Bjork Net Worth
Bjork Net Worth: Bjork is an Icelandic musician and producer who has a net worth of $45 million. Born in 1965 in Reykjavik, Iceland, Bjork Guomundsdottir rose to fame as the lead singer of the band the Sugarcubes. She started her solo career in the early '90s with her electronic dance music and jazz album, "Debut". Today, that album is considered to be one of the pioneers in the genre. Over the last few decades, 30 of Bjork's singles have charted in the Top 40 somewhere in the world. She had three top the dance charts in the United States: "I Miss You", "Hyperballad", and "Big Time Sensuality". In 2003, her label announced Bjork's records had sold more than 15 million copies globally. Bjork has released eight studio albums between 1977 and 2011, including "Homogenic", "Vespertine", "Medulla", and "Biophilia". She has been nominated for 14 Grammy Awards, an Academy Award, and two Golden Globes, though she's never won. Her Oscar nod resulted from the soundtrack she created for "Dancer in the Dark"; the song "I've Seen It All" earned the Best Song nomination. Despite not winning the Oscar, Bjork has won four MTV Video Music Awards and four BRIT Awards. "Rolling Stone" magazine considers her among the top 100 greatest singers of all-time. She has a daughter with her former partner, artist Matthew Barney, whom she stopped seeing in late 2013.