Ragheb Alama Net Worth, Bio, Religion, Real Name, Salary, Son, Siblings

Ragheb Alama Net Worth, Bio, Religion, Real Name, Salary, Son, Siblings

Facts about Ragheb Alama

Net Worth  $4 million
Salary  Over $300 thousand annually
Income Source  Singer, dancer, philanthropist, television personality and composer
Birthday  June 7, 1962
Wife  Ragheb Sobhi Alama
Religion  Islam
Real Name  Ragheb Sobhi Alama
Kids  Khaled Alama (Son), Luay Alama (Son) and Sara Alama (Daughter)
Siblings  Mohammad Alama (Brother), Ahmad Alama (Brother), Khoder Alama (Brother), Hassan Alama (Brother), Sabiha Alama (Sister), Rima Alama (Sister) and Lina Alama (Sister)
Height  5 ft 9 inches
Weight  86 kg
Nationality  Lebanese
Ethnicity  Arab
Residence  Beirut, Lebanon

Ragheb Alama Biography and Early Life

Ragheb Alama is a Lebanese singer, dancer, philanthropist, television personality and composer. He was born Ragheb Sobhi Alama on June 7, 1962 in Ghoubeiry, Beirut, Lebanon and he was raised there. He was born to his parents named Sobhi Alama (Father) and Wafiqa Alama (Mother). He grew up with seven siblings named Mohammad Alama (Brother), Ahmad Alama (Brother), Khoder Alama (Brother), Hassan Alama (Brother), Sabiha Alama (Sister), Rima Alama (Sister) and Lina Alama (Sister).

Ragheb Alama Net Worth

Ragheb Alama net worth is estimated to be $4 million. He earns over $300 thousand as salary annually. His net worth and salary amassed due to the success in his career as a singer, dancer, philanthropist, television personality and composer.

Ragheb Alama Career

Alama began playing musical instruments at the age of ten and at that age, he began to participate in radio competitions to showcase his talents. In 2000, he released a project titled Betgheeb Betrouh with singer Elissa. In 2003, he released Tab Leh which means Oh Why?. In 2004, he released El Hob el Kebeer (The Great Love). In 2006, he took part in the pro-celebrity Formula One Race which held in Bahrain. In 2008, he released Baa’Sha’ak and in 2010, he released an album titled Seneen Rayha. In 2011, he became the head of jury for the MBC show titled Arab Idol. Over the years, Alama has been endorsed by well known brands such as Hublot, United Nations, Starbucks, Mercedes-Benz, Samsung, Personl, The Pearl-Qatar, Malaysia Airlines, Middle East Airlines and many more. In 2015, he was the jury of The X Factor alongside Elissa and Donia Samir Ghanem. Some of his other albums include; Habeeb Dehkati (2014), Starz V.1 (2010), Pump up the jam (1996), Ya Hayati (1993) and more.

Ragheb Alama Wife

Ragheb Alama is married to his wife named Jihan al-Ali. They got married in 1996. He was previously married to a woman named Randa Zaka.

Ragheb Alama Religion

Ragheb Alama practices Islam as religion. He is a Muslim.

Ragheb Alama Real Name

Ragheb Alama’s real name is Ragheb Sobhi Alama.

Ragheb Alama Kids

Ragheb Alama has three kids named Khaled Alama (Son), Luay Alama (Son) and Sara Alama (Daughter).

Ragheb Alama Siblings

Ragheb Alama grew up with seven siblings named Mohammad Alama (Brother), Ahmad Alama (Brother), Khoder Alama (Brother), Hassan Alama (Brother), Sabiha Alama (Sister), Rima Alama (Sister) and Lina Alama (Sister).

Ragheb Alama Height and Weight

Ragheb Alama stands at a height of 5 ft 9 inches. He weighs 86 kg.

Ragheb Alama Nationality and Ethnicity

Ragheb Alama is of Lebanese nationality. He is of Arab ethnicity and descent.

Ragheb Alama Residence

Ragheb Alama resides in Beirut, Lebanon.

Ragheb Alama Education (High School and College)

Ragheb Alama is a High School and College graduate.

Social Media Presence

Alama has over 500 thousand Twitter followers, over 100 thousand Twitter followers, over 600 thousand Instagram followers and he is also active on other social media networks.

Controversies, rumours and legal issues

Since coming to limelight as a singer, dancer, philanthropist, television personality and composer, Alama hasn’t been linked to any known controversy, rumours and legal issues.

About Chukwuka Ubani 1155 Articles
Chukwuka Ubani is a passionate writer, he loves writing about people and he is a student of Computer Engineering. His favorite book is Half of a Yellow Sun by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.