Sara Bareilles Biography
|Date of Birth:||1979 , December-7|
|Age:||40 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States of America|
|Height:||5 feet 5 inch|
|Birth Name||Sara Beth Bareilles|
|Birth Place/City||Eureka, California|
|Net Worth||$16 million|
|Body Measurements||33-24-34 inch|
|Weight in KG||57 kg|
|Education||University of California, Los Angeles|
|Awards||ASCAP Pop Music Awards 2008|
|Movies||A Trace Of The Sun: Volunteering In Japan|
Sara Beth Bareilles is an American singer-songwriter, actress and author who achieved mainstream success in 2007 with the hit single "Love Song", which reached number four on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. She has sold over one million albums and over nine million singles and downloads in the United States alone and has earned six Grammy Award nominations.
Early Life And Education Of Sara Bareilles
Sara Beth Bareilles was born on December 7, 1979, in Eureka, California, United States of America. She is of American nationality and was brought up as a Christian by religion.
She was born as the second of three daughters to their middle-class parents. Her mother Bonnie Halvorsen used to work at a funeral home while her daddy Paul Bareilles was an insurance agent.
Having mixed European ancestry, she has good command over the Italian language as she lived for some time in her life over there. As a young girl, she was fantasied by theatre and was involved in some stage acts early in her life. Later, she was more into music and learned to play guitar at her school.
She studied at the local Garmony Public High from where she graduated in 1998. She considered she had a pretty good school life and it shaped her for what she is today.
After she left the theatre group, she was involved with the music team and performed in many programs for her school. Upon graduation, she went to study at the University of California, L.A and joined a musical group there.
Sara Bareilles' Career
Soon, after singing some cover songs of different artists, she started to come up with her own lyrics and music. She made many friends and one of them was the crew of music band Maroon 5, which was then known as Kara’s Flowers. Learning to play piano and harmonium in her college she participated and won two times at the UCLA Spring Sing, student’s concert.
With more than 5 albums and many songs, she has proved herself to be a good singer and musician. Her dedication towards her work has been praised by many and her fame and fans are the awards that she has got. She also has won or been nominated for many different awards and has enjoyed much success.
Sara Bareilles' Net Worth And Salary
Sara Bareilles' net worth is $16 million at present. She has earned a huge sum of money from her successful career.
She achieved her first taste of success when she performed in UCLA's annual Spring Sing concert. Her second album, 2007's "Little Voice" went platinum and made Sara a household name. She has released four studio albums and dozens of singles in total.
Sara Bareilles' Personal Life
A good-looking woman, Sara is also very gracious in her character as well. With those shiny brown eyes, her face looks much pretty with her hot lips that carry her gorgeous smile, a sign of her confidence. She is also a good company to be around with, and has a good sense of humor and makes everyone smile and cheerful.
Her down to earth nature and her intelligence makes it easy for her to make friends and admirers quite easily. With some good fashion sense, she has revealed herself in some sexy clothes and posed for some photo shoots, pictures that you can find in her Instagram account.
Bareilles was in a long-term relationship with former band member and guitarist, Javier Dunn, until 2013. She met actor Joe Tippett in August 2015, during the out-of-town tryout for Waitress at the American Repertory Theater in Cambridge, Massachusetts and later began a relationship. The couple made their first public/red carpet appearance at the 2017 Tony Awards.
Bareilles considers herself as, "definitely sort of a feminist," saying, "I don't think that being a feminist has anything to do with hating anything. It's about celebrating women and being productive for females. I'm not one for seeing amazing, intelligent women being reduced to sex symbols." She has been a longtime ally of the LGBT community, and cites her song, "Brave," as being inspired by her friend's struggle with coming out."