Tiffany Darwish Net Worth (Updated 2024)

What is Tiffany Darwish’s Net Worth?

Tiffany Darwish, the famous American singer, songwriter, actress, and former teen idol, has a net worth of $4 million.

She became famous with her hit song “I Think We’re Alone Now,” which topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart for two weeks in 1987. This song was part of her debut album, also called “Tiffany.” Her singles “Could’ve Been” and “I Saw Him Standing There” also reached No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100.

Tiffany’s popularity grew thanks to her unique “The Beautiful You: Celebrating The Good Life Shopping Mall Tour ’87.” Her debut album and singles reached No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 and Billboard 200 charts.

Although her second album in 1988, “Hold an Old Friend’s Hand,” had a Top 10 single, it didn’t match the success of her debut. In the 1990s, she released albums like “New Inside” (1990) and “Dreams Never Die” (1993), which didn’t gain much attention.

In 2000, Tiffany made a comeback with “The Color of Silence,” receiving good reviews but not huge success. She’s released five more studio albums and two albums with 1980s cover songs, while also continuing to tour.

Apart from music, Tiffany posed for Playboy, appeared in reality TV shows like “Celebrity Fit Club” and “I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!” (Australian version), and participated in “Hulk Hogan’s Celebrity Championship Wrestling.” She also dabbled in acting, appearing in horror and science fiction films like “Necrosis” (2009), “Mega Piranha” (2010), and “Mega Python vs. Gatoroid” (2011).

Here’s the breakdown of her net worth:


Tiffany Darwish

Net Worth:

$4 Million

Date of Birth:

Oct 2, 1971


$300K Per Year

Source of Wealth:

Actor, Singer-songwriter, Singer

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Early Life

Tiffany Renee Darwish, born on October 2, 1971, in Norwalk, California (near Los Angeles), had a unique upbringing. Her parents, Janie Wilson and James Robert Darwish, split up when she was just 14 months old. Tiffany’s heritage is a blend of Lebanese from her father’s side, and Irish and Native American from her mother’s side.

Tiffany’s journey into music began remarkably early, at the age of four, when she memorized the lyrics to Tanya Tucker’s “Delta Dawn.” Following her parents’ separation, she mainly lived with her father. Her education took her to Norwalk High School for her freshman and sophomore years before transferring to Leffingwell Christian High School in Norwalk.

Tiffany Darwish Net Worth

Music Career


In 1981, Tiffany started her music journey by performing at Narods, a country and western venue in Chino, California, alongside country singer Jack Reeves. After her performance, she earned $235, marking her first income in her budding career.

While singing at the Palomino Club, Tiffany’s talent caught the attention of Hoyt Axton and his mother Mae Axton. Mae brought her to Nashville, Tennessee, where she appeared on WSMV’s The Ralph Emery Show, singing well-known songs like Juice Newton’s “Queen of Hearts” and Tammy Wynette’s “Your Good Girl’s Gonna Go Bad.”

In 1984, Tiffany signed a recording contract with George Tobin after he heard her sing on a demo tape. The following year, she participated in Star Search with Ed McMahon and finished as the runner-up. In 1986, Tiffany signed a contract that gave Tobin full control over her career. She recorded her debut studio album and secured an MCA contract. Her first album, titled “Tiffany,” was released in 1987, but the first single, “Danny,” didn’t gain much attention. To bounce back, Tiffany embarked on a nationwide shopping mall tour called “The Beautiful You: Celebrating the Good Life Shopping Mall Tour ’87,” starting in Paramus, New Jersey. Her second single, a cover of Tommy James and the Shondells’ hit, “I Think We’re Alone Now,” became a massive hit, reaching number one on the Billboard Hot 100 and becoming her biggest success.

In February 1988, Tiffany’s ballad “Could’ve Been” also topped the Billboard charts. She also modified a classic Beatles song, renaming it “I Saw Him Standing There,” which reached number seven on the Hot 100. “Feelings of Forever” also achieved chart success, making Tiffany the youngest female artist to top the Billboard charts with a debut album. Later that year, she toured with the boy band New Kids on the Block as their opening act.

In 1988, Tiffany faced a conflict as Tobin fought for control over her career and earnings against her mother and stepfather. This led to a court battle where Tiffany sought to be declared an emancipated minor, which was denied. However, the judge allowed her to move out of her mother’s home, with her grandmother becoming her temporary guardian.

