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birth date:
May 23, 1974

birth place:
Payson, Utah, USA

Her sexy guitar-playing, unique face, meaningful lyrics, and distinct voice, this folk/rock singer is one precious gem.

Alaska's most famous artist, Jewel Kilcher has triumphed from her days of living in a van thanks to "You Were Meant For Me" and "Who Will Save Your Soul".


. Jewel Kilcher

Ride with the Devil (1999)

Title: Ride with the Devil
Released: 1999
Genre: Drama / Romance / Western
Runtime: 138 min
Country: USA
Language: English

Plot Summary: Jake Roedel and Jack Bull Chiles are friends in Missouri when the Civil War starts. Women and Blacks know their place. Jack Bull's dad is killed by Union soldiers, so the young men join the Bushwhackers, irregulars loyal to the South. One is a Black man, Daniel Holt, beholden to the man who bought his freedom. They skirmish then spend long hours hiding. Sue Lee, a young widow, brings them food. She and Jack Bull become lovers, and when he's grievously wounded, Jake escorts her south to a safe farm. The Bushwhackers, led by men set on revenge, make a raid into Kansas. At 19, Jake is ill at ease with war. As his friends die one after another, he must decide where honor lies.

Comments: Exciting and well done on all accounts! I enjoyed this film very much.Tobey Maguire gives a terrific performance as Jake. He has got to be one of the best actors I have seen. And I was surprised there were so many humorous lines throughout the film. He was extremely good at this too although I have never seen him deliver a comic line before. The film gets you involved with the characters and really makes you wonder what is to become of them all. I did not know what to expect from Jewel's performance but I think she did rather well. Lots of exciting scenes. A thoroughly good ride. I am absolutely a fan of Maguire's. Check out Cider House Rules. One of the all time Best Ever.

Scene Description: Singer Jewel almost exposing a nipple as she unbuttons her top to breast-feed a baby.

..Movie Stills

Her father taught music in elementary schools.

Dating champion rodeo cowboy Ty Murray. [October 1999]

Dated 'Christopher Douglas' [1999]

Dated Sean Penn, who also directed a music video for her song "You Were Meant For Me." [1997]

On behalf of the Everyday Angels, The International Star Registry redesignated the star number Ursa Minor 15h38m42s 75°58'37'' to the name Jewel Kilcher (Jewel of the North). [23 May 1997]

Her grandfather helped draft the Alaska state constitution.


Is able to speak some Swedish. When she was 18 she had a Swedish boyfriend, named Musse, whom she learned it from. She also wrote him a lullaby song in Swedish which she has performed at concerts and on TV appearances.

Learned to play the guitar at age 16.

Broke collarbone and rib when thrown from a colt at the Stephenville, Texas ranch of her rodeo-star boyfriend star Ty Murray, April 24, 2002. Murray is 7-time winner of rodeo's all-around world title.

Attended the world-renowned Interlochen Arts Academy in Interlochen, Michigan.

Personal quotes

"Love bravely, live bravely, be courageous, there's really nothing to lose. There's no wrong you can't make right again, so be kinder to yourself, you know, have fun, take chances. There's no bounds."

"Cynicism isn't smarter, it's only safer. There's nothing fluffy about optimism."

"[about her song "Daddy"] "I was seven years old and went to a friend's house for dinner. (...) The father came and turned the TV off and punished the children because they weren't allowed to watch black people on TV."

"We are each others angels in the way that we answer each others prayers and we can also make each others lives miserable."

"What we call human nature in actuality is human habit."

"We are loved beyond our ability to comprehend."

"In silence you hear who you are becoming. You create yourself."

"The things you fear are undefeatable not by their nature but by your approach."

"People think I'm some kind of hippie. I don't even recycle."

"I rather see the world from another angle."

"We all should choose our friends carefully. I used to think that no one could know me better than somebody else, because you're inside yourself, your body, you can't see yourself. If you think like that, you surround yourself with other people who are willing to tell you who you are, which are usually judgmental people...we should really surround ourselves with the ones that adore us and believe in the highest of us."

"Love bravely, live bravely, be courageous, there's really nothing to lose."

"I was thinking that I might fly today. Just to disprove all the things you say... please be careful with me, I'm sensitive, and I'd like to stay that way."

"I have this theory- that if we're told we're bad, then that's the only ideal we'll ever have."

"Being part of the natural world reminds me that innocence isn't ever lost completely; we just need to maintain our goodness to regain it."

"I'm becoming more and more myself with time. I guess that's what grace is. The refinement of your soul through time."

