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Lucie Bílá
Czech actress and singer

Lucie Bílá

Lucie Bílá
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Intro Czech actress and singer
Is Actor Singer
From Czech Republic
Field Film, TV, Stage & Radio Music
Gender female
Birth 7 April 1966, Otvovice
Age 57 years
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Lucie Bílá (born April 7, 1966 as Hana Zaňáková) is a Czech pop singer. According to her label, EMI Czech Republic, the singer has sold over one million albums by now.


Lucie Bílá (born Hana Zaňáková) was born in the town of Otvovice in Czechoslovakia to Czech mother and Slovak father, where she was raised and where she attended a secondary school. Before she became involved in the field of music, she trained to be a seamstress.

Bila's first experiences with show business were as a member of the rock bands Rock-Automat and Arakain. In 1980, she was noticed by Czech music producer Petr Hannig, who created her stage name Lucie Bílá (literally, Lucy White) and penned her first recorded songs. Interestingly, her name change was originally due to confusion with another famous Czech singer, Hana Zagorová. For over three decades, Bílá has had tremendous professional success among Czechs in a broad range of endeavors, starring in the best-known stage musicals in the country, releasing several popular solo albums, and starring in several films and television specials. For several years in a row in the 2000s she topped the list of the most popular Czech singers in the coveted Český slavík awards.

Her personal relationships have been rocky and are perennial tabloid fodder. She and her boyfriend Petr Kratochvíl had a son, Filip, born in 1996. Not long after, he left her for beauty queen finalist Pavlína Babůrkova. In 2002, she was married briefly to musician Stanislav Penk, and in 2006 she married another musician, Václav "Noid" Bárta. The pair divorced in 2008. Her name Hana means "grace" in Hebrew.


Studio albums
  • 1986: Lucie Bílá (I)
  • 1992: Missariel
  • 1994: Lucie Bílá (II)
  • 1998: Hvězdy jako hvězdy
  • 1999: Úplně nahá
  • 2003: Jampadampa
  • 2007: Woman
  • 2009: Bang! Bang!
  • 2012: Modi
  • 2016: "HANA"


  • 1992: Bídníci
  • 1993: Zahrada rajských potěšení
  • 1995: Dracula (225,000 units sold)
  • 1996: Krysař
  • 2000: Johanka z Arku (DVD release charted at #14 on the Czech Video Chart in 2009)
  • 2003: Romeo a Julie
  • 2003: Excalibur
  • 2005: Elixír života
  • 2005: Láska je láska
  • 2008: Němcová!
  • 2008: Carmen
  • 2012: Aida
  • 2014: The Addams Family


Major awards

Year Nominated work Award Category Result Ref
Music awards
1992 "Láska je láska" Gramy (aka
České Gramy)
Song of the Year Won[A]
Missariel Album of the Year Won
Herself Best Female Vocal Performance Won
1993 Won
1994 Won[B]
1995 Won
1996 "Jsi můj pán" Song of the Year Won[C]
1997 "Dívám se, dívám" with Petr Hapka Ceny Hudební akademie (aka Ceny Akademie populární hudby) Won
Duety with Karel Gott Album of the Year Nominated
Herself Best Female Vocal Performance Won
1998 Won
1999 Nominated
2000 Nominated[D]
"Most přes minulost" Song of the Year Nominated
2003 Jampadampa Výroční ceny Akademie populární hudby Anděl (aka Anděl Allianz
aka Ceny Anděl)
Best-selling album - Female Won
Album of the Year - Pop Nominated
Herself Best Female Vocal Performance Nominated
2004 Nominated
2006 www.luciebila.com Website of the Year Nominated
2007 Woman Album of the Year - Pop Nominated
Herself Best Female Vocal Performance Nominated
2009 No[E]
2010 Won
Best Female Singer - Two Decades Won
Theatre awards
2000 Joan of Arc Ceny Thálie Best Female Performance - Operetta/Musical Won
2008 Carmen Nominated
  • A ^ The award in the category of the Best Video won director Filip Renč for "Láska je láska".
  • B ^ "Zahrada rajských potěšení" directed by Filip Renč won the award in the Best Video category.
  • C ^ The video of Bílá's "Ave Maria" directed by František Antonín Brabec won the Best Video category.
  • D ^ According to the results published by Mladá fronta DNES, Bílá finished as the third receiving 16% votes from academics in 2000. While the winner Lenka Dusilová earned 51%, the second nominee Helena Vondráčková scored 33% votes.
  • E ^ Although, the initially published list with featuring five nominees in total included also Bílá, two days later the Akademie populární hudby announced the final list limited to three artists per category. Bílá was not selected, eventually.


Zlatý slavík by Mladý svět weekly
Year Nomination Category Result Ref
1985 Herself People's Choice
- Female Singer
1986 #10
1987 #9
1988 #6
1989 #10
1990 #10
1991 #11
Český slavík
Year Nomination Category Result Ref
1996 Herself People's Choice
- Female Singer
1997 Won
1998 Won
1999 Won
2000 Won
2001 Won
2002 Won
2003 Won
2004 Won
2005 #2[F]
2006 #2[F]
2007 Won
2008 Won
2009 Won
2010 Won
2011 Won
TýTý by Televize weekly
Year Nomination Category Result Ref
1992 Herself People's Choice
- Female Singer
1993 #2
1994 Won
1995 Won
1996 Won[G]
1997 Won[H]
1998 Won[H]
1999 Won[G]
2000 Won[I]
2001 Won[G]
2002 Won
2003 Won
2004 #2
2005 #2
2006 Won
2007 Won
2008 #3
2009 ?
2010 #2
2011 Pending
Žebřík by Report monthly
Year Nomination Category Result Ref
1992 Missariel Best Album #28
Herself Best Act #10
Worst Act #7
Best Female Singer Won
"Láska je láska" Best Song #25
Best Video Won
1993 #9
Herself Best Female Singer Won
1994 #2
Lucie Bílá Best Album #15
"Jinak to nebude" Best Song #14
"Zahrada rajských potěšení" Best Video #4
1995 #7
"Dalekohled" #19
Herself Best Singer #4
Best Personality #8
1996 #6
"Ave Maria" Best Song #11
Best Video #7
"Jsi můj pán" #20
Best Song #26
Herself and BSP Best Live Act #17
Herself Best Female Singer Won
1997 Won
Best Personality #6
Worst Act #15
Herself and Gott Best Live Act #23
"Dívám se, dívám" with Hapka Best Song #18
"Trouba" #27
1998 Best Video #29
Herself Worst Act #10
Best Personality #15
Best Female Singer #2
1999 #4
Best Personality #10
"Čas dluhů" Best Video" #21
2000 Herself Best Female Singer #5
2001 #6
2002 #8
2003 #4
Best Personality #18
Worst Act #20
Jampadampa Best Album #10
"Esemes" Best Video #9
Best Song #18
2004 Herself Best Female Singer #5
2005 #7
2008 #4-5
  • F ^ Both editions, in 2005 and 2006 won Aneta Langerová.
  • G ^ In 1996, 1999 and 2001 Bílá was also classified as the second winner of the poll overall.
  • H ^ As the absolute winner Bílá would be ranked in the 97' edition and in 1998.
  • I ^ In 2000, Bílá finished as the third winner of the poll total.

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