Peaches is a well-known Canadian singer-songwriter, actress, director, rapper, and record producer, among other things. Peaches is a multi-talented public personality.

How old is Peaches?

Peaches was born on November 11, 1966, and she is currently 54 years old. Merrill Nisker’s full name is Merrill Nisker, but she is better known as Peaches, her stage name. She was born in Ontario to a Jewish family. She later attended a private Jewish school.

Peaches was a class clown who “wasn’t particularly smart.” Peaches revealed that she was interested in creative performance. However, she found it difficult because everything was so regimented. She revealed this information to Kitty Empire of The Observer.

Peaches’ family was culturally Jewish but not religious. Peaches’ maternal grandparents immigrated to Canada from Ustrzyki Dolne, Poland. Similarly, her paternal grandparents were from Galicia, which is now Ukraine.

Peaches revealed that she was subjected to antisemitism as a child in an interview with URB magazine. She also revealed that on her way home from school, students from a nearby Catholic school would throw stones at Peaches and even call her a “dirty Jew.”

Peaches has a brother and a sister. Suri Nisker, her sister, died recently in November 2020. On November 26, 2020, she expressed gratitude for the opportunity for both she and her mother to spend two weeks with her and for her brother’s presence with her sister during the initial stages of COVID-19 for her cancer treatments. Furthermore, her mother’s name is Noreen Nisker. She also has a niece named Cole Yaverbaum and a nephew who goes by the handle @Space914 on Instagram.

How much is Peaches’s Net Worth?

Peaches’ net worth is estimated to be around $3 million.

How tall is Peaches?

Peaches is approximately 1.73 meters (5 feet 7 inches) tall and weighs around 55 kgs. Similarly, her chest-waist-hip measurements are 34-28-37 inches. She also has dirty-blonde hair and green eyes.

Is Peaches single?

Peaches is bisexual. The singer has mentioned @blckcrckr aka Black Cracker as her quarantine and life partner. Both lovers frequently post photos of each other on their respective social media accounts.

Career line of Peaches

  • Peaches is a professional musician, producer, director, visual artist, and performance artist. She officially began her musical career in the 1990s as a member of the folk trio Mermaid Cafe. Peaches formed the Shit, a rock band, in 1995.
  • Peaches also released her first solo album, Fancypants Hoodlum, the same year. Peaches signed with the Kitty-Yo label after moving to Berlin, Germany, and released her second album, The Teaches of Peaches, in 2000. Peaches also toured as an opening act for a number of bands and artists.
  • This also includes Marilyn Manson and Queens of the Stone Age. Following this, Peaches released her third album, Fatherfucker, in 2003.
  • Songs by the popular singer have appeared in films such as Mean Girls, Waiting…, Jackass Number Two, My Little Eye, Drive Angry, and Lost in Translation. Peaches’ music has also been featured on TV shows such as Orphan Black, Lost Girl, The L Word, South Park, Skam, The Handmaid’s Tale, 30 Rock, True Blood, Fresh Meat, Full Frontal with Samantha Bee, The Boys, and Letterkenn.
  • Peaches’ songs have also been used to promote Dirt. The well-known singer also sang backup vocals for a number of other artists. Some of them can be found on Pink’s album Try This, on the song Oh My God; on Chicks on Speed’s album 99 Cents, on the song We Don’t Play Guitars; on Christina Aguilera’s 2010 album Bionic, on the song My Girls; and on Major Lazer’s 2013 album Free the Universe, on the song Scare Me.
  • Peaches debuted her first institutional solo art exhibition, Whose Jizz Is This?, at the Kunstverein in Hamburg from August 9 to October 20, 2019. She took a daring and unexpected approach to the topics of sex, feminism, queerness, gender, and new millennium politics. Peaches then describes her WJIT performance as a “deconstructed musical in 14 scenes.”
  • Peaches includes the “Fleshies,” who have renamed themselves as such to rewrite their narrative, break away from humans and human interactions, and do away with words like sex toys and masturbators in their quest for sexual equality amongst themselves.
  • The singer also cites John Waters, Cindy Sherman, Paul McCarthy, and the films Tron, Grease, Liquid Sky, and Phantom of the Paradise as influences for the visuals in her live shows.
  • Peaches’ music is mostly about gender identity, and she frequently plays with traditional notions of gender role representation. Peaches’ lyrics and live performances purposefully blur the line between male and female. For example, Peaches appears with a full beard on the cover of her album Fatherfucker. When asked if she chose the title for shock value, Peaches replied:
  • Motherfucker’s gone. You call everyone a motherfucker, including your mother. It’s a strong and intense word. Instead of shying away from it, I thought I’d highlight the fact that we’re using the word motherfucker in a very mainstream way.
  • The singer rejects accusations of “penis envy,” preferring the term “hermaphrodite envy.” She does so because “we all have a lot of male and female in us.”
  • In recent years, another recurring theme in Peaches’ music has been “age.” The lyrics of several songs on her 2009 album I Feel Cream deal with the subject of age. Trick or Treat, Show Stopped, and Mommy Complex are a few examples of such songs. The famous singer has also criticized ageism directed at her.
  • She told the New York Daily News: