Liz Phair

Liz Phair

Actor, Music, Director


Liz Phair is an American singer, songwriter and director best known for her critically acclaimed 1993 debut album, Exile in Guyville. Born on April 17, 1967 in New Haven, Connecticut, Liz was raised in the suburbs of Chicago. She attended Oberlin College, where she majored in art history and philosophy, and then went on to pursue a career in music.

In 1993, she released her debut album, Exile in Guyville, which was an instant critical success, praised as one of the greatest albums of the decade. The album was praised for its frank, autobiographical lyrics, and its unique blend of punk, pop, and folk. The album was certified gold by the RIAA and spawned hits such as "Never Said," "Divorce Song," and "Flower."

In the years since her debut, Liz has released eight more albums, all of which have been met with critical acclaim. Her most recent album, Funstyle, was released in 2010 and featured collaborations with Lil Wayne and Ryan Adams.

In addition to her music career, Liz has also ventured into directing. She made her directorial debut in 2004 with the independent film, Stranger Inside, which was praised by critics and earned numerous awards. She has since gone on to direct two more films: The Most Wanted Man in America (2007) and Drones (2008).

Despite her success, Liz has been reluctant to embrace the fame that has come her way. She prefers to live a quiet life, away from the spotlight, and is often seen in her hometown of Chicago.

Liz Phair is an artist who has achieved success in multiple fields. Her music has been praised for its frankness and its unique blend of genres, and her films have been met with critical acclaim. Her success has earned her a place in the annals of American music history, and she will continue to be remembered for years to come.

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