Annie Lennox Ethnicity, Race, Religion and Nationality

Annie Lennox, born in Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, December 25, 1954. She is a singer, songwriter, who is also an actress. Her hit song is Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This) which she sang when she was still a member of the Eurythmics pop duo with David A. Stewart in the 1980s.
Previously Annie had also been a vocalist for the music group The Tourists, along with Peet Coombes and also David A. Stewart.

Annie had a solo career since 1988, with the release of the song Put a Little Love in Your Heart, which also became the soundtrack of the SCROOGED comedy. After the single, she released albums DIVA (1992), MEDUSA (1995), BARE (2003) and SONGS OF MASS DESTRUCTION (2007) respectively.

While in the course of her life, this blonde-haired singer has been married twice. Her first husband Radha Raman, who married her on March 14, 1984, but eventually divorced in February 1985. She later remarried with director and producer Uri Fruchtmann in 1985, but later returned to divorce in 2000.

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