Last Updated: July 9, 2024
Richest CelebritiesRock Stars
Net Worth:
$160 Million
Oct 3, 1969 (54 years old)
5 ft 5 in (1.676 m)
Actor, Fashion designer, Record producer, Singer-songwriter, Designer, Artist, Dancer, Musician, Visual Artist, Music artist
United States of America
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What is Gwen Stefani's Net Worth?

Gwen Stefani is an American pop star and fashion designer who has a net worth of $160 million. Gwen Stefani rose to fame as the lead vocalist of the rock band No Doubt. She began singing with the group in 1986, but they would not find success for nearly a decade. Their third album, 1995's "Tragic Kingdom," was a massive success thanks to multiple singles, notably "Just a Girl," "Spiderwebs," and "Don't Speak." The album went on to sell 16 million copies and turned the group, especially Gwen, into global superstars.

In the early 2000s, Stefani launched a successful solo career, releasing chart-topping albums and singles. Her debut solo album, "Love. Angel. Music. Baby.," featured hits like "Hollaback Girl" and showcased her pop and hip-hop influences. She continued to release solo music while occasionally reuniting with No Doubt.

Stefani expanded her brand into fashion, launching the clothing line L.A.M.B. and the fragrance line Harajuku Lovers. She's also been a coach on the TV show "The Voice" for multiple seasons.

Throughout her career, Stefani has won numerous awards, including Grammy Awards with No Doubt and as a solo artist. She's known for her distinctive voice, energetic performances, and iconic style. Her music and fashion have significantly influenced pop culture since the 1990s.

Early Life

Gwen Renée Stefani was born in Fullerton, California, on October 3, 1969. She was raised in the nearby city of Anaheim, California. Her father, Dennis Stefani, worked as a marketing executive for Yamaha, and her mother, Patti (née Flynn), was an accountant before becoming a housewife. Stefani has two brothers, Todd and Eric, and a sister, Jill.

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Music Career

In 1986, Gwen Stefani's older brother Eric invited her to be the vocalist for No Doubt, a ska band he had formed. Eric was the band's keyboardist. By 1991, they had signed to Interscope Records, and they released their self-titled debut studio album in 1992. At the time, grunge music was more popular, but No Doubt's third album, "Tragic Kingdom" (1995), featured the single "Don't Speak," which went on to lead the Hot 100 Airplay year-end chart two years after its release in 1997. The album would go on to be nominated for a Grammy, and by 2004, it had sold more than 16 million copies worldwide. In 2000, No Doubt released the album "Return of Saturn", followed by their 2001 album "Rock Steady". In particular, the material from "Rock Steady" was very popular; the singles "Hey Baby" and "Underneath It All" received Grammy Awards. While No Doubt was experiencing mainstream success, Stefani also branched out and began working on other projects. She collaborated on singles such as "You're the Boss" with the Brian Setzer Orchestra, "South Side" with Moby, and "Let Me Blow Ya Mind" with Eve, which won a Grammy Award for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration in 2002.

In 2004, Stefani released her debut solo album "Love. Angel. Music. Baby." (also known as "L.A.M.B."). It debuted at No. 7 on the US Billboard 200 chart and eventually reached multi-platinum status in the US, the UK, Australia, and Canada. A notable single from the album was "Hollaback Girl," which was her first No. 1 single in the US and was also the first US music download to sell more than one million copies.

Her second solo album, "The Sweet Escape", was released in December 2006. The album's title track reached the top 10 in over 15 countries and was nominated for the Grammy for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals. The single "Wind It Up" peaked in the top 10 in the US and the UK. While Stefani promoted "The Sweet Escape" on The Sweet Escape Tour (2007), which featured shows in North America, Europe, Asia, the Pacific, and Latin America, No Doubt began working on a new album without her. After her tour, work on the new No Doubt album was further slowed down because she was pregnant. No Doubt's sixth album, "Push and Shove," was released in September 2012.

Stefani's third solo album, "This Is What the Truth Feels Like," was released in 2016 and did not feature most of the material she had initially worked on in 2014, such as the singles "Baby Don't Lie" (2014) and "Spark the Fire" (2014). The album debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, making it her first No. 1 album as a solo artist. She has since gone on to release the Christmas album "You Make It Feel Like Christmas" (2017) and also began her first concert residency, named Just a Girl: Las Vegas, in June 2018 at the Zappos Theater in Las Vegas.

In December 2021, Stefani released the single "Let Me Reintroduce Myself" from her upcoming fifth studio album. "Slow Clap" followed in March 2021, and that single received a remix the next month featuring Saweetie. In 2022, she was a featured artist on the song "Light My Fire" by Sean Paul.

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Film and Television

Gwen Stefani made her film debut in Martin Scorsese's 2004 film, "The Aviator". Another film she has worked on includes the animated film "Trolls" (2016), providing the voice for the character DJ Suki. She has also featured on episodes of the shows "King of the Hill" and "Gossip Girl."

Her first foray into the world of televised reality music competitions was when she appeared on the sixth season of "American Idol" as a mentor, as part of the promotions for her album "The Sweet Escape." Then, in 2012, she appeared as a guest mentor along with the other members of No Doubt on the UK version of "The X-Factor." Additionally, she has been a coach across several seasons of "The Voice." After a hiatus from the show, it was announced in May 2023 that Stefani was returning and replacing Kelly Clarkson for season 24.

Other Ventures

While performing with No Doubt, Stefani often made her own outfits. This interest in fashion eventually led to the launch of her own clothing line, named "L.A.M.B." in 2004. The line was expanded in 2005 to include the less expensive "Harajuku Lovers" line. Under her L.A.M.B. label, Stefani has released everything from perfumes and eyewear to dolls, in addition to clothing. She also released a limited edition cosmetic collection in collaboration with Urban Decay in 2016. In March 2022, she launched the makeup brand GXVE Beauty.

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Personal Life

Stefani married Gavin Rossdale, the guitarist and lead singer for the rock band Bush, in 2002. They had their first child in 2006, Kingston James McGregor Rossdale, and in 2008, their second child, Zuma Nesta Rock Rossdale, was born. On August 3, 2015, Stefani announced that she had filed for divorce from Rossdale after 13 years of marriage. She began dating Blake Shelton, her co-judge on "The Voice," in 2015. Stefani and Shelton married in July 2021 at Blake's Oklahoma ranch.

Real Estate

In 2006, Stefani and Rossdale spent $13.25 million on a palatial mansion in Beverly Hills from property/nightclub tycoon Sam Nazarian. Nazarian had bought the home from Jennifer Lopez in 2004 for $11 million. Lopez bought the property in 2000 for $4 million. After their 2016 divorce, Stefani retained ownership of the property. She listed the home for sale soon after the divorce was official for $35 million. She finally found a buyer in 2019 for $21.65. The buyer this time was comedian Sebastian Maniscalco. Today, in addition to Shelton's Oklahoma ranch, Gwen and Blake also own and live in a $13 million Encino home.

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