Morrissey Net Worth

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Morrissey Net Worth:
$50 Million

Morrissey Net Worth: Morrissey is an English musician who has a net worth of $50 million. Morrissey first became famous by being the lead vocal singer to the rock band called The Smiths during the 1980s. He then had a very successful solo career. Born Steven Patrick Morrissey in 1959 in Lancashire. While with the Smiths, their self-titled debut album climbed to number two in the U.K. despite several lukewarm single releases. When the band broke up in 1987, Morrissey embarked on a solo career with his first album, "Viva Hate", in 1988 debuting at number one in the United Kingdom. Morrissey would go on to release ten top ten singles over the course of his solo career. He stopped recording music in 1998 and instead toured with Coachella and headlined his own world tour. Upon his return to the studio, he released his seventh album in 2004, which ranked at number two in the U.K. Morrissey has worked on ten albums since going solo, with his most recent coming in 2014. He is an outspoken political activist who made headlines and become the subject of a police investigation for commenting that former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher "can be destroyed". He also speaks out regularly in favor of animal rights, comparing the eating of animals with pedophilia. Morrissey has been romantically linked to both men and women throughout his career.

Morrissey Net Worth

Morrissey

Net Worth:$50 Million
Date of Birth:May 22, 1959 (62 years old)
Gender:Male
Height:5 ft 10 in (1.803 m)
Profession:Singer, Lyricist, Musician, Keyboard Player, Singer-songwriter, Songwriter
Nationality:England
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