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Mark Ronson Mark Ronson

Mark Ronson

St. John's Wood, London, England

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• Is the second cousin once removed of former United Kingdom Secretary of State for Defence, and prominent British politician, Sir Malcolm Rifkind.

• His mother, Ann, was married to musician Mick Jones; the couple, plus Mark and his twin sisters, moved to New York when Mark was 8.

• Appeared in a 1999 Tommy Hilfiger advertisement.

• Began his career in music as a disc jockey in New York.

• Released his debut album, Here Comes the Fuzz, in 2003, featuring artists like Rivers Cuomo and Jack White.

• Formed his own record label, Allido Records, with businessman Rich Kleiman in 2004.

• Co-producer of Amy Winehouse's 2006 album Back to Black, and co-wrote the album's title track.

• Named 2008 Man of the Year by Glamour Magazine.

• Appeared in a 2009 PETA ad with his dog, Maude.

• His 2014 single, "Uptown Funk," featuring vocals from singer Bruno Mars, held the top spot on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart for 14 straight weeks and set a record for most streams in the U.S. over a one-week span.