Cindy Herron is an American actress and singer with a net worth of seven million. Cindy Herron came into this world in San Francisco, California in September 1961. Herron is best known as being a founding member of the R&B group En Vogue. She began to the cabaret scene in San Francisco and worked as a background vocalist for Tiggi Clay. Herron appeared in the musical revue Showtune and was called Miss San Francisco 1986 and finished second Runner Up in the 1986 Miss California Pageant. She was also named Miss Black California. As an actress she appeared in the motion pictures Juice, Batman Forever, and Lexie. En Vogue formed in 1989 in Oakland, California. The team has won additional MTV Video Music Awards compared to every other female group, with 7. They've also won 5 Soul Train Awards and 6 American Music Awards as well as being nominated for 7 Grammy Awards. Billboard magazine mentioned En Vogue as the 18th best action of the 1990s. They've released 6 studio albums plus their 1992 album Funky Divas reached #1 on the US R&B chart as well as #8 on the Billboard 200. The album was also certified 3x Platinum in the US. The group's most popular hits include "Hold On", "My Lovin' (You're Never Gonna Get It)", "Giving Him Something He is able to Feel", "Free The Mind" of yours, "Whatta Man", "Don't Let Go (Love)", & "Whatever".
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