Sophie B. Hawkins Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Sophie B. Hawkins Net Worth $4 Million
Sophie B. Hawkins net worth: Sophie B. Hawkins was born in New York City, New York in November 1967. Her debut record Tongues and Tails on Columbia Records was launched in 1992 and was certified Gold in america. Her records have charted in america, Australia, the Netherlands, Norway, New Zealand, Sweden, Switzerland, as well as the united kingdom. Hawkins was featured in the 1998 documentary The Cream Will Rise. Hawkins modeled naked for Interview Magazine in 1994. She’s denied rumors that she’s dated Jodie Foster and Martina Navratilova.
November 1, 1964
Manhattan, New York, USA
5' 9" (1.75 m)
Trinity School, Manhattan School of Music, Damn I Wish I Was Your Lover, As I Lay Me Down, Right Beside You
Esther Ballantine Hawkins, Dashiell Gaston Hawkins, Damn I Wish I Was Your Lover, As I Lay Me Down, Right Beside You
Grammy Award for Best New Artist
Rip It Off, Sophie B. Hawkins: The Cream Will Rise
(February 6, 2015) Expecting her 2nd child and 1st daughter in July after being implanted with her own frozen embryo (sperm was provided by a donor).
Gave birth to her 1st child at age 44, a son named Dashiell Gaston Hawkins on November 18, 2008. He was named in part for Hawkins's longtime partner and manager, Gigi Gaston, who had directed The Cream Will Rise, the documentary about Hawkins mentioned above.
Released her 4th album, Wilderness, on April 20, 2004. [November 2004]
Friend of the late actress Margaux Hemingway, and screenwriter Gigi Gaston.
"Wilderness", her fourth album, was released on her own label rather than by Sony/Columbia, which distributed her first three. She spent $300,000 of her own money on it ($150,000 to produce the CD, $150,000 to market it).
Her hit "As I Lay Me Down" was on the billboard charts for 67 weeks, one of the longest-running songs in the chart's history.
Single: "Damn, I Wish I Was Your Lover" from first album "Tongues & Tails", 1992.
Co-wrote the song "Free" with Sarah Brightman for Brightman's album, "Harem.".
Single: "As I Lay Me Down" from her album, "Whaler" (1995).
Just because I sing about women doesn't mean I'm gay. Just because I sing about guys doesn't mean I'm straight.