Sara Bareilles Net Worth

How much is Sara Bareilles Worth?

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Sara Bareilles net worth:
$16 Million

Sara Bareilles net worth: Sara Bareilles is an American singer, pianist and songwriter who has a net worth of $16 million. Sara Bareilles was born in Eureka, California on December 7, 1979. After graduating from high school, Sara moved to Los Angeles and enrolled at UCLA to study Communications. While at UCLA, Sara joined an all-girls A Cappella group called "Awaken A Cappella". As a solo artist, Sara achieved her first taste of success when she performed in UCLA's annual Spring Sing concert. She was voted best performer on campus two years in a row. After graduating from college, Sara began performing at any venue she could around Los Angeles. She eventually landed a recording contract with Epic Records. She would go on to release her first album "Careful Confessions" in 2004. Her second album, 2007's "Little Voice" went platinum and made Sara a household name. In total she has released four studio albums and dozens of singles. Her most recent album "The Blessed Unrest" was nominated for an Album of the Year Grammy. Her song off that same album, titled "Brave" was also nominated for Best Pop Solo Performance. Outside of music, Sara has also made several notable guest appearances on television shows such as 30 Rock, The Sing-Off and Community.

Sara Bareilles Net Worth

Sara Bareilles

Net Worth:$16 Million
Date of Birth:Dec 7, 1979 (40 years old)
Gender:Female
Height:5 ft 4 in (1.65 m)
Profession:Musician, Singer-songwriter, Pianist, Actor
Nationality:United States of America
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