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Name:
     Alicia Keys
Given Name:
     Augello-Cook, Alicia J.
Birthdate:
     January 25th, 1980
Hometown:
     New York City, New York, USA



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Alicia Keys Biography


Alicia Keys was born Alicia J. Augello-Cook on January 25th, 1980 and is best known as an American R&B and soul singer, songwriter, musician, composer, pianist, record producer, philanthropist, and actress and author. Alicia Keys is a renowned artist who has sold twenty-eight million albums and singles worldwide and won numerous awards, including nine Grammy Awards, eleven Billboard Music Awards, and three American Music Awards. Alicia is sometimes Credited As: Alicia Cook, Alicia Keyes, Cham f. Alicia Keys and sometimes goes by the nickname Lellow .

Keys was born to an Irish-Italian mother, Terri Augello, and an African-American father, Craig Cook, in the Harlem neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City. Terri was a paralegal and actress, but Keys was raised in a poor home in the Hell's Kitchen neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City; the two shared a one-room apartment with Alicia sleeping on the couch. In 1985, Keys and a group of other girls won the parts of Rudy Huxtable's sleepover guests in an episode of The Cosby Show (the episode became the only time Keys was credited under her real name). She began playing piano when she was seven, learning classical music by composers such as Beethoven, Mozart, and her favorite Chopin. She wrote her first song "Butterflyz" at the age of fourteen; the song was later recorded for her debut album. Keys' mother and father separated during her early childhood, thus she was raised by her mother during her formative years; her mother was the one who most supported her during the time she was developing her musical talents. The press reported in 2005 that Keys was attempting to reconcile with her father. However, Keys denied this and said her words were misinterpreted.

Keys graduated from the Professional Performing Arts School, a high school in Manhattan, at the age of sixteen. Although accepted to Columbia University at age sixteen with a scholarship, she decided instead to pursue her musical career. Keys signed a demo deal with Jermaine Dupri and his So So Def label, then distributed to Columbia Records. She wrote and recorded a song entitled "Dah Dee Dah (Sexy Thing)" which appeared on the soundtrack for the 1997 blockbuster, Men in Black. The song was Keys' first professional recording; it was never released as a single and her record contract with Columbia Records was ended quickly. Keys later met Clive Davis, who signed her to Arista Records, which has since disbanded. Following her mentor Clive Davis to his newly formed J Records label, she recorded songs "Rock Wit U" and "Rear View Mirror" which featured on the soundtracks to the movies Shaft (2000) and Dr. Dolittle 2 (2001) respectively. Keys then released her debut album Songs in A Minor in 2001, the title being a reference to both her classical aspirations and to the fact that she wrote most of the songs at a very young age.

Released in June 2001 and selling over 235,000 copies in its first week (more than 50,000 of those in its first day), Songs in A Minor went on to sell more than twelve million units worldwide, and established Keys' popularity both outside and inside the U.S., where she became the best-selling new artist of 2001 (as well as the best-selling R&B artist). The album's first single, "Fallin'", gained radio airplay on many different radio formats and spent six weeks at number one on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100. Keys performed Donny Hathaway's "Someday We'll All Be Free" at the America: A Tribute to Heroes televised benefit concert following the September 11, 2001 attacks. Another single from Songs in A Minor, "A Woman's Worth", made the top ten in the U.S. as well. Keys and the album won five Grammy Awards in 2002, including "Best New Artist" and "Song of the Year" for "Fallin'". Later, on March 6, 2002, Keys would release Remixed & Unplugged in A Minor, a re-issue of Songs in A Minor, which includes eight remixes and seven unplugged versions of some songs off her debut album.

Critical reviews of the album were mostly positive. Keys' work had a sound similar to 1970s soul singers such as Curtis Mayfield, Marvin Gaye, and Stevie Wonder along with hip-hop influences like those apparent in neo soul artists such as Lauryn Hill, Erykah Badu, and D'Angelo.

