How rich is Buddy Guy?

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How rich is George "Buddy" Guy?

George "Buddy" Guy Net Worth:
$2 Million

George "Buddy" Guy Net Worth:

James D'Arcy (born Simon Richard D'Arcy; 24 August 1975) is an English actor. He is best known for his portrayals of Howard Stark's butler, Edwin Jarvis, in the Marvel Entertainment and ABC series, Agent Carter, and murder suspect Lee Ashworth in the second season of the ITV series Broadchurch.
Birth date: July 30, 1936
Birth place: Lettsworth, Louisiana, United States
Profession: American blues guitarist, singer
Education: London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art
Nationality: American
Spouse: Vani Ganapathy
Children: Shawnna
Parents: Isabell Guy, Sam Guy, Mustang Sally, Damn Right I've Got the Blues, First Time I Met the Blues, Chicago, IL, United States
Siblings: Phil Guy, Sam Guy, Jr., Fannie Mae Guy, Annie Mae Guy, Mustang Sally, Damn Right I've Got the Blues, First Time I Met the Blues, Chicago, IL, United States
Awards: Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Grammy Awards for Best Contemporary Blues Album, Guitar Center’s Hollywood Rockwalk (1996), National Medal of Arts, Billboard Magazine’s Century Award (2004), Louisiana Music Hall of Fame
Record labels: Cobra Records, Chess Records, Silvertone Records
Music groups: Buddy Guy’s Legends
Nominations: Grammy Award for Best American Roots Performance
Movies: Chicago, IL, United States, In the Electric Mist, Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead, Buddy Guy Live: The Real Deal, A Tribute to Stevie Ray Vaughan, B.B. King: Blues Summit, Festival Express, Muddy Waters: Messin' with the Blues, 10 Days Out: Blues from the Backroads, We Believe: Chicago and Its Cubs, Buddy Guy: Teachin' the Blues, Antone's Home of the Blues, Cheat You Fair: The Story of Maxwell Street, Experience Hendrix: Jimi Hendrix, Blues Story, Farm Aid: 20th Anniversary, The Best of the Jammys: Vol. 1, Chicago Blues Reunion: Buried Alive in the Blues, Last Man Standing Live, Blues Legends: Junior Wells: Live at Nightstage
TV shows: American Folk Blues Festival, “Supershow” (1969), "Let Me Love You Baby" - anniversary concert (2009)
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Source: Wikipedia

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