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Frank Carlton Serafino Ferrana
Sixxdawg Sixx
11 December 1958, San Jose, California, USA
6' 1"
Frank Ferranna II was born to Frank and Deana Ferranno. When Nikki was in his thirties, he found out that he had a sister with down syndrome. She was older than him. The day before he was to meet her for the first time, she passed away. His father left him and his mother soon after he was born. He was often swapped between his mother and his grandparents and moved numerous times to numerous places. His mother was well known for her long list of boyfriends which even included Richard Pryor. He went to seven schools within 11 years. He moved out of his mother's home, living in the streets and sold drugs until he was kicked out. He went to live with his grandparents in Idaho and then to Los Angeles, California. He formed Mötley Crüe in 1981 with 'Tommy Lee (VI)' (qv), 'Mick Mars' (qv), and 'Vince Neil' (qv), after being in several bands, but just after "London". Changed his name to Nikki Sixx legally before joining Crüe. In December of 1987, Nikki was pronounced clinically dead due to an overdose. After the incident, Mötley Crüe went into rehab. Nikki married 'Brandi Brandt' (qv) in 1989. They had 3 children, Gunner Nicholas (b. 1991), Storm Brieanne (b. 1994) and Dekker Nilsson (b. 1995). They divorced in November 1996. One month after the divorce, Nikki married 'Donna D'Errico (I)' (qv) in December 1996 and they had Frankie-Jean Mary (b. 2001). Nikki and Donna briefly separated in 2001 and reconciled months later.
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-   'Donna D'Errico (I)' (qv) (23 December 1996 - 27 June 2007) (divorced); 1 child

-   'Brandi Brandt' (qv) (20 May 1989 - 23 November 1996) (divorced); 3 children


-   Gibson Thunderbird bass guitar

-   Tattoos all over His Body

-   Jet Black Hair


-   Bassist for the glam metal band 'Mötley Crüe' (qv).

-   After being shot full of heroin, actually left his body and, in effect, "died". Was revived by paramedics in the hospital. After this incident, he and the whole band were advised to kick drugs altogether.

-   Before settling on the name Motley Crue, the band considered such names as Trouble, Christmas, Bad Blood, and Suicidal Tendencies (the name of another, as-yet-unknown at the time hardcore L.A. punk band).

-   Father of four children: Gunner Nicholas Sixx (born January 25, 1991), Storm Brieanne Sixx (born April 14, 1994) Dekker Nilsson Sixx (born May 23, 1995) with 'Brandi Brandt' (qv) and Frankie-Jean Mary Sixx (born January 2, 2001) with 'Donna D'Errico (I)' (qv).

-   Briefly engaged to singer 'Vanity (I)' (qv) in 1987.

-   Grew up in Seattle, Washington, moved at 16 years old.

-   Motley Crue was awarded a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for Recording at 6752 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California.


-   Motley Crue. _The Dirt._ New York: ReganBooks, 2001. ISBN 0-06-039288-6

-   Neil Strauss. _The Dirt: Confessions of the World's most Notorious Rock Band._ New York: Regan Books, 2001. ISBN 0-06-039288-6

-   Nikki Sixx. _The Heroin Diaries: A Year in the Life of a Shattered Rock Star._ New York: Pocket Books, 2007. ISBN 0743486285

-   Nikki Sixx. _This Is Gonna Hurt: Music, Photography and Life Through the Distorted Lens of Nikki Sixx._ New York: William Morrow, 2011. ISBN 0062061879


-   I woke up the next morning... the needle... was still in my arm.

-   I hate things that are diluted - I mean, you don't mix Jack Daniel's with Coke. That's a sin!


-   (August 2003) Currently making music with another band called Brides of Destruction.

-   (September 2004) Will publish his memoirs "The Heroin Diaries" in October. 'Motley Crue' will go on a farewell tour this year and the Brides of Destrucion are currently touring. Later this year a new Brides of Destruction album will be recorded as well.

-   (January 2009) Currently promoting the new album with Motley Crue, entitled "Saints of Los Angeles", launched in 2008.


-   "Playboy" (USA), June 2002, Vol. 49, Iss. 6, pg. 50, by: staff, "Clothesline: Nikki Sixx"


-   "Playboy" (USA), April 1993, Vol. 40, Iss. 4, pg. 84-85, by: Craig Vetter with photographs by Stephen Wayda, "Tattoo You"

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Nikki Sixx - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Battle of the Drug Memoirs: Steven Vs. Nikki | Ferocia Fatale
Battle of the Drug Memoirs: Steven Vs. Nikki | Ferocia Fatale

Nikki Sixx Has Made His Body a Interesting Canvas of Tattoos ...
Nikki Sixx Has Made His Body a Interesting Canvas of Tattoos
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Neurofibromatosis Cafe » nikki sixx

