Sheena Easton Net Worth

We sure love our actresses. Sheena Easton is no exception. As an Recording Artist, Singer, Composer, Actress from Bellshill, Scotland, UK. Born on April 27, 1959 into the family of Annie, Alex Orr Alex Orr, Morag Orr, Annessa Orr, Marilyn Orr, Robert Orr, 9 to 5, We’ve Got Tonight, Almost Over You, this British-American woman is famous for her many roles on large and small movies as well as TV. Standing at 5′ 1″ (1.55 m), Sheena Easton studied and graduated from Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama, Glasgow. The actress’ family is comprised of her spouse Sandi Easton, Rob Light, Tim Delarm, John Minoli, kids Skylar Easton, Jake Rion Cousins Easton, 9 to 5, We’ve Got Tonight, Almost Over You. As most of famous actresses, Sheena Easton has amassed a large net worth with a lot of money under her name. Successful box office hits and terrific performances on the small and large screen have earned this woman tons of accolades and recognition across the board. So, what about numbers? Her net worth is calculated to be $15 Million.

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Easton grew up in Scotland along with her five siblings. She attended the Royal Scottish Academy of Music in Glasgow, and performed at local clubs with the band Something Else. In 1979 she appeared in the BBC reality television series “The Big Time”, focusing on amateurs trying to become pop-music stars, which subsequently enabled her to sign a record deal with EMI Records. Her debut singles “Modern Girl” and “9 to 5” became instant hits, making Easton the first female artist since the 50s to have two Top 10 hits at the same time in Britain. Her songs were released in the USA, with the single “9 to 5” being retitled “Morning Train”, and achieving great success, and considerably benefiting her net worth.

In 1981 Sheena released another hit, the James Bond movie theme ”For Your Eyes Only”, which became a top 10 hit in both the USA and UK, and the song brought Easton a Grammy Award for Best New Artist of 1981; she became famous worldwide and her net worth boosted.

The following year she undertook her first US tour, and also went on to release several albums during the 80s, containing the hits “You Could Have Been With Me”, “Wind Beneath My Wings”, a duet with Kenny Rogers “We’ve Got Tonight”, “Telefone (Long Distance Love Affair)” and “Almost Over You”. Her 1984 duet with Luis Miguel in the Spanish language – “Me Gustas Tal Como Eres” – earned her a Grammy Award for Best Mexican-American Performance. The same year her album “A Private Heaven” became the biggest-selling US album of her career, being certified gold and then platinum, containing the hit songs “Strut” and “Sugar Walls”, the latter being written and produced by Prince. Easton became the only artist to have top five hits on Billboard’s five major charts – pop, r&b, country, adult contemporary and dance. All added to her wealth.

Easton’s collaboration with Prince continued through her several following albums, and she also appeared in his concert film “Sign o’ the Times”, duetting with the artist on “U Got the Look”, while also writing a number of songs with him.

Easton later signed with MCA Records and released her next gold album, “The Lover in Me” with the title song becoming her greatest hit since “Morning Train”. Three more albums followed, “What Comes Naturally”, “No Strings” and “My Cherie”, which were her last albums to be released in the US, as her next two albums “Freedom” and “Home” were released only in Japan.

In 2000 Easton signed with Universal International UK and released “Fabulous”, which was her last and probably least successful album. She has since contributed to soundtracks and theme songs for several movies and performed in various casinos’ entertainment venues. She has recently appeared in symphony concerts called “The Spy Who Loved Me”.

Aside from her music career, Easton has also been involved in stage and screen acting. During the late ’80s and the ’90s, she appeared as a singer Caitlin Davies in the series “Miami Vice”, and starred in the Broadway revivals of “Man of La Mancha” as Aldonza and in “Grease” as Rizzo. She appeared as a recording star Melissa McCammon in an episode of the Canadian television series “The Outer Limits”, and played several characters in the animated series “Gargoyles”. Easton has also done a number of voice-over roles and has made several cameo appearances in various shows; all added to her net worth.

