Amy Winehouse Ethnicity, Race, Religion and Nationality

Amy Jade Winehouse is popular with the name Amy Winehouse, born in Southgate, London, England, September 14, 1983. She is known as a singer, jazz musician, and songwriter. Related to his personal life, Winehouse married his girlfriend, Blake Fielder-Civil after several times having broken up. They married on May 18, 2007, in Miami, Florida. But this marriage cannot run well. Blake, who was in trouble and had to stay in jail, filed for divorce.

Although often behave poorly, such as the habit of smoking marijuana, Winehouse also has a soft instinct. The proof is he has a 12-year-old godson, Dionne Bromfield.

July 23, 2011, Winehouse, which for the past few years has been ‘fighting’ with alcohol and drug addiction, was discovered by paramedics at 4:15 a.m. local time after a telephone call from a woman asking for help. After the examination, the cause of death was still mentioned as ‘unclear’, although the police suspected that the cause was an overdose of drugs.


Her debut album was titled Frank (2003), which later was nominated for the Mercury Prize besides having won Ivor Novello Award (2004) through the debut single Stronger than Me.

In 2006, he also released her second album, Back to Black, and on February 14, 2007, he won the BRIT Award for Best British Female Artist from the album.

Not only talent in music, Winehouse secretly also harbored acting talent. In the near future, she will play in the film DANGEROUS MINDS produced by Universal Pictures.

Artists who often make this sensation are reported to have bought a new music studio in early 2010. Uniquely, the studio which he named Slammer Studios is facing the Pentoville Prison in northern London. Winehouse plans to write songs for her latest album there.

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