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Nikki Sixx-ALO-015549.jpg
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Nikki Sixx - Nikki Sixx - Zimbio

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December 11
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Nikki Sixx-Motley Crue - Def Leppard and Rockstar Photographs




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Acting in movies by Sixx, Nikk

  1. The Dirt (2013)
  2. Shoot'er (2012)
  3. "Piers Morgan Tonight" (2011) {(2012-02-16)}
  4. The 53rd Annual Grammy Awards (2011) (TV)
  5. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2011-02-19)}
  6. "Metal Evolution" (2011) {Glam Metal (#1.5)}
  7. "Piers Morgan Tonight" (2011) {(2011-12-02)}
  8. Lemmy (2010)
  9. "X-Play" (2003) {(2010-11-15)}
  10. Mötley Crüe: Cruefest 2 (2009) (V)
  11. "Arbor Live!" (2009) {Crack Kills (#1.9)}
  12. "Arbor Live!" (2009) {Gramma Wants a 3D Sasquatch (#1.10)}
  13. "Bones" (2005) {The End in the Beginning (#4.25)}
  14. "LA Ink" (2007) {66 Nikkis (#2.12)}
  15. "LA Ink" (2007) {It's All About the Family (#2.11)}
  16. 100 Greatest Hard Rock Songs (2008) (TV)
  17. 12th Annual Prism Awards (2008) (TV)
  18. 2008 American Music Awards (2008) (TV)
  19. "Battleground Earth: Ludacris vs. Tommy Lee" (2008) {Raise the Roof (#1.1)}
  20. "LA Ink" (2007) {CrueFest (#2.3)}
  21. "LA Ink" (2007) {First Anniversary}
  22. "LA Ink" (2007) {Funny Farm (#2.10)}
  23. "Larry King Live" (1985) {(2008-06-20)}
  24. "Howard Stern on Demand" (2005) {Nikki Sixx}
  25. "Talking Metal" (2007) {Pilot: Dave Mustaine/Nikki Sixx/Serj Tankian (#1.0)}
  26. Disaster! (2006)
  27. Shoot (2006)
  28. "VH1: All Access" (2003) {Celeb Breakups & Scandals}
  29. Mötley Crüe: Carnival of Sins (2005) (V)
  30. "Howard Stern" (1994) {(2005-03-15)}
  31. "Inside Out" (2003) {Resurrecting Mötley Crüe}
  32. "Live with Regis and Kathie Lee" (1988) {(2005-03-03)}
  33. "TV total" (1999) {(2005-05-30)}
  34. X-Rated: The Pop Videos They Tried to Ban (2004) (TV)
  35. "Headbangers Ball" (1987) {Brides of Destruction Episode}
  36. Mandatory Motley (2003) (V)
  37. Mötley Crüe Greatest Videos Hits (2003) (V)
  38. "Hollywood Squares" (1998) {(2003-02-10)}
  39. "Hollywood Squares" (1998) {(2003-02-11)}
  40. "Hollywood Squares" (1998) {(2003-02-12)}
  41. "Hollywood Squares" (1998) {(2003-02-13)}
  42. "Hollywood Squares" (1998) {(2003-02-14)}
  43. "Behind the Music" (1997) {Top Ten Near Death Experiences}
  44. "Biography" (1987) {Sunset Strip: Paradise Lost}
  45. Mötley Crüe: Lewd Crüed & Tattooed (2001) (V)
  46. "100 Greatest Artists of Hard Rock" (2000)
  47. Hellraisers (2000) (TV)
  48. "The List" (1999) {Best Sex, Drugs, and Rock & Roll Band}
  49. "The Martin Short Show" (1999) {(#1.52)}
  50. "Behind the Music" (1997) {Mötley Crüe (#2.14)}
  51. "Howard Stern" (1994) {(1997-08-04)}
  52. "Howard Stern" (1994) {(1994-08-08)}
  53. Mötley Crüe: Decade of Decadence '81-'91 (1991) (V)
  54. Ozzy Osbourne: Don't Blame Me (1991) (V)
  55. 1990 Billboard Music Awards (1990) (TV)
  56. Mötley Crüe: Dr. Feelgood the Videos (1990) (V)
  57. Moscow Music Peace Festival (1989) (TV)
  58. "Geraldo" (1987) {Devil Worship: Exposing Satan's Underground}
  59. "A tope" (1987) {(1987-09-02)}
  60. Mötley Crüe: Uncensored (1986) (V)

Movies Directed by Sixx, Nikki

  1. Mötley Crüe Greatest Videos Hits (2003) (V)

Written by Sixx, Nikki

  1. The Dirt (2013) (book)

Produced by Sixx, Nikki

  1. Mötley Crüe: Cruefest 2 (2009) (V) (producer)