How rich is Mick Jagger?


How rich is Mick Jagger?

Mick Jagger Net Worth:
$360 Million

Mick Jagger Net Worth:

Mick Jagger Net Worth $360 Million

Mick Jagger — Picture: Kronos. Mick Jagger has had a tremendous and successful career in the music business that has spanned more than five decades. He’s among the very iconic figures in Rock and Roll music. Jagger was in the well-known group The Rolling Stones. Their first authentic performance was in 1962 and by 1964; they were the hottest group in all the UK. The Rocks had a long life but in the 1980s, Jagger started to perform alone onstage. He released 4 solo albums that have been named She Is the Boss, Primitive Cool, Wandering Spirit and Goddess in the Doorway. Jagger enlarged his ability and did some movie work too. Jagger is hailed as an amazing performer who actually performs for each person in the crowd. He was inducted to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1989.

So, how much is $360 Million Dollars actually? If Mick Jagger wished to give away all of his cash, he could possess an excellent effect on the lives of the 7,000 residents of the City of London, England. Those people who are too young to have driving privileges would have to put away the autos for later in life. This will be a godsend to a lot of the town ‘s residents. It’d be truly wonderful to have Mick present all the people who have high end automobiles.

Birth date: July 26, 1943
Birth place: Dartford, United Kingdom
Height:5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
Profession: Singer, Musician, Record producer, Songwriter, Actor, Film Producer, Film Score Composer, Screenwriter
Education: London School of Economics and Political Science, Maypole County Primary School, Dartford Grammar School, Wentworth County Junior School, Dancing in the Street, Just Another Night, Old Habits Die Hard
Nationality: England
Spouse: Bianca Jagger (m. 1971–1979)
Children: Georgia May Jagger, Jade Jagger, Elizabeth Jagger
Parents: Eva Ensley Mary Scutts, Basil Fanshawe Jagger, Dancing in the Street, Just Another Night, Old Habits Die Hard
Siblings: Chris Jagger
Awards: Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song, Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Song, MTV Video Music Award for Best Overall Performance, World Soundtrack Award for Best Original Song Written Directly for a Film, NME Award for New Disc Singer, Las Vegas Film Critics Society Award for Best Song, Dancing in the Street, Just Another Night, Old Habits Die Hard
Music groups: The Rolling Stones (Since 1962), SuperHeavy (2011)
Nominations: Grammy Award for Best Rock Song, Brit Award for British Single, Grammy Award for Best Music Film, Grammy Award for Best Male Rock Vocal Performance, Brit Award for British Video, Satellite Award for Best Original Song, Satellite Award for Best Original Score, Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Documentary Or Nonfiction Special, NME Award for World Male Singer, NME Award for British Male Singer, NME Award for World Musical Personality, NME Award for British Vocal Personality, Dancing in the Street, Just Another Night, Old Habits Die Hard
Movies: Get on Up, Freejack, Ned Kelly, Performance, The Man from Elysian Fields, Crossfire Hurricane, Enigma, The Rutles, Being Mick, Burden of Dreams, The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus, Stones in Exile, The Women, Stones at the Max, Ladies and Gentlemen: The Rolling Stones, Mr. Dynamite: The Rise of James Brown, Running Out of Luck, Bent, The London Rock and Roll Show, Video Rewind, The Rutles 2: Can't Buy Me Lunch, The Best of Tina Turner: Celebrate!, 50 Watt Fuse, Blame It on the Night, Cucumber Castle, Rock of Ages: An Unauthorized Story on the Rolling Stones, The Rolling Stones: Satisfaction: Interviews, The Rolling Stones: In Performance, The Rolling Stones: Under Review: 1967-1969, The Rolling Stones: 1963-1969: Music in Review, The Rolling Stones: On the Rock Trail, The World's Greatest Albums: The Rolling Stones: Big Hits - High Tide and Green Grass, 10. Alibi, 9. Rock and Roll Queen, 8. E.A.B.

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