|Lauren Wood Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 6 in|
Lauren Wood is an American singer, songwriter, voice-over artist, and producer who rose to fame when her single titled Fallen was featured in the 1990 film Pretty Woman. From there, she had gone to released several other tracks and albums such as Lauren Wood, Love, Death & Customer Service, Please Don’t Leave, and Contradictions.
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
Soft Rock, Romantic, Pop
Bad Art Records
Lauren has also released her music with various other albums including Warner Bros.
5 ft 6 in or 167.5 cm
57 kg or 125.5 lbs
Race / Ethnicity
- She sports a messy hairstyle and a pair of reading glasses.
- Thin eyebrows
Lauren Wood Favorite Things
- Quote From A Fan Of Hers – “Fallen stopped me in my tracks…but as I worked my way through her CD’s, I found it wasn’t about that one song as much as the artist. Her ability to crystallize a thought or emotion with notes and words, wrapped in a voice that can soar, turn to whiskey, then a whisper, is beyond simple musicianship. Lauren Wood’s work will change the way you listen to music.”
Source – LaurenWood.com
Lauren Wood Facts
- She was brought up in the United States.
- In 1979, she released her debut self-titled solo album.
- Lauren has written hit songs with various well-known singers and songwriters such as Gladys Knight and Phillip Bailey. On the other hand, Wood has written songs for various artists including Cher, Dusty Springfield, Johnny Mathis, Sammy (Van Halen) Hagar, Animotion, Larry Coryell, Warren Hill, Leo Sayer, Billy Preston, Nicolette Larson, Tiffany, Albert Hammond, and Presuntos Implicados to name a few.
- Her songs have been featured in several films and shows such as Police Academy, Days of Our Lives, and That’s Life.
- She has lent her vocals to various national brand commercials including Nike, Budweiser, Oldsmobile, 7-up, Cadillac, and Nintendo.
- Lauren has recorded voice-overs for animation and music for several TV shows and films, some of which include The Rugrats, Jackie Chan, The Tigger Movie, and Little Mermaid-II.
- She started her career in the mid-1960s with a band named Rebecca and the Sunnybrook Farmers.