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Sia Kate Isobelle Furler was born on 18 December 1975, in Adelaide, South Australia, Australia, and is a record producer, singe, and songwriter, best known for the popularity of her various songs as well as albums. She’s had many successful collaborations, and all of her efforts have helped put her net worth to where it is today.
How rich is Sia Furler? As of early-2017, sources estimate a net worth that is at $20 million, mostly earned through a successful career in the music industry. She’s won numerous awards over the course of her career, releasing multiple successful albums. As she continues her career it is expected that her wealth will also continue to increase.
Sia Furler Net Worth $20 million
Growing up, Sia imitated the style of popular singers such as Sting, Aretha Franklin and Stevie Wonder. She attended Adelaide High School, and during the 1990s, her career as a singer would begin. She joined the acid jazz band Crisp,helping them create two Eps – “Word and the Deal” and “Delirium”. In 1997, Crisp disbanded and Sia would work on her debut solo album entitled “OnlySee”.
Sia moved to London and performed as a background vocalist for Jamiroquai. She also became the lead vocalist of Zero 7 on their first three studio albums. She is regarded as the band’s unofficial singer, and they created the song “Destiny” which reached the UK Singles Chart. In 2000, she signed a recording contract with the label Dance Pool, and released the single “Taken for Granted” which would reach 10th spot on the UK Singles Chart. The following year, she created the album “Healing is Difficult”, but poor promotion of the album led her to leave Dance Pool and join Universal Music Group’s Go! Beat. She won an APRA Award for Breakthrough Songwriter in 2002. Two years later, she released the album “Colour the Small One” which had a few successful singles but failed to make any mainstream success. This led Sia to move to New York City and created the song “Breathe Me” which was featured in the series “Six Feet Under”.
In 2007, Sia released the live album entitled “Lady Croissant” and would leave Zero 7 on friendly terms. She then worked on her fourth album called “Some People Have Real Problems”, which would certify gold in Australia, and become her first album to chart in the United States. Two years later, she released “TV Is My Parent” and won an ARIA Music Award for Best Music DVD. She then collaborated with Christina Aguilera, and co-wrote several songs for her album “Bionic”. In 2010, Sia wrote the song “Bound to You” for the film “Burlesque” which earned her a Golden Globe Award.
Next came “We Are Born”, which certified gold in Australia once again. The song “Clap Your Hands” would become the album’s best-selling single, and she would also promote her album through a tour.
Sia then tried to retire from being an artist after “We Are Born”, stating that she was growing uncomfortable with the fame. She continued writing songs however, and “Titanium” would reach David Guetta who included her original vocals of the song, and which would become hugely successful in various parts of the world. She continued writing songs for other popular artists such as Rihanna and Flo Rida, then in 2013 she released the song “Elastic Heart” for the film “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire”. She also went on to release another album called “1000 Forms of Fear” which debuted in the top spot of the US Billboard Hot 100, and for which she received four Grammy Award nominations in 2015. At this point she started wearing a large oversized wig, not showing her face in order to maintain some sort of privacy. However, in 2015, she then released the follow up “This is Acting” and has since toured and performed in various locations, somewhat negating her privacy.
For her personal life, it is known that Sia married filmmaker Erik Anders Lang in 2014, but they separated in 2016. She has stated in interviews that her sexual orientation is flexible.