With the real name Alanis Morissette Nadine, she is an American-Canadian songwriter, singer, actress, and musician. She is known for her toned soprano-mezzo voice; Morissette kick-started her career in the early 90s in Canada with two somewhat successful pop-dance albums. Later, she settled in Holmby Hills with a recording deal in hand, a place in Los Angeles, USA. Finally, in 1995, she could release a rock-inclined album named Jagged Little Pill, which began a huge hit and ended up selling 35 million copies worldwide. That album is surely marked as her most successful work.