Sarah Brightman

Sarah Brightman

Highest Rated: 40% Repo! The Genetic Opera (2008)

Lowest Rated: 17% 1st Night (2010)

Birthday: Aug 14, 1960

Birthplace: Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, England, UK

The world's most successful classical crossover artist, Sarah Brightman first tasted stardom as lead singer for Hot Gossip who had a 1978 novelty hit, "I Lost My Heart to a Starship Trooper." After originating the role of Jemima in Andrew Lloyd Webber's "Cats," Brightman and Webber fell in love and were married. With their careers intertwined, Brightman scored a solo hit with Webber's "Pie Jesu" and then achieved musical theater stardom as Christine Daaé in his "The Phantom of the Opera." An unprecedented, never-to-be replicated global phenomenon, "Phantom" defined an era and, after she and Webber divorced, gave Brightman the ability to launch her own successful solo singing career. Blending opera, pop, dance, electronic and world music, Brightman became the world's biggest pop/opera diva with a string of hit albums, including Dive, Fly, Time to Say Goodbye, Eden, La Luna and Harem. Her duet with Andrea Bocelli, "Time to Say Goodbye (Con Te Partirò)," became an enduring hit, and Brightman built an international classical crossover empire with her successful albums, tours, DVDs and specials. Blessed with a piercingly pure voice able to scale immense heights, Sarah Brightman carved out her own unique place as a beloved global figure in the world's entertainment industry.

Highest rated movies

Repo! The Genetic Opera
1st Night

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Filmography

Movies

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17% 53% 1st Night Celia (Character) - 2010
40% 73% Repo! The Genetic Opera Blind Mag (Character) - 2008

TV

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No Score Yet No Score Yet Pop Life Guest 2019
No Score Yet No Score Yet q Guest 2019
No Score Yet 56% America's Got Talent Music Performer 2010