Tina Arena Net Worth|Wiki|Career: A singer, her earnings,songs, albums, awards, family, husband, age
Facts of Tina Arena Net Worth|Wiki|Career: A singer, her earnings,songs, albums, awards, family, husband, age
|Net worth||$10 million|
|Date of Birth:||1967 November 1|
|First Name||Filippina Lydia|
|Age:||54 years old|
|Height:||5 Feet 2 Inch|
Tina Arena is an Australian singer-songwriter, record producer, and musical theatre actress. She is one of the most successful artists from Australia who has an estimated net worth of around $10 million.
Her best-known songs include "I Need Your Body", "Chains", "Burn", "Aller plus haut", and "Aimer jusqu'a I'impossible".She has a vocal range of a soprano and speaks English, French, Italian, and Spanish. Throughout her career, she has sold over 10 million records worldwide. Besides singing, she has frequently appeared on the small screen and made her debut on the big screen in 2019. She is also a Member of the Order of Australia, hence gained the title "Tina Arena AM".
Sources of Income -Tina Arena:
Being a singer for almost 40 years, her major source of income is from her songs and album sales as well as tours and concerts. She has sold over 10 million records worldwide which added much to her net worth. She also made some amount of her net worth from her appearance as a guest in many award ceremonies and TV shows like The X Factor and Australian Idol. Recently, she got her first role in the film as Rosalba in `Promised`.
Assets and Properties of Tina Arena:
Tina owns a two-storeyed Georgian style home in Toorak. The artist bought the home in 2017 for around $5.7 million. The house design was updated by architect Wayne Gillespie. The house has four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a solar heated pool. The ground floor has a sitting room on one side and a formal dining room on the other. The large granite kitchen is joined with a work station and a walk-in pantry. The first floor consists of three bedrooms for the guests with an adjoint bathroom and a master bedroom which features its own ensuite, spa, and has a sprawling terrace that overlooks their private pool and backyard.
Before that, she lived in Fitzroy terrace which she sold for $1.75 million.
Career of Tina Arena:
Tina Arena first appeared as "Tiny Tina", at age nine in a TV show called Young Talent Time. Tina’s debut studio recording, 1977’s Tiny Tina & Little John (co-starring John Bowles, her 12-year-old cohort from the show) had Tina covering hits of the time such as ABBA’s 'Ring Ring' and 'When I Kissed The Teacher'.
Tina’s started producing hit after hit songs, from her earliest breakthrough singles, 1990’s 'I Need Your Body' and 'The Machine’s Breaking Down', to recent songs like 'Chains', 'Sorrento Moon', 'Wasn’t It Good', 'Burn', 'If I Didn’t Love You, Symphony Of Life', 'Heaven Help My Heart', including 2013’s 'Only Lonely' and 'You Set Fire To My Life'.
She is the only Australian artist to earn a gold or platinum certification for original album releases, in every decade since the 1970s right through to today. Her every album in the career has gone gold, platinum, or multi-platinum. Her 1994 album Don’t Ask remains one of the highest-selling Australian albums of all time, currently certified 14 times platinum; and add to this her unprecedented success in France where she has sold five million albums there alone.
To celebrate the 40-year anniversary, Tina recently released a new music collection titled Greatest Hits and Interpretations. Divided into two parts, the first, titled Retrospective, is all about the greatest hits, while on the second, titled Reimagine, Tina herself barely appears. Instead, she invited an eclectic collective of peers including Jimmy Barnes, Dannii Minogue, Jessica Mauboy, and The Veronicas, and some of her favorite newcomers to reinterpret a selection of highlights from her career.
Throughout her stellar career, the theatre has been a constant presence for Tina, having starred in productions in Australia and internationally. Her theatrical work includes Cabaret, Dynamite, Nine, and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat.
Awards and Achievements of Tina Arena:
Arena has won a number of awards. Her awards include seven ARIA Awards and two World Music Awards for best selling Australian artist. She also received the title of Knighthood of the Order of National Merit by the President of the French Republic, Nicolas Sarkozy, for her contributions to French culture and became the first Australian to get the title. In 2015, her name was also mentioned in the ARIA Hall of Fame.
Arena is a patron of the child protection organization Barnardos. She is also an official patron for a charitable organization 'Soldier On', which assists mentally and physically wounded Australian soldiers.
In July 2013, Arena performed at the Melbourne Asbestos Cancer Fundraiser, which donated funds raised to support Mesothelioma research undertaken at the Olivia-Newton John Cancer & Wellness Centre and the Austin Hospital, Melbourne. In November 2014, Arena released a cover version of the 10cc's 1976 song, The Things We Do For Love, with funds raised going towards the National Breast Cancer Foundation. She has also performed at several benefit concerts, including Live 8 in Paris and for Queensland Flood Relief in 2013.
Personal Life of Tina Arena:
Arena, while working with her then-manager, Ralph Carr, fell in love with him. They got married in December 1995. But they got divorced in 1999.
When Arena moved to Paris, she met a French artist named Vincent Mancini. They have been together ever since and even have a child together. Her son's name is Gabriel Joseph Mancini, born in 2005. The family moved to Australia in 2012 and lives together.
Arena on Social Media:
Tina is active on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Tina says she not good with technologies nor in taking selfies but she tries to updates fans in social media and takes occasional selfies with fans. She has around 236K followers on Facebook, 84K followers on Instagram and 46.7K followers on Twitter. Her Youtube account has 143K subscribers and has 85 million cumulative views on the channel.
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