Facts of Carole King
|Full Name||Carole King|
|Birth Name||Carol Joan Klein|
|Birth City||Manhattan, New York|
|Birth Country||United States|
|Relation With||Gerry Goffin, Charles Larkey, Rick Evers, Rick Sorenson (ex-husbands)|
|No Of Children||4|
|Filmography||Really Rosie,The Mary Tyler Moore Show,Gilmore Girls,Faerie Tale Theatre|
|Education||Madison High School, Queens College, City University of New York|
|Date of Birth||February 9,1942|
American singer Carole King is one of the most successful music sensations in the industry. Between 1955 to 1999, she has contributed 118 hits on the Billboard Hot 100.
Additionally, between 1952 and 2005, King wrote 61 hits chartered in the United Kingdom, making herself the most victorious female songwriter on the UK single charts.
What Is The Net Worth Of American Singer Carole King?
American singer Carole King is best known for her breakthrough album, Tapestry. The soundtrack holding 8x AUS Platinum, 10× US Platinum, 2x UK Platinum, and JPN Gold certification has sold over 25 million copies worldwide.
Through one of the best-selling albums of all time, the singer won 4 Grammy Awards in 1972. Carole King is worth $70 million in 2020.
American Carole started her professional journey in the music world in 1958. She released her debut album titled Writer in May 1970. Though her debut was not that disappointing, her second studio album Tapestry turned out to be her breakthrough.
Some Lists Of King's Album Earnings Are Listed Below:
|1972||Rhymes and Reasons||$500,000|
|1974||Wrap Around Joy||$500,000|
|1978||Her Greatest Hits: Songs of Long Ago||$1,050,000|
|2005||The Living Room Tour||$330,000|
|2010||Live at the Troubadour||$606,000|
So far, a 78-year-old singer, Carole has 17 studio albums, 4 live albums, 7 compilation albums, and 1 soundtrack album.
King is recognized for giving hit songs like You've Got a Friend, It's Too Late, So Far Away, Where You Lead, Sweet Seasons, Beautiful, Nightingale, Our Love Is Real, Child of Mine, Bitter With the Sweet, and others.
Besides that, Carole has also written numerous singles for movies and TV shows You've Got Mail, A League of Their Own, Vanilla Sky, Gilmore Girls, and others.
Active On Social Media?
4 Grammys winner King is active on Facebook with 1,050,057 followers and Twitter 108.2K with followers.
Also, Carole has 144K followers on her Instagram with a 2.57% engagement rate. According to the Influencer Marketing Hub, she receives around $433.5 to $722.5 per sponsor post.
On the other hand, Child of Mine singer has also created her self-titled YouTube channel.
Charities Supported By Carole King
Altogether, Beautiful singer King supports 5 charities and numerous causes such as animals, conservations, environment, disaster relief, and others.
Carole donates to charitable organizations like Aid Still Required, MusiCares, National Parks Conservation Association, NYCLASS, and Wilderness Watch.
The music legend Carole King owns Robinson Bar Ranch located in Idaho. As per the source, the villa spread on 7,337 sq. ft. along with features 2 stone fireplaces, 5 bedrooms, and 2 bathrooms are on the market on sale with an asking price of $9.9 million.
Carole King was born Carol Joan Klein on February 9, 1942, in Manhattan, New York, the United States. Her mother, Eugenia Gingold was a teacher while the father, Sidney Klein was a firefighter. When she was only 4 years old, her parents divorced.
Carole attended James Madison High School. After that, she went to Queens College, City University of New York.
Relationship Status After 4 Marriage
Carole King has faced failure not once but 4 times in her marriage as all of her wedding were unsuccessful. As of 2020, the singer seems to live a single life on her own terms and condition.
First of all, King married was married to Gerry Goffin on August 30, 1959. She along with her lyricist husband shares three daughters: Louise Goffin, Sherry Goffin and divorced in 1969.
After that, Carole also walked down the aisle with Charles Larkey on September 6, 1970, and separated in 1976. Similarly, she also has two children Molly Larkey and Levi Larkey with her 2nd husband.
Again, It's Too Late singer King exchanged wedding rings with her 3rd spouse Rick Evers on August 24, 1977. Evers died due to an overdose of cocaine on March 21, 1978, and stopped being physically abused by him. Unfortunately, her that marriage also did not end well.
Lastly, 5 feet 3 inches the music sensation tied the knot with Rick Sorenson on August 1, 1982. Later, the duo also split in 1989.