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Arlo Guthrie Net Worth $10 Million
Arlo Guthrie: singer, musician and also a songwriter, has an estimated net worth of $10 million. Guthrie has accumulated his wealth from several performances, especially as a vocalist and songwriter of Blues and Folk Music. “Alice’s Restaurant Massacree”, a tune about an incident in his life, is one of his most memorable songs which has earned him a strong celebrity status in the music industry. He’s appeared in several films for example the most popular “Renaldo and Clara” and “Roadside Prophets” among many others.
Arlo was born in Brooklyn, NY, to some folk singer and composer, Guthrie Woody, his dad, in 1947, and he carries on his legacy as a songwriter and singer. From the mid-1960s, Arlo was a feature in the American scene. During his shows, he told stories on events based on is life about a littering incident along with being rejected by the draft board. While his popularity peaked in the 1960s and early 70s, he is still busy recording and performing in his career. Outside music, he has also done occasional acting and has appeared in the ABC Show “Byrds of Paradise”.
Arlo Guthrie is a musician, vocalist and songwriter with a net worth of $10 million. Arlo Guthrie has collected his net worth through his many performances as singer and songwriter of folk music along with the blues, specifically, his protest songs. Among his most memorable tunes was Alice’s Restaurant Massacree. It is a song about an episode in Guthrie’s life that eventually inspired the making of the film “Alice’s Restaurant,” in which he played the role of himself. He has also appeared in several films for example “Renaldo and Clara,” “Roadside Prophets” and more, along with co starring in the ABC television series “Byrds of Paradise,” in 1993-94, and appearing in shows like “The Muppets,” “Renegade,” “Rich Man, Poor Man” and more. Guthrie has made a name for himself as a gifted songwriter, folk singer, musician and actor, in addition to the writer of a children’s book called “Mooses Come Walking.” It’s written in rhyme and designed for the ages two to six.
Arlo Guthrie was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1947. His parents were Woody and Marjorie Guthrie. Woody Guthrie was also a folk singer and songwriter and his mom was a dancer of the Martha Graham Company. Arlo’s sister, Nora Gurthie was victor of the Grammy Award for Best Historical Album in 2008. Arlo attended Woodward Elementary School in Clinton Hills, Brooklyn and graduated from Stockbridge Boarding School in 1965. Arlo also attended Rocky Mountain College for a brief time. Arlo Guthrie is married to Jackie and they have four children together. Their son Abe and daughters, Annie, Kathy and Sarah Lee are all involved in the music business as singers, songwriters and musicians.
|Birth date:||July 10, 1947|
|Birth place:||Coney Island, New York, United States|
|Height:||6' (1.83 m)|
|Profession:||Singer-songwriter, Actor, Composer|
|Education:||Woodward School in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn, Stockbridge School in Massachusetts, Rocky Mountain College, in Billings, Montana|
|Spouse:||Jackie Guthrie (1969- 2012 (1969- 2012), her death)|
|Children:||Sarah Lee Guthrie, Abe Guthrie, Annie Guthrie, Cathy Guthrie|
|Parents:||Woody Guthrie, Marjorie Mazia Guthrie|
|Siblings:||Nora Guthrie, Joady Guthrie|
|Awards:||Peace Abbey Courage of Conscience award (1992), Honorary Doctorate from Siena College (1981), Westfield State College (2008)|
|Record labels:||Warner Bros. Records, Rising Son Records, Koch Records|
|Nominations:||BAFTA Award for Best Film Music, Grammy Award for Best Musical Album for Children, Writers Guild of America Award for Best Original Drama, Alice's Restaurant Massacre, The City of New Orleans, Coming Into Los Angeles|
|Movies:||Alice's Restaurant (1969), Renaldo and Clara (1978), Baby's Storytime (1989), Roadside Prophets (1992)|
|TV shows:||Rich Man, Poor Man: Book 2 (1976), "Byrds of Paradise" (1994), Beat Club (1970), The Muppet Show, Baby's Storytime (1989), The Weavers: Wasn't That a Time (1982), Singing in the Shadow: The Children of Rock Royalty (2003)|