In her private life, Easton was married four times. Her fist marriage was while she still lived in Scotland, to Sandi Easton. The couple divorced after only eight months. In 1984 she married talent agent Rob Light, but divorced him 18 months later. In 1997 she married producer Tim Delarm, and divorced him the following year. Her last marriage was to a plastic surgeon John Minoli, and that also lasted a year.

In 1992 Easton became a USA citizen. She currently lives in Henderson, Nevada with her two adopted children. Sources believe she is single at present.

Structural info

  • Full Name: Sheena Easton
  • Net Worth: $15 Million
  • Date Of Birth: April 27, 1959
  • Place Of Birth: Bellshill, Scotland, UK
  • Height: 5′ 1″ (1.55 m)
  • Profession: Recording Artist, Singer, Composer, Actress
  • Education: Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama, Glasgow
  • Nationality: British-American
  • Spouse: Sandi Easton, Rob Light, Tim Delarm, John Minoli
  • Children: Skylar Easton, Jake Rion Cousins Easton, 9 to 5, We’ve Got Tonight, Almost Over You
  • Parents: Annie, Alex Orr
  • Siblings: Alex Orr, Morag Orr, Annessa Orr, Marilyn Orr, Robert Orr, 9 to 5, We’ve Got Tonight, Almost Over You
  • Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Official-Sheena-Easton-715993161817359
  • IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0002054
  • Awards: Grammy Award (Best New Artist in 1981, Best Mexican-American Performance in 1985), Grammy Award for Best Mexican-American Performance (1984)
  • Record Labels: Warner Bros., EMI, EMI/America, MCA, Universal
  • Albums: “A Private Heaven” (1984), “Sign o’ the Times” (1987), “The Lover in Me”, “What Comes Naturally”, “No Strings”, “My Cherie”, “Freedom”, “Home”, “Fabulous”,
  • Nominations: Grammy Award for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance, MTV Video Music Award for Best Choreography, American Music Award for Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist, Grammy Award for Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals, MTV Video Music Award for Best Editing, Brit Award for British Female Solo A…
  • Movies: ”For Your Eyes Only” (1981), “Sign o’ the Times”
  • TV Shows: “The Big Time” (1979), “Miami Vice”, “Man of La Mancha”, “Grease”, “The Outer Limits”,”Gargoyles”

Quotes

  • [on her children’s awareness of her ’80s fame] Living in Vegas, they’ve seen giant billboards advertising their mom’s shows. They’re proud of me. I don’t do anything to embarrass them. I don’t sit around on a Saturday night going, ‘So, do you want to watch Mom’s videos from the ’80s?’ [The Arizona Republic, April 6, 2008]
  • in the Orange County Register, 12/22/91] I have never claimed to be Miss Hip and I never tried to appeal to an avant-garde audience with a green streak in my hair, a bag over my head and songs about living couches. Some entertainers lose their way because they’re always trying to make a statement with their music or trying to be cool enough to be in with The Rolling Stones crowd. Well, that was never me. So sue me; I’m a pop singer. People bounce along in their cars to my songs and that’s good enough for me.