Towards the end of 1988, Tiffany released her second studio album, “Hold an Old Friend’s Hand,” which was not as successful as her debut. While it didn’t produce any number-one hits, the song “All This Time” reached the top 10. The album received positive reviews from critics and achieved platinum status quickly.

Shortly after turning eighteen, Tiffany parted ways with Tobin’s management and signed with Dick Scott and Kim Glover, who also managed the successful boy band New Kids on the Block.


In the early 1990s, Tiffany’s career faced challenges as music preferences shifted away from dance-pop to harder-edged rock and rap. Her third studio album, “New Inside” (1990), with a new soulful image, didn’t resonate with some fans as much as her previous work. Despite her efforts to promote it through TV appearances, including the fantasy sitcom “Out of This World,” “New Inside” received mixed reviews from music critics and failed to make it onto the charts.

In 1991, Tiffany participated in recording the song “Voices That Care,” which reached No. 11 on the Billboard Hot 100.

In an attempt at a brief comeback in the early 1990s, Tiffany reunited with George Tobin for the album “Dreams Never Die” (1993). It featured singles like “If Love is Blind” and “Can’t You See.” She even headlined her own show at the Las Vegas Hilton in the summer of 1993 before parting ways with Tobin once again.

By 1995, Tiffany had moved to Nashville to explore a career as a songwriter and make a return to country music.


In 2000, Tiffany launched her fifth studio album, “The Color of Silence,” receiving positive reviews. It was even considered “one of the best pop albums of the year” by Billboard, earning the title of the year’s “biggest surprise.” Her College Promotional Tour drew massive crowds, setting attendance records at many tour stops.

In April 2002, Tiffany made headlines by posing nude for Playboy magazine. She defended the decision, comparing it to posing in Vogue or Elle, though acknowledging some family disapproval due to her young son at the time.

In 2005, Tiffany appeared on the UK TV show “Hit Me, Baby, One More Time,” securing a spot in the show’s finale by performing Girls Aloud’s “Love Machine.” She also participated in the US version but lost to hip-hop group Arrested Development.

Tiffany released her sixth studio album, “Dust Off and Dance,” in May 2005 through CD Baby, followed by a digital release on iTunes. The album was a tribute to her new husband and expressed gratitude to her fans, especially her gay and European fanbase. It featured Eurodance and Hi-NRG style songs, including singles like “Ride It,” “Fly,” “Be with U Tonite,” “Na Na Na,” and “Artificial Girlfriend.” Tiffany toured with the album and received several JPF Awards nominations, ultimately winning for Best Dance Song and Best Dance CD of the year in 2006.

In 2007, Tiffany took part in VH1’s “Celebrity Fit Club” to address her weight issues. Starting at 152 lb (69 kg), she finished at 124 lb (56 kg), a remarkable 18.4% difference.

In April 2007, Tiffany released a cover album called “I Think We’re Alone Now: ’80s Hits and More” on Cleopatra Records. It featured updated versions of her first three Top Ten hits from her debut album and cover versions of songs from other 1980s artists.

Her music video for “I Think We’re Alone Now” appeared in various shows and films, including “The Goldbergs,” “The Umbrella Academy,” and the 2012 film “Ted.”

In 2007, Tiffany signed a recording contract with 10 Spot Records, a division of Water Music Records Group, distributed by Universal Music Group. She released a new album titled “Just Me,” featuring all-new material in a singer-songwriter style similar to her earlier album “The Color of Silence.” The first single from the album, “Feels Like Love,” came out in May 2007.

In March 2008, Tiffany released “Mimi’s Kitchen,” a limited edition album of 500 copies containing rare demos from her childhood to the present. It was sent to fans in personalized packages, including autographed photos and CDs, as well as the Mimi’s Kitchen demo collection. Some releases also included Playboy T-shirts.

In late April 2008, a track with the same name as her 2005 dance album, “Dust Off and Dance,” became available for download online. Tiffany provided vocals for the dance team Hydra Productions on their album “Liquid.” In early January 2009, the single reached number one on the Hot Club Play Breakout charts.

Tiffany also released a new dance song, “Just Another Day,” remixed by Dave Audé, in late July 2008, peaking at No. 28 on the U.S. Billboard Dance chart.


In January 2011, Tiffany released the single “Serpentine” on iTunes, a country song featured in the film “Mega Python vs. Gatoroid,” where she also had a role. Her album “Rose Tattoo,” released on March 1, 2011, marked her debut in the country music scene.

