How rich is Paloma Faith?
Paloma Faith Net Worth:
|Birth date:||October 15, 1976|
|Birth place:||London Borough of Hackney|
|Height:||5 ft 3 in (1.61 m)|
|Education:||Central Saint Martins, City and Islington College, Only Love Can Hurt like This, Picking Up the Pieces, Stone Cold Sober|
|Awards:||Brit Award for British Female Solo Artist, Glamour Award for Cointreau British Solo Artist, Only Love Can Hurt like This, Picking Up the Pieces, Stone Cold Sober|
|Music groups:||Band Aid 30|
|Nominations:||Brit Award for MasterCard British Album of the Year, World Music Award for World’s Best Album, Only Love Can Hurt like This, Picking Up the Pieces, Stone Cold Sober|
|Movies:||Youth, Dread, The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus, St. Trinian's|
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Paloma Faith is an actress, singer, and songwriter which is broadly recognized for her unique eccentric and retro design. She was born Paloma Faith Blomfield in July 21, 1981 in London, England. In 2009, Faith released her debut album titled Do You are interested in getting the Truth or Something Beautiful? which later became a double platinum in the United Kingdom. The record featured five commercial hit singles, which include “Stone Cold Sober”, “Do You Want the Truth or Something Beautiful?”, “New York”, “Smoke & Mirrors” and “Upside Down”. A couple of years later, she was nominated for a BRIT Award in the “British Female Solo Artist” classification. In May 2012, Faith released her sophomore album, called Fall To Grace. Like her debut album, her sophomore album also earned a double platinum record in Britain. It spawned the hit single “Picking Up the Pieces”. It also featured other singles titled “Never Tear Us Apart”, “Black & Blue”, “Just Be”, and “30 Minute Love Affair”. At the 2013 Brit Awards, Faith was nominated for Best British Record and the very best Female. In 2013, Paloma Faith started working on his third record. As an actress, she debuted in the film St Trinian’s. Afterwards, the actress appeared in other movies, including Dread and The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus.