Sandra Silvestri is the wife of Alan Silvestri. They married in 1978. Couple own a vineyard, Silvestri Vineyards, in Carmel Valley, California. Duo has a daughter and two sons. A licensed pilot, he flies his own jet aircraft. Let’s find more about Sandra Silvestri, Alan Silvestri’s wife.
Who Is Sandra Silvestri?
Sandra Silvestri is a homemaker and often seen supporting her husband’s career. Silvestri is nominated for two Academy Awards: Best Original Song for “Believe” from the Polar Express OST and Best Original Score for Forrest Gump (1994).
He was also nominated for two Golden Globes: one for Best Song for The Polar Express and one for Best Score for Forrest Gump. In 1995, Silvestri was awarded an honorary doctorate in music by Berklee College of Music.
Sandra’s early life is not known. She came in limelight as the wife of Alan Silvestri who has won two Emmys, both for Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey – Outstanding Main Title Theme Music and Outstanding Music Composition for a Series for the episode “Standing Up in the Milky Way”.
For his music on the films Predator (1987), Back to the Future Part III (1989–1990), and Van Helsing (2004), he has been also honoured with three Saturn Awards for Best Music. At the annual film-music gala performance Hollywood in Vienna, on September 23, 2011, he was bestowed with the Max Steiner Film Music Achievement Award by the City of Vienna.
Sandra Silvestri Age
Sandra Silvestri’s age is 70 years old. She was born in 1953 in New York City, New York, U.S. Her husband, Alan Anthony Silvestri was born on March 26, 1950 and comes from Christian family.
How much is the net worth of Sandra Silvestri?
Sandra Silvestri’s exact net worth is not known. Her husband, Alan Silvestri’s net worth is estimated to be $94 million. His grandparents emigrated in 1909 from the Italian town of Castell’Alfero, and settled in Teaneck, New Jersey. He was raised in Teaneck and attended Teaneck High School, where he graduated in 1968. He spent two years as a student at Berklee College of Music. For a brief while in 1966, he played drums for the rock group The Wildcats, based in Teaneck.