Thalia Mottola Net Worth

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Thalia Mottola net worth:
$50 Million

Thalia Mottola net worth: Thalia Mottola, also known simply as Thalia, is a Mexican singer-songwriter, entrepreneur, and actress and has a net worth of $50 million dollars. Born in Mexico City, Mexico, Thalia Mottola is considered by many to be the most successful Latin female star ever. Her albums have reached Gold or Platinum status in 22 countries, and to date, she has sold forty million albums worldwide. In addition to her incredibly successful music career, she has also starred in multiple telenovelas. It is estimated that over 2 billion people, in 180 countries, have watched her television work. She is also a published author, model, fashion designer, music producer, and mother of two. She is completely bilingual in French and Spanish, and began her music career performing with the children's group, Din Din. She performed with the band, Timbiriche, throughout the late 80s, before embarking on what has become a very successful solo career in 1989. She married music mogul Tommy Mottola in 2000.

Thalia Mottola Net Worth

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Thalía

Thalía

Singer
Date of Birth
Aug 26, 1971
Profession
Singer, Actor, Songwriter, Author, Businessperson, Fashion Designer, Philanthropist
Nationality
United States of America
Height
5 ft 5 in (1.67 m)
Nicknames
THALIA, Ariadna Thalía Sodi Miranda, Empress of Beauty, Queen of Soap Operas, Queen of Latin Pop, Thalía Sodi Miranda, Thalía Mottola, Thalía Sodi
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