Facts

  • Friends with Debra Winger.
  • Headlining one-woman show in Las Vegas Hilton Night Club exclusively through December 2002. [February 2002]
  • When For Your Eyes Only’s theme song received an Oscar nomination, she performed it live on the night.
  • First singer of a 007 theme song to appear in the opening credits – For Your Eyes Only (1981).
  • To date (2009), Easton, Lulu and Shirley Manson are the only Scottish artists to have sung 007 title songs, respectively: For Your Eyes Only (1981), The Man with the Golden Gun (1974) and The World Is Not Enough (1999) (as Garbage). Ironically, neither movie featured fellow-Scot Sean Connery as James Bond.
  • The only act to appear in the Top Five on all of Billboard magazine’s main charts: Country, Pop, Hot 100, Adult Contemporary, R&B/Hip Hop, Dance Airplay, and Dance Sales.
  • Robbie Williams mentions her in his song “Me and My Monkey”.
  • Recorded an album of disco covers, ‘Fabulous’, in 2000 for Universal Records for the European market. It went top 20 in Spain and Estonia.
  • Two time Grammy Award winner
  • Her song “9 to 5” was already a big hit in the UK, so when the song was released in America it went under the title “Morning Train” to avoid confusion with Dolly Parton’s recent hit of the same name.
  • Inspired to pursue a singing career after seeing Barbra Streisand in The Way We Were (1973), she later attended the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama while moonlighting with the group Something Else.
  • Earned the hits “For Your Eyes Only” (#4), “When He Shines” (#30), “You Could Have Been With Me” (#15), “Telefone (long Distance Love Affair)” (#9), “Modern Girl” (#18), “We’ve Got Tonight” with Kenny Rogers (#6), “Almost Over You” (#26), “Strut” (#7), “Do It For Love” (29), “Sugar Walls” (#9), “The Lover In Me” (#2), “What Comes Naturally” (#19), “U Got the Look” with Prince (#2) and “Morning Train (Nine to Five)” – her only hit to reach #1 on the Billboard Pop Charts.
  • Her hit song, “We’ve Got Tonight”, with Kenny Rogers, went to #1 on the Billboard Country Charts.
  • She won two Grammy Awards, including one for Best New Artist in 1981.
  • Naturalized U.S. citizen.
  • Two adopted children: Jake (adopted in 1995) and Skylar (adopted in 1996).

