Sheryn Regis Net Worth


Sheryn Regis’s net worth is estimated at $1 Million – $5 Million.
Sheryn Regis was born on 26 November, 1980 in Filipino, is a Filipino actress and musician. Find out about the life of this billionaire, including Sheryn Regis’s net worth, age, family, dating life, salary, and assets.

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Age 41 years old
Zodiac Sign Sagittarius
Born 26 November 1980
Birthday 26 November
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Nationality Filipino

What is Sheryn Regis’s net worth?

Sheryn Regis’s net worth has been growing in 2020-2021.Sheryn Regis is 41 years old and has a net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.

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She also sang Sabihin Mo Sa Akin, the theme from ABS-CBN’s fantaserye, Kampanerang Kuba.


In January 2014, she again visited the Philippines. Sheryn was invited as guest to several TV shows like Sunday All Stars, Unang Hirit and Banana Nite and as a guest judge in It’s Showtime. In her interview in Umagang Kay Ganda, she mentioned that she will only stay up to May.

Sheryn was also invited as a guest performer in Rachelle Ann Go’s send-off concert in February 2014. Rachelle together with Sheryn and Jimmy Marquez sang Lady Marmalade. Other guests include Mark Bautista, Christian Bautista, Erik Santos and Regine Velasquez.

In celebration of Solaire Resort & Casino’s first anniversary, A Celebration with the Champions was held in March 2014. Sheryn was part of the concert together with Mark Bautista, fellow Star in a Million contestants Erik Santos and Christian Bautista, The Voice of the Philippines finalists Morissette Amon and Klarisse de Guzman, and finally American Idol (Season 11) finalists Jessica Sanchez and Hollie Cavanagh. Sheryn sang a medley of her hits during her solo performance. Moreover, she was part of a trio performance along with Klarisse and Morissette.

On April 2014, she had a concert in Al Nasr Leisureland, Dubai with the Star Power grand champion, Angeline Quinto. The concert is named as “A Night with the Ultimate Divas” which was produced by Prolife Events: Concert Producers & Promoters and was presented by Power Horse Energy Drink.

In celebration of Mother’s Day, Sheryn as well as Jon “Prince of Broadway” Joven had a concert entitled “A Mother’s Day to Remember: Concert of World Class Performers” at the Pacific Star Resort & Spa, May 9, 2014.

In June 2014, PLDT US Mobility sponsored a concert for Filipinos in California entitled Freedom Concert Tour as part of the 116th Philippine Independence Day. Part of the concert was Sheryn as well as other Filipino artists and celebrities namely Marian Rivera, Ogie Alcasid, Regine Velasquez, Alden Richards, Jonalyn Viray, Sheryn Regis, Allan K, Giselle Sanchez and Jannelle So. Part of the proceeds were donated for the relief and rehabilitation efforts of the Philippine Disaster Recovery Foundation.


When Sheryn came back in the Philippines in January 2013, she appeared in Bandila under the segment Ikaw Na! of Boy Abunda. Further, she became a consistent guest singer in the TV5 show, Wowowillie. It was also in 2013 when Sheryn released a digital single entitled “Sinungaling Mong Puso” which was composed by Mr. Vehnee Saturno.


Sheryn and her husband Earl Echiverri migrated to the United States with their child in 2010 and settled in Houston, Texas.


Sheryn as well as Pinoy Dream Academy Season 2 winner Laarni Lozada became part of Ronnie Liang’s concert, My Ballad, My Music where it was reported that Ronnie’s talent fee will proceed to the Aeta people in Angeles, Pampanga. It was held November 2009 the Metro Bar.


Early 2008, Sheryn released her third and final single from the album, Sayang na Sayang, a cover of the Manilyn Reynes original. By end of February, the music video for the single was shot with her Love Spell costar and Be Bench finalist, John James Uy, as the leading man.

Early 2008, Sheryn Regis was chosen to be part of the cast of Utoy with Dolphy and Makisig Morales as main stars. However, the teleserye was not aired due to unknown reason.

In May 2008, she was part of Erik Santos’ US Tour. John Prats, Liza Manalo, Denise Laurel, and Pooh were also guests in the concert.


In October 2007, Sheryn was given her first major dual acting role as a fairy godmother and an evil witch who are twin sisters in Love Spell’s Cindyrella, starring Kim Chiu and Gerald Anderson. Sheryn expressed her excitement as she is given the opportunity to dabble into acting and use her past experience in theater. The series ran through early January 2008.


By April 2006, she released the last single from her second album, Dahil Nagmamahal and was chosen as a theme song of Bernadette Sembrano’s Nagmamahal, Kapamilya.

