Macy Gray born Natalie Renee McIntyre is a famous American actress and singer. She was born on the 6th of September, 1967 in Canton, Ohio.
He was raised by her mother Laura McIntyre who was a math teacher and her stepfather Otis Jones who was a steelworker. She has two siblings; a sister who is a biology teacher and a younger brother called Nate who owns a gym in West Philadelphia.
She began learning the piano when was only seven years old. Macy is a graduate of the University of Southern California where she pursued a degree in Scriptwriting.
Her singing style which was heavily influenced by Billie Holiday and her distinct raspy voice makes her unique in the music world.
Macy has gone on to release ten studio albums and has won one Grammy Award with five nominations. She has featured in a number of films notably; Spider-Man, Idlewild, For Colored Girls, Training Day, The Paperboy among many others.
What Disease Does Macy Gray Have?
Macy has been diagnosed with Bipolar disease and she has on many occasions spoken of her diagnosis. The artist has founded an organization that assists people with mental illness financially.