Avril Ramona Lavigne (born September 27, 1984) is a Canadian pop rock singer, songwriter, actress and designer of a clothing line called Abbey Dawn. Avril stormed the charts with 17 in 2002 with his first successful album Let Go, which was awarded eight Grammy nominations and has now sold 19 million copies worldwide and over 7 million in the United States . The singles "Complicated" and "Girlfriend" were among the 100 biggest songs of the decade according to Billboard. His second album, Under My Skin, was the first to reach # 1 on the Billboard 200. The album sold 10 million copies. With The Best Damn Thing, her third album, reached the top positions around the globe, giving Lavigne recognition of the best-selling female artist in that year. Despite this, the album was the least sold 7 million copies. Avril has had five number one hits worldwide, including "Complicated" "Sk8er Boi", "I'm With You", "My Happy Ending" and "Girlfriend." The latter was the first single that reached # 1 on the Billboard U.S. Hot 100 and also was the most downloaded song in the world in 2007, and one of the most successful singles in history. Currently Lavigne ended his fourth album Goodbye Lullaby which is mid and the sale of which draws its simple What The Hell and Smile (song). Premiered in March 2010, the single Alice, for the soundtrack of the film Alice in Wonderland. To date, Lavigne has sold over 35 million albums,  making it one of the most successful singers of the last decade worldwide.
Avril made her first television role on Sabrina, the Teenage Witch, playing herself. After this brief appearance, Avril made her debut on the big screen by dubbing in the movie "Over the Hedge (Over The Hedge)" in 2006 and making his debut in Fast Food Nation. In 2009 was launched as an entrepreneur with a clothing line called Abbey Dawn and her first perfume Black Star, followed by her second fragrance Forbidden Rose, in 2010.