Who is Renata Kanclerz?: Ex-wife of Lisa Coleman

Who is Renata Kanclerz?: Ex-wife of Lisa Coleman

Who is Renata Kanclerz?

Renata Kanclerz is a manager and the ex-wife of Lisa Coleman, an American musician who was a part of Prince’s supporting band, The Revolution. Information regarding Renata’s age, place of birth and other details are not available to the public, since she does not appear to be as famous as her wife, Lisa Coleman.

Renata Kanclerz and Lisa Coleman got married in 2009, but unfortunately, after 13 years, the couple announced their divorce in 2017. Like all other personal details, the reason for their divorce is unknown to the public.

Lisa Coleman’s sexual orientation is lesbian, and she had a past relationship with Wendy Melvoin, her musical partner. However, Renata Kanclerz’s sexual orientation is not explicitly stated, but since she had been married to Coleman for 13 years, it is assumed she is also lesbian or bisexual.

There is little information available concerning Renata Kanclerz’s line of work. However, some sources claim that she managed Lisa Coleman, her ex-spouse. She has accompanied Coleman on several occasions, including the 2014 BMI Film/TV Awards1. She might have worked on any of Coleman’s projects, such as Nurse Jackie, for which Coleman and Wendy Melvoin received an Emmy in 2010 for Outstanding Original Main Title. She also assisted Jalopnik in determining that Coleman’s 1964 Mercury Montclair Marauder was the vehicle that inspired Prince’s song Little Red Corvette.

Renata and her partner, Lisa Coleman, had a daughter together

Renata Kanclerz and Lisa Coleman have a child together, but the name, age, and gender of their child have not been revealed to the public. It has not been revealed whether the child was adopted or from a surrogate since the couple’s sexual orientation is not straight. The couple may have decided to keep information about their child away from the public eye.

Lisa Coleman : Renata Kanclerz’ Ex-wife

Renata Kanclerz’s former wife, Lisa Coleman, is an American musician born on August 17, 1960. She mainly performs on the piano and keyboards. From 1979 through 1986, she was a part of The Revolution, Prince’s supporting band. Coleman is a member of the musical duet Wendy & Lisa, which she co-founded in 1986 with Wendy Melvoin.

Lisa Coleman began her career as a keyboardist for the bubblegum pop group Waldorf Salad when she was 12. In 1973, A&M Records signed the band, including her siblings and Jonathan Melvoin. Coleman appeared in the Linda Blair made-for-TV movie Sarah T. – Portrait of a Teenage Alcoholic in 1975 in a brief part as a high school pianist.

Coleman was the second born of three children when she was born. Marylou Ynda-Ciletti was her mother, a Mexican-American visual artist who died on November 17, 2013. Gary L. Coleman, the father of Coleman, is an Anglo-American session musician who was a member of the group The Wrecking Crew in the 1960s and 1970s and became friends with Mike Melvoin. Gary L. Coleman was born in 1936. 

Their families grew close and frequently collaborated on musical performances and recordings. Wendy, the daughter of Melvoin, and Lisa grew close over time; Lisa once remarked, “We’ve known each other since we were in diapers.”

Renata Kanclerz’s ex-wife Coleman was frank about her previous love interest with Wendy Melvoin. Since 2004 Coleman has been wed to Renata Kanclerz, and one child was born to the couple. Coleman and Melvoin’s theme for Nurse Jackie won an Emmy in 2010 for Outstanding Original Main Title. Purple Rain earned two Grammys and the Oscar for Best Original Score. At the same time, Coleman (and Melvoin) also share the distinction of winning a Grammy and an Oscar for their contributions to The Revolution.

In 2014, Coleman and Melvoin shared the first ASCAP Shirley Walker Award. The Shirley Walker Award recognizes those whose contributions to the variety of cinema and television music have been significant.