On October 2006, Sheryn began recording for her third album under Star Records. The album was set to release on November 20, 2006. Her first single off the album was a cover of a Leah Navarro original, Ang Pag-Ibig Kong Ito.


In July 2005, Sheryn launched her second album, “Sheryn Regis, What I Do Best.”

After the success of her carrier single, she launched her second single by late 2005, Hindi Ko Kayang Iwan Ka. It was chosen as the ‘love theme song’ of ABS-CBN’s television series, Gulong ng Palad. Aside from this, her love song, Sa Piling Mo was aired as a wedding song on the same show.

Sheryn launched The Little Voice Foundation during Sheryn’s birthday concert on November 26, 2005, at the SM Megamall Cinema 10. It aims is to provide education to poor children between 5–12.She also engaged in clothing line business which located in different malls in the Philippines. Some of earnings were put on her business.


In 2003, Regis secured a place as grand finalist in ABS-CBN’s reality singing competition Star in a Million after advancing from the elimination rounds with Teresa Garcia. Dubbed as the “Power Belter” because of her effortless high notes, Regis was a judge favorite and was the only finalist to never place in the bottom two during the entire season. She placed consistently in the top performances every week, eventually reaching the Grand Champion Night on January 3, 2004 with Marinel Santos and Erik Santos. Regis won the Texter’s Choice Award but placed only as a runner-up after singing Wendy Moten’s Come in Out of the Rain. Disheartened by not winning the 1-million peso and house and lot prizes, Regis returned to Cebu thinking she would have to start over again, but was instead offered a recording contract with Star Records and released a recording of Come in Out of the Rain, which became an instant hit and Regis’ signature song.

In 2004, Regis was chosen by popular songwriter Vehnee Saturno to represent the Philippines in Voice of Asia in Kazakhstan where she sang “Isang Lahi”, “Sana’y ‘Di Pangarap”, “Now More Than Ever” and Saturno’s original song “Follow your Dream”. She became the third Filipino to win the 2 Prize Silver Trophy after Jed Madela and Arnee Hidalgo. Upon returning, Regis was given a title, Crystal Voice of Asia by the local media, a common tradition among Filipino singers.

On May 2004, Regis officially launched her debut album under Star Records entitled Come in Out of the Rain, produced by Jonathan Manahan. The album included her previous pieces Follow Your Dream and Among Gabayan.

In November 2004, Sheryn became part of Viva Concerts’ Pinoy Idols: Battle of the Popstars which was held at the Araneta Coliseum. Along with her was Raymond Manalo, Christian Bautista, Mark Bautista, Rachelle Ann Go, Frenchie Dy and Sarah Geronimo. In her solo performance, she performed a medley of her hits, Kailan Kaya, Maybe and Come on in ouf of the Rain. It was said that the concert was sold out.


Sheryn worked as a lounge singer at the Cebu Plaza Hotel where she met Earl Echiverri (cousin of Caloocan City mayor Enrico Echiverri). They married in 2002 and had their first child Lourdes the following year.

Regis first appeared in television running noontime show Eat Bulaga’s Sing-Eat in 2002 where she became a grand finalist.


Aside from singing in contests, Sheryn earned income by offering voice lessons to children while in high school. She finished her B.S. Secondary Education degree with a major in English at Cebu Normal University. It was during her college years that she was exposed to theater acting and chorale singing which eventually gave her the chance to travel and perform for Filipino communities in Canada and in the USA. Veteran actors Leo Martinez and Gina Alajar served as her workshop mentors. In 1999, she was awarded “Best Interpreter” at the Cebu Metro Pop Music Festival (a songwriting festival), when she sang “Among Gabayan” (Our Guide), a Cebuano tribute song to Cebu’s patron Sto. Niño written by Fr. Jed Ponce Billones. Their entry was also hailed as the Grand Prize winner.


Sheryn Mae Poncardas Regis (/r ɛ ˈ h iː z / reh-HEEZ ; born November 26, 1980) is a Filipino pop singer-songwriter, host, entrepreneur and occasional actress. She rose to fame during the first season of the singing competition Star in a Million where she placed runner-up to Erik Santos in 2003.


Regis was awarded by the 21st Year-Ender Excellence Awards as Top Entertainer International Achievement Awardee and Best Female Performer in Asia Pacific and highly nominated in the 18th Awit Awards. She was also nominated in four other categories for her debut album, Best Inspirational Song (“Follow Your Dream”), Best Regional Recording (“Among Gabayan”), Best Song Written for Movie/TV/Stage Play (“Kailan Kaya”) and Best Concert Performer in an Intimate Venue Female.

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