Minnie Driver

Amelia Driver

Also known as M. Driver
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.minniedriver.com/

Discography of Minnie Driver:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Everything I've Got In My Pocket 3 Audio 2004
2 Invisible Girl 3 Audio 2004
3 Everything I've Got In My Pocket 2 Audio 2004 Liberty EMI Records UK
4 Everything I've Got In My Pocket 4 Audio 2004 Liberty EMI Records UK
5 Everything I've Got In My Pocket 2 Audio 2004 Liberty EMI Records UK
6 Everything I've Got In My Pocket 11 Audio 2004 EMI
7 Everything I've Got In My Pocket 3 Audio 2004 Zoë Records
8 Invisible Girl 2 Audio 2005-01-10
9 Invisible Girl 3 Audio 2004
10 Everything I've Got In My Pocket 11 Audio 2004 Zoë Records
11 Everything I've Got In My Pocket 13 Audio 2004 EMI
12 The Minnie Driver Collection 4 Audio 2014-09-16 Rounder Records


Born on January 31, 1970. Is an English actress and singer-songwriter, born in London. She first came to broad public attention when she played the lead role in Circle of Friends. She was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in the 1997 film Good Will Hunting.

In 2003 and 2004, she had a noted comic recurring role on Will & Grace as Lorraine Finster, Karen's (Megan Mullally) nemesis and daughter of Karen's lover, played by veteran British comic and Monty Python alumnus John Cleese. Driver has also worked on several animated features, including Disney's 1999 version of Tarzan and the dubbed English version of the 1999 Japanese megahit Princess Mononoke.

She began a low-profile return to music in 2000; in 2004 she signed recording contracts with EMI and Rounder Records and performed at SXSW. The contract led to the release of "Everything I've Got In My Pocket", which reached No. 34 in the UK, and a second single, "Invisible Girl" peaking at No.68. An album, Everything I've Got In My Pocket, also reached No. 44 in the UK album chart, backed by a group that includes members of the Wallflowers and Pete Yorn's band. Driver wrote ten of the eleven songs on the album and also covered "Hungry Heart" from Bruce Springsteen's The River.

In 2004, Driver played Carlotta Giudicelli in Joel Schumacher's film of The Phantom of the Opera. Due to the vocal requirements of the role, Driver was the sole cast member to have her voice dubbed. However, she did lend her own voice to "Learn To Be Lonely", a song written by Andrew Lloyd Webber specifically for the film version of his musical.


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