October 4, 1991 (31)
Leigh-Anne Pinnock is a British singer, songwriter and a member of the girl group Little Mix. As of 2021, the group have sold over 65 million records worldwide, making them one of the world’s best-selling girl groups of all time.
Besides music, Pinnock is known for her activism in fighting against racism, and in 2020, was awarded the Equality Award for her work towards racial equality in the UK. In 2021, her documentary Leigh-Anne: Race, Pop & Power was nominated for “Best Authored Documentary” at the 26th National Television Awards. In December 2021, she made her acting debut in the film Boxing Day, which marked the first British festive rom-com to be led by an all-black cast.