Ruben Studdard Biography
Birthday: September 12, 1978 (Virgo)
Born In: Frankfurt, Germany
Christopher Ruben Studdard is an American gospel, pop and R&B singer. He won the second season of America’s most popular singing talent show ‘American Idol’, and also earned a Grammy nomination. His talent was first acknowledged in the church choir, which motivated him to major in Music. He has delivered some of the most promising albums of all time, which include ‘Soulful’, ‘I Need an Angel’ and ‘Love Is’. After gaining recognition he steered into the world of television and films with guest appearances in ‘Life on a Stick’, ‘All of Us’ and ‘Scooby Doo: Monsters Unleashed’. He became a reality show star once again on the NBC weight loss show ‘The Biggest Loser’, losing almost a total of 119 pounds. During his career he has collaborated with megastars such as Stevie Wonder and Eric Benet, and has earned a platinum selling debut album to his name. Most of his singles, especially ‘Flying Without Wings’, ‘Superstar’ and ‘Change Me’ have made it to the top of the US Billboard music chart.