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Net Worth:
$750 Thousand
Sep 17, 1975 (48 years old)
6 ft 2 in (1.9 m)
Singer, Actor, Musician
United States of America
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Constantine Maroulis is an American actor and rock singer who has a net worth of $750 thousand. Constantine Maroulis obtained his net worth by being the lead vocalist of the group Pray for the Soul of Betty and coming in 6th place on American Idol. Born to Greek-American parents in Brooklyn in 1975, Maroulis showed his interest in music at the age of 5, while at the age of 11 he was already taking trumpet lessons. In his New Jersey home (where his family had moved), he grew up along with various sounds of music, from Frank Sinatra to Guns N' Roses. It was in 1999, when Constantine joined Boston Conservatory of Music, receiving a degree in musical theater three years later. Soon enough he became an apprentice at the Williamstown Theater Company, where he grabbed director's attention and thus landed the part of AIDS-stricken musician Roger Davis in the international production of Rent.

At the time, he was also the singing lead for the band Pray for the Soul of Betty. In 2005, he was among the chosen contestants for the fourth season of the popular reality television series American Idol. He ended up as the sixth-place finalist on the show, in which he wooed and wowed fans with his good looks and rock-star attitude. Prior to making a name for himself as an American Idol favorite, Maroulis competed on the dating show elimiDATE (syndicated, 2001-06) and starred as an extra on the crime drama Law & Order (NBC, 1990-2010). After more theater stints and a recurring role on the soap opera The Bold and the Beautiful, he saw the release of his debut album, Constantine, in August of 2007.

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