Nia Peeples

Other names of Nia Peeples: Virenia Gwendolyn Peeples

Born on December 10, 1961, in California, U.S, Virenia Gwendolyn Peeples is an American move music vocalist, on-screen character and R&B. She is the daughter of Robert Eugene Peeples and Elizabeth Joan, a flamenco artist and brought up in West Covina. Her maternal grandparents were settlers from the Philippines and were of German, Filipino, French and Spanish descent.

Her dad, who was initially from Mississippi, was of Italian, Scots-Irish, Native American and English ancestry. Peeples went to UCLA amid which time she executed as Liberace's opening demonstration on weekends in Las Vegas. Peeples began her vocation as a member of the dancing group named The Young Americans. In 1988, she hit first on the Hot Dance Music/Club Play graph with "Trouble," which moved to 35 on the Billboard Hot 100. Her best pop single titled "Street Of Dreams" hit 12 on the Billboard Hot 100 out of 1991.

She created a music video for "All You Can Dream" in 1986 conceptualized by Keith Williams and coordinated by Alan Bloom, for the motivations behind advancing the estimations of UCLA. She showed up in the video by Prince for "Raspberry Beret." On 4 February of 2009, Peeples gave Debbie Allen a Lifetime Achievement Award at The Carnival: Choreographer's Ball tenth commemoration program. Peeples debuted in acting with TV film 'A Single Light' in which she showed up as a deaf young lady in 1981.

She at that point featured in the dramatization 'General Hospital' in 1983. That year, she got a role as Nicole Chapman in the arrangement 'Fame.' After this, she did the flick named 'North Shore' by William Phelps in 1987. In 1989, the performer cast in the motion picture 'DeepStar Six' and additionally in the TV film 'Nasty Boys'. After four years, she performed in the miniseries 'Return to Lonesome Dove'. She worked asDr. Elizabeth English in the TV motion picture 'Mr. Stitch' in 1995.

At that point in the wake of showing up in the TV film 'Tower of Terror' and 'Odd Jobs,' Peeples assumed the part of Sydney Cooke in the dramatization show 'Walker, Texas Ranger.' In 2002, she worked in the movie 'Half Past Dead.' After two years, she did the cameo in the motion picture ' The Division' and 'Andromeda' separately. Peeples hails in Malibu, California and has one child Christopher from ex-spouse Howard Hewett and one little girl Sienna from ex Lauro Chartrand.

They highlighted on July 7, 2013, scene of Celebrity Wife Swap, in which Peeples exchanged spots with artist Tiffany. She works a web-based association called Elements of Life, which advances fitness, emotional wellbeing, Inspiration, and Healthy lifestyle changes. She worked with business mentor Amy Applebaum on its progress. On 11 August of 2015, Peeples petitioned for the divorce from her surfer spouse Sam George. She documented in Los Angeles County, 20 days before the couple's eighth wedding commemoration.

Martin Simpson English Actor

Martin Simpson

Martin Simpson, born as Martin Stewart Simpson is an English folk singer, songwriter, and guitarist. He was born in Scunthorpe, England. He got interested in music from an early age and learned to play guitar and banjo. He even began performing at local folk clubs. He was a student of John Leggott College. In 1970, he dropped out of college and started working to become a full-time musician. Later in 1976, he recorded the first solo album and named it Vanity. After that, n their UK tour, he opened for the band Steeleye Span. He then collaborated with various artists and bands including Albion Band, where he was one of the musicians to play during their residency at the National Theatre, London and folk singer June Tabor. He went on to record three albums with her. In 2003, he collaborated with June Tabor again. He moved to Bloomington, Indiana in 1985 and afterward relocated to Ithaca, New York after marrying American singer Jessica Radcliffe. They got divorced later, and he married Kit Bailey, daughter of the singer Roy Bailey. They have a daughter named Molly, and they live in Sheffield currently. In 1995, he recorded an album called Music for the Motherless Child along with pipa player, Wu Man. The album had a fusion of Chinese and American approaches. An incredible fact about this album is that it has been produced in a single sitting from 7:00 P.M. to 2:30 A.M. He also collaborated with David Hidalgo from Los Logos and Vij Krishna, a violinist. On his visit to the UK, in 1994, he recorded Martin Simpson Live in Oxford. In 1999, he predominantly recorded songs directed and composed by himself for Bootleg, USA. Later in the same year, he co-founded a record label with his former wife, Jessica Radcliffe. They named it ‘High Bohemia.’ He performed as a session musician for an album by Julie Murphy. He then recorded various albums and won awards and honors for those records. Some of his solo albums include Golden Vanity (1976), Special Agent (1981), Grinning in your Face (1983), Sad or High Kicking (1985), Nobody’s Fault But Mine (1985), Leaves of Life- Instrumentals (1989), When I was on Horseback (1991), A Closer Walk with Thee (1994), Smoke and Mirrors (1995), Bootleg USA (1999), Kind Letters (2005), Prodigal Sons (2007), and True Stories (2009). He collaborated with Jessica Ruby Simpson on three albums True Dare or Promise (1987), Red Roses (1995), and Band of Angels (1996), and with Andy Cutting and Nancy Kerr for Murmurs (2015). He has been nominated for the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards in the 11 years history for 23 times. He won artist of the year twice out of the nine consecutive nominations. His album Prodigal Son won Album of the Year in 2008, and a song called ‘Never Any good’ won the Best Original Song. Martin Simpson also has to his credit various guitar instructions books and DVDs of guitar tutorials.


