Linda’s career began in folk-rock and country-rock music, where she used to play at the Troubadour. Afterward, she discovered her true talent and was quickly named the “Queen of Rock” and “First Lady of Rock,” by the media. She has produced an impressive 31 good platinum records and won a whopping 10 Grammys.
Since her singing days, Linda has sadly been diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease and was forced to put down the mic. Despite the diagnosis, she still managed to release her memoir that same year, which she titled “Simple Dreams: A Musical Memoir.”
Most British actors had their days on one of the greatest British soaps. Barbara Knox was Rita Sullivan on "Coronation Street" and she is best known for that role. She has been on the show for 56 years and has become a mother figure to many of the show's cast and crew.
She has won the TV Times Award for Best Actress and a Life Time Achievement Award which she grasped at the 2004 British Soap Awards.
Petula Clark has been going for over seven decades. This wonderful singer and composer has sold over 68 million records worldwide. She began her career as a child entertainer on BBC Radio during WWII and then devoted herself to music and began singing in English and in French.
Some of her greatest hits include "Dowtown", "I Know a Place", "You'd Better Come Home", and many more. This Grammy Award Winner will go on for years, decorating our world with her tunes.
Goldie had her breakthrough role on Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In where she played a regular. Since then, her career took off. She has acted in multiple comedies like There’s a Girl in My Soup and Butterflies are Free and has shown her talent in satirical dramas like The Sugarland Express and Shampoo.
In 2013, Goldie recorded the voice of Peggy McGee in the animated series Phineas and Ferb. Apparently, Goldie still hasn’t tired of acting as she is returning to the big screen for the first film since 2002 and will star alongside comedian Amy Schumer in the mother-daughter comedy, “Snatched.”
Pam was very present in the 1970’s blaxploitation movie scene, where she played strong and dominant women. She acted in Jack Hill’s Coffy in 1973 and other movies like Foxy Brown and Sheba, Baby. Since then, she has acted in Jackie Brown and The Man with the Iron Fists and in the series L World.
In 2017, she starred in Bad Grandmas, a dark comedy feature film following four grandmothers who mistakenly kill a con man. At the moment she is starring in the T.V. series This is Us, alongside Mandy Moore, and just finished production for the upcoming comedy movie Poms with Diane Keaton.