Lisa Moorish

Born 1972
Age 44
Hometown Walworth, South L...
Nationality English
Eye Color Brown - Dark
Hair Color Brown - Dark
Build Slim
Ethnicity Multiracial

Lisa Moorish is an English singer-songwriter most notable for having had children fathered by musicians Liam Gallagher and Pete Doherty. She had a solo career beginning in 1989, and was the lead singer of the indie band Kill City in the early 2000s. She has been working on her first new material as a solo artist in almost a decade.… Read More

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  • Liam Gallagher Sues Over Secret Love Child Story
    Huffington Post - Jul 17, 2013
  • Pete Doherty On Heroin, Life In Paris And His New Film
    Guardian (UK) - Dec 02, 2012
  • Oasis Liam Gallagher Asks Supernanny Jo Frost For Parenting Advice Fallen Scoop
    Google News - Aug 09, 2011
  • Carla Bruni, Prietenie Strânsă Cu Junkistul Pete Doherty! Click!
    Google News - Aug 02, 2011


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1972 Birth Born in 1972.


1989 17 Years Old 1 More Event
She had a solo career beginning in 1989, and was the lead singer of the indie band Kill City in the early 2000s. … Read More
1991 19 Years Old In 1991 she released two singles with Polydor, but again commercial success eluded her. … Read More


1996 24 Years Old In 1996, Moorish provided backing vocals on Irish indie band Ash's hit single, "Oh Yeah", which reached No. 6 in the UK charts. … Read More
1998 26 Years Old In March 1998, Moorish gave birth to a daughter, Molly, fathered by Liam Gallagher and conceived four months after Gallagher married Patsy Kensit. … Read More


2003 31 Years Old In 2003 she gave birth to a son, Astile Louis, fathered by Pete Doherty.
2004 32 Years Old In 2004, they released their debut EP White Boys, Brown Girl on Alan McGee's Poptones label.
2005 33 Years Old In 2005, Moorish recorded a cover of "Fairytale of New York" with Johnny Borrell. … Read More
2006 34 Years Old In 2006, Moorish appeared on the Strummerville charity single, a cover of The Clash's "Janie Jones" which peaked at No. 17 in the UK Singles Chart.
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