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Michelle Phillips

Singer + Actress
Female
Born Jun 4, 1944
Age 72
Hometown Long Beach, Calif...
Height 5' 7" (170 cm)
Weight 120 lbs (54.4 kg)...
Measurements 32 B -24-33
Nationality American
Other Names Gilliam, Holly Mi...

Michelle Phillips is an American singer, songwriter, and actress. She gained fame as a member of the 1960s group The Mamas & the Papas, and is the last surviving original member of the group.

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CHILDHOOD

1944 Birth Born on June 4, 1944.

TEENAGE

1962 18 Years Old He divorced his then-wife and married Michelle on December 31, 1962, when she was 18.

TWENTIES

1968 24 Years Old In 1968, she gave birth to their daughter, Chynna Phillips, vocalist of the 1990s pop trio Wilson Phillips. The couple divorced in 1970. While a member of The Mamas & the Papas, Phillips co-wrote some of the band's hits, including "Creeque Alley" and "California Dreamin'". The band broke up in 1968.
1970 26 Years Old During 1970, Phillips sang backup vocals on a Leonard Cohen tour. … Read More
1973 29 Years Old In 1973, Phillips recorded vocals as a cheerleader along with Darlene Love, for the Cheech & Chong single "Basketball Jones" which peaked at No.15 on the Billboard singles chart.

THIRTIES

1975 31 Years Old In 1975 Phillips signed a solo recording contract with A&M Records and released a promo single, "Aloha Louie", that she wrote with ex-husband John Phillips.
1976 32 Years Old 1 More Event
Phillips released her first solo single in 1976, "No Love Today", on the Mother, Jugs & Speed movie soundtrack.
1977 33 Years Old In 1977, Phillips released her debut solo album, Victim of Romance, produced by Jack Nitzsche for A&M Records. … Read More
1979 35 Years Old In 1979, she recorded the song "Forever" for the movie soundtrack of California Dreaming, a surf film that had nothing to do with her old band.

FORTIES

1987 43 Years Old In late 1987, Phillips sang backup vocals on Belinda Carlisle's number one hit, "Heaven Is a Place on Earth", as well as on the Carlisle LP, Heaven on Earth.

FIFTIES

1998 54 Years Old On January 12, 1998, Phillips was inducted in New York City to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, with her bandmates. … Read More
2001 57 Years Old On March 29, 2001, Phillips was among the performers at The Roxy Theatre in Hollywood, California, for a John Phillips memorial tribute. … Read More

LATE ADULTHOOD

2009 65 Years Old She appeared at the TV Land awards in April 2009 for the 30th year celebration of Knots Landing. … Read More
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