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Also Known As: Baby Spice Died:
Born: January 21, 1976 Cause of Death:
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Immortalized forever as "Baby Spice," Emma Bunton was one of the founding members of the Spice Girls, the world's most successful girl group of all time. Championing "Girl Power" and British pride, the Spice Girls scored a No. 1 hit with "Wannabe" on both sides of the pond, as well as the U.K. No. 1 hits "Say You'll Be There," "2 Become 1," and "Spice Up Your Life," among others. One of the most iconic pop cultural phenomenons of the 1990s, the Spice Girls conquered the world with an unprecedented avalanche of endorsements, albums like 1996's Spice and 1997's Spiceworld, and even scored a hit movie, "Spice World" (1997). After parting ways, the group members attempted solo careers, with the endlessly charismatic Bunton scoring the U.K. No. 1 hit "What Took You So Long?" from 2001's A Girl Like Me. Adopting a 1960s-inspired sound and style, Bunton charmed critics and audiences with 2004's Free Me, which crossed over to the U.S. with such hits as the title track, "Maybe" and "I'll Be There." After a less successful third album, 2006's Life in Mono and her cover of "Downtown," Bunton reunited with her fellow Spice Girls for a blockbuster reunion world tour, which reaffirmed the band's pop cultural...

Immortalized forever as "Baby Spice," Emma Bunton was one of the founding members of the Spice Girls, the world's most successful girl group of all time. Championing "Girl Power" and British pride, the Spice Girls scored a No. 1 hit with "Wannabe" on both sides of the pond, as well as the U.K. No. 1 hits "Say You'll Be There," "2 Become 1," and "Spice Up Your Life," among others. One of the most iconic pop cultural phenomenons of the 1990s, the Spice Girls conquered the world with an unprecedented avalanche of endorsements, albums like 1996's Spice and 1997's Spiceworld, and even scored a hit movie, "Spice World" (1997). After parting ways, the group members attempted solo careers, with the endlessly charismatic Bunton scoring the U.K. No. 1 hit "What Took You So Long?" from 2001's A Girl Like Me. Adopting a 1960s-inspired sound and style, Bunton charmed critics and audiences with 2004's Free Me, which crossed over to the U.S. with such hits as the title track, "Maybe" and "I'll Be There." After a less successful third album, 2006's Life in Mono and her cover of "Downtown," Bunton reunited with her fellow Spice Girls for a blockbuster reunion world tour, which reaffirmed the band's pop cultural immortality. As a sweet, charming Spice Girl and talented solo star, Emma Bunton became a role model and idol to countless fans around the world.

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CAST: (feature film)

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 Spice World (1997) Spice Girls Band Member/Baby Spice
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 To Play the King (1994) Prostitute
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