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Alison Moyet Net Worth

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Net Worth$18 Million
Full NameAlison Moyet
Age59
Date of BirthJun 18, 1961
Birth PlaceUnited Kingdom

Alison Moyet is an English pop singer-songwriter, she has a net worth of $10.5 million. Alison Moyet has earned her net worth from her bluesy voice that has resulted in UK album sales of a certified 2.3 million, with 800,000 singles sold, all in the UK. She has also had all seven of her studio albums and three compilation albums charted in the Top 40 UK Album Chart, including two of the albums reaching number one. She is also responsible for achieving nine Top 30 singles and five Top 10 hits on the UK Singles Chart. Alison was born in the small Essex town of Billericay, England on June 18, 1961, her father was French and her Mother was English. She dropped out of school at the age of 16, and began working as a shop assistant and trained as a piano tuner. During the late 1970s and early 1980s she was involved in a number of punk rock, pub rock and blues bands in the South East Essex area. Bands like the Vandals, the Screamin’Ab Dabs, the Vicars and the Little Roosters (the latter featuring Gary Lammin formerly of Cock Sparrer). In 1982 at the age of 21 Moyet formed the electropop duo Yazoo, this was the beginning of her mainstream pop career. Moyet released her debut solo album Alf (titled after her punk-era nickname) in 1984. In the London West End production of the musical Chicago in 2001, is where Alison made her stage debut. She played the part of Matron ‘Mama’ Morton, and the play was originally planned to be a short run, it was extended to six months. Following that performance she appeared in the play Smaller, which undertook a regional tour before a stint at London’s Lyric Theatre. She is currently married to teaching assistant David Ballard, she has three children.Alison Moyet (born 18 June 1961), is an English singer, songwriter and performer noted for her bluesy voice.
Her UK album sales have reached a certified 2.3 million, with 800,000 singles sold, all in the UK, where all seven of her studio albums and three compilation albums have charted in the Top 40 UK Album Chart, with two of the albums reaching number one. She has also achieved nine Top 30 singles and five Top 10 hits in the UK Singles Chart.
Genevi`eve Alison Jane Moyet was born in the small Essex town of Billericay to a French father and English mother. She grew up in the nearby town of Basildon, where she attended Markhams Chase Junior School. Upon leaving school at 16, she worked as a shop assistant and trained as a piano tuner. She was involved in a number of punk rock, pub rock and blues bands in the South East Essex area during the late 1970s and early 1980s, including the Vandals, the Screamin’ Ab Dabs, the Vicars and the Little Roosters (the latter featuring Gary Lammin formerly of Cock Sparrer).
Beginning her mainstream pop career in 1982, at the age of 21, she formed the synthpop duo Yazoo with former Depeche Mode member Vince Clarke. In the United States, the band became known as Yaz, as there was a record label in the region already operating as Yazoo Records that presented trademark issues. Yazoo had several hits, including “Only You”, “Don’t Go”, “Situation” and “Nobody’s Diary”, and recorded two albums, Upstairs at Eric’s and You and Me Both.

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