Maurice Gibb

Though frequently described as the "quiet" member of the Bee Gees, Maurice Gibb was, in fact, a key member of the group in ways that the public rarely saw. He was a vital part of their signature vocal harmonies, and ... Read more »
Born: 12/22/1949 in Douglas, Isle of Man, , GB


Music (51)

A Long Way Down 2014 (Movie)

("Tragedy") (Song)

Ted 2012 (Movie)

("Stayin' Alive") (Song)

Tyler Perry's Madea's Witness Protection 2012 (Movie)

("Guilty") (Song)

Just Go With It 2011 (Movie)

("You Should Be Dancing") (Song)

The Adjustment Bureau 2011 (Movie)

("Are You Ready?") (Song)

Despicable Me 2010 (Movie)

("You Should Be Dancing") (Song)

The Bounty Hunter 2010 (Movie)

("Stayin' Alive (Teddybears Remix)") (Song)

The Fighter 2010 (Movie)

("I Started A Joke") (Song)

The Other Guys 2010 (Movie)

("We Trying To Stay Alive") (Song)

Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel 2009 (Movie)

"Stayin' Alive" (Song)

Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian 2009 (Movie)

("More Than A Woman") (Song)

Meet Dave 2008 (Movie)

("Staying Alive") (Song)

Sex and the City 2008 (Movie)

("How Deep Is Your Love") (Song)

Young@Heart 2008 (Movie)

("Staying Alive") (Song)

Arthur and the Invisibles 2006 (Movie)

("Stayin' Alive" [LP Version]) (Song)

Chicken Little 2005 (Movie)

("Stayin' Alive") (Song)

Madagascar 2005 (Movie)

("Stayin' Alive") (Song)

A Guy Thing 2003 (Movie)

("Islands In The Stream") (Song)

Anger Management 2003 (Movie)

("How Deep Is Your Love") (Song)

The In-Laws 2003 (Movie)

("Wedding Day") (Song)

Duets 2000 (Movie)

("Islands in the Stream") (Song)

The Virgin Suicides 2000 (Movie)

("Run To Me") (Song)

Vertical Limit 2000 (Movie)

("Only One Woman") (Song)

Baby Geniuses 1999 (Movie)

("Stayin' Alive") (Song)

Big Daddy 1999 (Movie)

("If I Can't Have You") (Song)

Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo 1999 (Movie)

("We Trying to Stay Live (contains 'Stayin' Live')") (Song)

Mystery Men 1999 (Movie)

("Night Fever") (Song)

A Night At the Roxbury 1998 (Movie)

("Stayin' Alive") (Song)

Bulworth 1998 (Movie)

("Ghetto Supastar (contains 'Islands in the Stream')") (Song)

Hurricane Streets 1998 (Movie)

("Stayin' Alive") (Song)

Paulie 1998 (Movie)

("Staying Alive") (Song)

Donnie Brasco 1997 (Movie)

("How Deep Is Your Love") (Song)

Playing God 1997 (Movie)

("Jive Talking") (Song)

Romy and Michele's High School Reunion 1997 (Movie)

("Staying Alive") (Song)

Mars Attacks! 1996 (Movie)

("Staying Alive") (Song)

Swingers 1996 (Movie)

("Stayin' Alive") (Song)

American Cinema 1994 - 1995 (TV Show)


Carlito's Way 1993 (Movie)

("You Should Be Dancing") (Song)

Honey, I Blew Up the Kid 1992 (Movie)

("Stayin' Alive") (Song)

Cadillac Man 1990 (Movie)

("Stayin' Alive") (Song)

Hawks 1989 (Movie)

songs("Childhood Days" "Celebration de la Vie (theme from Hawks)" "Chain Reaction") (Song)

Look Who's Talking 1989 (Movie)

("Stayin' Alive") (Song)

Penn & Teller Get Killed 1989 (Movie)

("I Started a Joke") (Song)

A Breed Apart 1986 (Movie)


Ursula and Glenys 1984 (Movie)

("Islands in the Stream") (Song)

Staying Alive 1983 (Movie)

songs("The Woman in You" "I Love You Too Much" "Breakout" "Someone Belonging to Someone" "Life Goes On" "Stayin' Alive") (Song)

Blastfighter 1982 (Movie)

("Evening Star") (Song)

Neighbors 1981 (Movie)

("Stayin' Alive") (Song)

Luna 1979 (Movie)

("Night Fever") (Song)

Foul Play 1978 (Movie)

("Stayin' Alive") (Song)

Saturday Night Fever 1977 (Movie)

("How Deep Is Your Love" "Night Fever" "Staying Alive" "You Should Be Dancing" "If I Can't Have You" "More Than a Woman") (Song)
Actor (10)

The Bee Gees Story 2001 - 2002 (TV Show)


Bee Gees in Concert 2000 - 2001 (TV Show)


