|Born||April 6, 1978|
|Birthplace||Norfolk, England, United Kingdom|
Myleene Klass was born in Norfolk, England, United Kingdom on April 6, 1978. Myleene Klass has a somewhat limited following on Spotify with only around 2,100 followers and a popularity score of 41 out of 100 as of 2017. Her most popular track on Spotify is "Cinema Paradiso Love Theme" from the album Classical Chillout. Myleene Klass's Instagram account (@myleeneklass) has a slightly small audience with around 217,000 followers. Her recent posts to Instagram have gotten around 1,600 likes each. Myleene Klass got a film credit for the movie Igor.
Myleene Klass Popular Songs
Cinema Paradiso Love Theme
For The Love Of A Princess - (From "Braveheart")
Hollywood Classics: Music From The Movies
Sleep: 111 Pieces Of Classical Music For Bedtime
J.S. Bach: Toccata And Fugue In D Minor, BWV 565
Epic & Dramatic
If You're Not The One
Pavane Opus 50 : Pavane - Moving On
Satie: Gymnopedie - Live the dream
Dream with Classical Music
Power To The People - People of Planet Earth Mash Mix 2
Power To The People.fm World Peace
As of 2017, Myleene Klass has 2,100 followers and a popularity score of 41 on Spotify. Classical Chillout, Hollywood Classics: Music From The Movies, and Sleep: 111 Pieces Of Classical Music For Bedtime are some of the more popular Myleene Klass albums. Notable tracks from these albums include Cinema Paradiso Love Theme, For The Love Of A Princess - (From "Braveheart"), and Le Onde. Cinema Paradiso Love Theme is the most popular track from Myleene Klass, scoring 41 out of 100 on the popularity scale. For The Love Of A Princess - (From "Braveheart") and Le Onde have popularity scores of 27 and 20, respectively. The Spotify popularity score is on a scale from 0 to 100 and reflects the number of times the song has been played and how recently it has been played.
Myleene Klass Movies
There is only one movie featuring Myleene Klass as of 2017. Igor is the only recent movie featuring Myleene Klass. Myleene Klass appeared as Dr. Holzwurm in Igor, released in 2008.