Blake Lewis Biography

Blake Lewis


Famous as :


Birth Name :

Blake Colin Lewis

Birth Date :

July 21, 1981

Birth Place :

Bothell, Washington, USA

Claim to fame :

Runner up of 6th season of American Idol



earned his Golden Ticket to Hollywood, Blake was safe from the 1st week through the 8th, but was on the bottom 3 during the Top 7 week, joining Sanjaya Malakar and LaKisha Jones. He, at that time, sang the popular alternative country song “When the Stars Go Blue” initially composed and performed by Ryan Adams, which judge Simon dubbed as “Just OK”. Lucky for him that he wasn't voted off and made it through the finale, crowned as Idol's runner up.

Initially worked on a solo album before joining American Idol competition, the blonde, spikey-haired is willing to have pop, electronic and jazzy hip hop feels with lots of beatboxing to his future album. Tend to perceive “American Idol” as “someone who is a great talent and who communicates well with the audience,” Blake who is the only child in the family, surely has the qualities to become the next starlet the industry should not ignore at all.

Biography was written and copyrighted © by



Topher Grace

Claim fame
As Eric Forman in TV series "That '70s Show" (1998-2006)

New Found Glory

Claim fame
Album "Sticks and Stones" (2002)

Richard Gere

Claim fame
As Julian Kaye in "American Gigolo" (1978)

Kris Jenner

Claim fame
As Herself in "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" (2007) (TV)