Faith Evans Net Worth 2020, Early Life, Married Life, Career and Achievement.
Faith Evans Net Worth – Faith Evans is a singer, songwriter, record producer, as well as an actress. She belongs to an American society. She had released three platinum-certified studio albums from 1995 to 2001.
Besides this, she has also written an autobiography, Keep the Faith: A Memoir, released in 2008.
Early Life, Family and Education
Faith Evans was born on 10th June 1973 in Lakeland, Florida, the U.S. She was the only child of her mother Helene Evans who is a professional singer.
Her father, Richard Swain, who was Caucasian, left when before Evans was born.
Besides this, she hasn’t mentioned any kind of information about her birth facts as well her childhood on social sites.
Moving towards her education history, Evans had attended the University High School in Newark, where she sang with several jazz bands and, encouraged by Helene.
After her graduation from her high school in 1991, Evans attended Fordham University in New York City to study marketing but left a year later to have daughter Chyna with music producer Kiyamma Griffin.
She had also relocated to Los Angeles, where she worked as a backup vocalist for singer Al B. Sure! in 1993.
Faith Evans is a divorced woman. She had married to Todd Russaw in the year 1997. The couples was blessed with three children named Chyna Tahjere Griffin, Ryder Evan Russaw, Joshua. But suddenly in the year 2011, they were separated from each.
Likewise, in the year 1994, she had married to rapper Christopher ‘The Notorious B.I.G.’ Wallace, with whom she had a child named, Christopher Wallace Jr. in 1997. In the same year, the couple were separated before he was murdered mysteriously.
Besides this, she hasn’t mentioned about the past relationships of her life.
Evans started her career as a singer at the age of 2. She had caught the attention of the congregation of the Emmanuel Baptist Church in Newark when she sang The 5th Dimension’s song “Let the Sunshine In” at the age of 4.
In the year 2003, she had acted in the MTV-produced romantic comedy The Fighting Temptations in which she appeared in a brief but major role portraying a single mother and nightclub singer.
She had also recorded a contemporary cover version of Donna Summer’s 1978 success “Heaven Knows. She had earned a brief guest stint on the UPN situation comedy Half & Half in 2004 and announced that she had been working on a synopsis for her own situation comedy that would be based largely on her life but with a more comedic aspect in the same year.
In 2008, she had released her autobiographic book called Keep the Faith: A Memoir which detailed the singer’s life and her controversial part in her life.
Some of the discography released by her are Faith in 1995, Keep the Fait in 1998, Faithfully in 2001, The First Lady in 2005, Something About Faith in 2010 and Incomparable in 2014.
She was the winner of the Lady of Soul Awards for the category of ‘Best Female R&B/Soul Album’ for the album, ‘Faith’ in the year 1996.
Likewise, she had the recipient of the MTV Video Music Awards for the category of ‘Best R&B Video in 1997 and in 1998, she had received the Grammy Award for the category of ‘Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group’ for ‘I’ll Be Missing You’.
Evans hasn’t mentioned about her salary and but her net worth is $3 million.