Sam Smith Net Worth

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Sam Smith net worth:
$25 Million

Sam Smith net worth: Sam Smith is a British singer-songwriter who has a net worth of $25 million dollars. Sam Smith was born in London, England, and grew up studying and performing with the Youth Music Theatre UK. He also had extensive vocal training with Joanna Eden. He was featured on 2012's hit single, "Latch" by Disclosure, and suddenly he was catapulted into worldwide fame. In early 2013, he released his first single, "Lay Me Down", and also sang on Naughty Boy's track, "La La La". His first EP was released in mid-2013, and he subsequently won the BRIT Critics' Choice Award. His first studio album, "In the Lonely Hour", was released in May of 2014. He has toured the United States as the headliner, as well as appearing on various television shows, such as "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" and "Saturday Night Live", performing both his own material and with Latch. In May 2014, Smith revealed to the public that he is homosexual. He has acknowledged a relationship that has since ended with actor and model Jonathan Zeizel. At the 2015 Grammys, Sam Smith took best new artist as well as both record and song of the year for "Stay With Me," a moody, lovelorn ballad that became a smash on pop radio stations. During his remarks, he said, "I would like to thank the man that this album is about. By breaking my heart, you won me four Grammys!" He won an Academy Award for Best Original Song for his song "Writing's on the Wall" in 2016. Sam Smith released his second album "The Trill of It All" in 2017. He embarked on a tour of the same name in 2018.

Sam Smith Net Worth

Sam Smith

Date of Birth
May 19, 1992 (26 years old)
United Kingdom
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