What is Jordin Sparks’ Net Worth?
|Net Worth:||$6 Million|
|Born:||22 December 1989|
|Salary:||$1 Million (Annual)|
Jordin Sparks is an American singer and actress who has a net worth of $6 million. She is the youngest winner of the American Idol season 6. In 2007, the RIAA certified her self-titled debut studio album platinum, and it has marketed more than 2 million units worldwide. Sparks was nominated for a Grammy for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals for one of the songs of the album.
Jordin Sparks-Thomas was born on December 22, 1989, and raised in Ridgewood, New Jersey, she grew up in the suburbs. Her father was a former football player, Phillipi Sparks.
Her younger brother, Phillippi “PJ” Sparks Jr, is also a football player at Arizona Christian University. She grew up in the Ridgewood, New Jersey suburbs, where her father was a defensive back for the New York Giants.
Sparks studied at Northwest Community Christian School in Phoenix until grade 8 after attending Sandra Day O’Connor High School in New Jersey until 2006 when she was homeschooled by her grandmother, Pam Wiedmann, so she could concentrate on her singing. Sparks is a devout Christian who attends Calvary Community Church in Phoenix.
Jordin Sparks rose to fame after winning American Idol at the age of 17 in 2007 and releasing her first album, “Jordin Sparks,” a few months later. Her debut record sold one million copies around the world. “Tattoo” and “No Air,” two of her singles, have charted in the Billboard Hot 100’s top ten.
Battlefield (2009), Sparks’ 2nd studio album, peaked at #7 on the Billboard 200 chart. She is the only American Idol contestant with five singles in the country’s top 20.
“S.O.S. (Let the Music Play)” was Sparks’ first chart-topping hit on the Hot Dance Club Play chart. She is amongst the most accomplished American Idol contestants ever, with 1.3 million albums and 10.2 million singles marketed in the US as of 2012. Sparks was also named to VH1’s “100 Greatest Women in Music” list in 2012.
She won her first award for Outstanding New Artist at the NAACP Image Awards in 2008. Jordin Sparks has four albums, twenty-five singles, and four extended plays to her credit. Jordin Sparks’ most recent album “Cider & Hennessy” was released in 2020.
Films and Television
In 2009, Sparks began appearing in films with Disney’s The Suite Life on Deck. Sparks also appeared as a guest star on the Nickelodeon show Big Time Rush. Sparks joined the cast of the Broadway play In the Heights in 2010. Sparks voiced the Blue Mermaid on Team Umizoomi in 2011.
Sparks’ first film “Sparkle” was released in 2012. Sparks began applying for a variety of TV and film parts, including ‘The Inevitable Defeat of Mister & Pete,’ an indie drama film. She’ll also star in ‘The Grace of Jake,’ a film about an ex-convict turned wandering musician.
A Lifetime Television romance Christmas film “Dear Secret Santa” released in 2013, starred Spencer Sparks as Abby. On CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Sparks had a guest appearance. Left Behind, an apocalyptic thriller adapted on the same-named novel series will star Sparks as Shasta Carvell.
She was cast as a Broadway replacement for Jenna Hunterson in Waitress in 2019 after a web series, Heart of Batter with Jordin Sparks, was produced by KIN Network in 2018. She was a fifth-place finisher on The Masked Dancer in 2021 as “Exotic Bird.”
Sparks collaborated with Wet Seal to launch her own apparel line, Sparks, in 2008, with sizes ranging from XS to XL. ‘Because of You…,’ Sparks’ debut fragrance, was launched in 2010.
This scent was first only offered via Dots Department Stores but had been made available to other retailers. In 2012, Sparks announced the release of her 3rd and 3rd fragrances, ‘Fascinate,’ and ‘Ambition.’ Her new fragrance is sold in retailers like Bon-Ton.
Sparks and Jason Derulo dated for three years before breaking up in 2014. In 2017, Sparks married fitness model Dana Isaiah and welcomed her first kid 2018.
Sparks developed acute vocal cord hemorrhage in 2008 as a result of overusing her vocal cords. Doctors advised vocal rest, prompting Sparks to postpone booked concerts, including cameos on Alicia Keys’ tour. Sparks was cleared to rejoin the tour a month later, and she was able to perform once more.
Sparks created a Swarovski Crystal-encrusted denim jacket to raise funds for orphans in 2007. She came to Africa with Malaria No More in 2008, a group whose objective is to eliminate malaria fatalities in Africa by 2015.
Sparks accompanied Laura Bush to the Maamobi Polyclinic, where the Bushes presented a number of treated bed nets to local female vendors to assist combat the malaria epidemic in Ghana.
The chieftains’ durbar heard Sparks sing “Amazing Grace.” Sparks filmed a public service commercial outlining the nationwide school supply collection project for Dosomething.org’s Do Something 101 campaign in 2008.
Sparks became an endorser for the Got Milk? campaign in 2009, which promotes the consumption of cow’s milk in the United States. Sparks performed in the VH1 Divas special, which was put on to raise money for the channel’s Save The Music Foundation.
Sparks was among the musicians who contributed to the charity song “We Are the World 25 for Haiti,” which was released in 2010 to benefit the victims of the Haiti disaster. Sparks collaborated with the founder and designer of Pennyroyal Silver “Tim Foster” to create her own necklace design for the company’s hallmark collection, with proceeds benefiting Haiti’s medical units.
As of 2022, Jordin Sparks’ net worth is estimated to be $6 million. She was among the most financially successful “American Idol” competitors of all time after selling 1.3 million singles in the United States by 2012.
Outside of music and acting, She is also credited for successful business ventures and philanthropic activities. Sparks was singing, performing in plays, and modeling by her early teens, and was already receiving attention for her talents.