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Lori Singer was born on the 6th November 1957, in Corpus Christi, Texas USA, and is an actress and cellist probably best known to the world for her role as Ariel Moore in the film “Footloose” (1984), then as Julie Miller in the TV series “Fame” (1982-1983). Her career started in the early ‘80s.

Have you ever wondered how rich Lori Singer is, as of early 2017? According to authoritative sources it has been estimated that Singer’s net worth is as high as $500,000, an amount earned through her successful career in the entertainment industry.

Lori Singer Net Worth $500,000

Lori is the daughter of Jacques Singer, who was a conductor, and his wife Leslie, a concert pianist. She has a brother, Marc Singer, twin brother Gregory – both are actors as well – and a sister Claude. Bryan Singer, famous director and writer is one of her cousins. Growing up in a musical family led to her learning how to play the cello, and as she got older she enrolled at the Julliard School in New York, and was mentored by Leonard Rose. She then started performing as a solo act, making her debut at 13 years old with the Oregon Symphony. Since then she has held numerous concert in such prestigious venues such as Royal Albert Hall, Carnegie Hall among many others.

However, instead of a career in music, Lori decided to pursue an acting career; she made her debut in the film “Born Beautiful” (1982), and the same year was selected for the role of Julie Miller in the TV series “Fame” (1982-1983) which launched her to stardom, and the following year she was cast in the lead role of Ariel in the Oscar Award-nominated film “Footloose” (1984), with Kevin Bacon and John Lithgow in lead roles; she won the ShoWest Award for the film in the category Breakthrough Performer of the Year. The next year was quite busy for Lori as she featured in several films, including “The Falcon and the Snowman” (1985), and “Trouble in Mind” (1985) starring Keith Carradine and Kris Kristofferson. By the end of the decade, Lori had appeared in “Made in U.S.A.” (1987), “Summer Heat” (1987), and “Warlock” (1989), all of which increased her net worth.

She started the ‘90s with the lead role in the television film “Storm and Sorrow”, and two years later appeared in “Equinox” with Matthew Modine and Lara Flynn Boyle. In 1993 she shared the screen with Peter Weller and Stacy Keach in the thriller “Sunset Grill”, and the same year appeared in Robert Altman’s Oscar Award-nominated film “Short Cuts”, with Andie MacDowell, Julianne Moore and Tim Robbins. After that her career started to decline, and she has had few major roles, apart from in the short sci-fi TV series “VR.5” (1995), and until 2015 and the role in the film “Experimenter”, starring John Palladino, Anthony Edwards and Jim Gaffigan. Most recently she lent her voice to Linda Bishop in the documentary “God Knows Where I Am” (2016), and she will appear in the thriller “The Institute”, starring James Franco, Pamela Anderson and Topher Grace, which is scheduled for release in late 2017.

She has also worked as executive producer and has been credited for the documentary “Mea Maxima Culpa: Silence in the House of God” in 2013, directed and written by Alex Gibney. The film was quite successful, earning three Primetime Emmy Awards among others, and several nominations.

Regarding her personal life, Lori was married to Richard Emery from 1981 until 1999; the couple had one child before divorcing.


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Actress

Actress

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Institute 2017 post-production Madame Werner
God Knows Where I Am 2016 Documentary Linda Bishop (voice)
Experimenter 2015 Florence Asch
Grain of Sand 2014 Short Teacher / Cello Player
Georgica 2014/II Short Bussiness Woman / Cello Player
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 2011 TV Series Dede Aston
Little Victim 2005 Short Tracy
When Will I Be Loved 2004 Lori Singer
Bach Cello Suite #4: Sarabande 1997 Dr. Angela France
VR.5 1995-1997 TV Series Sydney Bloom
F.T.W. 1994 Scarlett Stuart
Short Cuts 1993 Zoe Trainer / Cello - The Trout Quintet
Sunset Grill 1993 Loren
Equinox 1992 Sharon Ace
Storm and Sorrow 1990 TV Movie Molly Higgins
American Playhouse 1990 TV Series Therese
Warlock 1989 Kassandra
Summer Heat 1987 Roxy
Made in U.S.A. 1987 Annie
Heartbeat 1987 Video Filmmaker's Wife
Trouble in Mind 1985 Georgia
The Man with One Red Shoe 1985 Maddy
The Falcon and the Snowman 1985 Lana
Footloose 1984 Ariel
Fame 1982-1983 TV Series Julie Miller / Mello Cello
Born Beautiful 1982 TV Movie Jodi Belcher

Soundtrack

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Short Cuts 1993 performer: "Cello Suite No. 5 in C Minor BWV 1011" 1717-23, "Berceuse" 1919, "Cello Concerto No. 2, Opus 30 Second Movement" 1894, "Schelomo"
Fame 1982-1983 TV Series performer - 8 episodes

Producer

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Mea Maxima Culpa: Silence in the House of God 2012 Documentary executive producer

Thanks

Thanks

TitleYearStatusCharacter
To the Edge of the Sky 2016 Documentary special thanks post-production

