- In high school, Tori was voted Homecoming Queen, Choir Flirt, and Most Likely To Suceed.
- Chosen by People magazine as one of the 50 Most Beautiful People in the World. 
- She gave birth to a 7 pound, 1 ounce baby girl, named 'Natashya Lorien'. [5 September 2000]
- Born at 1:10 PM EST
- Her father is Methodist minister Dr. Rev. Edison Amos of Rockville, Maryland. His commentary on the second amendment is featured in sound clips on her song "Happiness is a Warm Gun" (a Beatles cover).
- Set to release her new album "Scarlet's Walk" in October 2002.
- Resides in Cornwall, England and West Palm Beach, Florida.
- Her husband is from England.
- Has received 7 Grammy nominations, sold close to 20 million albums worldwide (despite recieving little, if any mainstream airplay) and according to VH1, is the 77th greatest woman in rock n' roll history.
- Toured with Alanis Morissette in 1999.
- Ranked #71 on VH1's 100 Greatest Women of Rock N Roll
- Is good friends with Trent Reznor, who sang the background vocals on her song "Past the Mission" from her album "Under The Pink".
- Lost her older brother, Michael Amos, in a tragic car accident in November of 2004.
- Close friend of writer Neil Gaiman, who dedicated to her the character of "Delirium" in his comic saga "Sandman".
- She is famous for her skill to play covers of famous songs on the piano. Her first strike was the piano cover of "Smells Like Teen Spirit". At her concerts, there is always the Tori Amos Pianobar Moment, where she plays covers requested by her fans.
- Is part Cherokee Indian on her mother's side. She often has Indian influences in her songs, esp. on the album "Scarlet's Walk", which includes the song "Wampum Prayer", a tribute to her heritage.
- Was considered for the part of Sarah in The Crow: City of Angels (1996)
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