Beyoncé Height, Weight, Age, Biography, Husband & More
Beyoncé Giselle Knowles-Carter
Queen B, JuJu, Bee, Sasha Fierce, Mothe
American singer, actress and record producer
Physical Stats & More
35-26-39 in or 89-66-99 cm
8 (US) or 12 (UK)
8.5 (US) or 6 (UK)
Jay Z (m.2008)
Blue Ivy Carter (Daughter)
Sir Carter (Son)
Rumi Carter (Daughter)
Houston, Texas, United States
Date of birth
4 September 1981
St. Mary’s Elementary School
Parker Elementary School
Alief Elsik High School
Houston, Texas, United States
Columbia Records, Parkwood Entertainment, Sony Music, Legacy Recordings, Sony Bmg
Hip Hop, Pop, R&B
First TV Show
Dangerously in Love (2003)
Carmen: A Hip Hopera (2001)
Color – Pink
Place – 40/40 Club
Food – Honey Nut Cheerios, Creole Food, Popeyes
Fashion Idol – Diana Ross, Tina Turner
Rapper – Wyclef Jean
Tommy Hilfiger Fragrance (2004)
Beyoncé Giselle Knowles-Carter is American singer and she is born on 4 September 1981 in Houston, Texas, United States.
Her parents are named Mathew Knowles and Tina Knowles.
In addition to Beyoncé, her parents have two more children. She has two more sisters named Solange Knowles and Bianca Lawson.
Beyoncé married Jay Z, a rapper and songwriter of America in 2008.
Since childhood, she fond of dancing and used to take dancing classes at St. Mary’s Montessori School.
Shortly afterwards she also came to know of his singing talent, when his dance teacher had gone to a song and Beyonce completed the song. To enhance her singing talent, she took admission in Parker Elementary School and during an audition they formed a group called Girls Tyme and added many more girls in this group.
And after that she also participated in Star Search contest but she could not win it and this show used to be telecast on television. Shortly afterwards the show received a recording contract from Elektra, and the contract then went to Atlantic Records.
She initially got a recording contract from Grassroots Entertainment, then from Sony Music and finally with Columbia Records.
During this time she changed her group name to Destiny’s Child, and released her first single track Killing Time which featured in the 1997 movie Men in Black.
She further released another song called Say My Name and the song was also given a Grammy Award under Best R&B Performance by Duo or Group with Vocals and Best R&B Category Song.
She then released her album The Writing’s on the Wall and the album gained him a lot of popularity and sold total of more than 8 million copies.
Not only this in 2001 she again got a major role in the MTV film Carmen: A Hip Hopera.
Destiny Child’s next album Survivor was released. Beyonce began her solo career in October 2002 and released her debut solo album Dangerously in Love.
She got a very good response from this album and in just one week, 3 lakh 17 thousand copies of this album were sold. She was then given 5 Grammy Awards at the 46th Annual Grammy Awards.
She received two Grammy Awards for Best Contemporary R&B Album and Best Female R&B Vocals Performance for Dangerously in Love Two. For his song Crazy in Love, she was given two more Grammy Awards under the category Best R&B Song and Best Rap / Sung Collaboration.
And finally, she was given another Grammy Awards for her song, The Closer I Get to You under the category of Best R&B Performance by Duo or Group With Vocals, She sang this song with Luther Vandross.
Her next album B’Day was released and the album sold a total of 541,000 copies. Going forward, she also performed in The Pink Panther movie and won the hearts of the people.
Apart from this, she was nominated 10 times at the 52nd Annual Grammy Awards, out of which she won 6 nominations and was given 6 Grammy Awards. After a short break she released her album 4 and after that she released another album, Beyonce in her own name.
In 2017, she released the album Lemonade. According to Forbes in 2017, her annual income was 350 million dollars. If you look at the income of both her and her husband Jay Z, they both have a net worth of 1.16 billion dollars, which is a big deal. Beyoncé is one of the highest earning singers.
Homecoming: A Film by Beyoncé – 2019
The Lion King – 2019
Black Is King – 2020
Dreamgirls – 2006
Obsessed – 2009
Austin Powers – Goldmember – 2002
Cadillac Records – 2008
Pink Panther – 2006
Epic – 2013
The Fighting Temptations – 2013
Carmen: A Hip Hopera – 2001
Life Is But a Dream – 2013