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Halves of a Dream: Making Trouble in Mind 2010 Video documentary Herself
Today 2008 TV Series Herself
Footloose: A Modern Musical 2004 Video short Herself
Footloose: Songs That Tell a Story 2004 Video short Herself
Luck, Trust & Ketchup: Robert Altman in Carver Country 1993 Documentary Herself
Late Night with David Letterman 1984-1986 TV Series Herself
Fame 1983 TV Series Herself
The Kids from Fame: From the Royal Albert Hall London 1983 TV Movie documentary Herself

Archive Footage

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Our Footloose Remake 2011 Ariel Moore

Won awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2014 Television Academy Honors The Television Academy Honors Mea Maxima Culpa: Silence in the House of God (2012) · Alex Gibney
· Todd Wider
· Jedd Wider
· Sheila Nevins
1994 Special Award Golden Globes, USA Short Cuts (1993) · Andie MacDowell
· Bruce Davison
· Jack Lemmon
· Zane Cassidy
· Julianne Moore
· Matthew Modine
· Anne Archer
· Fred Ward
· Jennifer Jason Leigh
· Chris Penn
· Joseph C. Hopkins
· Josette Maccario
· Lili Taylor
· Robert Downey Jr.
· Madeleine Stowe
· Tim Robbins
· Cassie Friel
· Dustin Friel
· Austin Friel
· Lily Tomlin
· Tom Waits
· Frances McDormand
· Peter Gallagher
· Jarrett Lennon
· Annie Ross
· L
1993 Special Volpi Cup Venice Film Festival Short Cuts (1993) · Andie MacDowell
· Bruce Davison
· Jack Lemmon
· Zane Cassidy
· Julianne Moore
· Matthew Modine
· Anne Archer
· Fred Ward
· Jennifer Jason Leigh
· Chris Penn
· Joseph C. Hopkins
· Josette Maccario
· Lili Taylor
· Robert Downey Jr.
· Madeleine Stowe
· Tim Robbins
· Cassie Friel
· Dustin Friel
· Austin Friel
· Lily Tomlin
· Tom Waits
· Frances McDormand
· Peter Gallagher
· Jarrett Lennon
· Annie Ross
· L
1984 ShoWest Award ShoWest Convention, USA Breakthrough Performer of the Year Footloose (1984)
1982 Special Award ShoWest Convention, USA Newcomer of the Year Born Beautiful (1982)
1982 Special Award ShoWest Convention, USA Newcomer of the Year

Nominated awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1986 Independent Spirit Award Independent Spirit Awards Best Female Lead Trouble in Mind (1985)

3rd place awards

3rd place awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1984 Bravo Otto Germany Bravo Otto Best Actress (Schauspielerin)


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#Fact
1 Born at 09:00 PM.
2 Her father was born in Przemysl, Poland, to a Polish Jewish family. Her mother has English, some Scottish, and distant German, ancestry.
3 Her character in VR5 TV Series, Sydney Blom, was born on July 18, 1966.
4 Aunt of Phoebe Singer.
5 Cousin of director Bryan Singer.
6 A 1980s Esquire Magazine feature on Singer began with an excerpt from the William Butler Yeats poem, "For Anne Gregory": "That only God, my dear, Could love you for yourself alone, And not your yellow hair".
7 Close friend of actress Erica Gimpel (of the Fame (1982) television series).
8 On the Fame (1982) television series, her character (Julie Miller)'s birthdate was July 13th.
9 Sister-in-law of Haunani Minn.
10 Lori has a son, Jacques Rio Emery, born on March 1991.
11 Twin sister of Gregory Singer.
12 Made her solo cello debut at age 13 with the Oregon Symphony.
13 Was born weighing less than four pounds. Her twin brother entered the world three minutes later.
14 Younger sister of actor Marc Singer and Claude Singer.
15 Lead character in television series VR.5 (1995) was originally written for a male.

#Quote
1 {on New York City] I feel closer to my background there, closer to Carnegie Hall as well as Europe. It's a city where you feel anything is possible, which makes life fun and interesting.


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Is Lori Singer's Net Worth Deserved?

