Susan Ann Sulley

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Susan Ann Sulley was born on 22 March, 1963 in Sheffield, United Kingdom. Discover Susan Ann Sulley’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 57 years old?

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Age57 years old
Zodiac SignAries
Born22 March 1963
Birthday22 March
BirthplaceSheffield, United Kingdom
NationalityUnited Kingdom

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The group regularly play to sell-out venues worldwide. In 2006 they played to an audience of 18,000 at the Hollywood Bowl, and appeared on the network US television show Jimmy Kimmel Live!. In late 2006 The Human League completed another tour of the UK and Europe, again with many venues sold out. In a 2007 interview, Sulley stated that the main effort of The Human League in the immediate future was the recording of new material, with the possibility of a new studio album, while continuing to play live at a variety of venues both in the UK and internationally.


Sulley, when asked (in 2004) to pick the highlight of her career, said: “I think it’s still happening. I think the fact we’re still doing it now. After all these years – I’m 41 now, and really, I shouldn’t be in a pop group any more, but I am and it’s still my job! I wake up in the morning and I haven’t got to go to a nine-to-five. I’ve got this life and I’m very, very lucky!


In 1995, the Octopus album gave the UK another hit single with “One Man in My Heart”. This provided Sulley her highest public profile in the band’s history. The song was a ballad sung by Sulley on lead vocals, with Oakey and Catherall providing supporting vocals. The stylish accompanying video, set in a Parisian café, gave (the now 32-year-old) Sulley the best opportunity to demonstrate her considerable screen presence since “Don’t You Want Me”. Although only moderately successful (it reached number thirteen in the UK charts), it was described years later in The Guardian as “one of the best love songs of the 1990s”, and has been remixed and re-released a number of times since.


In 1990 the band released their last album for Virgin Records, Romantic?, which included the minor hit single “Heart Like a Wheel”. The Romantic? album did not re-capture the group’s huge commercial success of 1981; with its second single “Soundtrack for a Generation” flopping, Virgin chose not to renew their recording contract. During the recording of Romantic? Sulley suffered the first of two nervous breakdowns, exacerbated by a disastrous short-lived marriage. Although disheartened, the group remained together and persevered with new material. The Human League made a surprise comeback in 1994, now signed to East West Records, with the single “Tell Me When”, giving them their first major hit since 1986’s “Human”, and the accompanying album Octopus going Gold.


The international stardom that Dare brought was short-lived. The group took three years to release their next full album, 1984’s Hysteria. A stop-gap EP, Fascination!, was issued in America in 1983. From these releases the group had a number of top-ten singles in the UK and the US, including “(Keep Feeling) Fascination” and “Mirror Man” which both charted at number two in the UK. The single “Human” from Crash was the group’s last real commercial success of the decade, charting at number one in the US and number eight in the UK. From then the group’s mainstream popularity plunged, with subsequent releases not even breaking the top forty. It also was about 1986 that she stopped calling herself Susanne, opting for the more formal Susan.


The group recorded Dare, their most commercially successful album to date, in 1981. The release of the album also coincided with a steep rise in the use of music videos and the launch of MTV. In the video for “Don’t You Want Me”, released in November as the fourth single from the album, Sulley plays a successful actress walking out on her bitter Svengali lover (played by Oakey) who laments her success and departure. Set on a “film shoot” on a wet winter night, Sulley sings directly to the camera whilst walking through the atmospheric set, immaculately made up and wearing a distinctive trench coat. The single, aided by the classic video, was a commercial breakthrough for the group, going to number one in the charts in both the UK and the US. Sulley was still at school when Dare was recorded and often jokes that she “has never had a proper job in her life”.


Born and raised in Sheffield, England, as a schoolgirl in 1980 Sulley (aged 17) and her friend Joanne Catherall were “discovered” in the Crazy Daisy Nightclub in Sheffield by Philip Oakey, the lead singer and a founding member of The Human League. They soon were asked to provide full vocals by Oakey as an experiment.

The mid-to-late 1980s were not a particularly happy time for Sulley, as she had to deal with the personal problems unexpected international fame brought her. Also, internal disputes and pressure to produce more hits caused conflict, and eventually splits, within The Human League. When asked in late 1995 to describe that period, Sulley said: “I hated the 1980s, it was horrible  … absolutely all of it.”


Susan Ann Sulley (born 22 March 1963), formerly known as Susanne Sulley and Susan Ann Gayle, is an English singer who is one of the two female vocalists in the synth-pop band the Human League.

Sulley was born in Sheffield, UK on 22 March 1963. She spent all her early years in the Gleadless suburb of the city. For her final education she attended the city’s Frecheville Comprehensive School from the late 1970s until mid-1981. Her best friend from the age of 13 was fellow lifelong Sheffield resident and Frecheville student Joanne Catherall. By early 1981 she was calling herself ‘Susanne Sulley’, a familiar amalgamation of her two first names, a nickname by which she had been casually known at school. Whilst still at school in 1980, she had a part-time job in a Sheffield hairdressing salon and a casual summer job selling ice cream at a Sheffield cinema, the only jobs she has had in her life apart from music.