The Bee Gees: This Is Where I Came In 2000 - 2001 (TV Show)


VH1 Salutes The Bee Gees 2000 - 2001 (TV Show)


Roy Orbison Anthology 1998 - 1999 (TV Show)


The Bee Gees -- One Night Only 1997 - 1998 (TV Show)


The Bee Gees: Going Home 1990 - 1991 (TV Show)


Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band 1978 (Movie)

Bob Henderson (Actor)


Though frequently described as the "quiet" member of the Bee Gees, Maurice Gibb was, in fact, a key member of the group in ways that the public rarely saw. He was a vital part of their signature vocal harmonies, and contributed bass and other instruments to their countless hit songs - from 1960s pop like "To Love Somebody" through their breakout as disco stars with the Saturday Night Fever soundtrack. But the perpetually hat-wearing Gibb's greatest contribution to the Bee Gees was his humor and calm presence, which helped to unify his often sparring brothers, Barry and Robin, when external or internal pressures threatened the group. Gibb was able to maintain that role for over four decades, even in the midst of personal troubles, including a serious alcohol problem that nearly derailed his life. His sudden death in 2003 shocked fans around the world, who recalled his subtle but vitally important impact on one of the most successful musical acts in history.


Lulu Actor

Married Feb. 18, 1969 Divorced Aug. 21, 1975

Andy Gibb Actor

Born March 5, 1958 Died March 10, 1988

Barry Gibb Song

Born Sept. 1, 1946

Lesley Gibb

Born Jan. 12, 1945

Hugh Gibb


Robin Gibb Song

Born Dec. 22, 1949; fraternal twin of Maurice Died May 20, 2012

Barbara Gibb Actor

Born in Manchester, England; lived in Australia from 1958-67; moved to the U.S. in 1978

Yvonne Spencely

Married Oct. 17, 1975 until his death in January 2003



Posthumously featured in the documentary "Bee Gees: In Our Own Time"


The Bee Gees performed last concert as a trio at the Love and Hope Ball


Recorded the Bee Gees' 22nd studio album This is Where I Came In; the group's last album as a trio


Released the live album One Night Only; recorded during a 1997 concert in Las Vegas, NV


The Bee Gees inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame


Landed first Bee Gees album in the Top 20 since the 1970s with Still Waters


The Bee Gees inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame


Released the Bee Gees' box set Tales from the Brothers Gibb


With the Bee Gees, returned to the Top 10 with the title track and album One; album featured a song dedicated to their late brother Andy titled "Wish You Were Here"


Penned the score for obscure horror feature "The Supernaturals"; score was unused, but Gibb made a cameo in the film as a Union soldier


With brothers, wrote and produced Diana Ross' album Eaten Alive; featured the title track, co-written with Michael Jackson


Co-produced the successful soundtrack to the "Saturday Night Fever" sequel "Staying Alive"


With brothers, penned the No. 1 duet "Islands in the Stream" for Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton


With the Bee Gees, co-starred with Peter Frampton in "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band," a musical film based on The Beatles' 1967 album of the same name


The Bee Gees penned and performed several songs for Saturday Night Fever: The Original Movie Sound Track; album spent 24 straight weeks at No. 1; spawned the hit singles "Stayin' Alive," "More Than a Woman," "How Deep Is Your Love," and "Night Feve


Released the successful live album Here at Last...Bee Gees...Live


At Eric Clapton's suggestion, relocated with brothers to Miami, FL to record


Band unveiled a new sound and topped the U.S. charts once again with "Jive Talkin'"


Group landed at No. 1 on the U.S. charts with the ballad "How Can You Mend a Broken Heart"; Al Green covered the track in 1972


Released solo album The Loner


The Bee Gees reunite; released the album 2 Years On


Robin quits the Bee Gees after the group releases Barry's "First of May" (over Robin's "Lamplight") as the first single off the album Odessa; continued as a duo with Barry


The Bee Gees reached No. 6 on the U.S. charts with "I Started a Joke," written and mainly sung by Robin


Charted in the U.S. and U.K. with the Top 20 singles "New York Mining Disaster 1941" and "To Love Somebody"


The Bee Gees landed first Australian No. 1 with the song "Spicks and Specks"


Released the group's debut album The Bee Gees Sing and Play 14 Barry Gibb Songs


First televised appearance of the Bee Gees, "Country and Western Hour" (on Australia's NWS 9)


With family, moved to Queensland, Australia following the birth of his youngest brother Andy


Moved to Manchester, England with family

Formed musical group with brothers Robin and Maurice; called themselves the Rattlesnakes, then Wee Johnny Hayes & the Bluecats, and finally the Bee Gees

Made public singing debut with brothers Barry and Robin at a local theater

Bonus Trivia


On May 2, 2004, Gibb was named a Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) at Buckingham Palace, along with his brothers Barry and Robin. His son Adam collected the award in his honor.