  • Audrey

    Lori Singer was awarded a cast Golden Globe for Bob Altman’s SHORTCUTS, and won newcomer of the year at Sho West for “Footloose”, she won a Silver Halo Award, and was nominated as best actress for an Indie Spirit Award for “Trouble in Mind.”. Starring in such films as FALCON AND THE SNOWMAN, FOOTLOOSE, THE MAN WITH ONE RED SHOE, TROUBLE IN MIND, EQUINOX, and others, she was directed by such directing giants as John Schlesinger (MIDNIGHT COWBOY, MARATHON MAN), Herb Ross (GOODBYE GIRL, STEEL MAGNOLIAS), Robert Altman,(MASH, GOSFORD PARK, THE PLAYER), Alan Rudolph, and Atom Egoyan, to name a few. She has co-starred with Tom Hanks, Sean Penn, Mickey Rourke, Kevin Bacon, John Lithgow, Matthew Modine, Chris Penn, Marisa Tomei, Andie McDowell, Kris Kristofferson, and many others. She has also produced the film SUMMER HEAT with Kathy Bates as her mother. She was a lead actress in two highly successful television series; FAME and V.R.5. In FAME, the role of cellist Julie Miller was created for her. Ms. Singer has also written the screenplay, Grisha, which is based on the biography of the life of Gregor Piatigorsky and is currently in preproduction. Ms. Singer created and has recently produced the documentary MEA MAXIMA CULPA: SILENCE IN THE HOUSE OF GOD, directed by Alex Gibney. The film premiered in New York and select cities then was released on HBO winning 3 Prime Time Emmys, (2014) a Peabody (2014) and a TV academy honor award in 2014. She appeared in a Peter Sarsgard Michael Almereyda award winning film in 2015, “Experimenter”.
    Singer’s new film, which will be released in October 2016, is the 4 time film festival award winning God Knows Where I Am, is the story of Linda Bishop, a well-educated wife and mother who had long battled severe bipolar disorder, and the extraordinary events that lead to her life’s unfolding events. Singer has received rave reviews for her inspired performance from The Atlantic, The Hollywood Reporter, Cinema Axis, Now and Toronto Film Scene, a performance that has been called “astonishing,””stunning,” and “inspired.”
    “Lori Singer steps inside Bishop so completely that it’s impossible not to sit in stunned silence listening to every word of the journals as they’re delivered.”
    – Andrew Parker, Toronto Film Scene

    “Bishop’s meticulous daily journal, which is read with tenderness and humanity by Lori Singer, bringing Bishop elegantly to life as the chronicler of her own story.”
    – Christopher Orr, The Atlantic
    Haunting images, many of which are so stunning they’ll be seared on your soul for a lifetime, are accompanied by off-camera readings from Bishop’s actual journal by actress Lori (Footloose, Trouble in Mind, Shortcuts) Singer. Singer’s performance here is astonishing – she captures the pain, desperation and even small joys in Bishop’s life during these sad, lonely days with a sensitivity and grace linked wholly to the “character” of Bishop.”
    – Greg Klymkiw, The Film Co

    • Audrey

      Lori Singer was awarded a cast Golden Globe for Bob Altman’s SHORTCUTS, and won newcomer of the year at Sho West for “Footloose”, she won a Silver Halo Award, and was nominated as best actress for an Indie Spirit Award for “Trouble in Mind.”. Starring in such films as FALCON AND THE SNOWMAN, FOOTLOOSE, THE MAN WITH ONE RED SHOE, TROUBLE IN MIND, EQUINOX, and others, she was directed by such directing giants as John Schlesinger (MIDNIGHT COWBOY, MARATHON MAN), Herb Ross (GOODBYE GIRL, STEEL MAGNOLIAS), Robert Altman,(MASH, GOSFORD PARK, THE PLAYER), Alan Rudolph, and Atom Egoyan, to name a few. She has co-starred with Tom Hanks, Sean Penn, Mickey Rourke, Kevin Bacon, John Lithgow, Matthew Modine, Chris Penn, Marisa Tomei, Andie McDowell, Kris Kristofferson, and many others. She has also produced the film SUMMER HEAT with Kathy Bates as her mother. She was a lead actress in two highly successful television series; FAME and V.R.5. In FAME, the role of cellist Julie Miller was created for her. Ms. Singer has also written the screenplay, Grisha, which is based on the biography of the life of Gregor Piatigorsky and is currently in preproduction. Ms. Singer created and has recently produced the documentary MEA MAXIMA CULPA: SILENCE IN THE HOUSE OF GOD, directed by Alex Gibney. The film premiered in New York and select cities then was released on HBO winning 3 Prime Time Emmys, (2014) a Peabody (2014) and a TV academy honor award in 2014. She appeared in a Peter Sarsgard Michael Almereyda award winning film in 2015, “Experimenter”.
      Singer’s new film, which will be released in October 2016, is the 4 time film festival award winning God Knows Where I Am, is the story of Linda Bishop, a well-educated wife and mother who had long battled severe bipolar disorder, and the extraordinary events that lead to her life’s unfolding events. Singer has received rave reviews for her inspired performance from The Atlantic, The Hollywood Reporter, Cinema Axis, Now and Toronto Film Scene, a performance that has been called “astonishing,””stunning,” and “inspired.”
      “Lori Singer steps inside Bishop so completely that it’s impossible not to sit in stunned silence listening to every word of the journals as they’re delivered.”
      – Andrew Parker, Toronto Film Scene

      “Bishop’s meticulous daily journal, which is read with tenderness and humanity by Lori Singer, bringing Bishop elegantly to life as the chronicler of her own story.”
      – Christopher Orr, The Atlantic
      Haunting images, many of which are so stunning they’ll be seared on your soul for a lifetime, are accompanied by off-camera readings from Bishop’s actual journal by actress Lori (Footloose, Trouble in Mind, Shortcuts) Singer. Singer’s performance here is astonishing – she captures the pain, desperation and even small joys in Bishop’s life during these sad, lonely days with a sensitivity and grace linked wholly to the “character” of Bishop.”
      – Greg Klymkiw, The Film Corner

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