Lisa Presley is the daughter of the legendary singer Elvis Presley whose music album titled ‘To Whom It May Concern’ was given a gold status.
Lisa Marie Presley was born as the only daughter of Elvis Presley on 1st February, 1968 in Memphis, Tennessee. Her birth sign is Zodiac and she belongs to the white ethnicity. Lisa holds an American nationality. Not to mention, she was raised in a very wealthy and famous family. Following her parent’s divorce, she lived with her mother Priscilla Presley. Lisa inherited her father Elvis’ estate when he died which was worth $100 million.
When Lisa Presley was in high school, she decided to drop out and use drugs instead. At a mere age of seventeen, Lisa had to visit a rehab center to get her addiction cured. She met a musician Danny Keough at the rehab center and got married to him in 1988 aged only twenty. Lisa gave birth to two kids named Danielle Riley and Benjamin.
After six years of being together, the couple decided to split and it didn’t take her long to marry a legendary pop star Michael Jackson. Due to some personal issues, Lisa filed for a divorce in a few months only. After few years of staying single, Lisa got engaged to John Oszajca and broke off the engagement within a few days to date famous actor Nicolas Cage whom she married in 2002 and divorced three months later.
Belonging to a pedigree of established musicians and famous artists, it wasn’t a strenuous job for Lisa Presley to pursue a job in the same field. Somehow recovering from her drug addiction, Lisa found solace in music and decided to release her debut album titled ‘To Whom It May Concern’ in April 2003. To everyone’s surprise, Lisa’s very first album stood at No.5 on the Top 200 Billboards charts and even got certified as a gold album. Two years later, Lisa released her second album titled ‘Now what’ which stood at No.9 on the charts. This album too got a gold certification.
On public demand, Lisa Presley released a posthumous duet titled ‘In the Ghetto’ which featured her late father Elvis Presley. The fans loved the song so much that in no time it topped the iTunes and stood at No. 16 on the Billboard chart. All the earnings from this duet went to a Scientology charity. Lisa went on to release her third album ‘Storm and Grace’ in 2012.
Besides a career in music, Lisa Presley also is a trustee of the estate of Elvis Presley alongside her Priscilla Presley. The two are also trustees of the National Bank of Commerce. Despite all the name and fame that Lisa has today, she still hasn’t forgotten her roots and continues to have connections with the Apple School, Scientology and the Celebrity rehabilitation center. Thanks to the will left by Elvis Presley and Lisa’s own hard work in music, she has a net worth of $300 million today.