Born in 1967, country singer Faith Hill (real name: Audrey Faith Perry) was adopted and raised in the small town of Star, Miss. At the age of 19, Hill moved to Nashville to pursue music and inked her first record deal in 1993 after being discovered at a local cafe by a Warner Bros. executive.
Hill's first single, "Wild One," debuted big on the charts -- remaining at No. 1 for four consecutive weeks after its 1994 release. In the years since, the singer has experienced crossover success with the pop album Faith and hit single "This Kiss" in 1998, among others. To date, Hill has sold over 30 million records, had 13 No. 1 singles and won five Grammys.
In 1996, Hill married fellow country star Tim McGraw after the pair performed together as part of the Spontaneous Combustion tour. Hill joined up again with her husband for 2006's Soul2Soul II tour, which was named country music's highest-grossing tour of all time.
No stranger to the camera, Hill has appeared in numerous television specials and made her silver screen debut in 2004's The Stepford Wives.
Hill and McGraw have three daughters, Gracie, Maggie and Audrey.