Biography - A Short Wiki
Gaynor Hopkins, who is popularly known by her stage name as Bonnie Tyler, is a well-known Welsh singer. She has got a distinctive husky voice that appeals to her worldwide fans. She rose to the height of success when she released her music album in 1977 as “The World Starts Tonight.” She is also best known for her singles “More Than a Lover” and “Lost in France” that became an instant hit after the release. Her single “It’s a Heartache” (1978) stood at number four position on the American Singles Chart and the number three position on the American Billboard Hot 100 charts.
Here is a short summary of Bonnie Tyler's career:
Tyler started her career as a local singer in Swansea. She rose to stardom with her 1976 album named “The World Starts Tonight” and her popular singles “More Than A Lover” and “Lost In France.”
Family and Personal Life
On 14 July 1973, Tyler got married to real estate developer and Olympic judo participant Robert Sullivan. Currently, they have no children. She had had one miscarriage when she was 39 years old.
|Husband/Spouse (Name):||Robert Sullivan (1973)|
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Nationality, Net Worth and Other Facts
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|Full/Real Name||Gaynor Hopkins|
|Age (as of today)||72 years|
|Date of Birth||June 8, 1951|
|Place of Birth||Skewen, Neath, Wales|
|Weight||70 kg, 154.5 lbs|
|Net Worth / Wealth||$35 million|
Height, Weight, and Age
The singer weighs 70 kg. Being born on June 8, 1951, translates to an age of 72 years as of todays date (November 23, 2023).
"I'm always late to bed - usually after midnight - but then I sleep for around ten hours."Bonnie Tyler
"The international travelling gets harder as I get older, but when I'm performing on stage, it makes it all worth while."Bonnie Tyler
"I was born Gaynor Hopkins, one of seven children. My mum, Elsie, and dad, Glyndwr, always said they had seven children, although my sister Paulene was stillborn."Bonnie Tyler
"Alzheimer's is a horrible thing. Some people are naive about it. They think, 'Oh it's just your memory,' but my mother was in terrible pain. Your body closes down. She didn't know if she'd eaten or if she wanted to eat. She couldn't remember how to walk. Towards the end, she didn't know us. It came gradually, then it got worse."Bonnie Tyler
"So many people release albums before Christmas and they get lost in the Christmas rush."Bonnie Tyler