Cherie Ann Currie is an American musician, actress and artist. Currie was the lead singer of Runaways, a Los Angeles rock group, from the mid to late 1970s. After the Runaways, she became a solo artist. She then teamed up with her identical twin sister, Marie Currie, and released an album with her. Their duo "Since You've Been Gone" reached number 95 on the US charts. Their group is called Cherie and Marie Currie. She is also known for her role in the movie Foxes.
|Birth name||Cherie Ann Currie|
|Born||November 30, 1959, Encino, California, US|
|Genres||Punk rock, hard rock|
|Occupation(s)||Musician, singer, songwriter, actress, artist, producer|
|Instruments||Vocals, keyboards, guitar, tambourine|
|Labels||Mercury, Capitol, Raven, MCA, Rocket City, Blue Elan|
|Associated acts||The Runaways, Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, Lita Ford, Cherie & Marie Currie, Currie-Blue Band, Tater Totz, Cherie Currie and Brie Darling|
|Website||Cherie Currie's Official site|
|Cherie Currie's Facebook|
|IMDb||Cherie Currie's IMDb|
Singer, songwriter, and actress who worked with the 1970s all-woman band, The Runaways. She released the single "Since You Been Gone" with her sister in 1979.
She struggled with drug addiction after joining The Runaways at age fifteen.
The Runaways song "Cherry Bomb" was written for her at her audition with the band.
She has a twin sister named Marie and another sister named Sondra who is an actress.
She was portrayed by Dakota Fanning in 2010 film The Runaways.
- Members of the Runaways
- American heavy metal singer
- American wood carver
- Feminists are sexually active
- Punk rock singer
- American rock singer
- American punk rock singer
- Rock singer
- Feminist musicians
- Feminist artists
- American sculptor
Latest information about Cherie Currie updated on June 07 2021.