The Diary of Alicia Keys (2003)
Main article: The Diary of Alicia Keys

The Diary of Alicia Keys (2003)Keys followed up her debut with The Diary of Alicia Keys, released in December 2003. The album was hailed by critics and debuted at number one in the U.S., selling over 618,000 copies its first week of release, the sixth highest album sales by a female and second by R&B female. To date, it has sold nine million copies worldwide. The singles "You Don't Know My Name" and "If I Ain't Got You" both reached the top five of the Billboard Hot 100 chart, and another single, "Diary", entered the top ten. The classical/hip-hop-influenced "Karma" was less successful, peaking at number twenty on the Billboard Hot 100 but more successful on Top 40 Mainstream peaking at number three. "If I Ain't Got You" became the first single by a female artist to remain on the sixty-three-year-old Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart for more than one year, surpassing Mary J. Blige's "Your Child" (forty-nine weeks). Keys went on to become the best-selling female R&B artist of 2004.

At the 2004 MTV Video Music Awards, Keys won "Best R&B Video" for "If I Ain't Got You" and also led Lenny Kravitz and Stevie Wonder in their version of Wonder's "Higher Ground". Also the following year in 2005 won "Best R&B Video" in her second year in a row for "Karma". At the 2005 Grammy Awards, she gave a performance of the album's second single, "If I Ain't Got You", and then joined Jamie Foxx and Quincy Jones in a rendition of "Georgia on My Mind", the Hoagy Carmichael's song made famous by Ray Charles. That evening, she won four Grammy Awards: "Best R&B Album" for The Diary of Alicia Keys, "Best Female R&B Vocal Performance" for "If I Ain't Got You", "Best R&B Song" for "You Don't Know My Name", and "Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals" for "My Boo" with Usher. She was also nominated for "Album of the Year" for The Diary of Alicia Keys, "Song of the Year" for "If I Ain't Got You", "Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals" for "Diary" (featuring Tony! Toni! Toné!), and "Best R&B Song" for "My Boo".

Keys performed and taped her installment of the MTV Unplugged series on July 14, 2005 at the Brooklyn Academy of Music. During this live session, Keys added brand-new arrangements to her original songs such as "A Woman's Worth" and the funk-driven "Heartburn", and performed a few choice covers. Part of Keys' audience also included her guest performers; she collaborated with rappers Common and Mos Def on "Love It or Leave It Alone", reggae artist Damian Marley on "Welcome to Jamrock", and Maroon 5 lead singer Adam Levine on a cover of The Rolling Stones' 1971 song "Wild Horses".

In addition to a cover of "Every Little Bit Hurts", previously performed by singers such as Aretha Franklin and Brenda Holloway, Keys also premiered two new original songs: "Stolen Moments", which she co-wrote with producer Lamont Green, and "Unbreakable" which peaked at number four and number thirty-four on Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop and Hot 100 respectively. It was more successful on the Billboard Adult R&B Airplay peaking at number one for eleven weeks. The session was released on CD and DVD on October 11, 2005. Known simply as Unplugged, the album peaked at number one on the U.S. Billboard 200 chart with 196,000 units sold in first week of release. So far the album has sold one million units in the United States. The debut of Keys' Unplugged was the highest debut for an MTV Unplugged album since MTV Unplugged in New York (1994) by Nirvana, and the first Unplugged by a female artist to debut at number one. It was nominated for four Grammy Awards: "Best Female R&B Vocal Performance" for "Unbreakable", "Best Traditional R&B Vocal Performance" for "If I Was Your Woman", "Best R&B Song" for "Unbreakable", and "Best R&B Album". The album won three NAACP Image Awards: "Outstanding Female Artist", "Outstanding Song" for "Unbreakable", and "Outstanding Music Video" for "Unbreakable".

