Agnetha Faltskog Net Worth
Agnetha Fältskog net worth: Agnetha Faltskog is a Swedish singer and songwriter who has a net worth of $200 million. Agnetha Faltskog earned her net worth through her talent as an entertainer, and also from writing and producing songs. In 1950, she was born in Jonkoping, Sweden. She wrote her first song at the age of six, entitled "Två små troll" ("Two Little Trolls"), and two years later at the age of eight, she began taking piano lessons, and singing in a local church choir. In early 1960, she formed a musical trio, The Cambers, and the group performed in local venues. She left at 15 to pursue a career in music and started out working as a receptionist at a car company while performing with a local dance band, headed by Bernt Enghardt. The band soon became so popular that she had to make a choice between her job and her musical career. She continued singing with the Bernt Enghardt band for two years and then branched off to start a solo career. Flatskog met Bjorn Ulvaeus, who was then a member of the Hootenanny Singers, for the first time in 1968, and then again in 1969. Her relationship with Ulvaeus, as well as her friendship with Anni-Frid Lyngstad and Benny Andersson, with whom Ulvaeus had already written songs, eventually led to the formation of ABBA. ABBA went on to be one of the most widely recognized bands in the world. With hits like "Dancing Queen," "Take a Chance On Me," "Waterloo," and "Fernando," the band enjoyed over a decade of success and still earn income from their hits being played today. While working with the band, and for many years after, Flahtskog has enjoyed a very successful solo career. She took a hiatus from recording from 1989 to 2004 but managed to pick up right where she left off when it comes to music. She was married to Ulvaeus from 1971 to 1980 and the couple have two children, Linda and Christian. She currently lives on the Swedish island of Ekerö.