Wynonna Judd Net Worth $12 Million. Wynonna Ellen Judd is a multi award-winning American country music singer. She is one of the most widely recognized and awarded female country singers. In all, she has had 19 No. 1 singles, including those of The Judds, making her one of the best-selling country artists of all time.
Wynonna Judd is an American music singer born on May 30, 1964, in Ashland. In 1983, the Judds, a duo composed of Wynonna and Naomi, were signed to RCA Records. The Judds had 23 hit singles on the Billboard Hot Country Singles charts between 1983 and 1991, with 14 of them reaching number one. She’s one of country music’s most well-known and award-winning female vocalists. She has had 19 No. 1 hits in total, such as the Judds’, making her one of country music’s most successful artists.
|Name||Wynonna Ellen Judd|
|Date Of Birth||30 May 1964|
|Income||$2 Million (Annual)|
|Spouse||D. R. Roach|
Wynonna Judd Net Worth 2022
|Net Worth:||$12 Million|
|Date of Birth:||1964-05-30|
|Height:||5 ft 5 in (1.66 m)|
|Profession:||Singer, Actor, Musician, Author, Songwriter, Philanthropist, Television producer|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
On May 30, 1964, in Ashland, Kentucky, Wynonna was born Christina Claire Ciminella. Actress Ashley Judd is her younger half-sister. After getting a guitar for Christmas, Wynonna was inspired by her mother’s country music and started to play it. In 1979, the two of them relocated to Nashville, Tennessee, to pursue a career in music.
Judd married Arch Kelly III in 1996. They had a son, Elijah Judd, in December 1994. Her having a child “out of wedlock” affected her career during this time, as her fanbase was largely conservative. Her second husband was D.R. Roach, whom she married in November 2003. In 2007, Roach was arrested for the sexual assault of a child under the age of 13. She filed for divorce five days later. Judd married longtime boyfriend, the drummer for the band Highway 101, Cactus Moser on June 10, 2012 at her home in Leiper’s Fork, Tennessee. Two months later, Moser was severely injured in a motorcycle crash in South Dakota, which resulted in his left leg having to be amputated.
|Favorite Actor||Denzel Washington|
|Favorite Actress||Angelina Jolie|
|Favorite Song||Not Know|
|Favorite Sportsman||Aaron Donald|
|Favorite Movie||Don’t Know|
|Favorite Footballer||Lionel Andrés Messi|
|Favorite TV Show||Friends|
In the cartoon The Magic School Bus (Meets Molly Cule) and Blue’s Clues in 1999, Judd gave the voice of rock star Molly Cule. She appeared as a guest star on the fifth season of Touched by an Angel and on Hope & Faith in the episode “Wife Swap: Part 1 and 2,” on the 10th anniversary of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire with Regis Philbin for Backpack Ministries, and on season 4, episode 6 of Lifetime’s Army Wives.
She performed “It’s About Love” for the VeggieTales episode Lord of the Beans in 2005. In 2007, Wynonna starred in “Wynonna: A Tribute on Ice,” a special television event on NBC honoring her 23-year career, as well as the NBC sitcom Kath & Kim. On this program, Wynonna and Naomi both performed. Wynonna also hosted the fourth season of USA Network’s Nashville Star in 2006. In 2020, Judd played Marilyn Jinway, a supporting character in the Hallmark Television film A Nashville Christmas Carol.
OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network premiered the Judds in 2011. Wynonna also appeared as a contestant on season 16 of Dancing with the Stars. Wynonna also served as a judge at the 6th annual Independent Music Awards, which promotes the careers of independent musicians.
- She achieved the USO’s Merit Award for service to all divisions of the US Armed Forces in 2005, and she collaborated with Habitat for Humanity to record “Heart of America” with Michael McDonald and Eric Benét.
- The Music City Walk of Fame honored Wynonna with a star in 2007.
- Wynonna was announced as a member of The Judds for induction into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2021.
- In 1992, she won the Billboard Music Awards for Country Single (No One Else On Earth) and Best New Country Artist.
- The Music Business Association awarded her the Best Selling Country Female Award in 1992.
- In 1993, she won a Playboy Award for Concert of the Year (Black and Wy).
- In 1994, she won the Academy of Country Music Award for Top Female Artist.
- Country Music Association Awards Nominations for Female Vocalist Nomination (1992), Best Album (1992), Best Duo (with Clint Black) (1992) and Female Vocalist of the Year (1994).
- Academy of Country Music Awards Nominations for Top Female Vocalist (1993), Album of the Year (1993), and Humanitarian of the Year (2003).
- Grammy Awards Nominations for the Best Female Country Vocal Performance: “Wynonna” (1993), Best Female Country Vocal Performance: “Only Love” (1994), Best Country Vocal Collaboration: “A Bad Goodbye” (w/ Clint Black) (1994) and Best Female Country Vocal Performance: “Is It Over Yet” (1995).
- American Music Awards nominations for Favorite Female/Country (1997)
- Blockbuster Entertainment Awards nominations for Top Female/Country (1997)
- GMA Dove Awards nomination for Favorite Country Recorded Song (2005)
In 1991, the Judds separated, and Wynonna embarked on a solo career, which she continued on Curb. “She Is His Only Need”, “I Saw the Light”, and “No One Else on Earth” was the first three singles released by Wynonna. All three songs debuted at the top of the country singles charts in the United States in a row. She’s published eight studio albums, a live album, a Christmas album, and two compilation albums, as well as more than 20 singles, during her solo career. The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) has certified three of her albums platinum or higher.
The single “Cool Ya’” by Wynonna & the Big Noise was released. In support of Public Television, “Recollections” was released in 2020, followed by “Are You Ready For The Country” in 2021. Wynonna’s mother, Naomi, passed away 19 days after The Judds’ final performance at the 2022 CMT Music Awards and a day before The Judds were inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame as a duo.