Barbra Streisand Net Worth

Barbra Streisand Net Worth : $400 Million

Profile

An American Singer, Actor, Lyricist, Film Producer, Writer and Director

Nationality

American

Source of Wealth

Music, Acting

Years of Experience

53 (approximately)

Date of Birth

April 24, 1942

Education

Acquired High School Diploma from Erasmus Hall High School

Marital Status

Married

Children

1 son (3 step-children)

Barbra Streisand’s Income & Total Net Worth

She is a famous actress and singer with a net worth of $400 million, which she has earned through live performances and concert tours. She is one of the most awarded living artists. Till date, she has sold more than 70 million albums in the U.S. She is widely popular all over the world, and her recent concert “Barbara Live” fetched her with $40 million.

Properties: Private Fortune

She is the owner of a magnificent house in Malibu, which currently has a value of $12 million. The house was bought in 1974, and it is famous for its beauty and scenic views. The mansion is spread over an area of 22.5 acres.

barbra streisand house Malibu

She also owns a black Ford Explorer. The interiors of the car have been customized according to her taste.  The enriching features of the car are window locks, electronically operated door and power steering.

Barbra Streisand’s Career

Barbra was born in New York. She did her studies from Erasmus Hall High School and commenced her career as a nightclub singer. Her first appearance on television took place in 1961 with “The Tonight Show”.

Her first album was “The Barbara Streisand Album”, which bagged her 2 Grammy Awards. She has recorded almost 50 studio albums with Columbia Records.

Awards and Honours

Throughout her career, she received American Film Institute awards, Kennedy Centre Honours, Daytime Emmy, Special Tony Award, 5 Emmy’s, 2 Academy Awards and 8 Grammy Awards.

Philanthropy

Through her live performances and concerts, Barbra has raised $25 million for various organisations.

In 2006, she donated $1 million for former president Bill Clinton’s Climate Change Initiative, and in 2009, she donated $5 million to support Barbra Streisand Women’s Cardiovascular Research and Education Program.