Tata Young

Tata Young

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Amita Marie Young (born Su Min Ta Marie Young, , December 14, 1980), better known under her stage name Tata Young, is a Thai singer, model actress and dancer.

She gained prominence when she placed first in a national singing contest at age 11, subsequently signing a record deal and releasing her first album Amita Tata Young in 1996. Within five months, the album had sold over one million copies. Since then, Young has released eight studio albums, three in English and five in Thai. Her most recent album is Ready for Love, released on August 25, 2009.

She has acted in three films, The Red Bike Story (Jakkayan See Daeng), O-Negative and Plai Tien as well as the TV drama The Candle (Plai Tiean). She sang "Reach For The Stars" at the Bangkok opening ceremony for the 13th Asian Games in 1998 and also sang the English part of the title song for the Bollywood movie, Dhoom.

Early years

Tata was born to a Thai mother and an American father in 1980 and by the age of eleven had won her first national talent contest, the Thailand Junior Singing Contest. By the age of fourteen she had signed her first professional contract and released her debut million selling album in 1995.This led to her winning multiple awards at the Thai Radio Vote Awards in 1996.

In 1997 the Chinese government chose her to represent Thailand at the handing over of Hong Kong and later that year she received the prestigious "Golden Pikkanes God Award" from the Musical Artist Association of...
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