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Who is Beyonce? Bio, Age, Height, Net Worth, Height, Songs, Husband

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Who is Beyonce?

American singer, actor, songwriter, record producer, dancer, director, philanthropist, and entrepreneur Beyoncé Giselle Knowles-Carter is better known by her stage name, Beyoncé.

Beyoncé has a $500 million net worth as of 2022. She earned her money from her acting, singing, and songwriting careers. In 2014, she surpassed all other Black musicians to earn the most money ever.

She has been working in the field since 1987. She gained notoriety as the main singer of Destiny’s Child in the late 1990s, one of the best-selling girl groups of all time. She is one of the best-selling recording artists in the world, with more than 118 million albums sold to date.


Full Name
Beyoncé Giselle Knowles-Carter

Net Worth
$500 Million

Date of Birth
4 September 1981

40 Years

Birth Place
Houston, Texas, United States

Singer, Actress, Songwriter, Record Producer, Dancer, Director, Philanthropist, and Entrepreneur



Zodiac Sign

Kinder High School for the Performing and Visual Arts, Texas, United States
Alief Elsik High School, Houston, Texas, United States
St. Mary’s Montessori School, Houston, Texas, United States

Education Qualification
High School

Beyonce Biography & Wiki

Beyoncé, who was born on September 4, 1981, will turn 40 in 2022. She was born in Houston, Texas, in a well-established family. In 2015 and 2017, Forbes named her the most powerful woman in the entertainment sector.

She attended St. Mary’s Montessori School in Houston, Texas, the US for her dance classes as well as Kinder High School for the Performing and Visual Arts and Alief Elsik High School, both in Houston, Texas, the US, where she completed her education. She used to participate in several singing and dancing competitions when she was younger.

Relationships, Family, and Boyfriend

Beyoncé is a member of a prosperous family from Houston, Texas, in the United States. It is well known that she is of American descent and that she practices Christianity. She also supports numerous charity initiatives all over the world.

Her father is Mathew Knowles, an American record executive, businessman, and talent manager. Her mother is Tina Knowles, a Louisiana Carole-American businesswoman and fashion designer who also has distant Chinese, Spanish, Jewish, and Indonesian ancestry. Prior to Beyoncé’s fame, her mother was a hairdresser and salon owner, and her father worked as a sales manager for Xerox.

Her three siblings. She has a younger half-brother named Nixon Knowler, who is well-known on social media, from his father’s side. Solange Piaget Knowles, an American singer and songwriter, is her younger sister. A famous American actress named Bianca Lawson is her other half-sister on her mother’s side.

The marital status of Beyoncé is married. Shawn Corey Carter, better known by his stage as Jay-Z, is her spouse. He is an American rapper, record executive, songwriter, businessman, media mogul, and record producer. She was 18 and he was 30 when they first met in the year 2002. He supported Beyoncé in advancing her career. They had a very low key ceremony to discreetly wed in 2008.

Lyndall Locke, who she dated intermittently in high school from 1993 until 2000, was her first love. They used to act childishly and broke up because Lyndall cheated on Beyoncé by sleeping with another lady. Except for Lyndall Locke, she was also supposed to be dating Justin Timberlake, Kobe Bryant, Sisquo, Marques Houston, Mos Def, Pharrell, and Sean Paul.

Together, Beyoncé and Jay-Z have 3 kids: 2 daughters and 1 son. Rumi Carter and Sir Carter are both well-known on social media, while their older daughter Blue Ivy Carter is an American singer.

Father Name
Mathew Knowles

Mother Name
Tina Knowles

Brother Name
Nixon Knowler

Sister Name
Solange Piaget Knowles and Bianca Lawson

Shawn Corey Carter (Jay-Z), Lyndall Locke, Justin Timberlake, Kobe Bryant, Sisquo, Marques Houston, Mos Def, Pharrell, and Sean Paul

Marital Status

Husband Name
Shawn Corey Carter (Jay-Z)

Blue Ivy Carter, Rumi Carter, and Sir Carter

Body Measurements: Height and Weight

Beyoncé is a gorgeous and seductive singer and actress who works in American film, television, and music. She is well known for her feisty appearance and enthralling attitude. She has a sweet appearance and excellent body proportions.

