Herb Alpert’s Children: Aria, Eden, And Dore Alpert

Herb Alpert’s Children

Herb Alpert is an American Musician best known as the trumpeter who led the band Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass in the 1960s. He is the co-founder of A&M Records. He is the recipient of many accolades, including a Tony Award and eight Grammy Awards, as well as the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award.

Even in 2013, Herb Alpert was awarded the National Medal of Arts by Barack Obama for his musical, philanthropic, and artistic contributions. He is an artist and philanthropist as well. He is an abstract expressionist painter and sculptor with group and solo exhibitions around the United States and Europe. Herb is also the father of three children.

Who Are Herb Alpert’s Children?

The legendary trumpet player, Herb Alpert has three children. He was married to Sharon Mae Lubin from August 5, 1956, until they divorced on March 30, 1971. They had two children Dore Alpert and Eden Alpert. Speaking of his first marriage, Herb told the Guardian: “I got married when I was 21. At the time, I’d been drafted and was playing with the Sixth Army band in San Francisco’s Presidio.”

“I was also working part-time in a gym, and tried my hand at acting for a while, but that didn’t work out. I was too young to get married, as evidenced by my getting divorced. I probably didn’t understand what was expected of me at that age. Then I got famous and started touring the world, so I wasn’t around much.”

Herb Alpert and his wife Lani Hall

After the divorce, Herb Alpert married American singer, lyricist, and author Lani Hall. They have a daughter, Aria Alpert. Herb said of his second marriage: “When I got married the second time, I felt very lucky. Lani is my dream girl. We have been married for 42 years now and had a child together.”

Herb Alpert’s Son Dore Alpert Is A Private Person

Dore Alpert is the son of Herb Alpert and his first wife, Sharon Mae Lubin. His full date of birth is unknown but, according to his father’s Wikipedia page, he was born in the year 1960. He will be 63 years old in 2023. He has worked as an additional crew in a few films. Dore worked as an additional crew in “Wizards of the Demon Sword” and “One Crazy Summer”.

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Dore Alpert has lived a private life and prefers not to share information about himself with the public. According to his father Herb Alpert, Dore doesn’t like the limelight. Herb said: “My son Dore doesn’t like the limelight, so he runs apartments.” It is unknown if Dore is currently married or not. He has not been involved in any public drama or controversy.

Herb’s Daughter Eden Alpert Is An Actress, Philanthropist, and Businesswoman

Eden Alpert is the daughter of Herb Alpert and his first wife Sharon Mae Lubin. Eden was born in 1966. She will be celebrating her 57th birthday in 2023. She studied at FIDM in Los Angeles and moved to Chicago, where she earned her degree in fashion. She is an actress, writer, and producer, per her IMDb profile.

Eden Alpert has appeared in “The Brentwood Connection”, “Haunting of the Innocent”, and “A Mini Movie”. She served as the co-producer and writer of A Mini Movie. She appeared as herself in Herb Alpert Is… Eden revealed that “one of my first jobs was with a music publishing company.”

Eden Alpert worked at California Pizza Kitchen, their first locale in Chicago. She manages her father Herb Alpert’s restaurant and jazz club in Bel Air. She is a partner at Vibrato Grill Jazz. Eden said that “my father finally realized his vision of opening a place where local musicians could perform that had also had wonderful food, a sexy warm ambiance with the absolute best acoustics.”

“Herb Alpert’s Vibrato Grill & Jazz in Bel Air was built by a musician for musicians. When the doors opened, I was the hostess.” She also said “one night my father pulled me aside and told me that he loved the way I worked the room and made every guest feel like a VIP. It was then that he asked me to be his managing partner. My love of the restaurant business, combined with my love of music makes this truly my happy place.”

Eden Alpert said she also has a passion for “philanthropy, specifically dedicated to cancer research, health, education, and family services. In that, I sit on four non-profit boards: the Concern Foundation, Vista Del Mar, OmniPeace Foundation and the Alesia Alpert Foundation. I was raised that if you have the means, you must give back. If I can make one small difference before I leave this planet, I will feel like I’ve truly accomplished my mission — a mission passed on me by my father.”

Eden Alpert is the wife of Brian Anastasio. They have been married since October 20, 2018. She revealed that she has “a lot to be grateful for — my wonderful husband, Brian. My daughter Kylie. And my incredible parents Herb and Lani for whom I am constantly motivated to live the best life that they taught me to live.”

Aria Alpert Is Herb Alpert’s Daughter From His Second Marriage

Aria Alpert Adjani is the daughter of Herb Alpert and his second wife Lani Hall. Aria was born in July 1975, which means she is 48 years old as of 2023. She is an actress and writer. She played Kasey in Sparkle and Charm, Cole in Gamblin’, Waitress in Super Troopers, and Violet in Things Behind the Sun.

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Aria Alpert also played roles in Head Games, Everlast, Possible Side Effects, The Smell of Success, and Freud’s Magic Powder. She was cast as Melissa Gunther in an episode of the TV series Mercy. She played Sara Tilden in an episode of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. She appeared as herself in Heads Up: The Disappearing Art of Vaginal Breech Delivery and Herb Alpert Is…

Aria Alpert portrayed Rosalind Franklin in Anna Ziegler’s award-winning play Photograph 51 at the Fountain Theatre in Hollywood, CA. According to her website, Aria is a “mother of two, actress, snarky storyteller, and writer that thrives on finding the humorous comedic flair everyday life brings and bitches about it to whoever listens. For this past decade, my proverbial kitchen (and bathroom) became my oasis, refuge, and stage.”

“But now, a decade later, I have popped out of the bubble of motherhood, and getting back to work in my 40’s. Good thing too. I never liked being the ingénue.”

Ruth Kai Botchway

Ruth Kai Botchway is a Senior Editor at Dicytrends.com. She is a graduate of All Stars Media College (2021) with a Diploma in Journalism and Media Studies. With more than two years experience in Journalism, she has served as an intern at Accra FM and worked with Green TV and Ashiaman TV. She worked as a Maritime Journalist/ influencer, producing Port and Maritime agenda initially aired on Ashiaman TV. You can reach her via email: Ruthbotch1912@gmail.com

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