Despite her decades-long career, Dolly Parton’s net worth has already surpassed $1 billion.
Parton’s career took another significant step forward when she was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. On Saturday, the ceremony was held at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.
She made the list despite initially stating that she would not participate in the voting process. Meanwhile, the Rock Hall went ahead despite the objection.
“I want to thank the Hall of Fame and all the people out there through all of these years. I’ve been doing it all my life and I do love it. I’m very humbled by this.”
As the crooner reached a new milestone, fans began to wonder how much money she had made in her career thus far.
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Dolly Parton’s net worth in 2022 is estimated to be around $650 million. Her music career, philanthropy, and business deals contribute significantly to her fortune.
Parton has already sold over 100 million copies worldwide as a solo artist. She accomplished this through hit songs such as “I Will Always Love You,” “Here You Come Again,” “Rockin’ Years,” “There Was Jesus,” “Coat of Many Colors,” and “Love Is a Butterfly,” to name a few.
Aside from her music, she received $10 million in royalties from Whitney Houston’s “I Will Always Love You” version. When converted, the amount could reach $20 million.
Parton’s albums became worldwide hits, earning gold, platinum, and multi-platinum certification from the Recording Industry Association of America.
Parton’s musical career also earned her the following honors: Grammy Awards, Country Music Association Awards, Academy of Country Music Awards, People’s Choice Awards, Tony Awards, and Emmy Awards.
Dolly Parton’s net worth is also derived from her The Dollywood Company, which manages the Dollywood theme park and the Splash Country water park. It is also in charge of dinner theatres across the country, such as Pirates Voyage and The Dolly Parton Stampede.
Parton also had a flourishing acting career after appearing in shows from the 1960s to the 1980s.
She was nominated for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Variety Program in 1979 for her role in a Cher special.