She has a really attractive physique, with approximate measurements of 34-26-38 inches. She is approximately 62 kg in weight and 5 feet 6 inches tall. She has really lovely dark brown eyes as well as long, lustrous dark brown hair.

Career and Professional Life

Beyoncé began her professional singing career with Destiny’s Child, an R&B group. She began her career alongside Kelly Rowland, a childhood friend. They were both assigned to the “Girl’s Tyme” group, which consisted of three other girls. They performed dancing and rapping at Houston talent shows.
They were brought to “Star Search,” the greatest talent competition on national television at the time, by Northern California Studio after R&B producer Arne Frager noticed this. But they failed because they didn’t perform well. The girls later appeared in an audition and were chosen by Elektra Records, after which they transferred to Atlanta Records.
The trio was signed by Dwayne Wiggins’ Grass Root Entertainment on October 5, 1995. The trio later entered into a deal with Columbia Records. Based on a verse from the book of Isaiah, the band “Girl’s Tyme” changed their name to “Destiny’s Child” in 1996. On the soundtrack of the hugely successful 1997 movie “Men in black,” they debuted with their first major label single, “Killing Time,” in 1997.
In November of that same year, they released “No, No, No,” their debut big success. They launched their debut album under their own name in February 1998, and it went on to garner three significant prizes. Their multi-Platinum second album, “The Writings on the Wall,” was released by them in 1999. They also published “Say My Name,” “Jumpin, Jumpin,” and “Bills, Bills, Bills.” Their most popular song, “Say My Name,” also became their anthem and helped them garner some accolades.
Mare Nelson, a founding member of “Boyz II Men,” and Beyoncé collaborated on the song “After All is Said and Done” in 1999 for the movie “The Best Man.” The band’s greatest charting track, “Independent Women Part 1,” was written for the 2000 movie “Charlie’s Angels.” She played the lead in the MTV made-for-TV movie Carmen: A Hip Hopera, which debuted in early 2001.
Roberson and Lockett, the two former members of the band, launched a lawsuit against them after their third album, “Survivor,” was published in May 2001. This record debuted at the top of the US Billboard 200 and had massive sales. The singles “Survivor” and “Bootylicious” did well as well and helped the band win several prizes, including a Grammy.
After releasing their Christmas CD, “8 Days of Christmas,” in October 2001, the band announced that they would be disbanding and concentrating on their separate careers. Then, in July 2002, Beyoncé made her theatrical picture debut with the wildly successful comedy “Austin Powers in Goldmember.” She put out the lead track “Work It Out,” which reached the Top 10 in Norway, the UK, and Belgium.
She starred in the musical comedy “The Fighting Temptations” in 2003, which was also a huge hit but received mixed reviews from critics. She also contributed to the “Summertime” soundtrack. Her debut solo effort, “03 Bonnie and Clyde” by Jay-Z, was released in October 2002 and peaked at No. 4 on the US Billboard Hot 100.
She performed songs from her debut solo album “Dangerously In Love” for her first pay-per-view TV special “Ford Presents Beyoncé Knowles, Friends, and Family, Live” from Ford’s 100th Anniversary Celebration in Dearborn, Michigan, US, on June 14, 2003. This had a successful global debut on June 24, 2003, and peaked at Number 1 on the US Billboard 200.
She achieved her first US Number 1 single as a solo artist with “Crazy in Love,” the album’s lead single and featuring Jay-Z. Later, she also had number-one singles with “Baby Doll,” “Me, Myself, and I,” and “Naughty Girl.” She received 5 significant accolades with the album. She embarked on the “Dangerously In Love Tour” in Europe in November 2003 before embarking on the “Verizon Ladies First Tour” in North America.
She was awarded the privilege of singing the American National Anthem on February 1, 2004, at Super Bowl XXXVIII, Reliant Stadium, Houston, Texas. Her album “Destiny Fulfilled,” which debuted at Number 2 on the Billboard 200, was released on November 15, 2004. This contained the top-charting songs “Soldier” and “Lose My Breath.” A few records are also broken by this.
