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Aaliyah Biography and Filmography
Birthday: January 16, 1979
Birth Place: Brooklyn, New York, USA
Height: 5' 7"
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Talented. Beautiful. Modest. These three words described R&B singer-turned-actress Aaliyah perfectly. Born in Brooklyn, New York but raised in Detroit, Aaliyah got her first major exposure appearing on the syndicated television series "Star Search" (1983) where she awed the audience with her amazing voice and talent. Withdrawing from the celebrity scene for a few years, Aaliyah lived the life of a normal teenage girl, attending Detroit's Performing Arts High School where she majored in dance. It was around this same time that Aaliyah met singer/composer R. Kelly. Kelly assisted Aaliyah with the production of her debut album "Age Ain't Nothing But A number" which scored several number hits, specifically "Back and Forth." The album's title was a brief reference to her short-lived marriage to R. Kelly (she was 15 years of age at the time, and he was in his 20s). Thir marriage was annulled due to her status as a minor. During her senior year, Aaliyah went on to record "One In A Million" which featured the songwriting talents of major R&B producers/writers Missy 'Misdemeanor' Elliott and Tim Mosley. That album was a major success and sealed Aaliyah's fame forever. After seeing her at an awards show and in the video for her hit song "Are You that Somebody?" (from the Eddie Murphy film Doctor Dolittle (1998)), film producer Joel Silver (producer of The Matrix (1999) and other major actor films) asked Aaliyah to audition for a role in an upcoming romance/action film called Romeo Must Die (2000). With her determination and sex appeal, Aaliyah won Silver over and was cast in her first major film role. Romeo Must Die (2000) was a hit at the box office. This film led to her being cast as one of the stars of the film based on Anne Rice's Queen of the Damned (2002) and in the two sequels to the major box office hit, The Matrix (1999). During the busy schedule of her film career, Aaliyah took time to record her third album, the self-titled "Aaliyah". July 2001 was a busy time for Aaliyah. After the sucess of her song "Try Again" for which she was nominated for a Grammy Award and won several MTV Video Awards, Aaliyah finally released her "Aaliyah" album. Debuting at number two on the Billboard charts, "Aaliyah" was a sales success despite many lack-lustre reviews it received. In August 2001, Aaliyah took time off from her busy album promotional tour to fly to the Bahamas to film a video for the song "Rock the Boat". The video, filmed on Abaco Island, was directed by Hype Williams, a major music video director known for his style and wit. On August 25, 2001, after filming the video, Aaliyah and about 9-11 of her entourage took off from Marsh Harbour airport at 6:50pm EDT in a small Cessna 404 en route to Opa-Locka, Florida. A few minutes after take-off, the plane crashed about 200 feet from the runaway killing Aaliyah and many others instantly. Four passnegers were pulled alive from the wreckage, and one later died at a hospital in Nassau. Aaliyah was only 22 years old. Aaliyah's short-lived, but brillant career was a true success story for a young African-American woman who went against all odds to be herself in an industry where originality is scarce. Truly missed by her family, friends, and fans, her music and film contributions will live forever.
State Property (2002)
[ Nicole Maddox ]
Romeo Must Die (2000)
[ Grace Park ]
Next Friday (2000)
[ Tamala Jones ][ Erykah Badu ]
Music of the Heart (1999)
[ Meryl Streep ][ Angela Basset ][ Cloris Leachman ][ Jane Leeves ][ Gloria Estefan ]
Doctor Dolittle (1998)
[ Raven ][ Jenna Elfman ][ Ellen Degeneres ][ Julie Kavner ][ Kyla Pratt ]
The 70th Annual Academy Awards (1998)
[ Celine Dion ]
Anastasia (1997)
[ Kirsten Dunst ][ Meg Ryan ][ Lacey Chabert ][ Angela Lansbury ][ Bernadette Peters ]
Sprung (1997)
[ Tisha Campbell ][ Paula J Parker ][ Isabel Sanford ]
Panther (1995)
[ Angela Basset ][ Jenifer Lewis ]
The NeverEnding Story III (1994)
[ Julie Cox ]
  • Auditioned for a role on the television sitcom "Family Matters" (1989).
  • Chosen as one of Teen People Magazine's "21 Hottest Stars Under 21." [1999]
  • Aaliyah is Arabic for "highest, most exalted one"
  • 3 tattoos: her initial and a star on her hand, a music symbol on her ankle and a dove on her lower back.
  • Voted First Place by the readers of Black Men Magazine for "The 10 Sexiest Women of the Year." [2000]
  • Performed with Gladys Knight at age eleven in Las Vegas.
  • Aaliyah's self-titled long awaited third album is released. [July 17, 2001]
  • Got her dove tattoo as a tribute to her grandmother.
  • Graduated from the Detroit High School of the Performing Arts with a 4.0 GPA.
  • Got her big break on the television show "Star Search" (1983).
  • Died in a plane crash on a return trip from shooting a music video in the Bahamas. The crash, which happened in Marsh Harbour, located on Abaco Island in the Bahamas, was determined to have been caused by the plane being overloaded. [25 August 2001]
  • She got her middle name Dana from her grandmother.
  • At the time of her death, Aaliyah and her boyfriend, Roc-A-Fella co-CEO Damon Dash, had plans to wed.
  • Parents: Micheal and Diane Haughton. Brother: Rashad Haughton (born 6 August 1977).
  • At the age of 5, she moved to Detroit, Michigan, where she grew up.
  • At the time of her death, she was scheduled to reloop her dialogue in Queen of the Damned (2002) and to film the majority of her role for The Matrix Reloaded (2003) and The Matrix Revolutions (2003).
  • Posthumous single "More Than A Woman" reaches #1 in the UK. [January 2002]
  • The first female artist to have a posthumous number one single in the UK record charts. [January 2002]
  • In January 2002 she reached No. 1 in the UK with her single "More Than A Woman". She was knocked off the top spot a week later by another deceased artist - George Harrison.
  • At her funeral, 22 white doves were released from the steps of the church. One dove for each year of her life.
  • Sister of Rashad Haughton
  • Auditioned for the Elton John Broadway show, Aida.
  • Her uncle, Barry Hankerson, was formerly married to singer Gladys Knight.
  • Her mother Diane was once a promising solo singer but gave it up to raise her children Aaliyah and Rashad Haughton.
  • She had a close friendship with producer/musical artist 'Missy 'Misdemeanor' Elliott' .
  • It was announced in November 2002 that good friend 'Missy 'Misdemeanor' Elliott' is to produce a tribute album to Aaliyah which will include stars finishing off songs Aaliyah was working on before her death in August 2001. In the same month, it was announced that a posthumous Aaliyah album will be released entitled 'I care 4 u'.
  • Was considered for the role of Alex in Charlie's Angels (2000), but casting directors deemed her too young and the part went to Lucy Liu.
  • Was considered for the part of Maggie in Get Over It (2001), but was already committed to Romeo Must Die (2000). Zoe Saldana was eventually cast in the role.
  • Was the first choice to play Valerie in Josie and the Pussycats (2001), but had already signed on for the lead role in Queen of the Damned (2002). Rosario Dawson eventually got the part.
  • Was almost the voice of Leah in Osmosis Jones (2001), but could not accept due to schedule conflicts. The part was eventually voiced by Brandy Norwood.
  • Her grandmother was Native American
  • She was close friends with Nicole Richie.
  • Was originally cast in the title role in Honey (2003) but died before production began. Jessica Alba won the part after her death.

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