Sarah Brightman born on August 14th, 1960 in Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, England is a marvelous multifaceted English personality. She is a beautiful actress, singer, lyricist and dancer. Her vocal range is of three-octave that extends to an F above Soprano C.
Sarah Brightman was born to Paula and Grenville Brightman. Sarah is the eldest of the six children in the family. Sarah Brightman began taking ballet lessons from the age of three. By the time she turned eleven, Sarah was already learning acting and jazz from the Arts Educational Boarding School. Sarah Brightman has had her training in vocals first with Elizabeth Hawes, head of the Trinity Music College in London; and later with Ellen Faul of Juilliard; and later studied with internationally renowned voice teacher David Romano.
Though she failed to make it to the London's Royal Ballet, the undeterred Sarah Brightman at age sixteen joined Pan's People, the dance group that performed on the BBC's "Top of the Pops" television show. Two years later, Sarah Brightman found a spot as the lead vocalist with the musical group "Hot Gossip" in 1978. With Sarah in the lead, the "Hot Gossip" created a chart-topping disco hit 'I Lost My Heart to a Starship Trooper', a space-themed number which sold 500,000 copies in 1978. After spending some time with "Hot Gossip" Sarah returned to the theater in 1981 bagging a role of Jemima on the new musical "Cats".