New album and recording studio
Keys has already began working on her third studio album, which is to be released in June 2007. Recently Alicia Keys has talked to MTV about her upcoming album: "It's coming together incredibly. I am in love with this album. It's very fresh and new". And about the album title Alicia said: "I always name my album at the end. For some reason I find that works better for me. After I have all of the work together and I feel the direction, then I know what's the best title". Rolling Stone magazine reported in December 2005 that Keys and her longtime songwriting partner Kerry "Krucial" Brothers will start working seriously on Keys' third studio album in the later half of 2006. There are also rumors that she worked with Linda Perry. Keys has explained that her new upcoming album has a more edgy feel than her first two albums and she is keen to do strange and unexpected collaborations outside the R&B and hip-hop worlds. Keys also plans to collobarate with John Mayer and John Legend on her third studio album.

Keys recently opened a new recording studio in Long Island, New York called The Oven Studios, which she co-owns with her co-production and co-songwriting partner Kerry "Krucial" Brothers. The studio was designed by renowned studio architect John Storyk of WSDG, designer of Jimi Hendrix' Electric Lady Studios. Keys and Kerry Brothers are co-founders of KrucialKeys Enterprises, a production and songwriting team who assisted Keys in creating her award-winning albums as well as create music for other artists.

Keys has finished shooting a film alongside Ben Affleck, Ray Liotta, Andy Garcia, Jeremy Piven, and Ryan Reynolds entitled Smokin' Aces, scheduled to be released on January 26, 2007, in which she plays an assassin named Georgia Sykes. Keys has received much praise from her co-stars in the film; Ryan Reynolds said Keys has "natural" acting ability as he was surprised she had not starred in movies before.

Furthermore, she has finished shooting her second film The Nanny Diaries alongside Scarlett Johansson, which is due for release on April 20, 2007. She is playing Johannson's best friend in the film. The Kingsborough Community College in Brooklyn, New York was used to film the college graduation scene for the film.

Keys and her longtime manager Jeff Robinson have signed a first-look film production deal to develop live-action and animated projects with Disney, Variety reports. Their first film, a remake of the 1958 comedy Bell, Book and Candle, will star Keys as a witch who casts a love spell to lure a rival's fiance. Keys and Robinson, have also formed a television production company called Big Pita. Their first project will be a CW Network TV series inspired by Keys' experiences as a biracial child growing up in New York, similar to the network's Everybody Hates Chris. Keys has been tapped to executively produce an upcoming TV drama. The title and airing date are presently unconfirmed. Keys and Robinson said they will develop live-action and animated projects at their company, Big Pita, Little Pita, with Keys participating as producer and thesp and the banner spearheading soundtrack and music supervision. She also played a voice in the "Mission to Mars" episode of The Backyardigans.

Keys will also play biracial piano prodigy in the 1940s Philippa Schuyler in an upcoming film entitled Composition in Black and White[24] It is based on the book of the same name and follows the story of Philippa Schuyler. "The challenge, in order to actually be able to play classical piano as a woman of mixed race, was by far more than I could ever imagine", Keys said. "That's what intrigued me about that role". The biopic will tell the difficult tale of Schuyler's controversial career, love-hate relationship with her mother and the black community, her second career as a writer, and her eventual death in a helicopter accident. "Her story is very deep, even up to the point where the relationship between her and her mother gets very strained and she chooses to go to Europe and pass as a Spanish woman in order to be able to play, in order to be able to live a more normal life", Keys said, adding that she and Halle Berry hope to start shooting in early 2008. "As of right now, we're still in the first, second draft of the script", she said. "So a little bit of time – at least a year".

Besides being a musician, Keys is also an active philanthropist. She is a spokeswoman of the charity Keep a Child Alive. Keys and U2 lead singer Bono recorded a cover version of Peter Gabriel and Kate Bush's "Don't Give Up", in recognition of World AIDS Day 2006. Keys and Bono's version of the song has been retitled "Don't Give Up (Africa)", to show the two musicians' support for helping to raise awareness of people living with HIV and AIDS and acknowledging the twenty-five million Africans (forty million people worldwide) living with the disease. Cingular Wireless announced the debut of an exclusive Music Tone ringtone available only through the Cingular Sounds music program, 100 percent of the proceeds from the ringtone sales will go to Keep a Child Alive, a non-profit organization that provides life-saving AIDS medicines directly to children and families with HIV/AIDS in Africa.