Following the enormous success of “Destiny Fulfilled,” she embarked on the McDonald’s Corporation-sponsored “Destiny Fulfilled… and Lovin’ It” Worldwide Concert Tour. Destiny’s Child returned to the music scene on October 25, 2005, with the release of their first compilation album, “Number ones.” This record received a star on “The Hollywood Walk of Fame” in March 2006 and enjoyed tremendous economic success.
Her second solo album, “B’Day,” which was released on September 4, 2006, to coincide with her 25th birthday, debuted at the top of the Billboard 200 and was an enormous commercial success. Jay-Z appeared on the album’s lead track, “Déjà vu,” which did well on the charts. Her second international song, “Irreplaceable,” was a commercial triumph on a global scale and peaked at No. 1 in five nations.
Get Me, Bodied, Ring the Alarm, and Green Light were the three tracks from the album “B’Day” that were only made available in the UK. ‘B’Day’ was nominated for numerous prizes, including 5 Grammys. She contributed to the comedy “The Pink Panther” in 2006, which had a successful international box office run.
She also contributed to the highly successful movie “Dreamgirls.” She made the main single from the soundtrack album, “Listen,” available for promotion of this movie. She embarked on her first worldwide concert tour, dubbed “The Beyoncé Experience,” in April 2007 and played 97 venues while earning over $24 million. Later, “B’Day” was re-released alongside Shakira’s debut single from “Beautiful Liar” and four additional tracks.
Her album “I Am… Sasha Fierce,” which was released on November 18 and received mixed reviews from critics, debuted at the top of the Billboard 200 and was a great commercial success. Additionally, this was her third straight Number 1 album in the US. The Top 5 songs on this album were “If I Were a Boy” and “Halo,” and the Number 1 song was “Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It”).
Sweet Dreams, Video Phone, Diva, Broken-Hearted Girl, and Ego were other popular tracks on the album “I Am… Sasha Fierce.” She embarked on the “I Am World Tour,” her second headlining global concert tour, in 2009; it featured 108 performances and brought in a staggering $119.5 million in revenue.
She debuted as blues singer Etta James in the 2008 musical biopic “Cadillac Records.” The critics were really impressed with her work here, and she also won a few prizes as a result. She played James’ “During Last” on January 20, 2009, at Barack and Michelle Obama’s first inauguration ball. Later, she starred in the suspense film “Obsessed.” Despite receiving unfavorable reviews, the movie earned well at the US box office.
Beyoncé starred and made an appearance in Lady Gaga’s wildly popular music video for “Telephone.” She performed on the main Pyramid Stage at the 2011 Glastonbury Festival for the first time as a solo female performer in 20 years on January 26, 2011. Later, she released her fourth solo album, “4”, which once again debuted at the top of the Billboard 200.
The two singles “Best Thing I Never Had” and “un the World (Girls)” came before the album “4”. Love on Top, the fourth single, did very well on the charts. Other singles from the album “4” included “Countdown,” “I Care,” “End of the Game,” and “Party.” She won a writing prize from the New York Association of Black Journalists for her “Eat, Play, Love” cover story for “Essence,” which chronicled her 2010 career break.
She performed her album “4” for four nights of exclusive performances at New York’s Roseland Balloon in late 2011 under the name “The 4 Intimate Nights With Beyoncé.” The RIAA awarded the album “4” a Platinum certification on August 1 and it set numerous records. She gave four performances at the Revel Atlantic City’s Ovation Hall in June 2012 to mark the resort’s debut. Destiny’s Child released “Love Songs” and the freshly recorded song “Nuclear” in January 2013.
She also sang the national anthem at the second inauguration of then-president Barack Obama in Washington, D.C., and at the Super Bowl XLVII halftime show at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana, the United States. On February 16, 2013, her HBO feature-length documentary film “Life is but a Dream,” which she co-directed, was broadcast.
The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour, which she launched on April 15, 2013, included 132 performances and was the most lucrative tour in history. It was completed in March 2014. Her cover of “Back To Black” from the Great Gatsby soundtrack was made available in May 2014. She voiced Queen Tara in the 3D CGT Animated movie “Epic” by 20th Century Fox on May 24, 2013, and she also created the original song “Rise-Up” for the movie.


