Sings Johnny Depp

Depp wants to get started as a singer: Radio Lozärn introduces Johnny Depp

Actually, Johnny Depp is known as an actor in Hollywood. But the 57-year-old can also sing. Since 2015 he has been a member of the rock supergroup “Hollywood Vampires”, which was founded in the 1970s by Alice Cooper and Ringo Starr, among others.

In June 2019 they released their second album “Rise” in the current constellation. The actor sings the song "Heroes" by David Bowie on the album. The year before he was even able to look forward to his first music award: The Hollywood Vampires were honored for the best show in Wembley by fan voting.

Among the highest paid actors

Johnny Depp has been one of the highest paid actors in Hollywood since 2008. He became internationally known in the late 1980s through the television series 21 Jump Street. His popularity increased with the portrayal of the eccentric Captain Jack Sparrow in the pirate series Pirates of the Caribbean. Depp, who in his films primarily embodies unusual and extravagant characters as well as real people from the past and present, was named in 2008 for his role in Sweeney Todd - The Devilish Barber from Fleet Street as the best leading actor in a comedy or musical with a Golden Globe award. In addition, he has been nominated three times for an Oscar, another nine times for a Golden Globe, four times for the Screen Actors Guild Award and five times for the Saturn Award.

Bad divorce battle in England

Johnny Depp and Amber Heard have been fighting a bitter war of roses since their divorce in 2017. On Tuesday (July 7th) the trial began in London of the newspaper "The Sun", which Depp called a "woman thug". Depp is suing the publisher of the British tabloid "The Sun" over an article alleging that he physically abused his ex-wife Amber Heard, 34. "These are all lies," said the lawyers. Depp "is not a woman beater and has never been". Instead, they accused his ex-partner Heard of fabricating stories of serious violence in the relationship. "It was she who was violent towards him," said attorney David Sherborne.