Melanie Blatt Biography
As a child, Melanie Blatt attended the Fitzjohns Primary School, where her teacher noticed her singing talent and encouraged her parents to enroll her to a stage school. In 1986, she attended the Sylvia Young Theatre School where she played the role of Eponine in the production of Les Miserables. She was also the understudy for Cosette while playing the role of Eponine. That same year, she was diagnosed with Scoliosis was brought to France for treatment.
In 1993, she joined the band Drive with Guillauem. The band recorded the song Curfew, which she also performed in the Access All Areas television program. She was also a back up singer for Dreadzone and for Denise van Outen.
That same year, Melanie Blatt met Shaznay Lewis at a recording studio in All Saints Road. They then formed the band All Saints 18.104.22.168, together with Simone Rainford. When Simone Rainford left the group and Natalie and Nicole Appleton joined, they then changed the name to only All Saints.
In 2000, Melanie Blatt was seen in the film by Dave Stewart, Honest, where she starred alongside band members Natalie Appleton and Nicole Appleton. The following year, she was seen in the movie Dog Eat Dog.
With the breakup of the band All Saints, Melanie Blatt went solo and her TwentyFourSeven reached the 6th spot on the charts. Her See Me song was featured in the soundtrack of the film Robots in 2005.
In 2005, Melanie Blatt played on several venues in England and sang songs from her album, including In Your Arms, Now Youre Gone, Love Sweet Love, I Dont Mind and Lullaby. Then in 2006, All Saints decided to reunite and release a new album, Studio 1. With the reunion and new album of All Saints, her album was temporarily shelved.
In 2007, Melanie Blatt was seen in TRL Italy and prior to that, in 2006, she was seen in Quelli che... il calico, Children in Need, The Xtra Factor, Friday Night with Jonathan Ross and Ant & Decs Satruday Night Takeaway.