Cyndi Lauper Net Worth-Know her earnings,music & Acting career,songs,relationship,husband
Facts of Cyndi Lauper Net Worth-Know her earnings,music & Acting career,songs,relationship,husband
|Net worth||$30 million|
|Date of Birth:||1953 June 22|
|First Name||Cynthia Ann Stephanie|
|Age:||67 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
Cyndi Lauper is an American Veteran singer, songwriter, actress and an activist who has been in her career for 40 years now. She has an estimated net worth of $30 million.
How did Cyndi make net worth of $30 million?
Cyndi made huge money as a successful pop musician. She also earns by releasing, selling and performing on tours. Her involvement in TV and Movies also provides her with an additional income. She was titled Women of the Year in 1985. She still does her tours and is mostly involved in film soundtracks. She also launched her own signature make up at MAC Cosmetics through Viva Glam.
On the January of 2016, Cyndi sold her property in Stamford, Connecticut for $800,000. The house was built in 1975, which has an area of 3,885 sq, ft. and has 3 bedrooms and 3 and a half Bathrooms with 3 fireplaces.
How did Cyndi Lauper spend her childhood?
Cynthia Ann Stephanie Lauper was born on June 22, 1953, in Boulevard Hospital in Astoria, NewYork to father Fred and Mother Catrine. Her father is of Swiss and German descent while her mother is Italian American. She has an elder sister Ellen and younger brother Butch who she grew up with in Brooklyn. Their parents got a divorce, while she was 5. From her childhood, she was inspired by artists like The Beatles, Judy Garland, Ella Fitzgerald and Billie Holiday. She began to write songs and play guitar which was gifted her by her sister at the age of 12. When She was 17, she left home due to her step-father’s abusive behavior. She even spent the night with her dog in the woods in Canada at that time. She also worked in several odd jobs like waitress, singing in a restaurant and as an office assistant. She went to Johnson State College and took art classes.
Know about Career beginning of Cyndi
In 1970’s Lauper performed as a vocalist for several cover bands. Her vocal cord was damaged in 1977 and so had to take a year rest.
Cynthia became an international phenomenon and was a major breakthrough in her career in 1983. She released her first solo album "She’s So Unusual" on October 1983. The album went on to sell 50 million copies worldwide and peaked No.4 in the US. She won 1985 Grammy Awards as the best new artist.
Till the date, she has released over 40 singles and has sold over 50 million copies. Her second Album True Colors was released on September 1986 which reached to No.4 on the Billboard 200 and sold over 2 million copies in the US.
Career progression and achievements
Lauper made her film debut with the comedy movies vibes in August 1988 with a role of psychic. In 1989, She released her third album A Night To Remember. She became the part of Concert The Wall in Berlin on July 1990 by performing Another Brick In the Wall, Part II alongside other artists including Roger Waters.
In 1993, she appeared in Life with Mikey as Michael J. Fox’s secretary and also won an Emmy Award for her role in the sitcom Mad About You, the same year. She got inducted into the Long Island Music Hall Of Fame on October 2006. She appeared on NBC’s The Celebrity Show on March 2010 and finished in 6th place. On September 2014, she was singing on the finale of America’s Got Talent.
Lauper was working with Rob Hyman on March 2018 to compose the music for the musical version of the 1988 film Working Girl. in March 2018. Lauper became one of the headliners for the 15th annual Rock the Park Festival which was held in Canada on July 12, 2018.
Know about the personal life of Cyndi
Cyndi Lauper tied a knot with actor David Thornton on November 24, 1991. The couple welcomed their son Declyn Wallace Thornton on November 19, 1997.
Cyndi as an activist for gay rights. She is an excellent humanitarian. Her efforts have led her to be invited by President Barack Obama personally as a guest in his second inaugural ceremony.
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