Bebe Buell

Model

Bebe Buell was born in Portsmouth, Virginia, United States on July 14th, 1953 and is the Model. At the age of 69, Bebe Buell biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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Other Names / Nick Names
Beverle Lorence Buell, Bebe, The Beeb
Date of Birth
July 14, 1953
Nationality
United States
Place of Birth
Portsmouth, Virginia, United States
Age
69 years old
Zodiac Sign
Cancer
Profession
Actor, Composer, Model, Playboy Playmate, Singer, Singer-songwriter
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Bebe Buell Height, Weight, Eye Color and Hair Color

At 69 years old, Bebe Buell has this physical status:

Height
175cm
Weight
62kg
Hair Color
Blonde
Eye Color
Blue
Build
Average
Measurements
35C-24-35"
Bebe Buell Religion, Education, and Hobbies
Religion
Secular Humanist
Hobbies
Not Available
Education
Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, USA (1972)
Bebe Buell Spouse(s), Children, Affair, Parents, and Family
Spouse(s)
Jim Wallerstein
Children
Liv Tyler
Dating / Affair
Todd Rundgren, Steven Tyler (1976), David Bowie, Mick Jagger, John Taylor, Coyote Shivers, Paul Cowsill, Iggy Pop, Elvis Costello, Jimmy Page, Jim Wallerstein (2002-Present)
Parents
Harold Lloyd Buell, Dorothea Johnson
Bebe Buell Career

Buell was discovered by modeling agency executive Eileen Ford after high school graduation at age 17, and relocated to New York City at age 18. She was Playboy magazine's Playmate of the Month for the November 1974 issue; her centerfold was photographed by Richard Fegley. Describing her early years and modeling career, Buell said, "[I wanted] to be a professional singer [which was why] I came to New York—yes, I was a pretty young girl, so I fell into the modeling thing, and [then] I did Playboy, so then the rock stars came a-hunting, as I like to say."

In 1981 Buell recorded a four-song EP on Rhino Records, produced by Rick Derringer and Ric Ocasek, with the Cars serving as her band on two tracks. The rock band the Power Station began in 1984 when her then-boyfriend John Taylor (of Duran Duran fame) pulled some famous friends together to provide backing for another of Buell's musical efforts. She also formed the band the B-Sides in 1980; it disbanded in 1985.

In 1985 Buell started another band, The Gargoyles, and released a couple of singles. A few large record companies showed interest, but the Gargoyles disbanded when Liv Tyler's paternity became public in 1991. Buell withdrew from performing for six years in the 1990s. She managed Liv's career as an international model and actress. She also represented actress Charis Michelsen.

After Liv left home in 1997, Buell recorded a solo effort with producer Don Fleming, released in 2000. She also performed around New York with the Bebe Buell Band and later with Boston musicians The Rudds and the Neighborhoods' drummer Johnny Lynch, forming a new band for a few shows that also included her husband, James Wallerstein.

In May 2009 Buell released her first recording in ten years, the single "Air Kisses for the Masses". She then recorded a 12-song album that can be downloaded on iTunes or Amazon MP3. Buell played a series of live shows in the New York City area to promote the single.

In September 2011 Buell released Hard Love, an aggressive rock album influenced by grunge and glam rock. It was produced by Wallerstein and Stephen DeAcutis. The 11-track record features original songs alongside covers of Gang of Four's "I Love a Man in Uniform" and "Baby Baby" by the English punk rock band the Vibrators.

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