Christina Perri is a singer/songwriter and musician who has a net worth of $4 million. Christina Perri has earned her net worth through her musical recordings such as "Jar of Hearts," which landed her a major record deal with Atlantic Records. She also recorded hits such as "Arms," "Distance" and her album "Lovestrong. Some of her recordings have been used in television shows such as "Pretty Little Liars," "The Bold and the Beautiful," and the ABC Family Movie "Teen Spirit." Her song "A Thousand Years" Is used on the movie soundtrack for The Twilight Saga; Breaking Dawn, and in 2010 she released her very first EP called "The Ocean Way Sessions. Christina Perri has also performed many of her hits on television shows such as "Conan," "Dancing with the Stars Result Show," BBC's show "Strictly Come Dancing" and more. Christina was born in 1986 and originated from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and spent her childhood in Bensalem, Pennsylvania with her older brother Nick, who was a guitar player who has performed with various artists. She went to high school at Archbishop Ryan High and graduated in 2004. Along with her singing and songwriting, Christina is also a self-taught guitarist and pianist. When she turned twenty one she moved to California and married, but it ended in divorce in the late 2000's. She moved back to Philadelphia for a while and then back to Los Angeles, where she waitressed during the day and recorded her songs in the evening. Her first American Concert Tour (The Lovestrong Tour) was announced in May of 2011 and she will be performing in Europe, North America and Australia. Her last tour date is July 15. 2012, and will be held in London, England.
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Date of Birth
Aug 19, 1986 (29 years old)
Guitarist, Pianist, Singer-songwriter, Singer
United States of America
5 ft 5 in (1.67 m)
Christina Judith Perri
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