|Origin Stockholm, Sweden|
Instruments Vocals, guitar
Name Sarah Finer
Genres Soul, pop
Website Official website
|Born 14 September 1981 (age 34) (1981-09-14) |
Movies Bert - Den siste oskulden, Karlek deluxe, Elias and the Royal Yacht
Albums Vinterland, Winterland, Sanningen kommer om natten, A Finer Dawn, Moving On
Siblings Rennie Mirro, Zoie Finer
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Sarah Dawn Finer (born 14 September 1981) is a Swedish singer, songwriter and actress. Her father is of English heritage from the United Kingdom, her Jewish mother is from the United States, and she was born and raised in Sweden. As a student she attended the Adolf Fredrik's Music School, a high-profile song-and-chorus school in Stockholm, where she was also President of the students' union. She is also known for playing Lynda Woodruff, the "official" spokesperson of the EBU in Melodifestivalen and the Eurovision Song Contest.
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- Solo music career
- Melodifestivalen participations
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Solo music career
Finer's first EP "Sarah Dawn Finer" with 6 songs, was released in 2006. Her first full-length debut album A Finer Dawn, released 30 May 2007, debuted at number two on the Swedish album charts. The singles from the album were "I Remember Love", "Stockholm by Morning" and "A way back to love".
Her next album Moving On was released on 26 August 2009. The album included the title single "Moving On" and "Does She Know You?" and "Standing Strong". The album Moving On debuted at Number 1 on iTunes in its digital release on 17 August 2009. The CD version was released on 26 August 2009, debuting at Number 1 in the Swedish Charts.
Both the singles "I Remember Love" and "Moving On" were the most played songs on Swedish radio in 2007 and 2009. Her 3rd album "Winterland" also sold gold and debuted at Number 2 on the Swedish charts. She made a holiday special live from Hamburger Börs 2010 for SVT, and went on a critically acclaimed tour with "Winterland" in 2011. Her fourth album was "Sanningen Kommer Om Natten" 2011, which received 5/5 in DI Weekend by Jan Gradvall, after which she went on a critically acclaimed live tour with 2012. She received a songwriting award/scholarship from SKAP in 2012. She has recorded duets with Moneybrother, Peter Jöback, Mauro Scocco, Tommy Körberg, Fatboy, Samuel Ljungbladh and Patrik Isaksson.
She was nominated for "Best Actress in a leading role" for her part as "Lucy" in Jekyll & Hyde at Chinateatern 2008. She also starred as Joanne in "Rent" – the rock musical in 2001, 2002 and 2003 at Göta Lejon, a tour with Riksteatern and at Göteborgs Operan. She starred in "Godspell" the musical at Parkteatern/Stockholms Stadsteater 2002.
"Ugglas Revy" with Magnus Uggla at Chinateatern 2010, "Livet" with Jonas Gardell 2002 and 2003, "Happy Holidays" at The Grand Hotel with Rennie Mirro and Karl Dyall in 2012, "Humorator" at The Grand Hotel in 2006 with Mikael Tornving, Henrik Hjelt, Ulf Kvensler and others.
She was Swedish television's Christmas Host for 2012 on SVT.
Dawn Finer was one of three hosts of the radio/television music aid show Musikhjälpen in December 2013.