Filmography

Actress
Title Year Status Character
Romances of the Republics 2015 Goldie Cocker
Phineas and Ferb 2009 TV Series Doofenshmirtz’s Girlfriend
Young Blades 2005 TV Mini-Series Queen Anne
Scooby-Doo and the Loch Ness Monster 2004 Video Professor Fiona Pembrooke (voice)
Vegas Live! with Clint Holmes & Sheena Easton 2003 TV Series Host
The Legend of Tarzan 2001 TV Series Dr. Robin Doyle
Planescape: Torment 1999 Video Game Annah-of-the-Shadows (voice)
Chicken Soup for the Soul 1999 TV Series Vicky
The Wild Thornberrys 1999 TV Series Mother Kangaroo
An All Dogs Christmas Carol 1998 Video Sasha
Ghost of Christmas Present (voice)
All Dogs Go to Heaven: The Series 1996-1998 TV Series Sasha
Road Rovers 1996-1997 TV Series The Groomer / Mrs. British Prime Minister
Duckman: Private Dick/Family Man 1997 TV Series Betty
The Outer Limits 1996 TV Series Melissa McCammon
Gargoyles 1995-1996 TV Series Robyn Canmore
Robyn Correy
Banshee
All Dogs Go to Heaven 2 1996 Sasha La Fleur (voice)
Haunted Lives: True Ghost Stories 1995 TV Mini-Series documentary Janet (nightclub owner)
TekWar 1994 TV Movie Warbride
David Copperfield 1993 TV Movie Agnes (voice)
The Adventures of Brisco County Jr. 1993 TV Series Crystal Hawks
Highlander 1993 TV Series Annie Devlin
Body Bags 1993 TV Movie Megan (segment “Hair”)
Jack’s Place 1993 TV Series Gwen
Miami Vice 1987-1988 TV Series Caitlin Davies
Soundtrack
Title Year Status Character
Who’s Doing the Dishes? 2016 TV Series performer – 2 episodes
Mr. Robot 2016 TV Series performer – 1 episode
Red Oaks 2015 TV Series performer – 1 episode
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon 2014 TV Series performer – 1 episode
Kenny Rogers: The First 50 Years 2011 TV Movie performer: “We’ve Got Tonight”
Sikeurit Gadeun 2010 TV Series performer – 1 episode
Dirty Girl 2010 performer: “Strut”
Phineas and Ferb 2008 TV Series performer – 1 episode
Saturday Night Live: The Best of Christopher Walken 2004 TV Special performer: “9 to 5 Morning Train” – uncredited
EuroTrip 2004 performer: “Morning Train Nine to Five”
EastEnders 2003 TV Series performer – 1 episode
Un paso adelante 2002 TV Series performer – 2 episodes
Vacuuming Completely Nude in Paradise 2001 TV Movie performer: “Morning Train Nine to Five” – uncredited
An All Dogs Christmas Carol 1998 Video performer: “When I Hear a Christmas Carol”
All Dogs Go to Heaven: The Series 1996-1998 TV Series performer – 3 episodes
Seinfeld 1996-1997 TV Series performer – 2 episodes
MGM Sing-Alongs: Friends 1997 Video short performer: “Count Me Out”, “I Will Always Be with You”
Duckman: Private Dick/Family Man 1997 TV Series performer – 1 episode
Shiloh 1996 performer: “Are There Angels?”
All Dogs Go to Heaven 2 1996 performer: “Count Me Out”, “I Will Always Be With You”
The Pebble and the Penguin 1995 performer: “Now and Forever End Credit Version”
Beavis and Butt-Head 1994 TV Series performer – 1 episode
David Copperfield 1993 TV Movie performer: “Is There Anyone?”, “Family Christmas”
Indecent Proposal 1993 performer: “The Nearness of You”
FernGully: The Last Rainforest 1992 performer: “A Dream Worth Keeping”
The Taking of Beverly Hills 1991 performer: “What Comes Naturally”
Miami Vice 1987-1988 TV Series performer – 2 episodes
The Magic of David Copperfield 10: The Bermuda Triangle 1988 TV Movie performer: “So Far, So Good”
Shades of Love: Make Mine Chartreuse 1987 TV Movie performer: “We’ve Got Tonight”
About Last Night… 1986 performer: “SO FAR, SO GOOD”, “NATURAL LOVE”
Santa Claus: The Making of the Movie 1985 TV Movie documentary performer: “It’s Christmas All Over the World”
Santa Claus 1985 performer: “Christmas All Over the World”
Protocol 1984 performer: “Strut”
Knight Rider 1983 TV Series writer – 1 episode
Happy Birthday, Bob! 1983 TV Special performer: “Just the Way You Are”
The 54th Annual Academy Awards 1982 TV Special documentary performer: “For Your Eyes Only”
The Two Ronnies 1981 TV Series performer – 1 episode
Top of the Pops 1980-1981 TV Series performer – 11 episodes
For Your Eyes Only 1981 performer: “For Your Eyes Only”, “For Your Eyes Only Reprise”
Composer
Title Year Status Character
The Lover in Me 1989 Video short
Self
Title Year Status Character
The Vegas Show with Sheena Easton & Brian McKnight 2005 TV Series Herself