"I'm having a bad day. I am not size six. My legs are not skinny as sticks, and dammit, someone's got to pay. I'm afraid that I can't satisfy myself and that my happiness depends on someone else. I feel weak, so you're gonna take the fall. You're so small, I feel fat 'cause you're so small, I don't feel anything."

"If I could tell the world just one thing it would be we're all okay, and not to worry cause worry is wasteful and useless in times like these. I won't be made useless, only idle with despair give myself around my faith, lights the darkness most feared. My hands are small I know but they're not yours they are my own, not yours, they are my own, and I'll never be broken."

"In case you failed to notice, in case you failed to see, this is my heart, bleeding before you, this is me down on my knees."

"Maybe I could have loved you better. Maybe you should have loved me more. Maybe our hearts were just next in line. Maybe everything breaks sometime."

"You always feel better when you sing. Music touches people's hearts. You know, it doesn't go through your mental capacity, it just moves you and it will let you cry. It's worth it doing a show and when you touch a crowd and move yourself at the same time. You change lives and you change the world."

"I felt in my life very suffocated and smothered by my circumstance. Your life becomes what you believe. I was living in a house with my mom and my younger brother and we were all sharing rent and wasn't really making rent. Didn't get to eat, I scraped food off of people's plates where I waitressed, I stole toilet paper from fast food restaurants... I got fired from my last job and that was it. My mom was like we're just going to do what we love, and we're gonna just have faith. So I lived in my van, and she lived in her van. And I decided, fine, I'll die, but I want to go to college. I'll die, I don't want to go to work and waitress. I want to do what I love only. I love singing, I never really thought I could make a living at it, it was dreaming. Zen, Buddha, God, Jesus, Trees, whatever is out there, what I want is. I want to make a living doing what I love, you know?"

"You have to realize: ok, I don't know how to solve a political problem, I don't know how to solve the pollution problem... all I know is in my own life, I need to figure out some sense of purpose, I need to figure out how to be happy... and I'm willing to give up looking at all you and trying to do everyone else's laundry and look at myself and what do I need... and that's *profound*. We point so many fingers and go 'this person isn't... are you blah blah blah?" If we all just took care of ourselves it'd be very efficient... all I can do ultimately in my own life... all I can speak is from my experience."

"In the tenth grade, I was fascinated with the question 'what was immortality?' I read numerous philosophies, but the theory which has stayed with me was that of Plato, the Symposium. The idea that through Love and Beauty we achieve immortality. Putting all our soul into our work makes it not only alive with passion and emotion, but it also exists as one of the truest and most honest expressions of self. Making life a beautiful art, the art then retaining life. I still believe Beauty is one of those most important and difficult things to create and express."

"I love life and I love that about people... I adore the human experience, I really adore the darknesses... I love the contradictions of people... I don't mind being sexy and girlish and womanly, and all those things at the same time... smart and very naive, you know those kinds of things, I like them about people... I like our rough edges."

Jewel Kilcher - Filmography
Below is a complete filmography (list of movies she's appeared in)

Ride with the Devil (1999/I) (as Jewel) .... Sue Lee Shelley
Wizard of Oz in Concert: Dreams Come True, The (1995) (TV) (as Jewel) .... Dorothy
... aka Wizard of Oz in Concert, The (1995) (TV) (USA: abbreviated title)

Jewel Kilcher - Notable TV Guest Appearances
"Sharon Osbourne Show, The" (2003) playing "Herself" (as Jewel) 12 January 2004
"Lyon's Den, The" (2003) (as Jewel) in episode: "Ex" (episode # 1.6) 30 November 2003
"Patrick Kielty... Almost Live!" (1999) playing "Herself" (as Jewel) 15 August 2003
"Terry and Gaby Show, The" (2003) playing "Herself" 14 August 2003
"Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The" (1992) playing "Musical Guest" 6 August 2003
"Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn, The" (1999) playing "Herself" 18 June 2003
"American Idol: The Search for a Superstar" (2002) playing "Herself" (uncredited) 1 April 2003
"Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn, The" (1999) playing "Herself" 31 July 2002
"Ray Martin Show, The" (2001) playing "Herself" (episode # 1.4) 22 October 2001
"Speakeasy" (1998) playing "Herself" 28 July 1999
"Holmes" (1989) playing "Herself" 18 March 1999
"Sen kväll med Luuk" (1996) playing "Herself" (episode # 6.2) 11 February 1999
"Saturday Night Live" (1975) playing "Musical Guest" (episode # 24.6) 14 November 1998
"Saturday Night Live" (1975) playing "Musical Guest" (episode # 22.19) 10 May 1997