Cher Height, Weight, Age, Relationship, Career and Net Worth 2019
Cher Weight and Net Worth – Cher is an American singer and actress who got her start as half of Sonny and Cher in the 1960s. She has since amassed international fame with an array of Top 10 hits and screen roles, winning an Oscar for her role in ‘Moonstruck.
Cher is 5 feet 9 inches tall and weight 61kg. Her hair color is black and eye color is hazel. Her body measurement is 36-26-36 inches and wears a bra size of 34B. She wears a shoe size of 9 US and dress size of 8 US.
Cher is single according to the records. Even if she is in a relationship, there is no information about her dating affair.
Previously, she has been married twice. Her first marriage was with Sonny Bono, an American musician, singer-songwriter, producer, actor, and politician. They tied the knot on 27th October 1964. They had an amazing career together but divorced in 1975.
Prior to Sonny, she had an affair with an American singer-songwriter and musician, Gregg Allman. They took vows on 30th June 1975 and separated in 1979.
After her broken marriage twice, she never got married and was in a relationship with Ron Zimmerman in 2010, Tim Medvetz in 2009, Rob Camilletti in 1986 till 1989, Mark Hudson in 1985, Tom Cruise from 1985 till 1986, Josh Donen from 1984 till 1986, Val Kilmer from the year 1982 to 1984, Ron Duguay in 1982, Les Dudek from 1980 to 1982, Gene Simmons from 1977 till 1980, Paul Michael Glaser in 1977 and David Geffen from 1973 to 1974.
Cher had started to establish herself as a solo artist during the 1960s. Early on she was known for songs that were provocative in their sensibilities and spoke to her perceived status as an outsider, a mode she would come to embrace over time.
She enjoyed a top 10 hit with “You Better Sit Down Kids,” in which she sang from the perspective of a father explaining the realities of a marital split to his children.
For the 1971 album Gypsies, Tramps and Thieves (originally called Cher), she had the first No. 1 solo hit of her career with the title track, which spoke of a “travelin’ show” family and teen pregnancy.
Another top 10 hit, “The Way of Love,” found Cher singing to a lover who’s left her for a man. And she reached the top of the charts yet again with the title track from the 1974 album Half-Breed, which presented the ongoing persecution of a partially Native-American narrator stuck between two worlds.
Immediately after her divorce from Sonny, Cher was unable to work as a performer due to contractual entanglements from their business relationships and took on gigs as a model. She later credited executive David Geffen for helping her navigate financial matters and take control of her career.
Cher was again able to reach the pop top 10 by the end of the decade with the string-laden disco number “Take Me Home,” from the 1979 album of the same name on the Casablanca label.
Having appeared in a handful of screen projects previously, Cher seriously pursued an acting career in the 1980s. She appeared on Broadway in the play Come Back to the 5 and Dime,Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean in 1982, and reprised the role of Sissy in its film adaptation.
She continued to earn the respect of critics and fans alike by turning in a number of strong big-screen performances, taking on the role of Meryl Streep’s lesbian roommate Dolly Pelliker in the 1983 drama Silkwood.
Cher earned a supporting actress Academy Award nomination and Golden Globe for the role. Then in 1985 she starred in the Peter Bogdanovich film Maskas the defiant, emotionally struggling mother of a son with craniodiaphyseal dyaplasia, which radically alters the shape of his face.
Her albums and songs have been the highest selling ones, she has also done a lot of endorsements. She has an estimated net worth of $305 million