Mary Wilson, a founding member of the iconic group The Supremes, is a legendary figure of the rock and roll era. As a Detroit teen, along with Diana Ross and Florence Ballard, she helped to create one of the most successful female singing groups in recording history. Since then, Wilson has gone on to be a part of dozens of hit records, has written a best-selling autobiography, performed on stage and screen, lectured and toured the world.
As an original Supreme, Wilson is a much sought-after interview regarding the award-winning film Dreamgirls, currently on DVD. After covering the red carpet premiere for "Extra," she endeared herself to a whole new generation of Hollywood stars and fans alike, including Golden Globe winners Eddie Murphy and Jennifer Hudson, as well as Jamie Foxx and Snoop Dogg. In addition to her tireless performing and trips to the studio to record her new album, she is lobbying state governments to pass a bill prohibiting bogus musical groups from cashing in on the names of such famous acts as The Supremes, The Platters and The Four Tops.