Nina Woodford

nata il 13.7.1979

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Nina Woodford

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Nina Woodford-Berger is a London-based Swedish song writer.

Due to her sisters boyfriend, who was a producer, Nina started singing backup for Swedish artists such as Eric Gadd, E-Type, The Navigators.[1] and international artists recording in Stockholm, as in the case of Britney Spears debut album Oops!... I Did It Again.[2] She started to make suggestions on how to improve the songs lyrics and the sisters boyfriend encouraged her to start writing songs.[3] Woodford also tried a hand at acting in the mid 90s and played smaller parts in a handful of Swedish TV and film productions.[4]

At age 25 she moved to London and started working her way up as a song writer from the bottom. Woodford has written songs for Tom Jones, Leona Lewis, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, British TV Show Britannia High, Australian singers Cassie Davis and Holly Valance, Christina Milian, The Saturdays, Sugababes and Jay Sean.[5]

Her biggest hit to date is Broken Strings the third single by James Morrison from his second studio album Songs for You, Truths for Me. The song is a duet with Canadian pop/R&B singer-songwriter Nelly Furtado.[5]

Personal life

Nina grew up in Stockholm's Södermalm borough. Today she lives in Los Angeles and is married to record producer Greg Wells.


  • 2010 SKAP prize, an award designated to Swedish pop music writers.[6]


  1. | Murlyn. Retrieved on 2010-07-09.
  2. Britney Spears - Oops!...I Did It Again (CD, Album) at Discogs. Retrieved on 2010-06-09.
  3. Svenska Nina Woodford ligger bakom flera kända låtar | SvD ((Swedish)). Retrieved on 2010-06-09.
  4. Nina Woodford-Berger at the Internet Movie Database
  5. 5.0 5.1 Steffen Hung. Nina Woodford. Retrieved on 2010-06-09.
  6. 22. SKAP - Mauro Scocco, Amanda Jenssen, Andreas Kleerup, Anna Järvinen, Oskar Linnros, Melissa Horn och Anders Eljas bland årets SKAP-stipendiater. Retrieved on 2010-06-09.

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