Camila Cabello

Karla Camila Cabello Estrabao is an American-Cuban songwriter, and singer. She was born on March 3, 1997, to Sinuhe Estrabao and Alejandro Cabello. She was born in Eastern Havana, Cuba, and spent her early life relocating between Mexico City and Havana. At the age of five, her family permanently moved to Miami, Florida. In 2008, Camila acquired her American citizenship. Camila is a vegan and takes strict care of her health. She had an intense passion and love for singing. She attended the Miami Palmetto High School but left schooling when she was in ninth grade to pursue a career in singing. Latin music greatly influenced Camila. She cites Calle 13, Ed Sheeran, Michael Jackson, Taylor Swift, and Rihanna to be her inspiration. Camila's career began with the second season of The X Factor. She got eliminated during the 'boot camp' process but was later called back to the show. Camila formed a group with her other contestants Ally Brooke, Normani, Lauren Jauregui, and Dinah Jane. The group bagged the third position in the show. The group then officially came out with the name, "Fifth Harmony." The group later signed a joint deal with Epic Records and Syco music. The group came out with their first album in 2013, titled, "Better Together." They later came out with "Reflection," in 2015; and "7/27," in 2016. In 2015, Camila collaborated with Shawn Mendes for a single, "I Know What You Did Last Summer." Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) certified the single as Platinum. In 2016, the singer released a single titled, "Bad Things," with Machine Gun Kelly. Camila collaborated with "Fifth Harmony," and all their tours until she left the group in December 2016. Cabello featured on the list of "The 25 Most Influential Teens of 2016." In 2017, she worked jointly with Cashmere Cat, Norwegian DJ for a song titled, "Love Incredible." In the same year, the singer recorded a song for "The Fate of the Furious: The Album," titled, "Hey Ma," in collaboration with Pitbull and Balvin. "Crying in the Club" was her first solo single released in 2017. Camila joined the tour for Bruno Mars' "24k Magic." She also partnered with Guess, the clothing brand for their 2017 Fall collection. On August 3, 2017, Camila released her most popular solo so far, "Havana." The song reached number one in UK, Australia, France, and in various other countries. In 2018, Spotify announced "Havana" to be the most streamed song by a female singer. In an interview, Camila told that the chorus of "Havana" came to her mind while having Sushi with Frank Dunes, producer. In January 2018, Camila released her first solo album titled, "Camila." In the same year, she embarked upon her first solo tour for "Never be the Same." Camila has won various awards, some of which include, MTV Europe Music Award, I HeartRadio Much Music Video Awards, Billboard Music Award, iHeartRadio Music Award, and many more. In 2018, the versatile singer appeared in "Dancing on Ice," a television show. Cabello even made a cameo appearance in Maroon 5's music video titled, "Girls like you." Camila involves herself in a lot of charitable projects. In 2016, she collaborated with "Save the Children," and designed a limited edition “Love Only” T-shirt. The partnership was to raise awareness regarding issues such as, girls’ equal access to education, health care, and opportunities to grow, and develop.

Camila Cabello English Actress