Keys has visited African countries such as Uganda, Kenya, and South Africa to promote care for children affected by AIDS. Keys, the global ambassador and co-founder of Keep a Child Alive, will jet in on a four-day working visit on April 9, to bolster the HIV/AIDS crusade and give a ray of hope to families and children devastated by the scourge. Keys will visit sites funded by the organization "and bring footage home to the American public to encourage them to do more to help", according to a KACA statement. Throughout her visit, a film crew will follow and document the progress at both of these facilities for American news outlets.

Keys is also a spokewoman for Frum tha Ground Up, which is a charity devoted to inspiring, encouraging and motivating American youths to achieve success on all levels. Keys also participated in other humanitarian efforts in 2005 by performing at several exclusive concerts and television shows. On July 2, Keys performed in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, as part of the worldwide Live 8 concerts. The mission of the concerts was to raise awareness of the on-going poverty in Africa and to pressure the G8 leaders to take action by doubling aid, canceling debt, and delivering trade justice for Africa. In August 2005, Keys performed on ReAct Now: Music & Relief, a benefit program shown on music video channels to raise money for those affected by Hurricane Katrina. The following month, Keys performed at Shelter from the Storm: A Concert for the Gulf Coast, another Hurricane Katrina benefit concert.

Discography
Further information: Alicia Keys discography


Albums
Cover Information
Songs in A Minor
Released: June 5, 2001
Chart positions: #1 U.S., #1 U.S. R&B, #6 UK, #3 AUS, #2 CAN
U.S. certification: 6x Platinum
U.S. sales: 6 million
Worldwide sales: 11 million


The Diary of Alicia Keys
Released: December 2, 2003
Chart positions: #1 U.S., #1 U.S. R&B, #13 UK, #22 AUS
U.S. certification: 4x Platinum
U.S. sales: 4.5 million
Worldwide sales: 8 million


Unplugged
Released: October 11, 2005
Chart positions: #1 U.S., #1 U.S. R&B, #52 UK, #33 AUS
U.S. certification: Platinum
U.S. sales: 1 million
Worldwide sales: 1.5 million


Number-one singles
Year Single Chart positions
U.S. U.S. R&B U.S. dance AUS
2001 "Fallin'" 1 1 — 7
2003 "You Don't Know My Name" 3 1 — —
2004 "If I Ain't Got You" 4 1 — —
"Diary" (featuring Tony! Toni! Toné!) 8 2 1 —
"My Boo" (with Usher) 1 1 — 1


Books
Keys, Alicia (2001). Songs in A Minor. Hal Leonard Corporation. ISBN 0634037765.
Keys, Alicia (2004). The Diary of Alicia Keys. Hal Leonard Corporation. ISBN 0634077643.
Keys, Alicia (2004). Tears for Water: Songbook of Poems and Lyrics. G. P. Putnam's Sons. ISBN 0425205606.
Keys, Alicia (2006). Unplugged. Hal Leonard Corporation. ISBN 1423408225.
Keys, Alicia (2006). How Can I Keep from Singing?: Transforming the Lives of African Children and Families Affected by AIDS. Umbrage. ISBN 1884167608.


