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Actor / Producer / writer
Diana Ernestine Roth (Diana Ernestine Earle Ross, March 26,1944) is an American singer and actress and the lead singer of the 1960s. After dropping out of the group in 1970, she began a career as a solo female singer, achieving great success in movies and Broadway theaters. She was nominated in 1972 for her role as the late singer Billie holiday in Lady Sings the Blues and won a Golden Globe in Academy Award for Best Actress. She has won American Music Awards and received 12 grammy nominations. In 1976, billboard magazine named her the best female artist of the decade. In 1977, she won a Tony Award for her solo drama, An Evening with Diana Ross.
Diana Ross is also one of the few artists in the Hollywood Walk of Fame to receive two star awards, one for her era and the other for being a member of the supremes. In December 2007, she was awarded the Kennedy Center Honors.
In 1993, Diana Ross was named best female vocalist for her contributions to the United States and the United Kingdom and for having the most hits on the charts, as well as a record breaking 18 times, guinness World Records has named Ross the most successful female vocalist in history. Worldwide, Roth has sold more than 100 million records.