Lana Del Rey Age, Net Worth, Boyfriend, Height, Wiki, Biography

Lana Del Rey

Lana Del Rey Wiki/Biography

Lana Del Rey also known as Elizabeth Woolridge Grant is an American singer-songwriter. Lana Del Rey also goes by the names Lizzy Grant and Sparkle Jumprope Queen in the public eye. She is in charge of vocals. Also, she runs a website. She has also won a lot of distinguished prizes.

Well-known record companies like Interscope, Polydor, 5 Points, and Strangers have worked with her. She writes songs in the Baroque pop and dreams pop-rock genres. She worked with a variety of artists on her songs, including Rick Novels, ASAP Rocky, Jack Antonoff, Emile Haynie, The Weeknd, Bobby Womack, Dan Auerbach, and many more.

She was born on June 21, 1985,  Her age is 37 years old as of 2023. Lana was born into a Roman Catholic lower middle-class household in Manhattan, New York. She moved to Lake Placid, New York, in the United States with her family. Lana also visited Long Island, New York, for a while. Lana practices Christianity and is an American national. In New York City, She went to the St. Agnes School. Later, she studied in Connecticut, USA, at the Kent School. Lana completed her studies at Fordham University, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree. She used to perform in church choruses while she was in school.

Her mother, Mrs. Patricia Ann (Patt), works as an account executive for the Grey Group, and her father, Mr. Robert England Grant Jr., is a copywriter for the company. Before starting his own business and investing in domain names, Lana’s father worked for a furniture company, while her mother was a teacher before becoming well-known.

There are two younger siblings of hers. She has a younger brother named Charlie Hill-Grant who is also a photographer and a younger sister named Caroline Grant who is a well-known photographer. She is not wed at the moment. Clayton Johnson, a guitarist, and Lana got engaged on December 15, 2020.

What is the net worth of Lana Del Rey?

In 2023, $30 million is projected to be her net worth. She makes a sizable income through her singing, endorsements, commercials, filming jobs, and other endeavors.

Quick facts about Lana Del Rey

Name Lana Del Rey
Full Name Elizabeth Woolridge Grant
Net Worth $30 Million
Date of Birth 21 June 1985
Age 37 Years
Birth Place Manhattan, New York, United States
Profession Singer and Songwriter
Nationality American
Hometown Manhattan, New York, United States
Zodiac Sign Cancer
School St. Agnes School, New York City, United States
Kent School, Connecticut, United States
College / University Fordham University, New York City, New York
Education Qualification Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)


While in her senior year of college, She recorded two EPs and signed a contract, launching her career. In 2008, she was the subject of an interview for an “Index Magazine” episode. She also directed the music videos for the non-album song “Methamphetamines” and the album song “Kill Kill” this year. In 2009, she contributed to a TV ad for a well-known company. She directed the music videos for “Gramma” and “Yayo” from the album “Kill Kill” this year. From her album “Lana Del Rey,” she directed the music videos for “Mermaid Motel,” “Put Me In A Movie,” “Brite Lites,” “Jump,” and “Pawn Shop Blues.”

She also made an appearance in the 2010 movie Poolside. She was the director of the non-album music videos for the songs “You Can Be The Boss,” “Kinda Outta Luck,” “On Our Way,” and “Hundred Dollar Bills” this year. She directed the music video for the song “Lolita,” which was featured on the album “Born To Die,” this year. Her debut album, Lana Del Rey, was also released this year. In 2011, she was the subject of an interview for “RnB Junk.” Between 2011 and 2019, she made seven appearances on BBC Radio One. She also directed the music videos for Blue Jeans (Original Version), National Anthem, Video Games, and Diet Mountain Dew this year, all of which are taken from the album “Born To Die.” The song “Blue Jeans,” which was featured on the album “Born To Die,” was the next project she worked on. Additionally, this year saw the debut of her two singles, “Video Games” and “Born To Die,” which were included in both portions of the album. ‘Off To The Races,’ her promotional song, was released this year.

She wrote both of the 2012 movies National Anthem, in which she played Jackie Kennedy and Marilyn Monroe, and Ride, in which she played an artist. This year, she appeared in four magazine films: “Lana Del Rey” by Interview Publications, “ZOO Presents Lana Del Rey” by Zoo Publications, “Nylon X Lana Del Rey” by Nylon Publications, and “L’Officiel Presents Lana Del Rey” by L’Officiel Publications. She made appearances on several television programs this year, including “The Jonathan Ross Show,” “American Idol,” “Late Show With David Letterman,” “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” and “Buenas Noches y Buenafuente.” She performed the songs “Video Games” and “Blue Jeans” on “Saturday Night Live,” as well as “Blue Jeans” on the TV program “The Voice UK.”

In this year’s editions of “One-To-Watch By My Space” and “NME Interviews,” she made an appearance twice. This year, she also participated in an advertisement for “H&M.” She also contributed this year to the songs “Summertime Sadness,” “National Anthem,” and its Cedric Gervais remix, which was all featured on the album “Born To Die.” This year, she also participated in the music videos “Blue Velvet,” “Ride,” and “Bel Air,” all of which were directed by Johan Renck.

This year, she also made her album “Born To Die” available. Four of her tracks from “Born To Die: The Paradise Edition” was released this year: “Blue Jeans,” “Summertime Sadness,” “National Anthem,” and “Ride.” She put out two tracks this year, “Carmen” and “Blue Velvet.” This year she published the songs “Radio,” “Without You,” “Dayglo Reflection,” “Body Electric,” “Bel Air,” “Gods & Monsters,” “Cola,” “American,” and “Yayo.”

