Joni Mitchell Age, Net Worth, Husband, Family and Biography (Updated 2023)

Net Worth $100 Million
Name Joni Mitchell
Date of Birth 7 November 1943
Age 79 Years Old
Gender Female

Joni Mitchell Net Worth

$100 Million

Joni Mitchell aka Roberta Joan “Joni” Mitchell is a American-Canadian singer, songwriter and painter. As of 2023, Joni Mitchell’s net worth is $100 million. Her talent for singing is admired by many of her followers because of her lyrics, which are philosophical and mostly about social topics, romance, womanhood, a delusionary world, and joy.

Joni Mitchell Wiki/Biography

Born on 7 November 1943, Joni Mitchell’s age is 79 Years Old as of 2023. She was born and brought up in Fort Macleod, Alberta, Canada. Despite her birth in western Canada, Mitchell and her family moved to several places such as Saskatchewan, Maidstone and North Battleford due to the 2nd world war. She holds an American and Canadian nationality.

Joni Mitchell Childhood Pic

Name Joni Mitchell
Full Name Roberta Joan “Joni” Mitchell
Other Name Roberta Joan Mitchell and Joni Anderson
Net Worth $100 Million
Date of Birth 7 November 1943
Age 79 Years Old
Birth Place Fort Macleod, Alberta, Canada
Currently Live In Toronto, Ontario
Profession Singer, Songwriter and Painter
Debut Music Video: Song to a Seagull (1968)
Years Active 1964 – Present
Nationality American and Canadian
Religion Christian
Ethnicity Scottish and Irish
Hometown Fort Macleod, Alberta
Zodiac Sign Scorpio
School/High School Aden Bowman Collegiate, Saskatoon, Canada
College/University Alberta University of the Arts, Calgary, Canada

Family, Husband & Relationship 

Joni Mitchell’s Parents are Bill Anderson and Myrtle Marguerite. Her mother was Myrtle Marguerite, who was connected with Scottish and Irish culture due to her ancestral history.

Joni Mitchell’s Mother

In contrast, her father, Bill Anderson, belonged to Sami ancestry and was born in a Norwegian family.

Joni Mitchell with her Father

In addition, both of her parents used to work in their respective fields. While her mother was a teacher, her father was a Royal Canadian Air Force flight lieutenant by profession who used to give instructions to new pilots at RCAF Station Fort Macleod.

After World War II, they had no other option, so they left their well-settled life and moved to another city, taking Joni Mitchell with them. They moved to Saskatchewan, where Mitchell’s father started working as a grocer.

After witnessing the great depression, 2nd world war, and sudden financial crisis, they could not support Joni Mitchell in her passion as they found it unstable.

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