Nancy Sinatra is one of the most popular and Successful American singers. Her 1966 hit, ‘These Boots are made for walkin’ made her popular and she went on to give many hit albums in her career. Now let’s have a close look on Nancy Sinatra’s net worth in 2019.
Nancy Sinatra was born on June 8, 1940 in New Jersey. She is the daughter of Legendary Singer Frank Sinatra, who has been a popular music icon. During her early age she learnt piano, dance and drama along with her voice lessons.
She dropped out from her University after a year and debuted on her father’s TV special, ‘The Frank Sinatra Time Show’.
She then focused on her launch; she started working with songwriter and singer Lee Hazlewood. She released her breakthrough hits, ‘These Boots are made for Walkin’ ‘Something Stupid’ and many more, and also stepped in a filming career.
She married Tommy Sands in 1960 but the marriage didn’t work and they divorced in 1965. She married Hugh Lambert in 1970 with whom she has two children.
After making a popular debut on The Frank Sinatra Timex Show, she started working with Lee Hazlewood for her next album launches. Her first album was a success. Later, she began to appear in several films including ‘The Wild Angels’, ‘Last of the secret Agents’, etc.
She made appearances in popular shows like ‘The man from U.N.C.L.E.’ and ‘The Ed Sullivan Show’.
Although her acting career was decent, she remained in the music industry throughout her career.
In 2009, she released a digital-only project, ‘Cherry Smiles.’
Awards & Achievements
Nancy Sinatra has been a popular name in American Music industry. She was nominated for Golden Globes in 1989 and 1969. She has won the famous OFTA Film Award in 2004 and Star on the walk of Fame in 2006. She also received nominations for Laurel Awards but never won it. Due to her support and contribution to the troops in Vietnam War, she was honored with the ‘Heart of a Patriot Award’ by USO of Chicago.
Net Worth of Nancy Sinatra
Nancy Sinatra has an estimated net worth of over $ 50 million. She had a good film career but it was her music which took her to heights. With the success of ‘These Boots are made for Walking’, Sinatra earned a popular name in Music industry. She has also written two successful books dedicating to her father. Her theme song for James Bond’s film ‘You only Live Twice’ became immensely popular.
To Nancy Sinatra, her father has become a constant and moral support to pursue her career in the music Industry. In all the years where she gave so many hits, she has lived up to the expectations of the industry and is a major inspiration to the young music lovers.
Apart from Music, she has been active with charitable work and support to deserving organizations. She supported Vietnam War troops and has continued doing so.
In 2003, she partnered again with Hazlewood to release the album ‘Nance and Lee 3’.
She also launched a 3 hour radio show entitled, ‘Nancy for Frank’ and hosted another show ‘Siriusly Sinatra’.
For her decade long career and so many hit albums, the music fraternity dedicated a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame to her in 2006.