Jul. 20th, 1978
Los Angeles, California, USA
Elliott Yamin's Main TV Roles[no roles found]
Main Movie Roles
- Was scheduled to sing the National Anthem and "God Bless America" at the Washington Nationals' new stadium in D.C. on opening night (March 31st, 2008), the day his mother died. He was replaced by Denyce Graves.
- The song he sang to win $1,000 for Richmond Idol was Brian McKnight's "One Last Cry".
- The July 2006 issue of Richmond Magazine, which featured Elliott wearing a shirt with the number 3 on it, sold 144,000 copies in 4 days. Normally, the magazine sells 31,000 copies in a monthly period.
- Is the first American Idol contestant to do an autograph signing at the Virgin Megastore in Times Square.
- On AmericanIdol.com's Top 20 highest-rated performances of season 5, Elliott got the most with 9. Behind him was Taylor with 7.
- Occasionally sat in with a jazz/funk band called Big Pat & Legion in Richmond.
- At the American Idol finale, sang "A House Is Not a Home" in the Burt Bacharach medley and U2's "One" with Mary J. Blige.
- Favorite film: Coming to America (which featured choreography by Paula Abdul)