Introducing Lara Fabian
Lara Fabian is a Belgium singer with a net worth of $8 million. She acquired her net worth when she found recognition in Canada. Lara produced tunes in Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Greek, German as well as English and French. Fabian came forth together with the song called Trust, Losing to Celine Dion who represented Switzerland. Yet Trust became a massive hit in Europe, selling over 50,000 copies. Moving to Canadian in 1990, Fabian teamed up with Belgium musician Rick Allen to place a record label and publishing company called Production Clandestines. The following year, Fabian released her debut self-titled record, which was certified gold and sold over 100,000 copies in Canada. Yet Fabian’s album was the 1994 record Carpe Diem, which was certified gold within weeks of its own launch. The following year Carpe Diem went triple-platinum and Fabian won six Felix awards, including Best Female Singer of the Year, From the late 1990s, Fabian got international success, making chart-topping albums and singles in America, Latin America, France and place of birth Belgium.
Famous Canadian singer Lara Fabian comes with an estimated net worth of $8 million in 2013. To date, this international singer has sold more than18 million records world-wide.
Lara Crokaert in actual life, Lara Fabian was born onJanuary 9, 1970 inEtterbeek,Belgium. Of Italian-Belgian roots, Fabian is capable of singing in English, Italian and French, in addition to in Hebrew, Greek, Russian, Portuguese, German and Spanish. Most of her singles were influenced by contemporary and classical vocal musicians like Queen and Barbra Streisand.
In 2005, she was a recipient ofBest Female Star of the Year award fromEtoile Cherie FM Awards.
Since 2006, she has been in a relationship with French composer, director and producerGrard Pullicino. They have a daughter together named Lou.