Tours
2001: Tour in USA
2001-2002: European Tour
2004: Asian/Australian Tour
2004: The Verizon Ladies First Tour (with Beyoncé and Missy Elliott)
2004: European Tour
2005: The Diary Tour in USA


Alicia Keys Casting Credits


Glory Road (2006) (writer: "Sweet Music (One of These Days)") (performer: "Sweet Music (One of These Days)", "People Get Ready", "I Will Make the Darkness Light") (producer: "Sweet Music (One of These Days)", "People Get Ready", "I Will Make the Darkness Light")
Be Cool (2005) (writer: "Ain't No Reason")
The 47th Annual Grammy Awards (2005) (TV) (performer: "Georgia On My Mind", "If I Ain't Got You", "Across the Universe")
Coach Carter (2005) (performer: "You Don't Know My Name") ("You Don't Know My Name")
The 2004 Billboard Music Awards (2004) (TV) (performer: "Karma")
"Como uma Onda" (2004) TV Series (performer: "My Boo")
Taxi (2004/I) (writer: "Heartburn") (performer: "Heartburn")
... aka New York Taxi (France)
... aka Taxi 2004 (UK: promotional title)
"Six Feet Under" (1 episode, 2004)
- Parallel Play (2004) TV Episode ("Samsonite Man")
Hollywood Homicide (2003) (writer: "A Woman's Worth") (performer: "A Woman's Worth")
Drumline (2002) (writer: "Butterflyz") (performer: "Butterflyz")
"Friends" (1 episode, 2002)
- The One with the Birthing Video (2002) TV Episode (performer: "Fallin'")
Is It College Yet? (2002) (TV) (writer: "A Woman's Worth") (performer: "A Woman's Worth")
... aka Daria in Is It College Yet? (USA: complete title)
... aka Daria: Is It College Yet? (USA: promotional title)
... aka Daria: Is It College Yet? - An MTV Movie (USA: video box title)
Ali (2001) (writer: "Fight") (performer: "Fight") (producer: "Fight")
Dr. Dolittle 2 (2001) (writer: "Rear View Mirror") (performer: "Rear View Mirror")
... aka DR.2 (USA: promotional abbreviation)
... aka DR2 (USA: promotional abbreviation)
The Nanny Diaries (2007) (completed) .... Lynette
Smokin' Aces (2006) .... Georgia Sykes
"American Dreams" .... Fontella Bass (1 episode, 2003)
... aka Our Generation (Australia) (USA: working title)
- Rescue Me (2003) TV Episode .... Fontella Bass
"Charmed" .... P3 VIP Patron (1 episode, 2001)
- Size Matters (2001) TV Episode (uncredited) .... P3 VIP Patron
"Saturday Night Live" .... Musical Guest (1 episode, 2001)
... aka SNL (USA: informal title)
... aka SNL 25 (USA: alternative title)
- Episode #27.1 (2001) TV Episode .... Musical Guest
"The Cosby Show" .... Maria (1 episode, 1985)
- Slumber Party (1985) TV Episode (as Alicia Cook) .... Maria
Untitled Alicia Keys Project (2006) (TV) (announced) (executive producer)
Glory Road (2006) (featured vocalist)
Be Cool (2005) (thanks)
"106 & Park Top 10 Live" .... Herself (1 episode, 2006)
... aka 106 & Park (USA: short title)
- 106 and Park World AIDS Day (2006) TV Episode .... Herself
"ABC News Nightline" .... Herself (1 episode, 2006)
... aka Nightline
- Episode dated 5 June 2006 (2006) TV Episode .... Herself
Legends Ball (2006) (TV) .... Herself
37th NAACP Image Awards (2006) (TV) .... Herself
The 48th Annual Grammy Awards (2006) (TV) .... Herself - Presenter
"The View" .... Herself (2 episodes, 2005-2006)
- Episode dated 13 January 2006 (2006) TV Episode .... Herself
- Episode dated 12 October 2005 (2005) TV Episode .... Herself
"Late Show with David Letterman" .... Herself (4 episodes, 2003-2006)
... aka Late Show Backstage (USA: title for episodes with guest hosts)
... aka The Late Show (USA: informal short title)
- Episode dated 12 January 2006 (2006) TV Episode .... Herself
