Vince Neil Net Worth
He is an American rock star who has been the lead vocalist of heavy metal for music group Mötley Crüe. Vince Neil has net worth of $50 million, as of 2019, according to Celebrity Net Worth.
Vincent Neil Personal Information:
Born Name: Vincent Neil Wharton
Nick Name: Vince
Sun Sign: Aquarius
Date of Birth: February 08, 1961
Born Place: Hollywood, California, United States
Education: He attended the Sunflower Intermediate School and then went Royal Oak High School.
Vincent Neil Family:
Father: Clois “Odie” Wharton
Mother: Shirley (née Ortiz)
Spouse / Wife: Heidi Mark (m. 2000–2001), Sharise Ruddell (m. 1987–1993), Beth Lynn (m. 1981–1985)
Children: Skylar Lynnae Neil, Neil Jason Wharton, Elizabeth Ashley Wharton.
Manager: Neil is represented by Tenth Street Entertainment, Music Artist Management Company, Los Angeles, California, United States.
Race / Ethnicity: Multiracial (White and Hispanic)
Distinctive Features: Bearded Jaw
Vincent Neil Body Stats:
Height: 5 ft 9 in or 175 cm
Weight: 95 kg or 209.5 lbs
Hair Color: Blonde
Eye Color: Hazel
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Vince Neil Girlfriend / Spouse / Dated:
Beth Lyn (1981-1985)
Sharise Ruddell (1987-1993)
Tori Spelling (1992)
Vanessa Marcil (1992)
Christy Turlington (1993)
Shannen Doherty (1993)
Heidi Mark (1993-2001)
Lia Gerardini (2005-2010)
He was born Vincent Neil Wharton on February 8, 1961 in Hollywood, California, United States. She is an American musician, who better known as the lead vocalist of heavy metal band Mötley Crüe that he co-founded in 1981.
He is son of the Shirley and Clois “Odie” Wharton, while Neil emerged performing with his band Rock Candy in 1979, and associated with Mötley Crüe in 1981. He was the friend of Tommy Lee in high school, while was seeking a lead vocalist at the time and they founded Neil better option after hearing him through Lee.
Mötley Crüe released its first album titled “Too Fast for Love,” in 1981 including other hit releases throughout the decades such Shout at the Devil in 1983, 1985’s Theatre of Pain, hit Girls, Girls, Girls, in 1987 and their highest-selling album entitled “Dr. Feelgood” in 1989 establishing the quartet as one of the biggest hard rock-metal bands of the ’80s.
The band next release was first compilation album Decade of Decadence 81-91, and here starts Mötley Crüe’s quit to Vince Neil in February 1992.
After split to the music band, Neil decided to work on his solo career, and released “Exposed,” his first solo album was released in 1993.
The album listed at number 13 on the Billboard charts, while the album contained members like Steve Stevens as bass and guitar tracks on “Exposed”, Robbie Crane, Dave Marshall, and Vik Foxx. They all eventually went on tour, opening for Van Halen.
He has been released three albums as a solo artist so far whereas he has been top headline against his turbulent personal life with multiple arrests and convictions, as well as one for vehicular manslaughter.