Sam Smith Net Worth

How much is Sam Smith worth?

Net Worth:$30 Million
Date of Birth:May 19, 1992 (31 years old)
Gender:Other
Height:1.88 m, 6 ft 2 in
Profession:Pop Singer
Nationality:N/A
Sam Smith Net Worth:
$30 Million

Sam Smith is a British singer and songwriter. He became known in October 2012 when Disclosure’s breakthrough song “Latch” came out. It reached #11 on the UK Singles Chart. His 2014 single, “Stay with Me”, became a major international success. In May 2014, he released his debut studio album, In the Lonely Hour, on Capitol Records UK. He was also featured on the #1 Naughty Boy single “La La La.” He won the Brits 2014 Critics’ Choice Award, beating fellow nominees Chlöe Howl and Ella Eyre. His song “Stay With Me” won Song of the Year in 2015. Born Samuel Frederick Smith on May 19, 1992 in Bishop’s Stortford, England to parents Kate Cassidy and Frederick Smith, he has two sisters, Mabel and Lily. He attended St Mary’s Catholic School in Bishop’s Stortford. He started his singing career in 2012. In 2017, he began dating Brandon Flynn.

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Career

Around 2009, Sam Smith recorded two songs but not sure if they got released to the public. In 2012, he collaborated with the electronic duo band, Disclosure in a song called Latch, and it was very successful and got him an excellent, exposed career start.

Personal Life

In 2014, Sam Smith said on TV and magazine interviews that he is gay, but his mother used to know that already since he was three years old.

Inspirational Quotes by Sam Smith

I'll be excited when I get my heart broken properly for the first time. I'll be like, 'Thank God I've experienced something. Someone wanted to kiss me.' That's when it's going to be interesting: When you break up, they're taking a piece with them.

Sam Smith

I don't have any problem with being the guy whose album people put on when they're feeling sad.

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People need songs to belt out in the shower. Even if everyone else doesn't need that, I need that.

Sam Smith

People say, 'He doesn't want to be a spokesperson for the gay community.' I do, of course I do, but I want to be a spokesperson for everyone. Ya know, straight people, gay people, bisexual. I don't want it to be limited.

Sam Smith

I want to be a voice for that: just because I've lost weight doesn't mean that I'm happy and content with my body. Because of the media, and because of what I feel I should look like, it's always going to be a battle in my head.

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