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Who is Naomi Judd? What is the Cause of Naomi Judd Death?
Naomi Judd was an American singer, songwriter, and actor and a member of The Judds. In 2022, she and her daughter were inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame. Naomi is also the executive producer of a number of television programs and the author of numerous books.
Naomi Judd Early Life
Naomi Judd was born Diana Ellen Judd on January 11, 1946, in Ashland, Kentucky, to Pauline Ruth ‘Polly’ and Charles Glen Judd. Brian, her younger brother, died of leukemia when he was seventeen years old in 1965. Judd raised her daughters as a single mother, first studying nursing and then launching a successful singing career.
Naomi Judd Career
She founded the Judds, a popular singing duo with her daughter Wynonna. The Judds had twenty top-10 hits, featuring 15 at number one, and won all 3 major country music awards shows for eight consecutive years.
Furthermore, the duo has received a slew of additional awards and accolades, including five Grammys. Judd received a Grammy for best country song of the year with the Judds’ smash “Love Can Build a Bridge”.
The Judds’ career came to a screeching halt abruptly when Naomi Judd was diagnosed with Hepatitis C after selling over 20 million albums and videos in seven years and at the zenith of their success.
The Judds’ Final Tour was the most successful musical event in cable pay-per-view history, and their farewell show was the most successful musical event ever.
To make people aware of Hepatitis C, Judd established the Naomi Judd Education and Research Fund in 1991. She drew on her personal journey as an American Liver Foundation spokeswoman.
Ashley Judd was a member of The Judds for most of the 1990s before becoming a judge on Star Search. She was nominated for the Academy of Country Music’s top vocal pair of the year in 2001, and she won the Golden Plate Award from the American Academy of Achievement in 1993.
Her first acting role was a brief cameo in More American Graffiti in 1979. Her first film, A Holiday Romance, was released in 1999.
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Naomi Judd’s Net Worth
|Net Worth:||$25 Million|
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|Annual Income:||$2 Million|
What is the Cause of Naomi Judd’s Death?
An autopsy report in the death of country singer Naomi Judd that was obtained Friday by The Associated Press confirmed what family members have already said about how she died. Judd, 76, killed herself with a gun on April 30 at her home in Tennessee.
“We have always shared openly both the joys of being family as well its sorrows, too. One part of our story is that our matriarch was dogged by an unfair foe,” a statement from the family released on Friday read. “She was treated for PTSD and bipolar disorder, to which millions of Americans can relate.”
The autopsy, which is considered a public record in Tennessee, showed several prescription drugs in Judd’s system that is used to treat post-traumatic stress disorder and bipolar disorder.
Naomi and her daughter Wynonna Judd scored 14 No. 1 songs in a career that spanned nearly three decades. Naomi Judd died before she and Wynonna were inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame.
The family has asked for privacy as they mourn and encouraged anyone in a similar crisis to seek help.
Naomi Judd Awards
Naomi received the American Academy of Achievement’s Golden Plate Award in 2013. The Judds received ten Grammy nominations between 1985 and 1992, winning Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal for “Mama He’s Crazy” in 1985.
“Grandpa (Tell Me ‘Bout the Good Ol’ Days)” in 1987, “Give a Little Love” in 1989, and “Love Can Build A Bridge” in 1992, as well as Best Country Song for “Love Can Build A Bridge.”
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