Born on 26 March 1944 in Detroit, Michigan, Diana Ernestine Earle Ross, widely known as Diana Ross, is an American singer and actress.
She became famous as the lead singer of the vocal group the Supremes.
The Supremes became the most successful act from Motown in the 1960s and one of the best-selling girls’ groups in the world of all times.
Ross became a solo career after leaving the Supremes in 1970. She pursued careers in music, television, film, and on stage.
The musical debut album featured the hit single “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” while her acting debut was in Lady Sings the Blues in which her portrayal of Billie Holiday won her the Golden Globe Award and a nomination for the Academy Award.
Diana Ross has a voice that is easily recognizable across the world.
Diana Ross Siblings: Arthur “T-Boy” Ross, Barbara Ross, Rita Ross, Chico Ross, Fred Ross, Jr., Wilbert Ross
Diana Ross is the second oldest of her siblings.
Arthur “T-Boy” Ross was a singer and songwriter who was born on 28 February 1949. Arthur died on 22 April 1996 and left behind a spouse called Patricia Robinson.
Barbara Ross is the oldest of the Ross siblings, she was born on 1 June 1942
Rita Ross was born in Vienna, Austria, and is an American politician who served Michigan Supreme Court Foster Care Review Board.
Chico Ross, not much is known about him other than that he married Canadian actress Tracy Tweed. Tracy Tweed is known for her roles in Night Rhythms (1992), and Live Wire (1992).
Fred Ross, Jr., and Wilbert Ross have kept a very private profile, thus very little is known about them.