40 Most Awesomely Bad Dirrty Songs… Ever 2004 TV Special documentary Herself (Song “Sugar Walls”) / Archive Footage
The Casino 2004 TV Series Herself
Ask Rita 2003 TV Series Herself
VH-1 Where Are They Now? 2002 TV Series documentary Herself
Fame, Set and Match 2002 TV Series documentary Herself
Hollywood Squares 2002 TV Series Herself
Los más queridos 2001 TV Movie Herself
Rove Live 2001 TV Series Herself
Good Morning Australia 2001 TV Series Herself
I Love 1980’s 2001 TV Series documentary Herself
Silhouettes: The James Bond Titles 2000 Video documentary short Herself
The Bond Sound: The Music of 007 2000 Video documentary short Herself
Never Can Say Goodbye: The Sheena Easton Story 2000 TV Movie documentary Herself
So Graham Norton 2000 TV Series Herself
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 1995 TV Series Herself
Prince: The Hits Collection 1993 Video documentary
1993 Environmental Media Awards 1993 TV Special Herself
Indecent Proposal 1993 Herself
One on One with John Tesh 1991-1992 TV Series Herself
7 Minute Stomach 1992 Video Herself
Great American Celebration 1991 TV Movie Herself
Cue the Music 1991 TV Series Themselves (1995)
Soul Train 1985-1991 TV Series documentary Herself
The 5th Annual Soul Train Music Awards 1991 TV Special Herself – Presenter
Voices that Care 1991 TV Movie documentary Herself – Choir Member
The 18th Annual American Music Awards 1991 TV Special Herself
America’s Top 10 1989-1990 TV Series Herself / Himself
Lou Rawls Parade of Stars 1989 TV Series Herself
The 3rd Annual Soul Train Music Awards 1989 TV Special Herself
It’s Garry Shandling’s Show. 1989 TV Series Herself
The Arsenio Hall Show 1989 TV Series Herself
Top of the Pops 1980-1989 TV Series Herself
Happy New Year, America 1988 TV Special Herself
The 2nd Annual Soul Train Music Awards 1988 TV Special Herself
Sign ‘o’ the Times 1987 Documentary Herself
The Grand Knockout Tournament 1987 TV Special Herself
The 14th Annual American Music Awards 1987 TV Special Herself
One Voice 1986 TV Special documentary Herself – Audience Member (uncredited)
The 13th Annual American Music Awards 1986 TV Special Herself – Presenter
Wogan 1985 TV Series Herself
New American Bandstand 1965 1981-1985 TV Series Herself
Late Night with David Letterman 1984 TV Series Herself
Solid Gold 1982-1984 TV Series Herself / Herself – Cameo
On Stage America 1984 TV Series Herself
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson 1981-1984 TV Series Herself
The 11th Annual American Music Awards 1984 TV Special Herself – Presenter
Kenny Rogers Live in Concert 1983 TV Movie Herself
Happy Birthday, Bob! 1983 TV Special Herself
Sheena Easton… Act One 1983 TV Movie Herself
The 10th Annual American Music Awards 1983 TV Special Herself
Leather and Lace 1983 TV Movie Herself
Sheena Easton Live at the Palace 1982 Video Herself
The Royal Variety Performance 1982 1982 TV Movie Herself
Saturday Superstore 1982 TV Series Herself
Starburst 1980-1982 TV Series Herself
The Glen Campbell Music Show 1982 TV Series Herself
The Secret Policeman’s Other Ball 1982 Documentary The Secret Policeman Choir (uncredited)
The 54th Annual Academy Awards 1982 TV Special documentary Herself – Performer
The 24th Annual Grammy Awards 1982 TV Special Herself
The American Music Awards 1982 TV Special Herself – Host
The Two Ronnies 1981 TV Series Herself
Lena Maria Show 1981 TV Series Herself
Stars 1981 TV Series Herself
For Your Eyes Only 1981 Herself – Singer in Title Sequence (uncredited)
The Midnight Special 1981 TV Series Herself
The Little and Large Show 1980 TV Series Herself
Friday Night, Saturday Morning 1980 TV Series Herself
London Night Out 1980 TV Series Herself
The Big Time 1980 TV Series documentary Herself – Contestant
Kenny Rogers: The First 50 Years 2011 TV Movie Herself
The Wendy Williams Show 2010 TV Series Herself
Certifiably Jonathan 2007 Documentary Herself
Archive Footage
Title Year Status Character
… Sings James Bond 2012 TV Movie Herself – For Your Eyes Only
Luis Miguel: La trayectoria 2006 TV Movie documentary Herself
Retrosexual: The 80’s 2004 TV Mini-Series documentary Herself
Top Ten 2001 TV Series documentary Herself
Oscar’s Greatest Moments 1992 Video documentary Herself
Miami Vice 1988 TV Series Caitlin Davies
Top of the Pops 1980-1981 TV Series Herself

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