Stewart.
She was the lead singer and the band became very successful.
They won many awards, including the 1999 Brit Award for Outstanding Contribution.
After she left the band she became a solo artist and her talent and work were recognized with awards like the British Phonographic Industry Award for British Female Solo Artist in 1984 and 1986, the Brit Award for British Female Solo Artist in 1989, 1990, 1993 and 19
96, Brit Awards for British Album for "Diva" in 1993. On March 14, 1984 she married Radha Raman, but after one year the couple divorced.
Uri Fruchtmann is her second husband. They married on the 15th of July 1988 and in 2000 divorced. They have two children, Lola and Tali.
In 2004 she won a Golden Globe Award as Best Original Song - Motion Picture with "Into The West".
The years have passed but her talent remained. She is still a loved artist, a great singer and her fans are all over the world.
She is involved in charity actions and is a patron of the Master's Course in Humanitarian and Development Practice for Oxford Brookes University, Oxford.
- Height: 175 cm
- She has a 4 octave voice and is a vegetarian
- Saturday Night Live (2Â episodes, 1989-1992)
- Edward II (1991)
- Naissance d'un Golem (1991) (uncredited)
- Basements (1987) (TV)
- Revolution (1985)
- Nineteen Eighty-Four (1984) (uncredited)
- "There are two kinds of artists left: those who endorse Pepsi and those who simply won't."
- "What did you expect? I'm human; I feel what anybody else feels. There is a big difference between what I do onstage and what I do in my private life. I don't put my living room on magazine pages. I'm not intensely private - I talk a great deal about my life and my work - I just don't play the game to excess."
- "Historically, the image of women in pop music has been so totally ornamental - sexual, but predictably so. It's hard to tell how far women's individuality has come in the past twenty years. Certainly, if you look at the pop charts as a measuring stick, you'd think it hasn't come far at all. But women do feel less like victims now then they did twenty years ago. At heart I'm a feminist, but I'm also a feminist for men. Men should be liberated from the roles that are foisted on them also."
- "I love to be individual, to step beyond gender."
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