Born September 21st, 1934 in Montreal, Quebec, Leonard Cohen is – among other things – a singer/songwriter who penned classic songs like “Suzanne” and the often-covered "Hallelujah." He started his creative career as a poet and novelist, and today he is one of the most respected wordsmiths in the world. Sylvie Simmons
is a world renowned rock journalist and historian who, over the course of three years, wrote and researched the biography, "I’m Your Man: The Life of Leonard Cohen." In this video, WatchMojo.com chats with Simmons to learn five things you should know about Leonard Cohen, on topics like poetry, ladies, religion, "Hallelujah," and depression.