Patty Smyth Net Worth

Patty Smyth Net Worth:
$100 Million
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Patty Smyth net worth: Patty Smyth, not to be confused with Patti Smith, is an American singer and songwriter who has a net worth of $100 million. That is a combined net worth with her husband John McEnroe. Patty Smyth was born in New York, New York in June 1957. She was the singer of the band Scandal before becoming a solo act. Scandal formed in 1981 and released their self-titled EP in 1982 which reached #39 in the US. They released the album Warrior in 1984 which reached #17 in the US. Their single "The Warrior" reached #1 on the US Mainstream Rock chart and in Canada as well as #7 on the US Hot 100 chart. Patty Smyth released her solo debut album Never Enough in 1987 which reached #66 in the US and her self-titled album in 1992 which reached #47 in the US. She also released the album Come On December in 2015. Patty Smyth's single "Sometimes Love Just Ain't Enough" (with Don Henley) reached #1 on the US Adult Contemporary chart and in Canada and #2 in the US. Patty has been married to retired tennis player John McEnroe since 1997.

Real Estate Assets: John and Patty own several extremely valuable homes in Malibu. In 2015 they spent $21 million to buy an oceanfront home in Malibu's uber-exclusive Paradise Cove. John previously owned Johnny Carson's Malibu home. John and Patty own around $50 million worth of real estate in Los Angeles. In 1999 they spent $4.2 million on a two-acre estate in Southhampton.

Patty Smyth Net Worth

Patty Smyth

Net Worth:$100 Million
Date of Birth:Jun 26, 1957 (64 years old)
Gender:Female
Profession:Singer, Songwriter, Singer-songwriter
Nationality:United States of America
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