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Mary Wilson (I)


Mary Wilson, co-founder of The Supremes, helped garner an unequaled record of Number One Hits by a Female Group. Recording for Motown, Mary guided The Supremes into rock 'n roll history, turning her group into one of the three icons of the 1960's, alongside Elvis Presley and The Beatles. Mary has never stopped developing new projects and touring ... See full bio »

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 2016/II Speak (Short)
CJ
 2014 The Knockout Game (Short)
Cissy
 1983 Tiger Town (TV Movie)
National Anthem Singer
 1968 Ein Jahr 'Ö 3' (TV Movie) (as The Supremes)
 1968 Tarzan (TV Series)
Sister Martha
- The Convert (1968) ... Sister Martha
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Featured in all the recordings ever released by The Supremes, from 1963 on. She also has three solo albums: "Mary Wilson" (1979); "Walk the Line" (1992) and "I Am Changing" (2000). Wilson is also the best-selling author of "Dreamgirl" and "Supreme Faith".

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1 Print Biography | 1 Portrayal | 1 Interview | 2 Articles | 2 Pictorials | See more »

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Alternate Names:

Diana Ross and the Supremes | The Supremes | the Supremes | The Temptions & The Supremes

Height:

5' 4½" (1.64 m)
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What's Going On changed everything. At Motown, the artists relied on the writers and producers to provide their material. Then a couple of artists proved they were more than just singers and performers, they were creators of music too. There was Stevie Wonder and there was Marvin Gaye.

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The Supremes were awarded a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for Recording at 7060 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California. See more »

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Pisces

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