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Mary Wilson Net Worth

Mary Wilson Net Worth

Net Worth: $8 Million

Statistics
  • Source of Wealth Music
  • Birth Place Greenville, Mississippi, United States
  • Height 5' 4½" (1.64 m)
  • Marital Status Divorced (Pedro Ferrer)
  • Full Name Mary Wilson
  • Nationality American
  • Date of Birth March 6, 1944
  • Ethnicity African-American
  • Occupation Vocalist
  • Education New York University
  • Children 3 (Pedro Antonio Jr., Rafael, Turkessa)
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About Mary Wilson

Wilson is estimated to be worth $8 million. Mary Wilson is one of the founders of The Supremes, one of the most successful girl female groups in the world. Formerly called The Primettes, the group changed its name to The Supremes in 1961. In the succeeding years, Mary Wilson and the rest of the group enjoyed the primes of their career. Later on, the group’s name was changed to Diana Ross and the Supremes but in 1970, the name was permanently changed to The Supremes.

Mary Wilson has also published the autobiography titled “Dreamgirl: My Life as a Supreme” which is considered as one of the most popular and successful autobiographies written by a musical figure.

Earnings & Financial Data

The below financial data is gathered and compiled by TheRichest analysts team to give you a better understanding of Mary Wilson's net worth by breaking down the most relevant financial events such as yearly salaries, contracts, earn outs, endorsements, stock ownership and much more.

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  • Earnings 2008
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Earnings 2008 N/A
Record Sales 2008

Estimated earnings from the compilation album The Definitive Collection with the American female singing group The Supremes

$70,000
Earnings 1997 N/A
Record Sales 1997

Estimated earnings from the compilation album The Ultimate Collection with the American female singing group The Supremes (certified silver by BPI)

$120,000
Earnings 1988 N/A
Record Sales 1988

Estimated earnings from the compilation album Love Supreme with the American female singing group The Supremes

$60,000
Earnings 1978 N/A
Record Sales 1978

Estimated earnings from the compilation album At Their Best with the American female singing group The Supremes

$30,000
Earnings 1977 N/A
Record Sales 1977

Estimated earnings from the compilation album 20 Golden Greats with the American female singing group The Supremes

$100,000
Earnings 1976 N/A
Record Sales 1976

Estimated earnings from the album High Energy with the American female singing group The Supremes

$125,000
Record Sales 1976

Estimated earnings from the album Mary, Scherrie & Susaye with the American female singing group The Supremes

$50,000
Earnings 1975 N/A
Record Sales 1975

Estimated earnings from the album The Supremes with the American female singing group The Supremes

$70,000
Earnings 1974 N/A
Record Sales 1974

Estimated earnings from the compilation album Diana Ross & the Supremes Anthology with the American female singing group The Supremes

$1,300,000
Earnings 1972 N/A
Record Sales 1972

Estimated earnings from the album The Supremes Produced and Arranged by Jimmy Webb with the American female singing group The Supremes

$100,000
Record Sales 1972

Estimated earnings from the album Floy Joy with the American female singing group The Supremes

$150,000
Earnings 1971 N/A
Record Sales 1971

Estimated earnings from the album Touch with the American female singing group The Supremes

$100,000
Earnings 1970 N/A
Record Sales 1970

Estimated earnings from the album New Ways but Love Stays with the American female singing group The Supremes

$150,000
Record Sales 1970

Estimated earnings from the album Right On with the American female singing group The Supremes

$225,000
Earnings 1969 N/A
Record Sales 1969

Estimated earnings from the album Cream of the Crop with the American female singing group The Supremes

$575,000
Record Sales 1969

Estimated earnings from the album Let the Sunshine In with the American female singing group The Supremes

$625,000
Earnings 1968 N/A
Record Sales 1968

Estimated earnings from the album Diana Ross & the Supremes Sing and Perform "Funny Girl" with the American female singing group The Supremes

$225,000
Earnings 1967 N/A
Record Sales 1967

Estimated earnings from the album The Supremes Sing Rodgers & Hart with the American female singing group The Supremes

$500,000
Record Sales 1967

Estimated earnings from the compilation album Greatest Hits with the American female singing group The Supremes

$6,200,000
Record Sales 1967

Estimated earnings from the album The Supremes Sing Holland–Dozier–Holland with the American female singing group The Supremes

$1,525,000
Earnings 1966 N/A
Record Sales 1966

Estimated earnings from the album I Hear a Symphony with the American female singing group The Supremes

$1,900,000
Record Sales 1966

Estimated earnings from the album The Supremes A' Go-Go with the American female singing group The Supremes

$3,500,000
Earnings 1965 N/A
Record Sales 1965

Estimated earnings from the album More Hits by The Supremes with the American female singing group The Supremes

$1,675,000
Record Sales 1965

Estimated earnings from the album The Supremes Sing Country, Western and Pop with the American female singing group The Supremes

$200,000
Record Sales 1965

Estimated earnings from the album We Remember Sam Cooke with the American female singing group The Supremes

$325,000
Record Sales 1965

Estimated earnings from the album Merry Christmas with the American female singing group The Supremes

$600,000
Record Sales 1965

Estimated earnings from the live album The Supremes at the Copa with the American female singing group The Supremes

$1,000,000
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Earnings 1964 N/A
Record Sales 1964

Estimated earnings from the album A Bit of Liverpool with the American female singing group The Supremes

$850,000
Record Sales 1964

Estimated earnings from the album Where Did Our Love Go with the American female singing group The Supremes (certified platinum by RIAA)

$3,000,000
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