Quick Facts Of Helen Reddy

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Helen Reddy

Helen Maxine Reddy famed as Helen Reddy is an Australian singer, songwriter, and actress. She is often referred to as the "Queen of '70s Pop". She began performing at the age of four at the Tivoli Theatre in Perth, Australia, touring much of her native country with her parents. Her musical style is best described as a light amalgam of rhythm and blues, easy rock, and jazz. Her soothing, quivery vocals and equally warm appeal were instantly embraced, eventually earning her own Australian radio show. She made her debut singles "One Way Ticket" and "I Believe in Music" in 1968 and 1970. The #1 Grammy-winning "I Am Woman" became not only the anthem of the feminist movement during the radical 1970s but also the signature song for its lovely, crop-haired, reddish-haired composer and singer Helen Reddy. Her hits are "Angie Baby" and "No Way to Treat a Lady". In the United States, she had fifteen singles in the Top 40 of the Billboard Hot 100. In the year 1974, at the inaugural American Music Awards, she won the award for Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist.

Personal Details

Real Name Helen Maxine Lamond Reddy
Nationality Australian
Place Of Birth Melbourne
Birth Nation Australia
Ethnicity Mixed
Race White
Religion Judaism
Horoscope Scorpio
Awards Grammy Award for "I Am Woman"

Family Details

Father Maxwell David Reddy
Mother Stella Campbell
Siblings 1
Sisters Toni Lamond (Half sister)

Marital Status

Marital Status Married
Sexual Orientation Straight
Husband Kenneth Claude Weate, Jeff Wald, Milton Ruth
Children Traci, Jordan

Education Details

Education Tintern Grammar

Body Statistics

Hair Color Blonde
Height 1.6m
Body Build/Type Slim
Eye Color Blue

Net Worth & Salary

Net Worth $3 Million
Source of Wealth Singing Career

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