Yoko Ono Net Worth, Bio, Age, Height, Religion, Education, Family

Yoko Ono Net Worth, Bio, Age, Height, Religion, Education, Family

Yoko Ono Net Worth and Salary

Yoko Ono net worth is estimated to be $650 million and she earns over $70 million as salary annually and her net worth accumulated due to the success in her career as an actress, singer, songwriter and activist.

Who is Yoko Ono?

Yoko Ono is a Japanese artiste, songwriter, singer, actress and peace activist and she is famously known for her 2001 feminist concept album titled Blueprint for a Sunrise and her 2007 album titled Yes, I’m a witch and she has also starred in movies such as Isle of Dogs, Imagine, Flipside and Let it Be.

Biography, Early Life and Education

Yoko Ono was born on the 18th of February, 1933 in Tokyo, Japan and she was born to her parents named Isoko Ono and Eisuke Ono, she grew up with a younger brother named Keisuke, who was born in December, 1936, after discovering her talent, Ono’s parents enrolled her at a Piano class at the age of 4, Yoko and her family later relocated to New York City in 1940 and in 1941, she moved to Hanoi.

She attended a Christian Primary School and while the World War II went on, she remained in Tokyo, she later enrolled at the Gakushuin University with the intention of graduating with a Bachelors degree in Philosophy and she was also the first female to enter the department but she never graduated.

Movies and Career

Yoko Ono has released a lot of discographies and they include; Yoko Ono/Plastic Ono Band in 1970, Fly in 1971, Approximately Infinite Universe in 1973, Feeling the Space in 1973, Season of Glass in 1981, It’s Alright (I See Rainbows) in 1982, Starpeace in 1985, Rising in 1996, A Story in 1997, Blueprint for a sunrise in 2001, Between My Head and the Sky in 2009, Take me to the Land of the Hell in 2013, Warzone in 2018, she also worked with John Lennon to release solos such as Unfinished Music No. 1: Two Virgins in 1968, Unfinished Music No. 2: Life With the Lions in 1969, Wedding Album in 1969, Live Peace in Toronto in 1969, Some Time in New York City in 1972, Double Fantasy in 1980, Heart Play: Unfinished Dialogue in 1983, Milk and Honey in 1984 and many more.

She has also written books and monographs such as Grapefruit in 1964, Summer of 1980 in 1983, The John Lennon Family Albums in 1990, Instruction Paintings in 1995, YES YOKO ONO in 2000, Odyssey of a Cockroach in 2005, Imagine Yoko in 2005, Memories of John Lennon in 2005, Acorn in 2013 and she has also directed in videos such as Cut Piece in 1965, Eye Blink in 1966, Bottoms in 1966, Match in 1966, Film No. 4 in 1967, Two Virgins in 1968, Self-Portrait in 1969, Bed Peace in 1969, Honeymoon in 1969, Apotheosis in 1970, Making of Fly in 1970, Erection in 1971, Sisters, O Sisters in 1971, Imagine in 1972, Blueprint for the Sunrise in 2000 and many more.

Ono has also starred in films such as Let it Be in 1970, Imagine in 1971, Flipside in 1972, Mad About You in 1995, Isle of Dogs in 2018 and many more.

Awards and Nominations

In 1982, Yoko Ono won the international album of the year at the Juno Awards and in 1982, she also won the album of the year at the Grammy Awards, in 2001, she won the best long form music video at the Grammy Awards, in 2009, she won the lifetime achievement award at the Golden Lion Awards, in 2010, she won the outstanding contribution award at the Glamour Awards, in 2013, she won the Digital Genius Award at the O Music Awards, in 2015, she won the lifetime achievement award at the Observer Ethical Awards, in 2016, she won the NME Inspiration Award at the NME Awards and over the years, she has won many more awards and also nominated for many more.


Yoko Ono and his family currently reside in Tokyo, Japan; she also resides in London, England and New York City, New York, United States of America.

Real Name

Yoko Ono’s real name is Ono Yoko.


Yoko Ono was born to a father named Yeisuke Ono and a mother named Isoko Ono, she grew up with a brother named Keisuke Ono and a sister named Setsuko Ono and she has two children, a son named Sean Lennon and a daughter named Kyoko Chan Cox.

First Husband and Marriages

Yoko Ono’s first husband was Toshi Ichiyanagi and they married in 1956 and divorced in 1962, she later married Anthony Cox in 1962, but the marriage was annulled in 1963 and they divorced in 1969, she then married John Lennon in 1960 but Lennon passed away in 1980.

Height, Weight and Personal Looks

Yoko Ono stands at a height of 5ft 9inches, she weighs 66kg, she is light skin colored, she has brown hair color and brown eye color.

House Location

Yoko Ono and her family members currently reside in Tokyo, Japan, London, England and New York City, New York, United States of America.

Zodiac Sign and Birthday

Yoko Ono was born on the 18th of February, 1933, therefore her zodiac sign is Aquarius and she celebrates her birthday on the 18th of February each year.

Social Media Presence

Ono has been active on social media for a while and as of recent, she has over 200,000 Twitter followers and she is also active on a host of other social media networks.

Controversies, rumors and legal issues

Since rising to fame in 1961, Ono hasn’t been linked to any known controversy, rumors and legal issues.

Nationality and Ethnicity

Yoko Ono is of Japanese nationality and she is of the Yasuda and Zaibatsu ethnicity, clan and descent.

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