Marilyn Manson Net Worth
He is an American songwriter, music video director, singer, record producer, actor, visual artist, and former music journalist. His net worth is estimated $25 million dollars, as of 2020, according to Celebrity Net Worth.
Marilyn Manson Personal Information:
Born Name: Brian Hugh Warner
Nick Name: Marilyn
Date of Birth: January 05, 1969
Sun Sign: Capricorn
Born Place: Canton, Ohio, United States
Residence: Marilyn lives in a Spanish style mansion with goth vibes in Hollywood Hills, California.
Education: He studied at the Heritage Christian School from the first grade to the tenth grade. Marilyn then went to the GlenOak High School and graduated in 1987.
He got admission at the Broward Community College in Fort Lauderdale to pursue a degree in journalism in 1990.
Occupation: Songwriter, Singer, Musician, Composer, Actor, Author, Music journalist, Painter.
Religion: He went with his mother to the Episcopal Church by growing up. He was also joined in a Catholic school.
On the other side, as an adult, he is a member of the Church of Satan, which is an infamous atheist organization. In fact, he has been ordained to the church.
Marilyn Manson Family
Father: Hugh Angus Warner
Mother: Barbara Warner Wyer
Siblings: He is the only child.
Others: John/Jack Angus Warner (Paternal Grandfather), Beatrice Frank (Paternal Grandmother), Allie Dee Wyer (Maternal Grandfather), Blanche Pearl Jones (Maternal Grandmother)
Manager: He is represented by Tony Ciulla from Los Angeles based Ciulla Management.
Genre: Industrial rock, Alternative metal, Hard rock, Glam rock
Labels: Nothing, Hell, etc., Cooking Vinyl, Loma Vista, Caroline International, Dine Alone Records.
Brand Endorsements: Marilyn hasn’t done endorsement work for any brand.
Race / Ethnicity: White (He owns German, Irish, and English ancestry.)
Marilyn Manson Body Stats:
Height: 6 ft 1 in or 185 cm
Weight: 82 kg or 181 lbs
Hair Color: Black
Eye Color: Hazel
Sexual Orientation: Straight
- Often wears a black eyeliner
- Wears a heavy makeup
- Bizarre dressing style
- Weird and over the top music videos
Marilyn Manson Girlfriend / Spouse / Dated:
Missi Romero (1992-1997)
Jenna Jameson (1997)
Rose McGowan (1997-2001)
Dita Von Teese (2001-2006)
Evan Rachel Wood (2006-2010)
CariDee English (2010)
Esmé Bianco (2010-2011)
Lindsay Usich (2010-2015)
Peaches Geldof (2011)
Lana Del Rey (2012)
Marilyn Manson Favorite Things:
Item in Makeup Bag: Black Eyeliner
Most Treasured Possession: His bedroom walls (because he has written his lyrics all over the walls) or Hitler’s coat hanger
Movie: Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory
He was born Brian Hugh Warner on January 5, 1969 in Canton, Ohio, United States. He is professionally known as Marilyn Manson who mainly brings lyrics in a melodic fashion, even though he always enhances his vocal register by using a number of extended vocal techniques like screaming, vocal fry, growling and crooning.
He is an American songwriter, visual artist, singer, record producer, actor, music video director, and former music journalist. Manson as controversial stage persona and image earned considerable fame all around the globe.
As the lead singer, he represented the band of the same name, which he co-founded along with guitarist Daisy Berkowitz in 1989. His stage name was shaped by mingling and juxtaposing the names of two opposing American cultural icons such as actress Marilyn Monroe and criminal Charles Manson.
He became famous after releasing his music in the 1990s, while his recognition went valuable after the albums Antichrist Superstar and Mechanical Animals that achieved him a status in mainstream media as a controversial figure and negative influence on young people when merged with his public image.
Manson’s three of the band’s albums have been awarded platinum status in just United States, although three more attained gold. On the other side, the band has had eight releases debut in the top 10, as well as two No. 1 albums.
Hit Parader ranked Manson at number 44 on the list of the “Top 100 Heavy Metal Vocalists,” alongside his band, earned nominations for four Grammy Awards. As an actor, he started his film career with David Lynch’s Lost Highway (1997).
Since then, Manson has seen performing in a range of minor roles including cameo roles. In Michael Moore’s political documentary, he was questioned about gun violence, Bowling for Columbine, discussing possible motivations for the 1999 Columbine massacre, after media rumor that the shooters were keen fans of Manson’s music; he refused accusations that his music was a contributory factor.
Manson’s first art show “The Golden Age of Grotesque” was held in September 2002 at the Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions center. He made public Genealogies of Pain, a series of 20 paintings at a 2010 exhibition at Kunsthalle gallery in Vienna on which he teamed up with Lynch.