Diane Warren
Warren at the 90th Academy Awards Nominee Luncheon
9 Nominations
Role Songwriter
Born September 7th, 1956
Van Nuys, California, USA

Diane Warren is an American songwriter. Her songs have received six Academy Award nominations, five Golden Globe nominations, including one win, and seven Grammy Award nominations, including one win. She was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2001. Her success in the US has been paralleled in the UK, where she has been rated the third most successful female artist and is the first ever Songwriter in the history of Billboard to have seven hits, all by different artists, on the singles chart at the same time.


60th Academy Awards, 1987
Best Original Song — ""Nothing's Gonna' Stop Us Now"" from Mannequin (1987) (shared with Albert Hammond)
69th Academy Awards, 1996
Best Original Song — ""Because You Loved Me"" from Up Close & Personal
70th Academy Awards, 1997
Best Original Song — ""How Do I Live"" from Con Air
71st Academy Awards, 1998
Best Original Song — ""I Don't Want to Miss a Thing"" from Armageddon
72nd Academy Awards, 1999
Best Original Song — ""Music of My Heart"" from Music of the Heart
74th Academy Awards, 2001
Best Original Song — ""There You'll Be"" from Pearl Harbor
87th Academy Awards, 2014
Best Original Song — ""Grateful"" from Beyond the Lights
88th Academy Awards, 2015
Best Original Song — ""Til it Happens to You"" from The Hunting Ground (shared with Lady Gaga)
90th Academy Awards, 2017
Best Original Song — ""Stand Up for Something"" from Marshall (shared with Lonnie R. Lynn)