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Birthday: September 23, 1949
Place: Long Branch, New Jersey, USA
Height: 5' 1"
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- Children, with Scialfa, Evan James, Jessica Rae and Sam Ryan.
- Says his favorite film as a kid was _Searchers, The (1956)_
- One of Springsteen's most famous songs, "Thunder Road", took inspiration from the Robert Mitchum movie of the same name.
- Inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1999, where Bono of U2 gave the induction speech. When U2 was inducted in 2005, Springsteen gave their induction speech, returning the favor.
- Awarded the Polar Music Prize, the Royal Swedish Academy of Music Award, in 1997.
- Bruce Springsteen appeared on the covers of both Time and Newsweek magazine simultaneously. At that time this only happened to world leaders. [27 October 1975]
- Brother of Pamela Springsteen
- Considered becoming a baseball player prior to devoting himself to music.
- Many of his earlier songs make reference to the New Jersey shore, where he spent his youth.
- Paul Schrader asked Springsteen to write a title song for a movie he had written called "Born in the USA". After Springsteen wrote it, he liked the song so much, he used for his multi-platinum album of the same name instead. As a replacement, Springsteen wrote another song and that song title became the film's new title, Light of Day (1987). That is why Springsteen thanks Schrader in the liner notes of the album.
- Father, Douglas "Dutch" Springsteen, died in 1998.
- Has two sisters, Virginia and Pamela.
- Mother's name is Adele.
- Frequently works with director John Sayles, a fellow Jerseyite who shares a similar social conscience.
- His song "The Ghost of Tom Joad" was inspired by the John Ford film The Grapes of Wrath (1940).
- For all his musical success, Springsteen has never recorded a number one hit. "Hungry Heart", (believed to be number one by some) only hit number five. The closest he came was number two, with "Dancing In The Dark". Springsteen did however write "Blinded By The Light", which hit number one when recorded by Manfred Mann's Earth Band.
- He refused to play "The Angry Game" with Kristian Luuk when he appeared on "Sen kväll med Luuk", a Swedish talk-show. The game is a staring-contest, during which the contestants are not allowed to laugh.
- Originally wrote his classic single "Hungry Heart" for the Ramones, but recorded himself at the insistence of his manager.
- His Oscar winning song "Streets of Philadelphia" from Philadelphia was ranked #68 on The American Film Institute's list of "The 100 Years of The Greatest Songs".
- Made an unannounced guest appearence on the very last episode of "Late Night with David Letterman" (1982) in 1993 and sang "Glory Days".
- In fall of 2004 he participated in the Vote for Change concert tour organized to encourage the defeat of George W. Bush in the U.S. presidential election, an effort that ultimately fell short as Bush was re-elected on November 2, 2004.
- Half Irish, half Italian
- In 2004 radio station 88.5 WXPN performed the 885 greatest songs ever, though they mostly just did rock (Mozart wasn't on the list) and Springsteen won first place with Thunder Road, Born to Run following at number six and then many other songs scattered throughout.
- Despite his last name having a Jewish ring, Springsteen is actually half Irish, half Italian and was raised Catholic.
- He was voted the 23rd Greatest Rock 'n' Roll Artist of all time by Rolling Stone.
- One of Springsteen's most famous songs, "Thunder Road", took inspiration from the Robert Mitchum movie of the same name. Cappy Van Dien has the same birthday as Springsteen and is named after his Great Grand Father Robert Mitchum and his father Casper Van Dien - Casper Robert Mitchum Van Dien.
- His concerts are known as marathons for lasting multiple hours.
- Was occasionally confused with Bob Seger in the 1970s and 1980s. They have similar singing voices and both utilize saxophone players in their music.
- Born on the same day as the late soul singer Ray Charles and actor Jason Alexander.
- Sean Penn wrote and directed his first movie, "The Indian Runner", loosely based on Springsteen's song, "Highway Patrolman", from his Nebraska album from 1980 which was practically a demo tape made in Springsteen's house.
- Made two guest appearances on "Late Night with Conan O'Brien" (1993). O'Brien's drummer, Max Weinberg, was the drummer with the E Street Band.
- Winner of the British Phonographic Industry Award for International Solo Artist in 1986.
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currently feature over 65,000 Nude Pics, Biographies, Video Clips,
Articles, and Movie Reviews of famous stars.