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American record producer

Born: December 26, 1939, The Bronx, New York, United States

Died: January 16, 2021, French Camp, California, United States

Children: Nicole Audrey Spector, Donte Phillip Spector, Gary Phillip Spector, Phillip Spector Jr., Louis Phillip Spector

Spouse: Rachelle Short (m. 2006–2019), Ronnie Spector (m. 1968–1974)

Albums: Phil Spector: It Felt Like a Kiss (disc 1), Hearts of Stone

Birthday: December 26, 1939

Nationality: American

Died At Age: 81

Sun Sign: Capricorn

Also Known As: Harvey Phillip Spector, Phillip Harvey Spector

Born Country: United States

Born In: New York

Famous As: Record Producer

Jewish Singers Lyricists & Songwriters

Height: 5’5″ (165 cm), 5’5″ Males

Spouse/Ex-: Rachelle Short (M. 2006), Ronnie Spector (M. 1968–1974)

Children: Donte Phillip Spector, Gary Phillip Spector, Louis Phillip Spector, Nicole Audrey Spector, Phillip Spector Jr.

Died On: January 16, 2021

Place Of Death: French Camp, California, U.S.

U.S. State: New Yorkers

Founder/Co-Founder: Warner-Spector Records, Philles Records, Annette Records

Education: Fairfax High School

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Phil Spector’s first wife was singer Annette Merar. After their divorce, he married singer Veronica Bennett in 1968.

The couple, who divorced in 1974, had adopted three children—Donté Phillip Spector, Louis Phillip Spector, and Gary Phillip Spector.

He had twin children—Nicole Audrey Spector and Phillip Spector, Jr. with his girlfriend Janis Zavala.

Phillip Jr. died of leukemia in 1991.

Spector married Rachelle Short in September 2006. This marriage too did not work out and he filed for divorce in April 2016.

In 1974, he met with a serious car accident.

He was about to be declared dead at the spot, when the attending police officer detected a faint pulse.

He was admitted to the hospital with serious head injuries and underwent several hours of surgery.

Phil Spector died in a prison hospital on January 16, 2021, at French Camp, California.

His family attributed his death to complications of COVID-19.

Spector’s first marriage was in 1963 to Annette Merar, lead vocalist of the Spectors Three, a 1960s pop trio formed and produced by Spector. He named a record company after her, Annette Records.

While still married to Merar, he began having an affair with Veronica Bennett, later known as Ronnie Spector.

Bennett was the lead singer of the girl group the Ronettes (another group Spector managed and produced).

They married in 1968 and adopted a son, Donté Phillip Spector.

As a Christmas present, Spector surprised her by adopting twins Louis Phillip Spector and Gary Phillip Spector.

Bennett alleged in her 1990 memoir, Be My Baby: How I Survived Mascara, Miniskirts And Madness, that Spector had imprisoned her in his California mansion and subjected her to years of psychological torment.

According to Bennett, Spector sabotaged her career by forbidding her to perform, and she escaped from the mansion barefoot with the help of her mother in 1972.

In their 1974 divorce settlement, she forfeited all future record earnings and surrendered custody of their children.

She alleged that this was because Spector threatened to hire a hit man to kill her.

Spector’s sons Gary and Donté both stated that their father kept them captive as children, and they were forced to “perform acts” with his girlfriend.

In 1982, Spector had twin children with his girlfriend Janis Zavala: Nicole Audrey Spector and Phillip Spector, Jr.. Phillip Jr. died of leukemia in 1991.

On September 1, 2006, Spector, while on bail and awaiting trial, married his third wife Rachelle Short, who was 26 at the time.

Spector filed for divorce in April 2016, claiming irreconcilable differences.