Fred Durst Net Worth: Fred Durst is an American musician and director who has a net worth of $20 million dollars. Fred Durst was born William Frederick Durst in 1970 in Gastonia, North Carolina. While growing up, he started breakdancing, rapping, and DJ'ing. He did not successfully complete boot camp with the U.S. Navy, so he started taking odd jobs to pay the bills and worked with a few different bands. In 1994, he and a few others formed the band Limp Bizkit, and they were eventually invited to tour with Korn. The band's debut album, "Three Dollar Bill", released in 1997, with Durst as the group's vocalist. Two years later, the band released "Significant Other" and later "Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water", both of which were commercially successful. Since then, he has released six studio albums with Limp Bizkit. The band attracted negative publicity when violent riots and sexual assaults broke out following their performance at Woodstock '99. Two years later, a teenager died when the band's fans rushed the stage, and though Durst testified that he warned concert organizers about a lack of security, the coroner found Durst was irresponsible when he took the stage. In 2006, Durst began a film career while the band was on a break. He co-starred in "Population 436" and made his directorial debut with 2007's "The Education of Charlie Banks", before the band reunited in 2009.
Fred Durst Net Worth
Date of Birth
Aug 20, 1970 (45 years old)
Singer, Actor, Songwriter, Film director, Businessperson, Guitarist, Rapper, Musician
United States of America
5 ft 7 in (1.72 m)
William Frederick Durst, Limp Bizkit, Fred, William Frederick "Fred" Durst, William Durst
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