Brad Wilk Net Worth

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Brad Wilk net worth:
$20 Million

Brad Wilk net worth: Brad Wilk is an American musician, actor, and activist who has a net worth of $20 million. Brad Wilk was born in Portland, Oregon in September 1968. He is best known for being the drummer for the band Rage Against the Machine as well as the super group Audioslave. Rage Against the Machine formed in Los Angeles, CA in 1991. As of 2010 they had sold 16 million records worldwide. The band released their self-titled debut studio album in 1992 and it became 3x Platinum in the United States. Their second album Evil Empire was released in 1996 and reached #1 in the US, France, and Sweden. The band's 199 album The Battle of Los Angeles reached #1 in the US, Canada, and New Zealand. Their fourth album Renegades was released in 2000. Rage Against the Machine's best known single is "Bulls on Parade". Wilk was a part of the super group Audioslave which formed in 2001 as basically Rage ATM with Soundgarden's Chris Cornell on vocals. Their self-titled debut album was released in 2002 and was 3x Platinum in the US. Audioslave had success with their second and third albums Out of Exile and Revelations. Wilk played drums on Black Sabbath's album 13 and currently plays drums for the band on Late Night with Seth Meyers.

Brad Wilk Net Worth

Brad Wilk

Songwriter
Date of Birth
Sep 5, 1968 (48 years old)
Profession
Songwriter, Musician, Drummer, Actor, Activist, Percussionist
Nationality
United States of America
Nicknames
Wilk, Brad, Audioslave, Rage Against the Machine, The Nigthtwatchman
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