Cindy Valentine was born in Italy and raised in Canada. She attended the Royal Conservatory Of Music in Toronto. She released two solo albums, one hard-rock with CBS Canada entitled "Rock & Roll Heart Attack" in 1984, and one Urban dance on Polygram in 1986 entitled "Secret Rendez-vous". She released a single on Arista Records in 1989 that was in the Billboard top 15 in the top 40 entitled "Pick Up The Pieces To My Heart" and sang three songs on Jellybean's "Spillin' The Beans" album on Atlantic Records. She was signed at age 9 and looked much older than her years - her manager made sure so that she could perform in bars that were unionized. Cindy is also a songwriter for other artists, a filmmaker, and an actress. She has scored and music supervised many movies. She currently goes by her birthname of Cindy Valentine Leone (She is the niece of famed director Sergio Leone).