Who is Sarah Urie?
Sarah Orzechowski was born on 23 February 1987, in Detroit, Michigan, USA, and is an esthetician as well as a health enthusiast, but probably better known for being the wife of singer Brendon Urie. Her husband is the lead vocalist of the band called Panic! At the Disco, and is the only remaining original member of the band.
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The Riches of Sarah Urie
Most of Sarah’s potential wealth comes from the success of her husband Brendon, who has a net worth estimated to be over $8 million. He’s released numerous successful singles and tracks during his career, and shows no signs of stopping any time soon.
Early Life and Career
Sarah grew up in a middle class family and has siblings though has not shared any specific details about them. She had a strong interest towards skin care and beauty at a young age, which she would pursue later on. She loved using skin products, and would eventually learn more about other beauty products in the market.
She met Brendon Urie soon after the beginning of his career with Panic! At the Disco in 2004, and they have been together for a long time. Since their marriage, she’s often seen working and promoting projects alongside her husband. The two promote mental health awareness and treatment, with Urie being diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivy Disorder (ADHD) when he was younger. She has also made statements that she is an esthetician, and used the fame she’s acquired to promote various products as well as gain sponsorships from companies she enjoys. She often tours with her husband, and supports him from the background
Husband – Brendon Urie
Brendon Boyd Urie was born in Utah, though his family later moved to Las Vegas, Nevada where grew up alongside four siblings. He is of Hawaiian descent, but was raised in a Latter Day Saints family, although left the religion due to his disbelief in their ideologies. He attended Palo Verde High School , where he met future band member Brent Wilson in his guitar class. To help earn extra income, he worked part time at a smoothie café and sang for customers to gain tips.
The band he joined would become Panic! At the Disco – he was initially a replacement guitarist. He was later assigned to become the lead singer after the band became impressed with his vocal abilities. It wasn’t long until the band attracted the attention of major labels, and they released their first album called “A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out” in 2005, which contained the hit “I Write Sins Not Tragedies”. The album was highly successful, leading to a sophomore release three years later called “Pretty. Odd.” which now contained a few tracks he had written, including “I Have Friends in Holy Spaces”.
Brendon Urie’s Latter Career
Brendon is also responsible for the track “New Perspective” which became part of the soundtrack of the film “Jennifer’s Body”. In 2011, the band released their third album entitled “Vices & Virtues”, following the departure of two of their original members. They continued to make music, leading to another album two years later entitled “Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die!”, which debuted at second spot of the Billboard 200. He won an Alternative Press Music Award for Best Vocalist the following year.
In 2015, the remaining original members of the band left, leaving Brendon as the only original member of the lineup, with many of his compatriots only touring members. The following year, their fifth studio album was released entitled “Death of a Bachelor” which would become their first number one album One of his latest releases is called “Pray For the Wicked” which was accompanied by a tour and the release of several new singles. Aside from his music with Panic! At the Disco, he also does songwriting work for theatrical productions and has performed in several of them. He also collaborated with Taylor Swift for the single “Me!” which was released in 2019.
Sarah met Brendon Urie during one of their shows, though only for a brief moment. She was very close to the band Paramore, having previously been in a relationship with their bassist. After eight months, Sarah was reintroduced to Brendon thanks to Paramore lead vocalist Hayley Williams. The two began dating, and the song “Sarah Smiles” – which is a part of the album “Vices & Virtues” – was inspired by her. They became engaged in 2011, and married two years later. The couple have so far shown no signs of wanting to have any children.
Prior to their marriage, Brendon was noted to be a pansexual, and experimented with men several times. However, he later clarified that he is straight though he is not opposed to gender, because he likes to focus more on the person rather than the label. The couple resided in Los Angeles for a time, though they later had to move to an undisclosed location, after fans discovered where they live and kept bothering them. They are very public about their support when it comes to mental health issues, with Brendon enjoying being open about his struggles with his fans. His vocal ability is said to span four octaves, with a vast range and a versatile tone. He has shown his voice’s capability in singles that divert from the usual tracks his band does.