Reba McEntire Net Worth, Age, Height, Weight, and Body Measurements

The evergreen Reba Nill Mcentire is an American singer, songwriter, actor, record, and television producer. She is recognized as one of the best and wealthiest singers from Oklahoma. She rose to the peak of success through her several musical albums and acting roles. Her stunning character in TV series such as in young Sheldon and famous song albums has helped her gain a reputable position in the industry. The Grammy-winning Reba Mcentire net worth is as attractive as her personality.

Reba McEntire Net Worth

Her eyes and captivating smile, both are enough to leave a heart-winning impression on someone. Moreover, she is well-known for her ever-green hits “The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia” and  “For My Broken Heart”.

Early Life of Reba McEntire

Reba McEntire was born on 28 March 1960 in McAlester in Oklahoma. She completed her graduation from Kiowah high school and went to Southeastern Oklahoma University for higher education. She had a passion to teach and become a professional teacher. She started her singing career by performing several times with her family band Singing McEntire. Reba’s personal life is a bit complicated as she got married to a steer wrestling champion Charlie Battles.

Reba McEntire Personal Details

Real NameReba Nill Mcentire
Age65 years
Date of BirthMarch 28, 1955
Place of BirthMcAlester, Oklahoma, United States
Marital StatusDivorced
Profession / OccupationActress, singer, songwriter, and producer

Reba McEntire Measurements

Height5 ft 7 in or 170 cm
Weight56 kg or 123.5 lbs
Body Measurements​37-26-37

Breast Size37 inches
Bra, Cup Size34C
Waist26 inches
Eyes ColorBlue
Hair ColorRed
Shoe Size​7.5 (US)

Dress SizeUnknown

Reba McEntire Family Details

Spouse / Husband Name​Narvel Blackstock (m. 1989-2015), Charlie Battles (m.1976-1987),
Father Name​Clark McEntire
Mother Name​Jacqueline Smith
Children​Shelby Blackstock
Siblings​Susie McEntire, Pake McEntire, Alice Foran

They ended up their marriage in 1987. Reba got married for the second time in 1989 to Narval Blackstock. Reba became a stepmother to Narval’s three kids from his previous marriage. Together they have a son Shelby Blackstock. Reba was born with instinct talent and a melodious voice that was recognized at the right time. So it didn’t take her to struggle a lot.


Reba McEntire CareerReba sang the national anthem of her country during her sophomore year at college that became a milestone for her success. she got recognized by the famous artist Red Steagall who helped her in showcasing her talent. She signed a contract in the mid-1970s with a band named Mercury.

Her first albums didn’t score higher ranking on the billboard. In successive years, her progress became dominant over her previous albums that didn’t gain much repute. In the 1980s she generated her album “Unlimited” that comprised of some hit songs like “Can’t Even Get the Blues” and “You’re the First Time I’ve Thought About Leaving”.

She also appeared on a big screen in her blockbuster flicks. These flicks include “The Little Rascals” and “Tremors”. She also appeared on the TV show Buffalo Girls. Her other famous movies include “The Gambler Return: The Luck of the Draw, “The Man from Left Field”, and some theater productions such as “Annie Got Your Gun”.

No talks about her sitcom will be an injustice to her career progress. She ran seven successful seasons of her sitcom that turned out to be a pleasant catalyst to her career and net worth as well.

Awards and Achievements

Awards and Achievements

  • The early 80s proved to be of great success for her. She released several single hit music albums that include “How Blue”, “Somebody should Leave” “New Fool At An Old Game”.
  • She was accolated with the Golden Globe Award for her character in the musical-comedy series.
  • Reba McEntire is accolated with several more than 90 awards for her successful movies and musical album. She got nominated for more than 200 times in different musical and film categories.

Reba McEntire Net Worth and Salary

Reba McEntire amassed her bank account through her multi-dimensional career. she has released about 33 of her musical albums that were sold worldwide. These musical albums helped her in gaining an appreciable amount of money in her bank account. She earned almost $2 million from her sitcom Reba, $1 million from “Reba: Duet”, $3,47,000 from “All the Women I Am”, and $3 million from “Read My Mind”. She earned an amount of $500,000 from her album “Keep On Loving You”, $1 million from album “Room to Breath”, and $1 million from “So Good Together”.

Reba McEntire net worth is roughly estimated to be $90 million. She bought herself luxurious cars, clothing, and expensive mansions. Before her divorce with Narvey, they bought a piece of land near Beverly Hills that worth an amount of 49 million in 2003. Later at the time of their divorce, they sold the mansion at around the cost of $22.5 million. She has further added net worth to her account through various brand endorsements and paid social media tasks.

She says, “To succeed in life you need three bones, a wishbone, a backbone, and a funnybone”.

Bottom Line

Though Reba was good at her work, still she worked hard to attain success. She didn’t achieve anything without working on it. All the accolades and money of her is a result of her hard work. Like other actors and singers, her life was not a bed of roses for her. Her complicated personal life was hard to manage.

But she went through it and faced all the hardships. She put her soul in her work. Her dedication and acting skills pleaded to her among the best actress of Hollywood. Moreover, she lost some of her band members in a plane crash accident in 1991. She was also supposed to travel along with her other companions in the same plane, but her sickness saved her life that night.

This was a major loss to her and it took her a long time to come out of this horrible situation. She has spent 43 years of her age in serving the music and film industry. Her passion and love for her work are still alive in her heart.

She says, “For me singing sad songs is often a way of healing a situation. It gets the hurt out in the open in the light, out of the darkness”.


Updated: January 28, 2021 — 1:32 pm