Alicia Augello Cook, known professionally as Alicia Keys, is an American singer-songwriter. A classically-trained pianist, Keys began composing songs by age 12 and was signed at 15 years old by Columbia Records.Born: January 25, 1981 (age 39 years), Hell’s Kitchen, New York, NYSpouse: Swizz Beatz (m. 2010)Children: Egypt Daoud Dean, Genesis Ali DeanAlbums: The Diary of Alicia Keys, HERE, Alicia, Unplugged,
Egypt Daoud Dean (Son) (b. October 14, 2010), Genesis Ali Dean (Son) (b. December 27, 2014)
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34-26-38 in (86-66-96.5 cm)
34 inches (86 cm)
26 inches (66 cm)
38 inches (96.5 cm)
Alicia Augello-Cook Education
Professional Performing Arts School Columbia UniversityProfessional Performing Arts School Columbia University
Alicia Augello-Cook Brand Endorsements
In 2007, she was seen in keepachildalive.orgâ€™s print ad.
She had appeared in Citibank Private Pass Credit Card commercial in 2012.
In 2005, Alicia was featured in an infomercial â€œProactiv acne treatmentâ€.
She is also the ambassador of Keep a Child Alive organization.
Best Known For
Her singing styles and albums like Songs in A Minor (2001) and others. Her other notable singles include â€œFallinâ€, â€œGirl on Fireâ€, â€œNo Oneâ€.
Alicia released her debut album Songs in A Minor on June 5, 2001 by J Records. It charted at #1 in US, US R&B, and Netherlands and was certified as 6x Platinum in USA. As of 2008, she sold 12 million copies of the album worldwide. The album consists of 16 singles making it more than hourâ€™s length.
She made her film debut with Joe Carnahanâ€™s Smokinâ€™ Aces in which she played the role as Georgia Sykes. The film was initially released on December 9, 2006, but released on January 26, 2007 in USA.
First TV Show
In 1985, Alicia appeared as Maria in NBCâ€™s sitcom The Cosby Show in episode no. 22 of season 1 titled â€œSlumber Partyâ€.
Alicia takes help from her personal trainer, Jeanette Jenkins. She guides people to drink water (in ounces), which is half of oneâ€™s body weight. For instance, if one weighs 140 pounds, the person should drink 70 ounces of water daily.