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Reba McEntire

The actual artistic home of Reba McEntire are the concert stages and recording studios of Nashville, as she is best known worldwide as an outstanding country singer. In the course of her career, the queen of country music has sold more than 40 million records and won more than 60 awards. Most recently, she was named Country Singer of the Century by the Recording Industry Association of America.

Klein-Reba started singing at the tender age of five when she performed with her siblings under the name "The Singing McEntires". She was discovered in 1974 by the songwriter Red Steagall, who from now on prepared her for a great country career. Reba McEntire now has numerous platinum and gold awards, and she has already won the world's most coveted music award, the Grammy Award, twice .

In 1990 Reba McEntire made her cinema debut alongside Kevin Bacon in Ron Underwood's classic "In the Land of Rocket Worms" after she had previously appeared in small roles on the TV screen. Together with her country colleague Kenny Rogers, she starred in Dick Lowry's western "The Best Player Far and Wide: His Highest Stake" the following year, and in 1994 she made a guest appearance in Penelope Spheeris' comedy "The Little Superstrols".

Rob Reiner also cast her in 1994 in the comedy "North", she also had a small, unnamed appearance in Richard Donner's western comedy "Maverick"(1994) alongside Mel Gibson and Jodie Foster.

Reba McEntire has also appeared on television, for example in Rod Hardy's miniseries "Buffalo Girls" (1995, as Annie Oakley) and three TV movies in which she also appeared as executive producer: "Is There Life Out There?" (1994) by David Hugh Jones, "Forever Love" (1998) by Michael Switzer and "Secret of Giving" (1999) by Sam Pillsbury.

Reba McEntire made her Broadway debut in a revival of the classic musical "Annie Get Your Gun", where she could be seen again as Annie Oakley. In addition, Reba McEntire has appeared in numerous films that dealt with her music career.