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Net Worth:
$20 Million
Date of Birth:
Jul 30, 1997 (26 years old)
Place of Birth:
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
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Finneas O'Connell is an American singer, songwriter, record producer, musician, and actor who has a net worth of $20 million. Finneas O'Connell best known for his musical collaborations with his sister Billie Eilish. Together, they have won numerous Grammy Awards, including two consecutive Grammys for Record of the Year in 2020 and 2021. As an actor, O'Connell played the role of Alistair in the final season of the Fox television series "Glee" and starred opposite his mother in the independent film "Life Inside Out."

Early Life

Finneas O'Connell was born on July 30, 1997 in Los Angeles, California to actor Patrick O'Connell and actress and screenwriter Maggie Baird. Both parents are also musicians. He is of Scottish and Irish ancestry, and his sister is Billie Eilish. When O'Connell was 12, he took a songwriting class with his mother and started creating his own songs.

Collaborations with Billie Eilish

Originally, O'Connell wrote and produced the song "Ocean Eyes" for his band. However, he ended up giving it to Eilish instead, and the duo subsequently posted it on SoundCloud to great acclaim. Eventually, O'Connell helped his sister land a contract with the company Platoon. He went on to co-write and produce her 2017 debut EP, "Don't Smile at Me," which made it to number 14 on the Billboard 200. O'Connell and Eilish had even greater success with their next album, 2019's "When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?," which debuted at number one in both the US and UK. Moreover, it won O'Connell six Grammy Awards, including Album of the Year; Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical; and Record of the Year for the hit single "Bad Guy."

In 2021, O'Connell and Eilish each won second consecutive Grammys for Record of the Year for the standalone single "Everything I Wanted." The duo's next album was "Happier Than Ever," another number-one hit on the Billboard 200. O'Connell received three Grammy nominations for the album, but didn't win any. Among their other notable collaborations, O'Connell and Eilish wrote the Oscar- and Grammy-winning James Bond theme song "No Time to Die" for the eponymous film.


Solo Career

O'Connell began his solo career in 2016 with his debut solo single, "New Girl." In the years after that, he released such singles as "I'm in Love Without You," "Break My Heart Again," "Heaven," "Landmine," "College," and "Luck Pusher." O'Connell released his debut EP, "Blood Harmony," in 2019; it launched the singles "I Lost a Friend," "Shelter," and "I Don't Miss You At All." The following year, he released the singles "What They'll Say About Us" and "Can't Wait to Be Dead." In 2021, O'Connell came out with his debut studio album, "Optimist."

Other Music Contributions

Beyond his collaborations with his sister, O'Connell has made contributions to many other artists' works. In 2019, he produced Selena Gomez's number-one hit single "Lose You to Love Me"; produced two tracks on Camila Cabello's album "Romance"; and produced Ashe's song "Moral of the Story." O'Connell reunited with Ashe in 2021 for the song "Till Forever Falls Apart," which O'Connell both produced and helped write. Also that year, he served as a producer on the Grammy-nominated Justin Bieber album "Justice," and contributed backing vocals to Ringo Starr's EP "Zoom In."

O'Connell has also composed scores for some films. In 2021, he created the score for the teen drama "The Fallout," starring Jenna Ortega and Maddie Ziegler. The next year, O'Connell composed the score for the black comedy "Vengeance," written, directed by, and starring B. J. Novak.

Acting Career

O'Connell made his professional acting debut in 2011, playing a student in the comedy film "Bad Teacher." Two years later, he co-starred with his mom in the independent drama "Life Inside Out." O'Connell went on to land some roles on television, including in two episodes of the ABC sitcom "Modern Family"; four episodes of the final season of the Fox musical dramedy "Glee"; and two episodes of the NBC period crime drama "Aquarius." In 2022, O'Connell lent his voice to the Pixar animated film "Turning Red" as one of the members of the fictional boy band 4*Town.

Personal Life

Based in his hometown of Los Angeles, O'Connell has been dating YouTuber Claudia Sulewski since 2018.

Raised as a vegetarian, O'Connell has since become a vegan.

Real Estate

In 2019 Finneas paid $2.7 million for a mansion in LA's Los Feliz neighborhood.

In September 2020 he paid $5.2 million for an oceanfront home in Malibu.

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