Lisa Barbuscia
American model, singer and actress
Lisa Barbuscia
Lisa Barbuscia, also known as Lisa B, is an American model, singer and actress. She is known for small roles in a number of films, including Bridget Jones's Diary, Highlander: Endgame, and Almost Heroes. Her father is of Italian and Irish descent, and her mother is Puerto Rican. She released her debut EP Telling Tales in 2004.
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  • 2004
    Age 32
    Barbuscia was married to property tycoon, Anton Bilton, in September 2004.
    More Details Hide Details The couple have three sons together, Orlando, born 2005, Noah, born 2007 and Gabriel, born 2010.
    She released her debut EP Telling Tales in 2004.
    More Details Hide Details A native of Brooklyn, New York, Barbuscia honed her talents at the New York Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts, made famous by the movie Fame. Having lived in England for over a decade, she feels a Brit in spirit and describes herself as a "NY Cocktail" of Puerto Rican, Italian and Irish roots. At 17, she arrived in Europe where she embarked on a successful career as an international top model, working with publications such as Vogue, Elle and Cosmopolitan, and advertising in campaigns for Guess jeans. Barbuscia has walked the catwalks for designers such as Chanel, Valentino and Dolce & Gabbana. She's been seen as Mick Jagger's dream girl in the Rolling Stones's "Sex Drive", and was one of the leather-clad vixens in the Sister's of Murphy's commercials. At 19 she embarked on a singing career, signing a recording contract with Pete Tong at London Records, and recording with the producer, Paul Oakenfold. She released three hit singles, "Glam", "Fascinated" and "You & Me", all of which reached the UK Singles Chart. She secured a publishing deal with Warner/Chappell Music that took her to Los Angeles to collaborate with other songwriters, where she met Ian Faith. She wrote and recorded an EP called Telling Tales, which caught the attention of producer Luc Besson. Her song "Adore You" is the end title song of the movie, and is featured on the soundtrack of Kiss of the Dragon.
  • 1971
    Born on June 18, 1971.
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