Joe Strummer was a well-known English musician as well as a singer, songwriter, and actor. He is best remembered as a co-founder and member of the punk rock band ‘The Clash’. Strummer was born in Ankara, Turkey. As his father was a British diplomat, he grew up in different parts of the world. He developed an interest in rock music at an early age, after which he formed the band ‘The Clash’. They released their self-titled debut album soon after; it was an average success. The band’s second album ‘Give Em Enough Rope’ was even a bigger success, peaking at the 2nd position on the UK Charts. Over the next few years, the band released several more hit albums due to which they found much popularity. The Clash disbanded in 1986 following which Strummer focused on his solo career. Strummer had also acted in a few films. His works on the big screen include supporting roles in ‘Mystery Train’ and ‘Candy Mountain’. As a solo artist, he had contributed to the soundtracks of various films such as ‘Sid and Nancy’ and ‘Grosse Pointe Blank’.