Jordin Sparks is a successful American singer-songwriter and actress with a net worth of $8 million, as per celebrity networth.
She rose to fame as the youngest winner of “American Idol” at 17, in the show’s sixth season. Over the next several years, she resumed releasing successful albums and sold 1.3 million singles in the United States, becoming among the most commercially successful “American Idol” contestants. Besides music, Jordin has made a name for herself as an actress, with stage and film/TV credits.
Jordin Sparks was born in Phoenix, Arizona, on December 22, 1989. Her father, Phillippi Sparks, was a former professional football player.
Jordin was raised in a religious household in Ridgewood, New Jersey, with her younger brother. She attended different schools and then went to the university for higher studies.
Unfortunately, little information about her grandparents, ancestors, and relatives is available.
Jordin Sparks and Jason Derulo began a highly publicized relationship in the early 2010s. They became serious but eventually broke up in 2014.
The breakup was not friendly, and the two insulted each other on social media.
In 2017, Jordin put her Hollywood Hills home on the market for $1.85 million. She originally bought the property in 2013 for $1.5 million.
The house has a living space of over 2,500 square feet. Other notable features include marble countertops, a swimming pool, and a modest-sized backyard.
Jordin Sparks made her acting debut in 2009 with a guest appearance on “The Suite Life on Deck.” She continued with another guest role in “Big Time Rush” and made her Broadway debut in “In the Heights.”
Sparks later became a voice actor, with a role in the animated show “Team Umizoomi,” before her film debut in “Sparkle” in 2012. She is also recognized for her part in “Left Behind,” a religious movie about rapture.
Throughout her career, Jordin has acted in shows such as “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation,” “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” “Zoe Ever After,” and “Hell’s Kitchen.”
Jordin Sparks launched her singing career by participating in talent contests across the US at a young age.
She also sang the national anthem at local sports events, gaining recognition. In 2004, she toured with Alice Cooper; in 2006, and then toured with Michael W. Smith. Additionally, Sparks started modeling early in her career and was featured in a full-page ad for Torrid in 2006’s “Seventeen” magazine.