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Full Name Jenny Morris
Profession R&B Singer
Date of Birth September 29 , 1956
Current Age 65 years
Place of Birth New Zealand
Birth Country New Zealand
Birth Sign Libra

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Full Name Jenny Morris
Other's Name Not Known
Occupation R&B Singer
Home Town in a city of New Zealand
Religion Not Available
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Jenny Morris Biography

Jenny Morris is a famous R&B Singer, who was born on September 29, 1956 in New Zealand.

Known for her work with the 1980s Australian new wave group QED and with the late 1970s and early 1980s band The Crocodiles, this New Zealand native is most famous for such Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA)-chart topping solo albums and singles as Shiver and “She Has to Be Loved.”

Lawrence left and was replaced on drums by Ian Gilroy (ex-Whizz Kids), then Flaws left, although he continued to write material for the second album. Released in November 1980, Looking at Ourselves, was produced by Ian Morris. That year they won ‘Best Group’ and ‘Most Promising Group’ at the New Zealand Music Awards. The line-up went through further changes, Gilroy left to join The Swingers, then Matthews and Dasent left. In February 1981, following a repeat performance at the Sweetwaters Festival, The Crocodiles moved to Sydney, at the behest of their manager, Chunn, with new band members, Barton Price (drums), Rick ‘Rikki’ Morris (guitar) and Jonathan Zwartz (bass) only to disband in July. Price went on to join Models. Morris explained why The Crocodiles left:

Jenny Morris Net Worth & Salary

Jenny Morris is one of the richest R&B Singer. Jenny Morris is also listed in famous people born on September 29 & Richest celebrities born in New Zealand. According to our analysis based on Forbes, IMDb, Wikipedia & online resource, Jenny Morris net worth is approximately $1.5 Million.

Jenny Morris Net Worth & Salary
Net Worth $1.5 Million
Salary Under Review
Source of Wealth R&B Singer
Cars N/A
House Living in own house

Family & Relatives

Jenny Morris's father name not available & mother's name unknown right now. We will update Jenny Morris parents, brother/sister & other relatives information here.

After growing up with seven siblings in Tokoroa and Hamilton, New Zealand, she became an Australian citizen and subsequently had a son and a daughter with her photographer husband, Paul Clark.

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Jennifer Patricia Morris MNZM OAM (born 29 September 1956 in Tokoroa) is a New Zealand-born Australian pop, rock singer-songwriter. Her first success came with New Zealand band The Crocodiles, who had a top 20 hit single with “Tears”. Re-locating to Sydney in February 1981, she was a backing vocalist for various groups and formed a trio, QED, in 1983.

Jenny Morris was born in Tokoroa, New Zealand and grew up in Hamilton with three brothers (Alistair, Rhys and Tam) and four sisters (Maxine, Bronte, Joanne and Shanley). Morris wrote a poem on the Vietnam War when she was 12 and used her sister’s guitar to put it to music. Morris has stated that her influences include Aretha Franklin and Dusty Springfield. Her first professional performance was at age fifteen, at Andersons Theatre Restaurant, in Hamilton. In 1976 she became a singer with How’s Your Father, who were finalists in the ‘National Battle of the Bands’. She began working as a Home Economics teacher for two years at a high school near Wellington. Late in 1978 Morris joined an all-girl group, Wide Mouthed Frogs in Wellington, performing lead vocals. Fellow members were Kate Brockie on lead vocals, Andrea Gilkison on guitar, Tina Matthews on bass guitar, Bronwyn Murray on keyboards and Sally Zwartz on drums. In 1979 they released the track, “Some Day” for the compilation album, Home Grown Volume One; “Some Day” was cowritten with Tony Backhouse, guitarist of fellow Wellington band, The Spats, which also had a track, “Young Ladies in Hot Cars”, on the compilation.

Jenny Morris Dating

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Jenny Morris Height

Jenny Morris's height Not available & Weight Unknown right now. Jenny Morris's shoe size 4 (US) & dress size 8 (US). Jenny Morris full body measurements is not available right now. eye color is black & hair color is brown. Jenny Morris's eye color is black & hair color is brown.

Age, Birthday & Horoscope

In 2022, Jenny Morris age 64 years. Jenny Morris birthday is September 29 & Horoscope is Libra.

Is Jenny Morris dead or alive?

Jenny Morris is still alive. Jenny Morris's current age 64 years.

Lesser Known Facts

  1. Jenny Morris was born on September 29, 1956 in New Zealand.
  2. celebrates birthday on September 29.
  3. become famous for being R&B Singer.
  4. Jenny Morris shoe size 4 (US) & dress size 8 (US).

Jenny Morris Timeline

  • 1956

    Jenny Morris was born on September 29, 1956 in New Zealand.

  • 2022

    According to Wikipedia, IMDb, Forbes & online resource, Jenny Morris net worth is approximately $1.5 Million