How rich is Julian Lennon?
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|Birth date:||April 8, 1963|
|Birth place:||Liverpool, United Kingdom|
|Height:||5' 8" (1.73 m)|
|Profession:||Singer, Musician, Writer, Singer-songwriter, Record producer, Guitarist, Actor, Film Score Composer|
|Parents:||Cynthia Lennon, John Lennon|
|Siblings:||Sean Lennon, Kyoko Chan Cox|
|Nominations:||Grammy Award for Best New Artist, MTV Video Music Award for Best New Artist, Too Late for Goodbyes, Valotte, Saltwater|
|Movies:||David Copperfield, Hail! Hail! Rock 'n' Roll|
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Julian Lennon is an extremely talented British musician, singer, songwriter, writer as well as a photographer. Julian Lennon is the son of John Lennonof The Beatles. His net worth stands in a cool $40 million at now. Lennon has made his riches from his music career as a singer and songwriter. He has added to his riches drastically by appearing in pictures, providing voice in animated pictures and finally through his photography exhibitions. He has also produced a documentary “Whaledreamers”.
Julian Lennon Net Worth $40 Million
Julian started his music career in age 11. His debut album, “Valotte” was launched in 1984. It went to become a huge success. In fact, it was even nominated for the Grammy Awards. Julian is believed to have directly inspired three Beatles tunes. His second record wasn’t taken well by the critics. Nevertheless it nevertheless made it to the #32 position on the Billboard magazine’s record chart. Lennon has appeared in many of films like The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus, Cannes Man, Imagine: John Lennon, and some others. Julian provided the voice in the animated movie “David Copperfield” and also in the animated special “The Actual Story of I am a Little Teapot”.
Julian Lennon is an active philanthropist. He’s active along with his White Feather Foundation and Whaledreamers Organization. These organizations promote the coexistence of all species and well being. Julian loves photography. In September 2010, he arranged a photography exhibit of 35 pictures which was called “Eternal: The Photography of Julian Lennon”.