Ozzy Osbourne is an English singer, songwriter and television personality. He earned popularity since early 1970s as the lead vocalist of the rock band Black Sabbath. Although leaving the band and then reuniting on several occasions, his solo career achieved numerous successes with 11 studio albums released, in which the first seven were awarded multi-platinum certifications in the U.S. For his great contribution, he has received a number of awards, most recently, the Global Icon Award at the 2014 MTV Europe Music Awards.
At the age of 14, he was inspired by the 1963 hit single She Loves You of The Beatles and began raising the dream of becoming a musician. A year later, he dropped out of school and did a number of jobs such as a construction site labourer, trainee plumber, apprentice toolmaker, car factory horn-tuner, and slaughterhouse worker.
In 1971, he was to wed Thelma Riley and adopted her son Elliot Kingsley (born 1966). They had two children, Jessica Starshine Osbourne (born 22 November 1972) and Louis John Osbourne (born 1975) before divorcing in 1982. On 4 July at the same year, he got married to Sharon Arden with three children, Aimee (born 2 September 1983), Kelly (born 27 October 1984) and Jack (born 8 November 1985).