- Faith: Buddhism
- Career: Musician
- Birthday: August 17, 1958
- Fun Fact: She has described herself as a Souther Baptist reject in the past, but she has also said that Buddhism helped her face the facts about her drug abuse.
Belinda Carlisle was raised in Southern California and began her music career as a drummer in the Los Angeles punk band the Germs in 1977. She is best known, however, as the lead singer of the Go-Go's, one of the most successful female bands in history. Following the dissolution of the Go-Go's in 1985, Carlisle began working as a solo act. She had several radio hits, including "Mad About You" and "Heaven Is a Place on Earth." She published an autobiography, "Lips Unsealed," in June 2010 and received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for her time with the Go-Go's.
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