Natalie Cole Net Worth

How much is Natalie Cole worth?

Net Worth:$6 Million
Date of Birth:February 6, 1950 (73 years old)
Height:1.75 m, 5 ft 8 in
Natalie Cole Net Worth:
$6 Million

Natalie Cole was an American singer, songwriter and actress, best remembered by the public for her hits like “This Will Be,” “Sophisticated Lady” and her Grammy Award-winning album “Inseparable.” She sold more than 30 million records worldwide over the course of her career. Born Natalie Maria Cole on November 6, 1974 in Los Angeles, California, to singers Nat King Cole and Maria Cole, she grew up in the affluent Hancock Park district of Los Angeles. At the age of 6, she sang on her father’s Christmas album, and began performing at age 11. She graduated from University of Massachusetts (1972), where she majored in Child Psychology and minored in German. She was married three times and had a son, Robert with her former husband, Marvin Yancy. She died of Heart failure in 2015 at age 65.

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Cole maturity came up in the world of music by a professional artist, Athera Franklin, and Janis Joplin, to mention a few. These inspired Natalie to the extent that after completion of her education life, she started taking her music to small local clubs. At this time, she had her band called Black magic. The reputation of her father became an opportunity for her to be offered the chance to perform in clubs, but when she mixed her music with R&B Rock numbers, she became unpopular.

Inspirational Quotes by Natalie Cole

Losing people is dark, but some things you just have to accept.

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I like Kelly Rowland, I think that she's great. It's hard to come out of the group of Destiny's Child and still kick some butt.

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I get hugs all the time from strangers. I do believe that people can feel your persona when you perform live, but it is one of the nicest things if you can translate that on your records.

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I've always been an extremist. Some of us have very addictive personalities, and for some of us, that mechanism gets tripped up. Mine certainly did. I'm not cured. You never are. The recovery is a day-to-day process.

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I imagine there are a lot of people who will never be able to accept me because they feel I've let them down, but I am a different person, and most people have welcomed me back in that spirit.

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