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Diane Warren (born 7 September 1956; age 67) is the composer of the theme song for Star Trek: Enterprise. She shared an ASCAP Award and, as well, received her Hollywood Walk of Fame star on 31 January 2001 for her work.

Born in Van Nuys, Los Angeles, California, she is a well-known songwriter whose music has been recorded by Mariah Carey, Natalie Cole, Cher, Joss Stone, Bon Jovi, Vixen, Chicago, Gloria Estephan, Celine Dion, and Christina Aguliera, among many other pop and rock artists of the 1980s to the present.

She has also co-written songs with Michael Bolton, Desmond Child, and several of the artists who have performed her music, including Carey and Jon Bon Jovi and Richie Sambora of Bon Jovi.

Warren has received several nominations for her songwriting, including six Academy Award nominations, and seven for Grammy Awards. She was inducted into the Songwriter's Hall of Fame in 2001, the year Enterprise debuted.

She was the first songwriter in the history of Billboard magazine's famous music charts to have seven different songs, all performed by different artists listed in their survey at the same time.

Her songs have been featured in over seventy films and television series.

Warren's first songwriting success came with the Laura Branigan hit, Solitaire; which reached the number seven position on the Billboard charts in 1983.

Most of Diane Warren's songs deal with love and romance. And several of them deal with lost love, broken relationships, or the problems faced by young lovers. Even so, Warren has been quoted as saying she has never been in love and does not enjoy dating.

In 2011 Warren received a Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song – Motion Picture for "You Haven't Seen The Last Of Me" from the musical Burlesque. In 2015 she received a Grammy Award nomination for her song "Til It Happens To You" from The Hunting Ground in the category Best Song Written for Visual Media, performed and co-written by Lady Gaga. [1]


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