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Over a career spanning 60 years, Richard has amassed many gold and platinum discs and awards, including two Ivor Novello Awards and three Brit Awards.
More than 130 of his singles, albums and EPs have reached the UK Top 20, more than any other artist.
His 1958 hit single "Move It" is often described as Britain's first authentic rock and roll song; in the opinion of John Lennon of the Beatles, "before Cliff and the Shadows, there had been nothing worth listening to in British music".
Increased focus on his Christianity and subsequent softening of his music led to a more middle-of-the-road image and he sometimes ventured into contemporary Christian music.
He has remained a popular music, film, and television personality in Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Northern Europe and Asia, and retains a following in other countries.
Richard has been a resident in the United Kingdom for most of his life, though in 2010, he confirmed that he had become a citizen of Barbados.
The 1950s entrepreneur Harry Greatorex wanted the up-and-coming rock 'n' roll singer to change from his real name of Harry Webb.
The name Cliff was adopted as it sounded like "cliff face", which suggested "Rock".
Like previous British rockers such as Tommy Steele and Marty Wilde, Richard adopted Elvis-like dress and hairstyle.
In 1959, the Shadows (then still the Drifters) landed an EMI recording contract of their own, for independent recordings.
That year, they released three singles, two of which featured double-sided vocals and one of which had instrumental A and B sides.
Cliff Richard was born Harry Rodger Webb in British India at King George's Hospital, Victoria Street, in Lucknow, which was then part of British India.
His parents were Rodger Oscar Webb, a manager for a catering contractor that serviced the Indian Railways, and the former Dorothy Marie Dazely.