Jann Arden | Bio, Age, Life Style And Net Worth
Inducted in 2021
Jann Arden is a well-known singer, composer, actress, radio host, and author. Arden, who was reproduced and reared in Alberta, exploded onto the Canadian harmony stage in 1993 with the journal of her debut album Time For Mercy, which featured the breakthrough track “I Would Die For You.” Her follow-up album, Living Under June, had her big hit “Insensitive,” which cemented her place in the Canadian music scene and worldwide. Arden has 14 albums to her credit and 19 top ten songs. Her most recent album, These Are The Days, was published in 2018, and she followed it up with an extremely successful 27-city Canadian tour.
Arden has eight JUNO Awards, including Best New Solo Artist and Songwriter of the Year, ten SOCAN Awards, four Western Canadian Music Awards, a Much Music Video Award, three Prairie Music Awards, and an Alberta Recording Industry Association Award to her name. Arden has also acquired a star on Canada’s Walk of Fame, induction into the Western Canadian Melody Alliance Hall of Popularity and the Canadian Association of Broadcasters and Publications Big Hall of Fame, as well as the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal and the Order of Canada.
Arden, a diverse artist, has had her hit sitcom JANN, in which she stars as a fictionalised version of herself, renewed for a second season. She has formerly operated in sitcoms such as Corner and Ellen Gas, as well as Working Mommy and The Detour, and she traversed the famous City of Canada with The Vagina Monologues.
Arden anchored CBC Radio’s Being Jann, sat in the judge’s chair for Canada Sings, and has appeared as a guest on CBC’s Rick Mercer Report as well as The Social on a regular basis.
Her most recent book, Feeding My Mother: Comfort and Laughter in the Kitchen as My Mom Deals with Memory Loss, spent 21 weeks on The Globe and Mail’s Bestsellers List. If I Knew, Don’t You Think I’d Tell You, I’ll Tell You One Damn Thing, and That’s All I Know are among her previous works, as is her self-penned biography Falling Backwards.
2019 Career Highlights
JANN, starring a fictionalized Arden, will broadcast on CTV.
Arden is appointed to the Order of Canada in 2018.
Arden receives the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee award in 2013comp during an event in Toronto.
Arden’s debut biography, If I Understood, Don’t You Believe I’d Suggest You?, is published in 2002.