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Carole Bayer Sager, an artist and author, hails from the US.
She was born to Anita and Eli Bayer, and was raised in New York City. Among her studies at New York University are English, theater arts, and speech.
During her studies in New York City at the New York City High School of Music & Art, Toni Wine co-wrote her first pop hit, 'A Groovy Kind of Love'. The Mind Benders, a British band, recorded the song and their version became a worldwide hit, making it to the second position on the Billboard Hot 100.
Sonny & Cher, Petula Clark, and Phil Collins all sang versions of this track, with Phil Collins' version for the 1988 film 'Buster' reaching #1. She also had a singing career that included the #1 hit 'You're Moving Out Today' in 1977 in Australia.
There is no conclusive information available as to how much her net worth is. But it is expected to be an attractive figure as Carole Bayer Sager has had a successful career as a songwriter and lyricist.
No available data regarding her annual earnings is presently available.
There is no conclusive information available as to the details of Carole Bayer Sager's height and other body measurements.
As of 2022, American lyricist Carole Bayer Sager is 75 years of age.
Caroline Bayer Sager, a New York University alumna who was born in Manhattan in 1947, celebrates her birthday on March 8. At New York University, Bayer Sager majored in English, theater arts, and speech. The Mind Benders made her first pop hit, a tune that she co-wrote with Toni Wine.
Carole Bayer Sager married and divorced Burt Bacharach and Andrew Sager before marrying Robert Anthony Daly, her third husband. As of July 2022, she lives with her current husband, Robert Daley, and five dogs in their Los Angeles home. With her second husband, Burt Bacharach, she has an adopted son named Cristopher Elton Bacharach.
Carole Bayer Sager is best known for her work in music, vocalization, and composition, which includes an Academy Award for the Best Song (Best Original Song) in the 1981 movie 'Arthur', a Grammy Award, an induction into the prestigious Songwriters Hall of Fame, Two Golden Globe Awards, and many more.
She and her husband, Bob Daly, helped DonorChoose.org achieve its first two years of operations in Los Angeles. Getting teachers to advertise assignments for which they require funding and allowing donors to choose how to support these assignments is the goal of DonorChoose.org. When Carole Bayer Sager and her husband Bob began their partnership in 2005, the curriculum was available in five cities. It's since expanded to the entire country.
The theme song from the movie 'Arthur' called 'Best That You Can Do' won her an Academy Award for Best Song (Best Original Song). By collaborating with Bacharach, she co-wrote 'That's What Friends Are For'. She won a Grammy Award for Rod Stewart's song cover, which became a hit in 1987, and was simultaneously inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame.
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