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Also Credited As: Mel B., Melanie Brown
 
Date Of Birth:
May 29, 1975 (44)
Birth Place:
Leeds, ENGLAND
Bio:
Brown was born in Leeds, West Yorkshire. After seeing an advertisement for an audition in a newspaper, Brown started her music career in a band known as Touch. The group left the original management team and eventually teamed up with music manager Simon Fuller. Here, she and the other girls were ... (read more)
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Date of Birth: May 29, 1975 (44)

Birth Place: Leeds, ENGLAND

Bio:
Brown was born in Leeds, West Yorkshire. After seeing an advertisement for an audition in a newspaper, Brown started her music career in a band known as Touch. The group left the original management team and eventually teamed up with music manager Simon Fuller. Here, she and the other girls were ... (read more)

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Madame Tussaud's: Up-Close with New York & Broadway's Best!
by Eugene Lovendusky - Jan 1, 2000

Since opening its doors in New York City in 2000, the World-Famous Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum as brought countless people up-close and personal to some of the biggest names and celebrities of today and yester-year! If spending a fortune on last-minute tickets or barricading a stage-door in order to meet the stars isn't your idea fun... there is an easier way to come face-to-face with some of your favorite celebrities! In fact, some may be much closer than you could ever imagine! Since opening its doors in New York City in 2000, the World-Famous Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum has brought countless people up-close and personal to some of the biggest names and celebrities of today and yester-year! Soaring nine-stories high above busy West 42nd Street, next door to the New Amsterdam Theatre, is one of Manhattan's favorite tourist attractions. And you may be surprised to find dozens of familiar stage and Broadway faces among the strikingly real-life personalities! Plus, Madame Tussaud's in New York features some one-of-a-kind wax statues you can't find anywhere else but Manhattan! Come along with BroadwayWorld's News Desk Editor, Eugene Lovendusky, on a brief tour of just some of Broadway's favorite faces, smiling in the humorous and haunting halls of Madame Tussaud's... (more...)