Keke Palmer Net Worth
Who Is Keke Palmer?
Keke Palmer is an American actress, singer, songwriter and presenter. Her full name is Lauren Keyana “Keke” Palmer. She was born on August 26, in the year 1993 in Harvey Illinois in the United States of America.
Keke Palmer Net worth:
The net worth of is of about $ 7.5 million which speaks a lot about her popularity. According to some of the other sources it has been claimed that her net worth has increased up to about $8 million this year.
Keke was born in Harvey, Illinois in the year 1993 on August 26. She was brought up in a Christian household. Her parents, Sharon and Larry Palmer, who met in acting school, had both worked in as actors before sinking into all day occupations.
Her dad works for a polyurethane organization, and her mom is a secondary teacher who works with mentally unbalanced children.
Palmer first sang in a church but earned her recognition by giving her performance at a tourist destination in Chicago.
After her debut in a movie, her family got shifted to California, so that she could work on her acting career further.
Keke Palmer- Known For:
She is best known for her career and the work that she has done in the entertainment industry.
Keke had released her debut album, So Uncool, on September 18, in the year 2007 through Atlantic Records. And although the album failed to chart on the US Billboard 200 it did chart at number 85 on the R&B chart. The album was preceded by the second single “Keep It Movin’.
She is also a well-known actress and has worked in numerous movies and had received recognition and awards as well.
Her most famous performances have been in the movie Akeelah and the Bee as well as starring in Madea’s Family Reunion.
Keke has also acted in the television films Knights of the South Bronx in the year 2005, Jump In! in the year 2007, and Rags in the year 2012 among others.
Keke Palmer Political / Business Affiliations:
Keke Palmer works with the Boys’ and Girls’ Clubs of the American philanthropy Cool To Be Smart program, addressing kids about the significance of learning. She is likewise a supporter of Urban Farming and the Girl Scouts.
She has worked with YWCA as well as with Saving Our Daughters. Curtis Benjamin, the CEO of Saving Our Daughters expressed, “We are so amped up for having such a remarkable artist and on-screen character as Keke Palmer, to address these issues of harassing and mishandle worldwide with the YWCA USA and with both our missions.”
In the year 2009, she went to the Stars and Strikes advantage for A Place Called Home.
Recently in the year 2010, Keke alongside numerous other known famous people, has been an enthusiastic delegate for the “Sparing Our Daughters” promise venture, a hostile to tormenting effort that permits individuals everywhere throughout the world to take a pledge to stop bullying.