Keren Woodward

Keren Woodward - © Sara Dallin (left) / Keren Woodward

born on 2/4/1961 in Bristol, South West England, United Kingdom

Keren Woodward

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Keren Woodward

Keren Jane Woodward (born 2 April 1961,[1] Bristol, England) is an English pop singer and songwriter of British girl group Bananarama, co-founded by her school friend Sara Dallin and Irish musician Siobhan Fahey.

She has known her bandmate, Dallin, since she was four when they met at Bromley Heath primary school. She studied at Rodway Secondary Modern School. She now lives in Cornwall with her long-term boyfriend Andrew Ridgeley, the former Wham! vocalist and guitarist, and her son Thomas (born 1986), from a previous relationship with the model David-Scott Evans. Woodward has never married.[2]


  1. The Times, 2 April 2011
  2. Bananaramas Keren Talks About Her Son Tom. Retrieved on 2013-02-19.

External links

  • Keren Woodward at the Internet Movie Database
  • Loser who had the last laugh (Kathryn Knight, Daily Mail, 11 March 2007) — article on Andrew Ridgeley, mentioning Woodward
Sara Dallin | Keren Woodward
Siobhan Fahey | Jacquie O'Sullivan
Studio albums: Deep Sea Skiving | Bananarama | True Confessions | Wow! | Pop Life | Please Yourself | Ultra Violet / I Found Love | Exotica | Drama
Compilations: Greatest Hits Collection | Greatest Remixes Collection | Bunch of Hits | Master Series | The Essentials | The Very Best of Bananarama | Venus and Other Hits | Really Saying Something: The Platinum Collection

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