American singer, songwriter, and actress Tina Turner is the Queen of Rock n Roll and rose to fame as the lead singer of Ike & Tina Turner — releasing hits together such as "Proud Mary" and "River Deep" — before going solo in 1976.
In the 1980s, Tina made the ultimate comeback with the release of her 1984 single, "What's Love Got to Do With It," which earned her a Grammy for Record of the Year. Tina continued to release music and also launched her acting career with roles in Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome and Last Action Hero. Her biopic, What's Love Got to Do With It, based on her autobiography, I, Tina: My Love Story, was released in 1993.
Tina has sold over 100 million albums worldwide and has won 12 Grammy Awards, including a Lifetime Achievement Grammy. She was also inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1991 and received a Kennedy Center Honor in 2005.
Tina is also the proud mother of four sons — Craig (who passed away in 2018), Ronald, Ike Jr., and Michael — two biological and two adopted. Tina revealed that she was diagnosed with intestinal cancer in 2016 and she underwent a kidney transplant in 2017.
Full Name: Anna Mae Bullock
Birthday: November 26, 1939
Net Worth: $250 million
Fun Fact: Tina Turner was the first Black artist and first female to be on the cover of Rolling Stone.
Latest Tina Turner News and Updates
Tina Turner Lived Her Final Years With Her Millionaire Husband — How Much Is He Worth?Erwin Bach, Tina Turner's husband before she died in 2023, is worth millions. Find out more about him and how he amassed such wealth here.
Tina Turner Sensed Her Late Son Craig Turner Was in a “Good Place”Raymond Craig Turner, Tina Turner's first child, died by suicide on July 3, 2018, at home in Studio City, Calif., while she was away.
Ike Turner Felt “Betrayed” by Tina Turner Before He Died: “I Don’t Regret Nothing”Ike Turner and Tina Turner’s tumultuous 16-year marriage followed them for the rest of their lives. Here’s what happened to Ike after they split.
Where Did Tina Turner Live Before Her Death? She Hadn't Lived in the U.S. for DecadesTina Turner lived in Europe for decades even though she was born in the United States. She gave Larry King two good reasons for why she left.
Tina Turner Lived a Private Life With Her Husband in Switzerland in Her Later YearsThe Queen of Rock 'n' Roll, Tina Turner, died in 2023 at the age of 83. The singer was living a quiet life in Switzerland in her later years.
Tina Turner Made a Fortune Through Her Impressive Career in MusicThroughout decades as a stage performer, Tina Turner made a serious amount of money, but what was her net worth? Here's a breakdown of her finances.
Tina Turner Wasn't Just a Grammy-Winning Singer — She Was Also a GrandmaTina Turner was a mother of two biological children, adopted her ex-husband's sons, Ike Jr. and Michael, and was also a proud grandmother of two.
Where Are Tina Turner's Kids Today? Sadly, Two Died in the Singer’s LifetimeSinger Tina Turner had four kids and, sadly, two died within her lifetime. Learn more about who her biological and adopted children are now.
Tina Turner Revealed Health Issues, "Said Goodbye," Before Her Death at 83In a new documentary from HBO, Tina Turner shares about her life, from abuse to various health issues. She's saying "goodbye" to the spotlight.
Ronnie Turner, Son of Singer Tina Turner, Died at Age 62 — His Cause of Death RevealedWhat was Ronnie Turner's cause of death? Tina Turner's son died unexpectedly on Dec. 8, 2022. He was 62 years old. Here's what we know.
HBO Documentary ‘Tina’ Explores the “Survivor Narrative” Around Tina TurnerIke Turner is one of the focal points of the HBO documentary ‘Tina.’ Read more about Ike, his death, and Tina Turner’s abuse accusations against him.
What to Know About Rhonda Graam, Tina Turner's Personal Assistant and FriendIf you watched the HBO documentary 'Tina,' then you may be curious about her personal assistant, manager, and close friend, Rhonda Graam.