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Hayley Dee Westenra (born 10 April 1987 in Christchurch, New Zealand) is a New Zealand soprano of Irish heritage. Her first internationally released album, Pure, reached #1 on the UK classical charts in 2003 and has sold more than two million copies worldwide. Westenra has received awards for her contribution to music, both in New Zealand and elsewhere. Pure is the fastest-selling international début classical album to date, and Westenra became an international star, aged 16, when the first of her international albums were released. In August 2006, Westenra joined the Irish group Celtic Woman and toured with them on...
Hayley Catherine Rose Vivien Mills, born April 18, 1946, is an Academy Award and Golden Globe Award-winning English actress. Disney subsequently cast Mills as twins Sharon and Susan, who reunite their divorced parents in The Parent Trap. She made four additional films for Disney in a four-year span, including In Search of the Castaways, Summer Magic, The Moon-Spinners and That Darn Cat!. After her contract with Disney expired in 1966, Mills starred in The Trouble with Angels, opposite Rosalind Russell. Looking to break from her clean-cut, girl-next-door image, Mills went home to England to star in The Family Way. In...
When Hayley Reardon first picked up a guitar in July 2008, this young songstress uncovered both a deep passion and an obvious natural talent, unleashing a flood of beautifully constructed, delicately phrased songs. At 12 years old, Boston's WUMB was first to publicly recognize her emerging talent as a winner at the 2009 Boston Folk festival Songwriting Contest. In the ensuing year this 13 year old has achieved additional recognition in numerous competitions including the YouTube/What's Your Issue 2010 Music Video Competition, The North Atlantic Arts Alliance 7th Annual Songwriting Contest, and the 2010 Indiegrrl International Songwriting Competition. She has...
Hayley Kiyoko (born 1991 in Los Angeles), is an American actress, singer and dancer. 2007-2011: The Stunners In 2007, Kiyoko was approached by former pop-star Vitamin C to join an all-girl singing and dancing group. Six months after forming, the group signed with Columbia Records and released a single titled "Bubblegum" to iTunes along with the official video for the single and as contributed a song to the iCarly soundtrack. In 2009, the group left Columbia Records[21] and signed a production deal with Lionsgate Entertainment, who also produced a scripted television show pilot based on the group, which was ordered...