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10 Facts You Didn’t Know About  Naomi Judd

Naomi Judd was an American singer and actress. 


Naomi Judd was born on 11 January 1946 in Ashland, Kentucky, United States.


In 1983, she and her daughter Wynonna formed the duo known as The Judds, which became a very successful country music act, winning five Grammy Awards and nine Country Music Association awards.


Naomi Judd with her daughter Wynonna Judd, Naomi formed the highly successful singing duo known as the Judds.


They won five Grammy Awards and a vast array of other awards and honors. Naomi won a Country Song of the Year Grammy for writing "Love Can Build a Bridge".


Judd created the Naomi Judd Education and Research Fund in 1991 to raise awareness of hepatitis C, and used the strength of her experiences as a spokes-model for the American Liver Foundation. 


From 2003 to 2004, Judd judged the revamped version of Star Search hosted by Arsenio Hall. 


She began Naomi's New Morning, a Sunday morning talk show on the Hallmark Channel, in 2005. 


Judd married her second husband, Larry Strickland of the Palmetto State Quartet, on May 6, 1989. 


Naomi Judd died at the age of 76 on 30-04-2022 in her residence at Leipers Fork, Tennessee, United States. 


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