Taylor Swift – biography

Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift was born on December 13, 1989 in Reading and raised in Wyomissing, Pennsylvania, USA. Father – Scott Kingsley Swift, financial advisor to Merrill Lynch bank. Mother – Pink sparkles, a housewife, previously worked as a mutual executor of a marketing fund. The singer has a younger brother – Austin.

Taylor received her primary education at the Wyndcroft paid school. When the girl was nine years old, her family moved to Wyomissing, Pennsylvania, where she attended junior and high school. While studying, Taylor developed an interest in musical theater. She has performed at the Berks Youth Theater Academy in Grease, Annie, Bye Bye Birdi and The Sound of Music.

The future singer was inspired by the work of Lee Ann Rimes and her maternal grandmother Marjorie Finley, who was an opera singer. Over time, Swift also fell in love with country music. At the age of 10, Taylor began playing the guitar and writing her first songs. It was during this period that she decided to become a professional singer.

At the age of 12, Taylor Swift sang the US national anthem at the opening ceremony of the 76th Philadelphia Games, receiving a thunderous ovation from the audience.

As a teenager, Swift moved to a suburb of Nashville. There, the singer performed at the windows of a cafe with her compositions. She once caught the eye of one of the veterans of the music industry Scott Borchetta, who recently created the independent label Big Machine Records. Thus began the successful collaboration between Borchette and Swift. The quote is taken from “DesireMovies

In August 2006, the singer’s debut single “Tim McGraw” and the album “Taylor Swift” were released, which brought her wide popularity. In October 2007, she was recognized by the Nashville International Songwriters Association as the best performer and author of the year, becoming the youngest female singer to receive the award.
The singer has released albums: “Fearless” (2008), “Speak Now” (2010), “Red” (2012) and “1989” (2014).
In 2009, Taylor Swift made her debut as an actress, playing a cameo role in the series CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. The first work of the aspiring actress was successful. In the same year, the star played the role of a cameo in the full-length film “Hannah Montana: Cinema”.
As an actress, Taylor is best known for her role as Felicia in the romantic comedy Valentine’s Day, released in 2010. During the filming of this picture, Swift met with Taylor Lautner, who played Willie in the same tape. When they broke up, Taylor dedicated the song “Back to December” to him.
The singer also starred in the films: “Valentine’s Day” (2011), “Lorax” (2012), “New Girl” (2013) and “Initiate” (2014).

Taylor Swift has recorded video clips: Picture To Burn (2006), Teardrops On My Guitar (2007), Change (2008), I’m Only Me When I’m With You (2008), Love Story ”(2008),“ The Best Day ”(2009),“ Best Days Of Your Life ”(2009),“ Fifteen ”(2009),“ You Belong to Me ”(2009),“ Back to December ”(2010 ), “Mine” (2010), “Fearless” (2010), “Mean” (2011), “Ours” (2011), “The Story Of Us” (2011), “Safe & Sound” (2012), “ We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together ”(2012),“ Begin Again ”(2012),“ I Knew You Were Trouble ”(2012),“ 22 ”(2013),“ Highway Don’t Care ”(2013),“ HuniePop 2”(2013),“ The Last Time ”(2013),“ Shake It Off ”2014 (),“ Blank Space ”(2014) and“ Style ”(2015).

Awards

▪ Young Hollywood Awards, Future Superstar (2008)
▪ People’s Choice Awards, Singer of the Year (2010)
▪ Seven Grammy Awards (2010 – 4 awards, 2012 – 2 awards, 2013 – 1 prize)
▪ American Music Awards in the category “Best Performer of the Year” (2011)
▪ “Woman of the Year” title according to the American Billboard magazine as “one of the most influential singers of her generation” (2014)

Taylor Swift family

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Joe Jonas, singer, musician
Taylor Lautner, actor (2009)
Jake Gyllenhaal, actor (2010)
Connor Kennedy (2012)
Harry Styles, singer (2012-2013)

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