December 12, 1940
82 years old
5 ft 7 in | 170 cm
36-26-36 in | 91.5-66-91.5 cm
66 kg | 145.5 lbs
9 US | 39.5 EU
Marie Dionne Warwick was born in East Orange, New Jersey, United States, on December 12, 1940, is an American singer and actress.
Young Dionne Warwick first started singing at the age of 6 at a Baptist church, in Newark, New Jersey.
She made her big screen debut in drama film Slaves (1969) in role as Cassy.
She got her television debut in CBS special The Dionne Warwick Chevy Special (1969).
Dionne's breakthrough came with song "Don't Make Me Over" (1962).
She released her debut studio album "Presenting Dionne Warwick" in 1963.
How tall is Dionne Warwick and what is her weight? Dionne Warwick's height is 5' 7" іn fееt аnd іnсhеѕ or 170 іn cеntіmеtrеѕ, her weight is 145.5 іn pоunds or 66 іn kіlоgrаmѕ.
Dionne Warwick is 82 years old.
Dionne Warwick net worth is around 10 million dollars.
Dionne Warwick body measurements are bust-waist-hip 36-26-36 in inches or 91.5-66-91.5 in cеntіmеtrеѕ, her bra size is 34B with cup size B.
She played Beth Connors in thriller comedy film Rent-a-Cop (1987).
She portrayed Shirley in action thriller movie Armed (2018).
She appeared in documentary film ReMastered: The Two Killings of Sam Cooke (2019).
She voiced Sage Evergreen in animated movie Glisten and the Merry Mission (2023).
She guest starred in detective series Switch (1976-1977) as Sherry and The Rockford Files (1977) as Theda Moran.
She hosted shows The Midnight Special (1973), The Dionne Warwick Special (1974), Music Country-USA (1975), Solid Gold (1980–1981, 1985–1986) and Dionne! (1990-1991).
She voiced Dr. Russell in animated environmentalist superhero television series Captain Planet and the Planeteers (1992).
She guest starred as Effy in Disney Channel television series So Weird (1999).
She appeared in Fox reality singing competition series The Masked Singer (2020) as "Mouse".
She guest starred as herself in Saturday Night Live (2021).
Graduated from East Orange High School in East Orange, New Jersey (1959).
Studied at Hartt College of Music in Hartford, Connecticut.
Had younger sister, Dee Dee Warwick (died in 2008) and younger brother, Mancel Warrick Jr (died in 1968).
Has African-American, Dutch, Native American, English, Irish, Scottish and Brazilian ancestry.
She formed gospel trio "The Gospelaires", with her sister and cousin at the age of fourteen.
She released studio albums:
Presenting Dionne Warwick (1963)
Anyone Who Had a Heart (1964)
Make Way for Dionne Warwick (1964)
The Sensitive Sound of Dionne Warwick (1965)
Here I Am (1965)
Here Where There Is Love (1966)
On Stage and in the Movies (1967)
The Windows of the World (1967)
Dionne Warwick in Valley of the Dolls (1968)
The Magic of Believing (with The Drinkard Singers) (1968)
Promises, Promises (1968)
I'll Never Fall in Love Again (1970)
Very Dionne (1970) Dionne (1972)
Just Being Myself (1973)
Then Came You (1975), for which she was nominated for the Grammy Award for Best Pop Vocal Performance by a Duo, Group or Chorus
Track of the Cat (1975)
Love at First Sight (1977)
No Night So Long (1980)
Friends in Love (1982)
How Many Times Can We Say Goodbye (1983)
Finder of Lost Loves (1985)
Friends (1985), for which she was nominated for the Grammy Award for Best Pop Vocal Performance, Female
Reservations for Two (1987)
Dionne Warwick Sings Cole Porter (1990)
Friends Can Be Lovers (1993)
Aquarela do Brasil (1994)
Dionne Sings Dionne (1998)
Dionne Sings Dionne, Vol. 2 (2000)
My Favorite Time of the Year (2004)
My Friends & Me (2006)
Why We Sing (2008)
Only Trust Your Heart (2011)
Now (2012), for which she was nominated for the Grammy Award for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album
Feels So Good (2014)
She's Back (2019)
Dionne Warwick & the Voices of Christmas (2019)
She won the Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Pop Vocal Performance, Female for song "Do You Know The Way To San Jose?" (1968).
She won the Grammy Award for Best Pop Vocal Performance, Female for song "I'll Never Love This Way Again" (1979).
She won the Grammy Award for Best R&B Vocal Performance, Female for song "Deja Vu" (1979).
She was named the U.S. Ambassador of Health in 1987.
She was awarded a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for Recording located on 6922 Hollywood Boulevard in 1985.
She was inducted in Rhythm and Blues Music Hall of Fame in 2016.
She won the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award in 2019.
She dated Edgar Bronfman Jr. (1986), Sacha Distel, Philip Michael Thomas, Gianni Russo and Timothy Brown.
She was married to William Elliott (1966-1967; 1967-1975) they have two sons, David Elliott and Damon Elliott.