- Episode dated 10 October 2005 (2005) TV Episode .... Herself
- Episode dated 4 January 2005 (2005) TV Episode .... Herself
- Episode dated 15 December 2003 (2003) TV Episode .... Herself
"Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show" .... Herself (4 episodes, 2003-2005)
- Episode dated 14 December 2005 (2005) TV Episode .... Herself
- Episode dated 6 September 2005 (2005) TV Episode .... Herself
- Episode dated 17 November 2004 (2004) TV Episode .... Herself
- Episode dated 8 December 2003 (2003) TV Episode .... Herself
MTV Europe Music Awards 2005 (2005) (TV) .... Herself - Winner (Video Message)
25 Strong: The BET Silver Anniversary Special (2005) (TV) .... Herself/Performer
Usher's Project Restart (2005) (TV) .... Herself
"Total Request Live" .... Herself (1 episode, 2005)
... aka TRL (USA: promotional abbreviation)
... aka Total Request with Carson Daly (USA)
- Episode dated 22 September 2005 (2005) TV Episode .... Herself
React Now: Music & Relief (2005) (TV) .... Herself
The Great Wall Concert (2005) (TV) .... Herself/Performer
MTV Video Music Awards 2005 (2005) (TV) .... Herself - Presenter and Winner
Live 8 (2005) (TV) .... Herself
BET Awards 2005 (2005) (TV) .... Herself
"Russell Simmons Presents Def Poetry" .... Herself (1 episode, 2005)
... aka Def Poetry (USA: short title)
... aka Def Poetry Jam (USA: promotional title)
- Episode #5.2 (2005) TV Episode .... Herself
"Sesame Street" .... Herself (1 episode, 2005)
... aka Open Sesame (New Zealand: English title: new syndication title)
... aka The New Sesame Street (USA: new syndication title)
- Episode dated 9 May 2005 (2005) TV Episode .... Herself
"Live with Regis and Kathie Lee" .... Herself / ... (3 episodes, 2004-2005)
... aka Live with Regis (USA: new title)
... aka Live with Regis & Kelly (USA: new title)
- Episode dated 21 March 2005 (2005) TV Episode .... Herself
- Episode dated 22 December 2004 (2004) TV Episode .... Co-Host
- Episode dated 10 November 2004 (2004) TV Episode .... Herself
The 47th Annual Grammy Awards (2005) (TV) .... Herself - Winner/Performer: 'If I Ain't Got You' and 'Georgia On My Mind'
Super Bowl XXXIX Pre-Game Show (2005) (TV) .... Herself
Super Bowl XXXIX (2005) (TV) .... Herself
"CD:UK" .... Herself (1 episode, 2005)
- Episode dated 22 January 2005 (2005) TV Episode .... Herself
"20h10 pétantes" .... Herself (1 episode, 2005)
... aka 19h10 pétantes (France: new title)
... aka 19h10 pétantes à Cannes (France: festival title)
... aka 19h20 pétantes à Bourges (France: festival title)
... aka Samedi pétantes (France: third season title)
... aka Vendredi pétantes (France: third season title)
- Episode dated 21 January 2005 (2005) TV Episode .... Herself
"The Charlie Rose Show" .... Herself (1 episode, 2005)
- Episode dated 5 January 2005 (2005) TV Episode .... Herself
Rhythm City Volume One: Caught Up (2005) (V) .... Herself (segment "My Boo")
"Top of the Pops" .... Herself (3 episodes, 2002-2004)
... aka All New Top of the Pops (UK)
... aka TOTP
- Episode dated 25 December 2004 (2004) TV Episode .... Herself
- Episode dated 26 March 2004 (2004) TV Episode .... Herself
- Episode dated 25 December 2002 (2002) TV Episode .... Herself
The 2004 Billboard Music Awards (2004) (TV) .... Herself
SingStar Party (2004) (VG) .... Herself
MTV Europe Music Awards 2004 (2004) (TV) .... Herself - Winner and Performer
"The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" .... Herself (3 episodes, 2001-2004)
