10 Facts Gwen Stefani

In Fullerton, California, Gwen Stefani was born on October 3, 1969. Her family was musical, therefore she started singing young. She founded No Doubt in 1986, which became a hit.

In 1995, Gwen Stefani and No Doubt released “Tragic Kingdom,” their third album, which achieved mainstream success. With singles like “Don’t Speak” and “Just a Girl,” the album sold over 16 million copies worldwide.

With her 2004 first album, “Love. Angel. Music. Baby,” Gwen Stefani launched a successful solo career. It produced hit songs including “Hollaback Girl” and “Cool.”

Gwen Stefani is known for her unique style. In 2003, she launched L.A.M.B., a clothing, accessory, and fragrance collection.

DJ Suki was voiced by Gwen Stefani in “Trolls” (2016) and its sequel. The soundtrack included her and Justin Timberlake's hit "Can't Stop the Feeling!"

Gwen Stefani is committed to philanthropy. She developed “Harajuku Lovers” and donated some of the income to impoverished youngsters.

Gwen Stefani has received the Save the Children "Global Action Artist Award" and the UN "World Humanitarian Award" for her generosity.

Gwen Stefani coached “The Voice” for several seasons. Her lively attitude and honest engagement with participants made her popular.

Gwen Stefani credits Madonna, Cyndi Lauper, and Debbie Harry for shaping her music and persona.

Gwen Stefani has won multiple Grammys, including Best Rap/Sung Collaboration for “Let Me Blow Ya Mind” with Eve and Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals for “The Sweet Escape” with Akon.