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La Toya Jackson Net Worth

La Toya Jackson Net Worth

Net Worth: $4 Million

  • Source of Wealth Television, Modeling, Music
  • Birth Place Gary, Indiana, U.S
  • Marital Status Spouse: Jack Gordon (m. 1989–1997)
  • Full Name La Toya Yvonne Jackson
  • Nationality United States
  • Date of Birth May 29, 1956
  • Ethnicity African American
  • Occupation Singer-Songwriter, TV Personality
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About La Toya Jackson

La Toya Jackson is an American actress, philanthropist, activist, businesswoman, author, musician, and singer-songwriter with an estimated net worth of $4 million.

After her successful singing career in the 1980s and 1990s, Jackson returned to the limelight with her singles “Free the World” and “Just Wanna Dance” which reached the Billboard charts.

La Toya Jackson was a part of the The Jacksons, which was aired on CBS. In order to distinguish herself from the rest of the Jacksons, La Toya went on to release her self titled debut album. Shortly after, her sophomore album, My Special Love, was launched into the market, and it spawned the singles  “I Don’t Want You to Go” and “Stay The Night”. On the other hand, her single “We Are the World” won La Toya Jackson a Grammy Award for Record of the Year.

In 1984, La Toya released her most critically acclaimed album titled Heart Don’t Lie. This was followed by the release of her subsequent albums titled Imagination, La Toya, Bad Girl, No Relations, From Nashville to You, and Stop in the Name of Love.

La Toya Yvonne Jackson was born on May 29, 1956 in Gary, Indiana, USA. 

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  • Earnings 1996
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Earnings 1996

Earnings as the highest paid performer after signing a contract with the Moulin Rouge in Paris to star in her own revue, Formidable