|Birth name||Anna Garcia|
|Also known as||Sheree, Anna G|
|Occupation(s)||Actress, singer, model|
|Associated acts||Prince, Dieter Bohlen|
Born in London, England in 1970 to parents of Sicilian, British and American ancestry, Anna spent her younger years in London and the Netherlands. Anna's mother was a singer in various bands in the local London music scene and thus exposed Anna to a variety of musical genres, from Billie Holiday to Madonna.
Anna attended the Sylvia Young Theatre School in London.
At the age of 16, Anna met the musician Prince at his concert in London. At 17, she lived with Prince in Minneapolis, Minnesota. On Anna's 18th birthday, Prince gave her a pink cashmere coat, thus leading to the song "Pink Cashmere" that would be released in 1993. In 1988, under the name Sheree, she recorded a song called "Ronnie – Talk To Russia!", written by German songwriter and former member of Modern Talking, Dieter Bohlen.
Anna inspired the songs "Vicki Waiting" (an 18th-birthday gift for Anna, originally titled "Anna Waiting") and "Lemon Crush" (her favorite drink) on Prince's Batman soundtrack from 1989. She also wrote the song "Fantasia Erotica", which resurfaced on Carmen Electra's debut album in 1992. Liner notes from the Batman soundtrack, released in 1989, credits Garcia as "Anna Fantastic". Anna is featured on the unreleased, Prince Madhouse #3 album, on the 18-minute song "The Dopamine Rush Suite", and is credited as Anna Garcia.
Anna recorded several songs in the early to mid-1990s including "G'Ding – G'Ding (Do You Wanna Wanna?)" in 1990 as Anna G, a remake of Marvin Gaye's "Sexual Healing" in 1994 under her real name, as well as singles in 1995 as part of the groups La Switch ("Kiss Me Baby" and "Never Let You Go!") and Positive Connextion ("My Baby Just Cares For Me").
Anna is the writer and executive producer of a documentary on Michael Jackson entitled Michael Jackson: The Last Photo Shoot,. recorded an album of jazz songs. She has composed music for television shows including The Oprah Winfrey Show and The Dr. Oz Show.
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