Faith Hill net worth: Faith Hill is an American country singer who has a net worth of $80 million. Faith Hill was born Audrey Faith Perry on September 21, 1967 in Ridgeland, Mississippi. She is an American country singer. As a young child, Hill attended an Elvis Presley concert and it seemed to have a great impact on her. She began to sing in area churches, and at 17 she formed a band that would play at the local rodeo. She shortly attended Hinds Community College, but at 19 she quit school to move to Nashville and pursue her dream of becoming a country singer. She auditioned to be a backup singer for Reba McEntire, but didn't get the job. She took a job as a receptionist for a music production company, and after hearing her sing one day her boss suggested she start recording demos for the company. While singing at a local bar one day, a record executive happened to be in the audience and liked her voice, signing her to her first music contract. Her debut album "Wild One" held the number one spot in the charts for 4 weeks. In 1996 she began touring with Tim McGraw, and the two started dating and were married in October of that year. They have three children together. In years since Hill has released 8 number-one single and 3 number one albums.
Faith Hill Net Worth
Date of Birth
Sep 21, 1967 (48 years old)
Singer, Actor, Record producer, Artist, Singer-songwriter, Musician, Music artist
United States of America
5 ft 9 in (1.77 m)
Audrey Faith Perry
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