Ozzy Osbourne bio, age, education, wife, children, career

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Ozzy Osbourne whose real name is John Michael Osbourne is a British singer, songwriter, and television personality. He got famous as a lead singer of the heavy metal band Black Sabbath in the 1970s. With his unique voice and energetic stage presence, he played a great role in the band’s success. Thereby, he earned the nickname “Prince of Darkness” because of his dark lyrics and image.


However, he was born on December 3rd, 1948. Therefore, he is 75 years years old.


There is not much information available about his educational background. However, it is known that he studied in his hometown of Birmingham, England. Moreover, he did not pursue higher education or enroll in college as he devoted himself to his music career from a young age. He began singing in local bands and eventually formed the band Black Sabbath, which propelled him to fame.

Wife and children to Ozzy Osbourne

So, he got married to Sharon Osbourne in 1982. She is a well-known television personality and music manager. The couple has three children who are; Aimee, Kelly, and Jack Osbourne.

Aimee Osbourne was born on September 2nd, 1983. She is the eldest child. She likes staying away from the public and has pursued a music career.

Kelly Osbourne the second born, was born on October 27, 1984. She is a TV personality, singer, and fashion designer. She has also released her own music.

Jack Osbourne who was born on November 8th, 1985, is a television producer and host. He has also been involved in raising awareness about multiple sclerosis, as he was diagnosed with the disease in the year 2012.

The career of Ozzy Osbourne

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Ozzy has had a long and diverse career as a singer, songwriter, and television personality. He rose to prominence as the lead vocalist of the influential heavy metal band Black Sabbath. This group was formed in the year 1968 and released highly acclaimed albums like “Paranoid,” “Master of Reality,” and “Sabbath Bloody Sabbath.” Moreover, his unique vocals and dark lyrics became synonymous with Black Sabbath’s sound. However, his substance abuse and erratic behavior made him leave the band in 1979. He later rejoined them from 1997 to 2006. This is when they released the album “13.”

After he left Black Sabbath, he started a successful solo career. His debut solo album, “Blizzard of Ozz” 1980, featured popular tracks such as “Crazy Train” and “Mr. Crowley.” additionally, he released more solo albums such as “Diary of a Madman” in 1981, “No More Tears” in 1991, and “Black Rain” in 2007.

In the early 2000s, he got widespread recognition through the reality TV show “The Osbournes” (2002-2005). The show provided a glimpse into the daily lives of Ozzy, his wife Sharon, and their children, showcasing his humorous and eccentric personality. He also made appearances in other television programs and documentaries, further establishing himself in popular culture.

Throughout his career, he collaborated with artists from different genres. He also worked with guitarist Randy Rhoads on his early solo albums. Again, he collaborated with renowned metal musicians like Zakk Wylde and Tony Iommi and made guest appearances on songs by artists such as Post Malone.

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