Cyndi Lauper Awards



  • Cyndi Lauper
    • Famous as : Singer, songwriter, actress
    • Birth Name : Cynthia Ann Stephanie Lauper
    • Birth Date : June 22, 1953
    • Birth Place : Ozone Park, Queens, New York, USA
    • Spouse : David Thornton (actor, since 24-Nov-91)
    • Claim to Fame : Debut album "She's So Unusual" (1983)

Cyndi Lauper Awards

  • American Music Awards

    • 1985
    • Won American Music Award 
    • Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist
    • 1985
    • Won American Music Award 
    • Favorite Pop/Rock Female Video Artist
  • Annie Awards

    • 2015
    • Got nomination for Annie Award 
    • Outstanding Achievement, Voice Acting in an Animated Feature Production
    • for Henry & Me (2014)
  • Emmy Awards

    • 1995
    • Won Emmy 
    • Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series
    • for Mad About You (1992) (TV)
    • 199
    • Got nomination for Emmy 
    • Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series
    • for Mad About You (1992) (TV)
  • Grammy Awards

    • 2014
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best Musical Theater Album
    • for "Kinky Boots"
    • shared with Stephen Oremus; William Wittman; Sammy James Jr.
    • 2011
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Traditional Blues Album
    • for "Memphis Blues"
    • shared with Stephen Oremus; William Wittman; Sammy James Jr.
    • 2009
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Electronic / Dance Album
    • for "Bring Ya to the Brink"
    • shared with Stephen Oremus; William Wittman; Sammy James Jr.
    • 2005
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocalist(s)
    • for "Unchained Melody"
    • shared with Steve Gaboury, Don Sebesky
    • 1999
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Dance Recording
    • for "Disco Inferno"
    • shared with Steve Gaboury, Don Sebesky
    • 1990
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Rock Vocal Performance - Female
    • for "I Drove All Night"
    • shared with Steve Gaboury, Don Sebesky
    • 1987
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Rock Vocal Performance - Female
    • for "911"
    • shared with Steve Gaboury, Don Sebesky
    • 1987
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Pop Vocal Performance - Female
    • for "True Colors"
    • shared with Steve Gaboury, Don Sebesky
    • 1986
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Rock Vocal Performance - Female
    • for "What a Thrill"
    • shared with Steve Gaboury, Don Sebesky
    • 1985
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best New Artist
    • for "What a Thrill"
    • shared with Steve Gaboury, Don Sebesky
    • 1985
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Pop Vocal Performance - Female
    • for "Girls Just Want to Have Fun"
    • shared with Steve Gaboury, Don Sebesky
    • 1985
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Song of the Year
    • for "Time After Time"
    • shared with Rob Hyman
    • 1985
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Record of the Year
    • for "Girls Just Want to Have Fun"
    • shared with Rob Hyman
    • 1985
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Album of the Year
    • for "She's So Unusual"
    • shared with Rob Hyman
  • MTV Video Music Awards

    • 1987
    • Got nomination for MTV Video Music Award 
    • Best Female Video
    • for "True Colors"
    • shared with Rob Hyman
    • 1985
    • Got nomination for MTV Video Music Award 
    • Best Female Video
    • for "She Bop"
    • shared with Rob Hyman
    • 1984
    • Won MTV Video Music Award 
    • Best Female Video
    • for "Girls Just Want to Have Fun"
    • shared with Rob Hyman
    • 1984
    • Got nomination for MTV Video Music Award 
    • Viewer's Choice
    • for "Girls Just Want to Have Fun"
    • shared with Rob Hyman
    • 1984
    • Got nomination for MTV Video Music Award 
    • Best Overall Performance
    • for "Girls Just Want to Have Fun"
    • shared with Rob Hyman
    • 1984
    • Got nomination for MTV Video Music Award 
    • Best Concept Video
    • for "Girls Just Want to Have Fun"
    • shared with Rob Hyman
    • 1984
    • Got nomination for MTV Video Music Award 
    • Best New Artist
    • for "Time After Time"
    • shared with Rob Hyman
    • 1984
    • Got nomination for MTV Video Music Award 
    • Best New Artist
    • for "Girls Just Want to Have Fun"
    • shared with Rob Hyman
    • 1984
    • Got nomination for MTV Video Music Award 
    • Best Female Video
    • for "Time After Time"
    • shared with Rob Hyman
    • 1984
    • Got nomination for MTV Video Music Award 
    • Video of the Year
    • for "Girls Just Want to Have Fun"
    • shared with Rob Hyman
  • Tony Awards

    • 2013
    • Won Tony Award 
    • Best Original Score (Music and/or Lyrics) Written for the Theatre
    • for "Kinky Boots"
    • shared with Rob Hyman
  • Women in Film Crystal Awards

    • 1985
    • Won New Directions Award 
    • Best Original Score (Music and/or Lyrics) Written for the Theatre
    • for "Kinky Boots"
    • shared with Rob Hyman


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