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Also Known As: Audrey Faith Perry Died:
Born: September 21, 1967 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Jackson, Mississippi, USA Profession: singer, actor

Biography CLOSE THE FULL BIOGRAPHY

If fame is to be compared to a roller coaster, singer/songwriter Faith Hill would still be on the first ascent. Ever since her first hit single, 1993's Wild One, Hill has been on a meteoric rise that has had no drop off in sight. Though typically recording in the country music genre, Hill has made the successful crossover to pop while still maintaining her gospel and R&B roots. Taking chances musically has been the one thing that has made Hill one of the most successful country music stars since her idol, Reba McEntire, became famous in the 1980's. With mainstream success firmly under her belt, Hill has taken the next step in her career: starring in movies and on television.

If fame is to be compared to a roller coaster, singer/songwriter Faith Hill would still be on the first ascent. Ever since her first hit single, 1993's Wild One, Hill has been on a meteoric rise that has had no drop off in sight. Though typically recording in the country music genre, Hill has made the successful crossover to pop while still maintaining her gospel and R&B roots. Taking chances musically has been the one thing that has made Hill one of the most successful country music stars since her idol, Reba McEntire, became famous in the 1980's. With mainstream success firmly under her belt, Hill has taken the next step in her career: starring in movies and on television.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Stepford Wives, The (2004) Sarah Sunderson
2.
 46th Annual Grammy Awards, The (2004) Presenter
3.
 45th Annual Grammy Awards, The (2003) Performer ("Cry")
4.
 36th Annual CMA Awards, The (2002) Special Appearance
5.
 2004 ESPY Awards, The (2002) Presenter
7.
 Home For the Holidays, A (2002) Performer
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Milestones close milestones

1986:
At 19 she moved to Nashville to try to make it as country singer
1993:
Released debut album "Take Me As I Am"; became the first female country singer to stay at No.1 on Billboard for four weeks in a row with her first single "Wild One"
1995:
Released second album "It Matters To Me"
1996:
Launched the Faith Hill Family Literacy Project in conjunction with her label, Warner Bros. Records
1997:
Collaborated with husband, Tim McGraw on the single "It's Your Love"; earned four Academy of Country Music Award nominations and two Grammy Award nominations
1998:
Released third album "Faith"; certified platinum and the single "This Kiss" was certified gold; nominated for three Grammy Awards and six Academy of Country Music Awards
1999:
Appeared on VH1 "Divas Live 99"
1999:
Released "Breathe" her fourth album; certified 2x platinum
2000:
Appeared at the Academy Awards as a last minute replacement for Whitney Houston as part of a tribute to Oscar-winning songs
2000:
Started the Soul 2 Soul 2000 tour with husband Tim McGraw
2000:
Signed with Cover Girl cosmetics
2001:
Performed "There Will Come A Day" for "America: A Tribute To Heroes," a fundraiser aired by all the major networks for families of the victims of the terrorist attacks
2002:
Performed in her own television special on NBC airing on Thanksgiving evening "When The Lights Go Down"
2002:
Released her next album "Cry"
2004:
Feature film debut in the remake of the classic 1975 thriller "The Stepford Wives"
2005:
Earned two Grammy nominations, including Best Country Album for "Fireflies"
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Education

McLaurin High School: Star , Mississippi -
Hinds Community College: -

Notes

Faith Hill graced the cover of the very first issue of Lifetime magazine.

She first sang the national anthem at a Mississippi tobacco-spitting contest

In 1997, Hill was named one of People magazine's 50 Most Beautiful People

Companions close complete companion listing

husband:
Tim McGraw. Country singer. Met while touring together in 1996; married October 6, 1996.
companion:
Scott Hendricks. Producer. Engaged in mid-1990s .
husband:
Daniel Hill. Songwriter. Married 1987; divorced 1991.

Family close complete family listing

father:
Ted Perry. Adoptive father.
mother:
Edna Perry. Adoptive mother.
brother:
Wesley Perry. Born July 3, 1959.
daughter:
Audrey Caroline McGraw. Born December 6, 2001.
daughter:
Gracie McGraw. Born 1997.
daughter:
Maggie McGraw. Born 1998.
brother:
Steve Perry. Born January 9, 1962.
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