Her athletic apparel line Ivy Park received criticism in 2016 after an investigation. The allegations state that the women employed in the Sri Lankan industries were underpaid and subjected to appalling working conditions for 60 hours per week. Many people criticized this.

According to media sources, the couple paid the hospital $1 million to block a full floor at Manhattan’s Lenox Hill Hospital during the birth of Blue Ivy. Reports and eyewitnesses claim that admittance was refused, cameras were turned off, and numerous individuals suffered. Both the couple and the hospital organization refuted this.

Beyoncé was flanked by dancers at the Super Bowl halftime show wearing Black Panther-inspired attire as part of the routine, which was rebuffed by the Police Unions and political rights organizations around the nation. She later expressed regret about it.

When the couple decided to temporarily become vegans, Beyoncé was spotted entering a vegan eatery while sporting a fur collar. The incident was decried in the media all day.


Beyoncé won 431 wins during her career after receiving 820 nominations. She is the recipient of nine American Music Awards, one ASCA Award, 29 BET Awards, five Hip-Hop Awards, 37 Billboard Awards, one Bravo Otto Award, three BreakTudo Awards, three BRIT Awards, two BuzzAngle Music Awards, two Capital FM Awards, one Capricho Award, one Channel V Thailand Music Video Award, three Clio Awards, three Creative Circle Awards, two Cyworld Digital Music Awards, two The Daily Californian Art Awards, three GAFFA Awards, and one Gl

In addition to these, she has also received 24 Grammy Awards, 1 IFPI Hong Kong Top Sales Music Award, 1 International Dance Music Award, 1 Ivor Novello Award, 1 Music Choice Most Requested Artists and Videos of 2007 Award, 17 NAACP Image Awards, 2 New York Music Awards, 4 Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards, 4 NRJ Music Awards, 2 People’s Choice Awards, 1 Pop Award, 1 Radio Music Award, 12 RTHK International Pop Poll Award, 17 Soul Train Music Awards, 9

Net Worth 2023 and Salary

Beyoncé has a $500 million net worth as of 2022. According to Forbes, Beyoncé is one of the highest-paid celebrities in the world. She mostly makes money through her acting, music albums, and concert tours.

Information and Facts

Beyoncé is a direct descendant of Joseph Broussard and Jean-Vincent d’Abbadie de Saint-Castin on her mother’s side. Later in 2018, she discovered through investigation that she is a slaveowner’s ancestor.

When Beyoncé’s dancing instructor Darlette Johnson began humming a tune, Beyoncé was inspired to start singing because she was able to hit the high-pitched notes beautifully.

She performed “Imagine” by John Lennon at the age of 7 and defeated students between the ages of 15 and 16.

She served as a colorist on the chair at St. John’s United Methodist Church for two years.

From the beginning, Mathew was in charge of Destiny’s Child. Letoya Luckett and Roberson, the other group members, were displeased with his work and were consequently replaced by Michelle Williams and Farrah Franklin (who was later fired). Beyoncé was criticized for this by the public, the media, and critics; later, her long-term boyfriend broke up with her at this period. She suffered from serious depression for a few years. Later, she said that her mother had assisted her in overcoming it.

With her father at St. John’s and America’s Second Harvest, she organized food donation campaigns at six significant locations throughout the tour “The Beyoncé Experience.”

Beyoncé’s single “Halo” had the longest run on the Hot 100 of her career and gave her more opportunities to reach the Top 10 than any other lady in the 2000s.

The “first significant dance fad” of the internet age was being started, according to the Toronto Star, by Beyoncé’s music videos for “Single Ladies.” The video also received numerous honors.

Beyoncé gave the Phoenix House, a network of heroin addiction treatment facilities around the US, her pay from the movie “Cadillac Records.”

She announced a break from music in January 2010 in order to “enjoy life and be inspired by things again,” as advised by her mother. She took a 9-month break from performing and traveled to several cities during that time.

With 268,000 tweets per minute, her performance in the Super Bowl XLVII Halftime Show is the second-most tweeted event in history.

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