Stewart Copeland Net Worth

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Stewart Copeland net worth:
$80 Million

Stewart Copeland net worth: Stewart Copeland is an American musician who has a net worth of $80 million dollars. Born in Alexandria, Virginia, Stewart Copeland moved around quite a bit as child. He spent part of his childhood in Egypt and parts of the Middle East. In the mid-50s, his family settled in Beirut, Lebanon, and he attended an American school there, before moving to England, where he went to high school. He moved back to the United States for college, and subsequently graduated from UC Berkeley. He began studying percussion and drumming when he was in early teens, and after college, he took a job as a road manager for a British band. After a year as their road manager, however, he became their drummer instead. In the late 70s, he founded a band with Sting and Henry Padovani called The Police. The line-up for the police shifted soon after formation, with the departure of Henry Padovani, and the inclusion of Andy Summers. The group became one of the most famous bands of the 80s. In addition to his work with The Police, he released a number of singles under the name Clark Kent, and has become a very successful soundtrack composer, while also drumming for multiple bands.

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Stewart Copeland Net Worth

Stewart Copeland

Musician
Date of Birth
Jul 16, 1952
Profession
Musician, Composer, Film Score Composer, Singer, Actor, Drummer
Nationality
United States of America
Height
6 ft 1 in (1.87 m)
Nicknames
Stewart Armstrong Copeland, Kinetic Kid, Klark Kent
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