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Linda Perry Wiki/Biography
Linda Perry was born on 15 April 1965, in Springfield, Massachusetts UAS into a musical family, so it’s no surprise that she is now a singer and producer, who is perhaps best known for being a part of the band called “4 Non Blondes”. Linda is also known for her work with such singers as Gwen Stefani, Adam Lambert, Christina Aguilera, Kelly Osbourne and others. As a solo artist Linda has released four albums and she has also featured with various other artists in their works.
If you consider how rich Linda Perry is, it can be said that Linda’s estimated net worth is $18 million. Clearly, the main source of this sum of money is Linda’s career as a singer. Another big part of her net worth has come from her additional work with other artists. As she is considered one of the most successful producers and singers there are many people who want to work with her and despite now into her 50s, she still continues creating music.
Linda Perry Net Worth $18 Million
Linda’s childhood and teenage years were not easy as she had some serious problems with her kidney, which may have been partly responsible for her addicted to certain drugs. Regardless, Linda was able to start a career as a musician, as she had beoame interested in music a a very young age, but in order to support herself she had to work various small jobs. Simultaneously, Linda performed in various local clubs, and in 1989 she was noticed by Christa Hillhouse, who created the band called “4 Non Blondes”, and invited who Linda to become a part of this band. In 1992 the band released their first album, called “Bigger, Better, Faster, More!”. This was the time when Linda Perry’s net worth began growing.
Despite the success this band had, Linda decided to leave it and focus more on her career as a solo artist. In 1996 Linda released her first solo album, entitled “In Flight”. It gained quite a lot of praise and added to Perry’s net worth. One year later, in 1997 Linda created her own record label, “Rockstar Records”, and then worked on her second album, “After Hours”, which was released in 1999, and it also became really successful. Since 2001 many other artists have expressed their admiration to Linda’s work and have wanted her to produce their music. Some of the most famous artists that Linda has worked with include Alicia Keys, Solange Knowles, James Blunt, Enrique Iglesias, Courtney Love among others. These activities have also had a huge impact on the growth of Linda Perry’s net worth. Other albums that Linda has released as a solo artist include “The Crow: City of Angels” and “8 Songs about a Girl”. In addition to this, Linda appeared in the reality show called “Make or Break: The Linda Perry Project”, which portrays the details of her work as a producer.
If to talk about Linda’s personal life, it can be said that she has publicly admitted that she is gay. In 2009 she started dating Clementine Ford, but their relationship ended in 2012. In 2014 Linda married Sara Gilbert and they together take care of three children. Finally, Linda is one of the most talented and successful singers and producers. During her career she has created many popular songs, including working with various artists. Linda undoubtedly has a lot of fans, who are waiting for her new projects.
|Net Worth||$18 Million|
|Date Of Birth||April 15, 1965|
|Place Of Birth||Springfield, Massachusetts, United States|
|Height||5 ft 2 in (1.6 m)|
|Profession||Record producer, Songwriter, Singer, Guitarist, Musician|
|Nationality||United States of America|
|Spouse||Sara Gilbert (m. 2014)|
|Parents||Alfred Xavier Perry, Marluce Perry|
|Nicknames||Perry, Linda , Linda M. Perry|
|Music Groups||4 Non Blondes (1989 – 1994), Deep Dark Robot|
|Parents on Trial||1939||Linda Ames (as Linda Terry)|
|The Wrong Way Out||1938||Short||Ann Stevens Brown (as Linda Terry)|
|The Mad Miss Manton||1938||Myra Frost (as Linda Terry)|
|The Great Garrick||1937||Molee|
|Mr. Dodd Takes the Air||1937||Information Desk Girl|
|They Won't Forget||1937||Imogene Mayfield|
|The Case of the Stuttering Bishop||1937||Janice Seaton|
|The Romance of Robert Burns||1937||Short||Jean Armour|
|Land Beyond the Law||1937||Louise Turner|
|Sing Me a Love Song||1936||Ms. Joyce (uncredited)|
|California Mail||1936||Mary Tolliver|
|The Sunday Round-Up||1936||Short||Mary Lou|
|Two Against the World||1936||Edith Carstairs|