Alanis Morrisette has an estimated net worth of $45 million. Alanis Nadine Morrisette was born on June 1, 1974 in Ontario, Canada. She is a Canadian-American singer songwriter. She has two siblings, an older brother and a twin brother named Wade. In 1984, Morrisette wrote her first song entitled "Fate Stay With Me", and after sending it to a local folk singer she was recruited as her protégé. At a New York City audition, Morrisette landed a spot on "Star Search", and was flown to Los Angeles to compete. She was knocked out of the competition after the first round. But in 1988, Morrisette signed her first record deal with MCA Publishing. Her debut album "Alanis" was released in 1991 in Canada only. She was nominated for three 1992 Juno awards, and she won "Most Promising Female Vocalist Of The Year". Her second album released in 1992 however, continued more "thoughtful lyrics". Morrisette was compared to the likes of Tiffany and her second album sold nearly half of what her first album sold. Morrisette's debut American album "Jagged Little Pill" remains the best-selling debut album by a female artist in the U.S, and the highest selling worldwide. She has won 12 Juno awards and 7 Grammy awards. In 2005 Morrisette became a citizen of the United States, while maintaining her Canadian citizenship.