Lead singer for the Rolling Stones
Wrote the song "ANGIE" to David Bowie's ex-wife Angela Bowie after their break up. They dated while Angie and David were still married. (This statement is false according to Angie Bowie in her book "Backstage Passes". She states that the song "Angie" was probably not about her)
Attended London School of Economics.
Sang back-up vocals on the Carly Simon hit "You're So Vain." Jagger is more noticeable toward the end of the song when his accent comes through.
When Mick Jagger took his son to the school that he went to all the teachers were excited to see him but the kids just said "'Ere. It's that man that used to be in the Beatles."
Failed an audition for the F. Murray Abraham role in Amadeus (1984). Clockwork Orange, A (1971) was conceived as a possible vehicle for the Rolling Stones with Jagger in the role as Alex.
Supposedly tried out for the role of Dr. Frank N' Furter in "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" (1975).