In April 2019, Tiffany released an updated version of her hit “I Think We’re Alone Now,” featuring a rock and roll arrangement.

On September 21, 2018, Tiffany independently released her tenth studio album, “Pieces of Me,” through her own label, Go On Then Records. The following month, she released her cover of Logan Lynn’s “Big City Now” as part of a multi-media double album titled “My Movie Star.”

Tiffany embarked on her 2019 solo tour, performing in nearly 50 locations across the United States.

In October 2019, Tiffany appeared as a featured guest on The Sam T. Blues Revue.


In 2020, Tiffany contributed a song to the soundtrack of the movie “Love, Guaranteed” and released her very first original Christmas single, titled “Angels,” on streaming platforms.

In November 2021, during a live performance of “I Think We’re Alone Now” in Melbourne, Florida, Tiffany unexpectedly used strong language towards the audience. Her spokesperson explained that she had lost her voice and was frustrated with her performance. Tiffany later apologized for her outburst, attributing it to voice loss, panic attack, and frustration.

Tiffany’s eleventh studio album, “Shadows,” produced by Mark Alberici, was released on November 25, 2022.

Acting Career

Debut in “Jetsons: The Movie”

In 1990, Tiffany ventured into acting by lending her voice to the character Judy Jetson in “Jetsons: The Movie.” She not only provided her voice but also contributed three songs to the movie’s soundtrack, including the single “I Always Thought I’d See You Again” and the main song “You and Me.” This choice sparked controversy as it replaced Janet Waldo, the previous voice of Judy Jetson, in an attempt to appeal to a younger audience. However, the film didn’t achieve significant success at the box office despite Tiffany’s involvement.

AT&T Commercial and “How I Met Your Mother” Cameo

In April 2008, Tiffany starred in a national AT&T commercial campaign titled “Paradise by the GoPhone Light,” alongside Meat Loaf. The ad humorously spoofed Meat Loaf’s famous song “Paradise by the Dashboard Light” and was available in both an extended music video version and a shorter commercial edit.

Around the same time, Tiffany made a special appearance on the sitcom “How I Met Your Mother” in an episode titled “Sandcastles in the Sand.” In this episode, she portrayed herself as a backing vocalist in a music video created by a fictional Canadian pop star who drew inspiration from real-life artists like Tiffany, known for performing in malls during their careers.

Short Film and Feature Film Roles

Tiffany explored independent filmmaking during this time. In 2008, she took the lead in the short film “The Isolationist,” which was shown at various film festivals. Her character, Barbara Newman, was assertive in her pursuit of a co-worker, not giving them any personal space.

In 2009, Tiffany made her debut in a feature film with “Necrosis,” later known as “Blood Snow” internationally. It’s a psychological thriller where she portrayed Karen, an adventurous thrill-seeker. The story revolves around a group of friends trapped in a cabin during a blizzard, struggling with increasing paranoia. The film premiered at the 2009 Cannes Film Festival.

Tiffany also appeared in “Mega Piranha,” a movie from The Asylum, and teamed up with fellow pop star Debbie Gibson for the Syfy original film “Mega Python vs. Gatoroid,” featuring an intense showdown between the two stars.

TV Appearances and Commercials

Tiffany remained active in the entertainment world with several appearances. In 2011, she filmed an episode for the Biography Channel series “Celebrity Close Calls.” Then, in 2013, she took part in the reality TV show “Celebrity Wife Swap,” swapping lives with actress/singer Nia Peeples.

In the same year, Tiffany featured in the Season 10 premiere of TLC’s “What Not To Wear,” undergoing a style transformation. Additionally, she starred in a Miracle Whip commercial alongside other notable celebrities like Wynonna Judd, Lance Bass, Susan Boyle, and the Village People.

Tiffany’s acting career spanned various roles and platforms, making her presence felt in both the world of film and television.

Personal Life

First Marriage and Son

In 1992, Tiffany married makeup artist Bulmaro Garcia, and their happiness grew when they welcomed their son, Elijah, in September of the same year. Unfortunately, life took unexpected twists, leading to their divorce in 2003.

Second Marriage and Divorce

In 2004, Tiffany found love once more and married British businessman Ben George. However, as time went by, their lives took different directions. While Tiffany was working on her 2018 album “Pieces of Me,” she and Ben faced the tough choice to separate. Ultimately, they decided to part ways, and their marriage ended in divorce.

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