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Björn Christian Ulvaeus net worth:
$300 Million

Björn Christian Ulvaeus information

Björn Christian Ulvaeus information

Birth date: April 25, 1945
Birth place: Gothenburg, Västra Götalands län, Sweden
Height:5' 9" (1.75 m)
Profession:Soundtrack, Composer, Music Department
Spouse:Nicole Appleton

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William John Paul "Liam" Gallagher (born 21 September 1972) is an English musician, singer and songwriter, best known as the frontman of the rock band Oasis. Originally the group's sole lead singer, he increasingly shared vocal duties with his brother, lead guitarist and chief songwriter Noel Gallagher, as the band's career progressed. He has recently fronted the group Beady Eye with ex-Oasis members. Gallagher's erratic behaviour, distinctive singing style, and abrasive attitude have been the subject of commentary in the press. He remains one of the most recognisable figures in modern British music.Although his elder brother Noel wrote the majority of Oasis's songs, Liam has penned the singles "Songbird" and "I'm Outta Time", along with a string of album tracks and B-sides. Noel departed in 2009 and formed Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, while Liam continued with the members of Oasis under the Beady Eye name.Gallagher was voted the greatest frontman of all time in a 2010 UK poll for Q magazine. Wikipedia

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Nominated awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2009 Anthony Asquith Award for Film Music BAFTA Awards Mamma Mia! (2008) · Benny Andersson
2009 OFTA Film Award Online Film & Television Association Best Music, Adapted Song Mamma Mia! (2008) · Benny Andersson (music and lyrics by)
· Stig Anderson (lyrics by)
· Meryl Streep (performed by)
· Julie Walters (performed by)
· Christine Baranski (performed by)
2009 OFTA Film Award Online Film & Television Association Best Music, Adapted Song Mamma Mia! (2008) · Benny Andersson (music and lyrics by)
· Stig Anderson (lyrics by)
· Meryl Streep (performed by)

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1 Winner (with Benny Andersson) of the 2002 Ivor Novello Special International Award.
2 Is the grandfather of Tilda Frida Eliza Ulvaeus-Ekengren who was born on January 27th, 2001.
3 Son Christian Ulvaeus was born on 4th December 1977 in Stockholm Sweden
4 Daughter Anna was born on 29th April 1986
5 Daughter Emma was born on 13th January 1982
6 In 2002, was nominated for two of Broadway's Tony Awards for "Mamma Mia!": as a co-producer cited in the Best Play nomination; and with collaborators Benny Andersson and ''Martin Koch for Best Orchestrations.
7 The name ABBA was comprised of the first letters of the names of its members: Agnetha Fältskog, Björn Ulvaeus, Benny Andersson, and Anni-Frid Lyngstad.
8 As a member of ABBA he won the Eurovision Song Contest in Brighton, England, in 1974 with the song "Waterloo". (6th April 1974)
9 First music group was folk music act The Hootenanny Singers, who made their TV debut in a Swedish talent contest in 1963.
10 He was nominated for a Laurence Olivier Theatre Award in 2000 (1999 season) for Best New Musical for Mamma Mia based on the music of Abba.
11 Two children with Agnetha Fältskog: Linda Ulvaeus (b. 1972) and Peter Christian (b. 1977).
12 Used to write songs with Benny Andersson and Stig Anderson.
13 Was a member of the pop band ABBA

