Cyndi Lauper Net Worth is $15 Million (as of 2020)
It has been estimated that the overall amount of Cyndi Lauper net worth today is 15 million dollars. However, there are also some other sources which have stated that her net worth has increased even more and today reaches a high sum of 30 million dollars. In any case, she is regarded as one of the richest female singers in the world. In addition to her career as a singer, Cyndi Lauper is also an actress. She has been active in the entertainment world for more than 30 years already and during this time a huge amount of Cyndi Lauper net worth has been accumulated.
|Net Worth:||$15 Million|
|Age:||68 years old|
|Height:||5 ft 2 in (1.6 m)|
|Date of birth:||Jun 22, 1953|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
|Occupation:||Singer, Record producer, Actor, Songwriter, Musician, Artist, Social activist|
In 1983 she released her first album called “She’s So Unusual”. The album became a huge hit, partly to the fact that four singles were released from it all of which landed in the Top 5 on the Billboard Hot 100. These singles include “Girls Just Want to Have fun”, “She Bop”, “Time After Time” and “All Through the Night”. The sales of the album as well as the sales of the singles have also added up to the total size of Cyndi Lauper net worth. In 1985 she became a winner of a Grammy award in the category of the Best New Artist.
She became even more successful when she collaborated on the soundtrack for the film called “The Goonies”. In 1986 she released another album called “True Colors”. From this album, a single of the same title was released, which landed in the top of charts. Also, one more song was released, called “Change of Heart”, and it landed in the third place.
Since 1989, nine studio albums of the singer were released, sales of which have also added up to the overall sum of Cyndi Lauper net worth. Her latest album is called “Memphis Blues”. This album was titled as the most successful blues album of that year by Billboard. The album stayed in the top spot on the Billboard Blues Albums chart for 13 weeks in a row.
She was working on a soundtrack for the Broadway play called “Kinky Boots” and for her work in it she was awarded with the Tony Award for the Best Original Score. She became the first female singer to win this award in the composing category. In fact, she became the first artist in more than 25 years whose song of a Broadway theme landed in the dance music charts.