Born on April 11, 1966 Lisa Stansfield is a British actress and recording star. She was born in Manchester and her career started when she won Search for a Star. She appeared in television shows and along with Ian Devaney and Andy Morris developed Blue Zone (1984). Their single People Hold On was the start of Stansfield's solo career.
Her first album Affection in 1989 and her single All Around the World granted Stansfield two Grammy Award nominators. Subsequently Stansfield has released Real Love (1991), So Natural (1993) and Lisa Stansfield (1997). Stansfield appeared in the film Swing and recorded the soundtrack for this film. Stansfield released her albums Face Up in 2001, and Biography: the Greatest Hits in 2003. Stansfield left music for a time to star in Edge of Love and Northern Soul (2013).
Stansfield had her stage debut in The Vagina Monologues in 20002. She appeared in the television series Goldplated and in September 2007 she was in Agatha Christie's Marple. In 2007 Stansfield was a part of John Maybury's The Edge of Love, a film starring Keira Knightley, Sienna Miller and Matthew Rhys.
You can hear Stansfield on her newest album Seven that comes out in January of 2014.
Stansfield married Augusto Grassi in 1987, but their marriage lasted only four short months. She returned to Great Britain after her divorce and married Ian Devaney on July 25, 1998.