1 Wild horses couldn't drag me away from a summer on the Stockholm archipelago.
2 Folk music is where I come from originally. The very first thing that introduced me to playing guitars at all was skiffle - my cousin had been in London the summer that skiffle was big.
3 Religion is the root of so much misery in the world, and I've always thought there is lack of criticism against it.
4 Look at all the misery in the Middle East, for example. All these countries have Islam in common, and far too few dare to criticize Islam as an ideology, and what it's doing to these countries. I know I might get punched in the face for saying these things, but my conviction is that less religion in the world would be better.
5 England was always very special. It was so important because the reason Benny and I started writing was the Beatles. During the Sixties, England was everything. To be number one in England was more important than being number one in America because England set the tone.
6 I do think that it's better for a musical to live its life first because if you see it on the screen, would you like to go to the theater after that? Probably not. You've seen it. And that's the mystery of a musical that hasn't been filmed. You're bloody meant to go there and buy your ticket.
7 Look at The Beatles: how they struggled, how they worked in order to become such a good little band. And that's why they had such longevity and are still admired today.
8 Mostly, in song writing, my experience is that there isn't so much inspiration as hard work. You sit there for hours, days and weeks with a guitar and piano until something good comes. But the urge to write is something you have to have. A conviction, an ambition to write and never stop until you think, 'This is the best I can do.'
9 It could be seen as narcissistic to have your own museum, but for me, it's such a long time ago - I have perspective. That young man in the funny clothes - he's almost a stranger, so I can tell his story.
10 I used to look so immature, like a young man without self-confidence. There was one particular light blue, shiny cape outfit I wore that still makes me cringe.
11 My concern is to keep religion and the state separated. I don't think that religion and politics go together. When you see political decisions colored by religion, decisions that affect us all... I thought: 'I do not want to go back to medieval times.'
12 Sweden is an open, liberal, secular and democratic country. We strive towards achieving equality; we are forward-looking and refuse to be pulled back by social constructs such as religion.
13 The music of ABBA is not that happy. It might sound happy, in some strange way, but deep within, it's not happy music. It has that Nordic melancholic feeling to it. What fools you is the girls' voices. You know, I do think that is one of the secrets about ABBA. Even when we were really quite sad, we always sounded jubilant.
14 If you were to ask me what I couldn't do without, it would be sashimi.
15 I promise you, ABBA will never reform - I couldn't bear the stress of disappointing everyone.
16 People ask me if I am going to write my memoirs. But even if I wanted to, I would not be able. I have extremely few memories.
17 Lennon and McCartney have the best catalogue of songs ever produced. It will never be surpassed.
18 If that doomsday scenario happens, will it help if you have heaps of paper money? I don't think so.
19 In the beginning of my career, I wanted to be chased by girls more than anything - that's why I got the guitar. By the time we were in ABBA, the music was the only important thing.
20 The story of Jesus is very fascinating. It still has such a tremendous power, even after 2,000 years! We don't really know if he existed as a historical figure.
21 I believe that religion should be totally separated from the state. That's not the way it is today, not even in Sweden.
22 In a way, I'm kind of a bystander looking at this phenomenon that is ABBA, which is still around, and that I thought would be finished in 1981 and forgotten. I'm amazed how this could happen, and I don't know why it happened. I'm just grateful and humble. I just sit back and enjoy.
23 Before the Beatles, songwriters were very anonymous people and nobody paid any attention to them.
24 Every time I sit in the audience and watch a show that I have been involved with, it is such an amazing feeling to see all those people around me, knowing they are actually watching and enjoying something I have written. That is such a feeling of pure joy that never goes away, and that's why I guess I'm so attracted to work in the theater.
25 Critics used to say that ABBA were formulaic or that our songs were rubbish. We never had time for those comments, though. We were sincere and devoted to what we did.
26 Of course, we wore silly outfits, the pictures were corny, and some people still focus on that. But ABBA wasn't a big intellectual thing. We were a pop group.
27 All these years later, I have almost no memory of the shows themselves. It's a blur. I remember my jogging runs better - that was my way of getting my energy together. I used to try to get to the arena as late as possible; otherwise, I'd just be pacing around, waiting to go on.
28 I hear a really good pop song every now and then. 'ROAR' by Katy Perry, I love that! 'Poker Face'... Oh! What a song! And 'Rolling in the Deep'... Oh!
29 I want people to remember ABBA as we were. I don't think that four geriatrics wheeled on stage is what we should leave as our legacy.
30 Well mostly in song writing my experience is that there isn't so much inspiration as hard work. You sit there for hours, days and weeks with a guitar and piano until something good comes.
31 In my career the push has always been to take another step, to try something new.
32 I believe that religious faith schools are highly dubious.
33 And also a lot of Muslims are no more religious then the average Swede. For them it's natural that human rights come first.
34 There are days when I walk through the center of Stockholm when I get this sudden feeling of happiness - a sense of belonging and at the same time gratitude that I'm so privileged that I can live my life in my city.
35 Stockholm is unique in that it's built on islands and surrounded by water, so you get this enormous sense of freedom. It's got everything you could possibly need - everything New York or London has but without all the people and traffic. It's also become a very creative city, not only for music but also for fashion and computer games.
36 There are still many places I haven't seen that I'd like to travel to. I've never seen the Pyramids, and I'd love to explore the culture in North India. I think walking in the Andes would also be awesome.
37 I'm so incredibly tired of giving respect to a lot of delusions and crazy ideas just because they are regarded as religions.
38 Some values must be universal, like human rights and the equal worth of every human being.
39 Every time I sit in the audience and watch a show that I have been involved with, it is such an amazing feeling to see all those people around me, knowing they are actually watching and enjoying something I have written.
40 The UN declaration on human rights must always be first in line before religion or other cultural habits, in case of any conflict between them.
41 Cultural variety is always worth striving for, but must never precede the declaration of human rights.
42 Everyone should pursue whatever is original in oneself. That's the way for a long life in music.
43 There is a very vibrant cultural scene in Stockholm. There are lots of places where there are concerts, and there are loads of museums and theaters.
44 The British took us to their hearts and made us their own, which we are very proud of. Coming to England is like going home.

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