Bill Wyman Net Worth

How much is Bill Wyman Worth?

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Bill Wyman Net Worth:
$80 Million

Bill Wyman net worth: Billy Wyman is an English musician, record producer, and singer-songwriter who has a net worth of $80 million. Bill Wyman is notable for being the bassist for the Rolling Stones Rock Band, as well as his own band Bill Wyman's Rhythm Kings and as a composer of films and records. Wyman was born William George Perks in Lewisham, London, England in October 1936. He is best known for being the bass player for the Rolling Stones. He was hired to play bass for the Stones in 1962 and also provided background vocals. Wyman has kept a journal since he was a child and he used it to write his autobiography Stone Alone in 1990 and his book Rolling with the Stones in 2002. He left the group after their 1989-90 tours and the decision was announced in 1993. He was replaced in the band by Darryl Jones. In 1997 he formed Bill Wyman's Rhythm Kings. The band has recorded five studio and one live albums. He was married in 1959 and divorced in 1969. At the age of 52 Wyman married Many Smith who was 18. They had been dating since he was 47 and she was 13 and the relationship garnered media attention. They divorced in 1993 and Wyman married Suzanne Acosta. Bill Wyman also has released four solo albums spanning from 1974 to 1992. He designed the Bill Wyman signature metal detector and owns the Sticky Fingers Café.

Bill Wyman Net Worth

Bill Wyman

Net Worth:$80 Million
Date of Birth:Oct 24, 1936 (84 years old)
Height:5 ft 6 in (1.68 m)
Profession:Musician, Record producer, Inventor, Bandleader, Film Producer, Author, Photographer, Composer, Bassist, Film Score Composer
Nationality:United Kingdom
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