- First cousin of Whitney Houston.
- Her song "Mr. Kiss Kiss Bang Bang" almost became the theme song for the 007 film Thunderball (1965), but the song is later substituted for the milder "Thunderball" sung by Tom Jones
- On the advice of her numerologist, she added an "e" to her last name and spelled it that way professionally before reverting back to her original spelling.
- Mother of David Elliott, and Damon Elliott.
- Arrested on misdemeanor charge 12 May, 2002 at Miami International Airport for carrying 11 marijuana cigarettes, found in empty lipstick container, less than 5 grams of marijuana. A friend told reporters Warwick uses marijuana to fight effects of glaucoma. On 5 June 2002, AP reports that charges against Warwick were dropped after Miami-Dade County judge agreed to plea bargain deal, which included Warwick's completion of drug treatment program. She did not appear in court, but in a statement said, "To this day, I am puzzled about exactly what happened at the Miami International Airport. But through the grace of God, I can now put this unpleasant chapter behind me." Her plea also included her donation of $250 to a group which supports children born with HIV. Warwick also agreed to make an anti-drug public service announcement directed at youth.
- Celebrity spokesperson for the Psychic Friends Network and hostess for its infomercials in the 1990s.
- Ranked #42 on VH1's Greatest Women of Rock N Roll
- Honorary Member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.
- Although Warwick had a handful of Top Ten hits during the 1960s, many of her songs were not given the chance to shine. Such songs include "Any Old Time of the Day," "Here Where There Is Love," "The Wine Is Young," "Check Out Time," "Wives and Lovers," "Only Love Can Break a Heart," "Knowing When to Leave," "(They Long to Be) Close to You," "Don't Go Breaking My Heart," "Let Me Be Lonely," "Forever My Love," "In the Land of Make Believe," "What the World Needs Now Is Love," "The Look of Love," and "Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head".
- As a teenager, she formed the Gospelaires, with her sister, Dee Dee Warwick, and her aunt, Cissy Houston.
- Graduated from East Orange High School in East Orange, New Jersey in 1959.
- Was named the U.S. Ambassador of Health in 1987.
- In the 1960s, she worked with Burt Bacharach and Hal David who wrote most of her songs.
- Began singing at age 6 at a Baptist church.
- Attended Karen Carpenter's funeral on Tuesday, February 8, 1983. The services were held at United Methodist Church in Downey, California.
- Although her real last name is Warrick, on her first hit record, "Don't Make Me Over", her record company misspelled her name "Warwick" on the label, and she's used it ever since.
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