Heather Small

Birth Day January 25th, 1965
Birth Place West London, England
Age 59 Years Old
Zodiac Sign Aquarius

Talented English singer, Heather Small is famous for being the lead singer of the band 'M People' as well as for appearing on the BBC TV show, "Strictly Come Dancing". She recorded the song "Proud," which was featured as the theme song for "Queer As Folk". She became the lead singer of Hot House while she was still a teenager, which was not that successful. 

Heather Small performed live at Eliot Kennedy's 50th Birthday Celebration concert

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Heather released her debut solo album "Proud" in 2000 whereas she celebrated 25 years of singing in 2018. She was the studio singer voice of the re-recorded version of UK number 1 single "Ride on Time" from Italo house band Black Box. She was occasionally seen on various TV programs such as "Parkinson" and "Songs of Praise". She also sang three songs at the Tsunami Relief Concert at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff. Previously, she worked for the Wandsworth council for two years. She performed at the Visa London 2012 Party to celebrate the handover as host city of the Olympic Games from Beijing, China, to London on 24th August 2008. In addition, Small starred at the 2012 Pride of Britain Awards singing "Proud" as a tribute to the athletes of the London 2012 Olympic Game on 29th October 2012.

Early Life

Heather Small's date of birth is 20th January 1965 and her birthplace is in West London, England. She holds British nationality and her ethnic background is British-African making her the race of black. Zodiac sign by Aquarius, Heather follows Christian religion. She celebrated her 56th birthday in the January of 2021. 

Talking about Heather's parents, her father was a bus conductor from Barbados, and her mother was a waitress, who lived in Ladbroke Grove in West London. Badly, her parents divorced, after which she did not have much to do with her father.


  • Heather Small released her debut solo album "Proud" in 2000 whereas she released a new single, "Radio On", in the UK on 17th July 2006. 
  • She was one of the sixteen celebrities in the sixth series of BBC's "Strictly Come Dancing" in 2008.
  • She celebrated 25 years of singing in 2018 as well as she planned a tour to celebrate her music and that of M People in the following year and toured around the UK.
  • Heather was on tour from 10th April to 26th April 2019.
  • She recently took part in the BBC's Camino de Santiago pilgrimage alongside Neil Morrissey, Debbie McGee, Kate Bottley, JJ Chalmers, Ed Byrne, and Raphael Rowe and performed a number of tours across the UK.

Heather Small will be the guest judge on the TV show 'I Can See Your Voice'

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Personal Life

Heather Small is a married woman. She tied a knot with her handsome husband David Neita in 2012. Concerning her sexual orientation, she is straight.

Heather Small and her husband, David Neita

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Small was blessed with a son, named James, from a previous relationship with rugby union coach Shaun Edwards. Small is also active in supporting several charities, such as "BeatBullying", the Aiden Cox Foundation, Mencap.  She attended an anti-racism ceremony at 10 Downing Street for "Show Racism The Red Card", attended by Sporting Elite, the Prime Minister, and others.

Net Worth

The net worth of soul singer Heather Small is $5 million as of 2021 whereas her annual salary is also in thousands of dollars. She has not done any endorsement work yet. Her major source of income is from her singing career. Besides, she has also become an ambassador of Asthma UK, as she suffered from asthma as a child.


  • 2000 - "Proud"
  • 2006 - "Close to a Miracle"

Heather released her debut solo album 'Proud' in 2000

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  • 2000 - "Proud", Holding On", "You Need Love Like I Do"
  • 2005 - "Proud" (re-release)
  • 2006 - "Radio On", "Close to a Miracle"

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