Salome Bey Net Worth and Salary

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How Much Money Does Salome Bey Make? We spent 19 hours on research, and editing, to review the post. Source Income: Actors

At the moment we have a few values about net worth, income, the salary of Salome Bey. From our readers*.
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$53’000’000. *It was submitted by Marian Bielinski, 46 years old. Job: (Rounding-Machine Tender). From Indianola, Mississippi



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Height, Weight

How tall is Salome Bey? We have some values from our visitors.**You Can send your information about net worth, height, weight, etc by our submission form below.

1,72m.**It was submitted by Maryjo, 24 years old. From Sitka, Alaska.
1,67m.***It was submitted by Morgun, 56 years old. Job: (Shoe Repairer). From Birdeye, Arkansas.
How big is Salome Bey weight?

67kg.*It was submitted by Nap Van Eeden, 45 years old. Job: (Stave-Bolt Equalizer). From Westfall, Oregon.




Salome Bey information

Birth date and age: 1944-01-01

The place of birth (POB): Newark, New Jersey, USA

Profession: Actress
Salome Bey (born 1944) is an American-born Canadian singer-songwriter, composer, and actress who has lived in Toronto, Ontario since 1966. In 2005, she was made an honorary Member of the Order of Canada.Born to a middle-class African-American family in New Jersey, Bey formed a vocal group with her brother Andy Bey and sister Geraldine Bey (de Haas), known as Andy and the Bey Sisters, performing in local clubs and touring North America and Europe. After moving to Toronto in 1964 and playing the jazz club circuit, she became known as Canadas First Lady of Blues. Bey appeared on Broadway in Your Arms Too Short to Box with God, for which she was nominated for a Grammy Award for her work on the cast album. She put together a blues & jazz cabaret show on the history of black music, Indigo – which earned her the Dora Mavor Moore Award for outstanding performance. The show was later taped for TV networks.Bey recorded two albums with Horace Silver, and released live albums of her performances with the Montreal Jubilation Gospel Choir and at the Montreux Jazz Festival. She received the Toronto Arts Award for her contributions to the performing arts in 1992, and the Martin Luther King Jr. Award for lifetime achievement from the Black Theatre Workshop of Montreal in 1996.Beginning in her early sixties Bey began showing signs of dementia. As of 2011 her illness has progressed to the point that she can no longer perform.

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