Murray Cook is an Australian vocalist, songwriter and guitarist and has a net worth of $1.2 million. Murray Cook earned his net worth as a songwriter, guitarist and vocalist. He is best known as one of the founding members of the children's band The Wiggles. He is also a regular guest on the Australian TV show Spicks and Specks, with his good friend, host Adam Hills. He played the guitar in the late '80s bands Transistor and Finger Guns before joining the Sydney-based band Bang Shang a Lang. He continued to play for this band in Sydney, when not on tour with The Wiggles. When things did not work out in the music field for him, he returned to college and studied early childhood education at Macquarie University, where he met Anthony Field and Greg Page and formed The Wiggles. He is a member of the Wiggles, and he wears a red shirt and serves as an instrumentalist and vocalist. The Wiggles song "Georgia's Song" was written for daughter Georgia when she was a baby. His children Georgia and Hamish can be seen in several Wiggles videos. He has an obsession with playing the guitar and thinks that if it inspires kids to play guitar later on that would be great. His favorite Wiggles song is, "'Play your guitar with Murray". In 2008, he was named "the sixth best guitarist in Australia". He owns a collection of thirty vintage guitars. Onstage, he uses the Australian made Maton Mastersound 500 guitar. His nickname which is "Muzz", came up with The Wiggles' signature index finger-wagging move after watching professional bowlers do the move on television. He was made a Member of the Order of Australia on 26 January 2010 for service to the arts. Murray Cook was born on June 30th, 1960 in Cowra, New South Wales.