- Episode dated 12 November 2004 (2004) TV Episode .... Herself
- Episode dated 11 December 2001 (2001) TV Episode .... Herself
- Episode dated 22 June 2001 (2001) TV Episode .... Herself
"The Oprah Winfrey Show" .... Herself (2 episodes, 2004)
... aka Oprah (USA: short title)
- Episode dated 28 October 2004 (2004) TV Episode .... Herself
- Episode dated 5 April 2004 (2004) TV Episode .... Herself
The 2004 World Music Awards (2004) (TV) .... Herself - Performer
MTV Video Music Awards 2004 (2004) (TV) .... Herself - Performer
4th Annual BET Awards (2004) (TV) .... Herself
"Later with Jools Holland" .... Herself (1 episode, 2004)
... aka A Little Later (USA: cut version)
- Episode #23.2 (2004) TV Episode .... Herself
"On-Air with Ryan Seacrest" .... Herself (1 episode, 2004)
- Episode dated 4 May 2004 (2004) TV Episode .... Herself
The 18th Annual Soul Train Music Awards (2004) (TV) .... Herself/Host
"Wetten, dass..?" .... Herself (2 episodes, 2001-2004)
- Wetten, dass..? aus Klagenfurt (2004) TV Episode .... Herself
- Wetten, dass..? aus Böblingen (2001) TV Episode .... Herself
"Parkinson" .... Herself (1 episode, 2004)
- Episode dated 21 February 2004 (2004) TV Episode .... Herself
Brit Awards 2004 (2004) (TV) .... Herself/Nominee
"E! True Hollywood Story" .... Herself (1 episode, 2004)
- Missy 'Misdemeanor' Elliott (2004) TV Episode .... Herself
The 46th Annual Grammy Awards (2004) (TV) .... Herself - Performer: 'A House Is Not A Home'
MTV Backstage at the Grammys 2004 (2004) (TV) .... Herself
"Pulse" .... Herself (1 episode, 2004)
- Episode #1.10 (2004) TV Episode .... Herself
"Lo + plus" .... Herself (1 episode, 2003)
- Episode dated 17 December 2003 (2003) TV Episode .... Herself
"The Proud Family" .... Herself (1 episode, 2003)
- The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly (2003) TV Episode (voice) (as Alicia Keyes) .... Herself
"Friday Night with Jonathan Ross" .... Herself (1 episode, 2003)
- Episode #5.8 (2003) TV Episode .... Herself
The 9th Annual Walk of Fame Honoring Aretha Franklin (2003) (TV) .... Herself/Performer
The 45th Annual Grammy Awards (2003) (TV) .... Herself
Alicia Keys: From Start to Stardom (2003) (V) .... Herself
The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts (2002) (TV) .... Herself
"Millionär gesucht! - Die SKL Show" .... Herself (1 episode, 2002)
- Episode dated 28 September 2002 (2002) TV Episode .... Herself
2nd Annual BET Awards (2002) (TV) .... Herself
Essence Awards (2002) (TV) .... Herself
The 16th Annual Soul Train Music Awards (2002) (TV) .... Herself
"Música sí" .... Herself (1 episode, 2002)
- Episode dated 2 March 2002 (2002) TV Episode .... Herself
33rd NAACP Image Awards (2002) (TV) .... Herself - Performer
The 44th Annual Grammy Awards (2002) (TV) .... Herself
The 29th Annual American Music Awards (2002) (TV) .... Herself - Presenter
MTV Europe Music Awards 2002 (2002) (TV) .... Herself
... aka MTV Europe Music Awards 2002 Barcelona (Europe: English title: complete title)
"America Beyond the Color Line with Henry Louis Gates Jr." (2002) (mini) TV Series .... Herself
VH1/Vogue Fashion Awards (2001) (TV) .... Herself
America: A Tribute to Heroes (2001) (TV) .... Herself/Performer
MTV Video Music Awards 2001 (2001) (TV) .... Herself - Performer
"Live at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame" (2001) TV Series .... Herself - Performer
The 2001 Billboard Music Awards (2001) (TV) .... Herself
"The Film Programme" .... Herself (1 episode)