She developed the screenplay for the 2013 movie Tropico, for which she also acted as Eve/Mary. She contributed to the soundtracks for “The Great Gatsby,” “Desire,” “Bel Air,” “Body Electric,” and “Hotel Sayre” this year. She also collaborated on the songs “Young and Beautiful,” “Two Minutes To Four And Reunited,” “Magic Tree And I Let Myself Go,” and “Hotel Sayre.”

She also had an appearance in the Anthony Shurmer-directed music video Burning Desire for the song “Chelsea Hotel no. 2” from the album Paradise this year. She also had an appearance in this year’s Chris Sweeney and Sophie Muller-directed music videos for the songs “Young and Beautiful” and its Cedric Gervais remix, both of which were from the album “The Great Gatsby.” She later had an appearance in the Anthony Mandler-directed music video “Tropico Short Film,” which was for the Paradise album and featured Body Electric, God’s and Monsters, and Bel Air.

On December 6 of this year, her extended play album, titled “Tropico,” was made available. She released four songs this year: “Young and Beautiful” from her album “The Great Gatsby,” “Dark Paradise” from her album “Born to Die,” and “Summertime Sadness” (Remix with Cedric Gervais) (Remix with Cedric Gervais). This year saw the release of “Burning Desire,” her promotional song.

She participated in two magazine movies in 2014: “Madame Figaro Presents Lana Del Rey” and “FADER Presents Lana Del Rey,” both produced by Madame Figaro Publications. She collaborated on the songs “Big Eyes,” “I Can Fly,” and “Once Upon A Dream” from the soundtracks for the films “Big Eyes” and “Maleficent” this year.

This year, she also appeared in the music videos “West Coast,” “Shades of Cool,” “Pretty When You Cry,” and “Ultraviolence,” all of which were directed by different people. She also appeared in the music video for “Pretty When You Cry,” which she also directed. She also released three songs off the album “Ultraviolence” this year: “West Coast,” “Shades of Cool,” and “Brooklyn Baby.” This year saw the debut of “Black Beauty,” her promotional song. This year saw the release of her singles “Old Money,” “Is This Happiness,” and “Florida Kilos.”

In 2015, she served as an executive producer for the motion picture “Hi How Are You, Daniel Johnston.” He made an appearance in the Complex Publications magazine film “Lana Del Rey August/September Issue” this year. She contributed this year to the soundtracks for the unreleased trailer-only albums “The Age of Adaline” and “Hi, How Are You Daniel Johnston?” with the song “Some Things Last A Long Time” and “Life Is Beautiful,” respectively.

She also made an appearance in this year’s “Honeymoon” music videos (Unreleased). This year saw the release of her promotional songs “Honeymoon” and “Terrence Loves You.” This year saw the release of her singles “Freak” and “Prisoner.” From June 7 through June 16, 2015, she went on “The Endless Summer Tour.”

She developed the screenplay for the 2016 movie “Freak,” for which she portrayed Pamela Courson. She produced and directed the song “Freak,” which is featured on the album Honeymoon. She released her song “Stargirl Interlude” this year.

In 2017, she made appearances as both a performer in “The King” and as herself in “Tower of Song: A Memorial Tribute to Leonard Cohen.” She and Adam Cohen this year performed “Chelsea Hotel No. 2” from the soundtrack “Tower of Song: A Memorial Tribute to Leonard Cohen.” She was interviewed for episodes of “Complex Cover” and “KRQQ” this year. Between 2017 and 2018, she was featured on two episodes of “Beats Radio One.”

She starred in three music videos this year that all featured The Weeknd: “Love,” “Lust For Life,” and “White Mustang.” She also released her CD Lust For Life this year. ‘ This year also saw the release of her singles “Love,” “Lust For Life,” “Summer Bummer,” and “Groupie Love” as a component of the album Lust For Love. ‘ This year saw the debut of her promotional song, “Coachella – Woodstock In My Mind.” This year saw the release of her songs “13 Beaches,” “Cherry,” “Get Free,” “Beautiful People, Beautiful Problems,” and “Tomorrow Never Came.”

Awards and Achievements for Lana Del Rey

There are 92 awards that she has been nominated for, and she has won 27 of them. One ASCAP Music Award, one Billboard Woman in Music Award, two BRIT Awards, a Danish Music Award, two Echo Awards, an Elle Style Award, nine GAFFA Awards, a GQ en of the Year Award, a Hungarian Music Award, an Ivor Novello Award, two MTV Awards, an NME Award, two Q Awards, a Satellite Award, and a UK Music Award have all been given to her.

Additionally, she has been nominated for the Camera image, Critics’ Choice Movie Award, Golden Globe, Grammy, iHeartRadio Music, Independent Music, International Dance Music, Esme Chatwin, People’s Choice, Swiss Music, and World Soundtrack Awards.

Family, Boyfriend, Relationship

From 2019 to 2020, she dated police officer Sean Larkin. In 2017, she dated American rapper G-Eazy. From 2014 to 2015, she dated the Italian-born director Francesco Carrozzini. She dated renowned singer Barrie-James O’Neill from 2011 to 2014; in fact, they got engaged before divorcing.

In addition to these men, she has dated American musicians Moby and Shanon Leto as well as singer Jimmy Gnecco and director and animator Steven Mertens. She has also been associated with American actors James Franco and Marilyn Manson as well as successful investors Justin Murdock and Andrew Gillott and music producers.

Physical Appearance (Height, Weight)

She is a beautiful woman with a sweet disposition. Grace weighs about 63 kg and is 5 feet 5 inches tall. She is really attractive and has an impressive 34-29-38 body composition. Lana has lustrous blonde hair and gorgeous hazel eyes that are captivating.

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