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Bill Wyman Wiki/Biography
William George Perks, better known as Bill Wyman, is a famous English film and record producer, musician, photographer, bassist, as well as a film score composer. Bill Wyman is perhaps best known as a bassist of the legendary “The Rolling Stones”, a rock band formed in 1962 that consisted of Brian Jones, Mick Jagger, Charlie Watts, Keith Richards and Ian Stewart. The band rose to prominence in 1964 with the release of their self-titled debut album. “Rolling Stones” then undertook major experimentation with musical styles and since their attempts were not fruitful, they came back to their roots with “Beggar’s Banquet”, and several years later, in 1972, came out with “Exile on Main St.”.
Bill Wyman Net Worth $80 Million
Even though it was initially criticized and given mixed reviews, this double album is considered to be the band’s greatest work to date and was even placed at #6 on the “Definitive 200” list compiled by the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. “Exile on Main St.” became a popular cultural icon and has been mentioned and referenced to in various media outlets. Since their creation, “The Rolling Stones” group has released 24 studio albums and has been inducted into both the UK Music Hall of Fame, as well as Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. A living legend, how rich is Bill Wyman then? According to sources, Bill Wyman’s net worth is estimated to be $80 million. Bill Wyman accumulated the majority of his wealth during his time spent with ‘The Rolling Stones”. Bill Wyman was born in 1936, in London, England. Wyman’s interest in music has been present ever since his childhood, when at the age of 10 he took up piano lessons, however later on he became interested in playing bass. When Wyman heard that a band that went under the name of “The Rolling Stones” needed a bass player, he immediately applied for the position and soon became a part of the group. In addition to his involvement in the legendary rock band, Wyman has been actively working on his own projects. In 1990, Wyman released an autobiographical book called “Stone Alone” and more than a decade later came out with another written work entitled “Rolling with the Stones”.
With a focus on music, Wyman started working on composing soundtracks for various movies, which include a sci-fi film “Green Ice”, “Terror at the Opera” directed by Dario Argento and “Phenomena”. Wyman has also appeared in front of the camera too and had a minor role in a film directed by Peter Richardson “Eat the Rich”. In 1997, Wyman founded a blues-rock band “Bill Wyman’s Rhythm Kings” with whom he has released five studio albums, one live album and two video albums. Wyman has been touring with the band ever since and in 2006, at the age of 70 undertook yet another live tour. More recently, Wyman has been performing at various public events and appeared alongside Led Zeppelin at their show in London. A legendary bassist and musician, Bill Wyman currently has a net worth that is estimated to amount to $80 million.
|Full Name||Bill Wyman's Rhythm Kings|
|Net Worth||$80 Million|
|Date Of Birth||October 24, 1936|
|Place Of Birth||Lewisham, London, United Kingdom|
|Height||5 ft 6 in (1.68 m)|
|Profession||Musician, Record producer, Inventor, Bandleader, Film Producer, Author, Photographer, Composer, Bassist, Film Score Composer|
|Spouse||Suzanne Accosta (m. 1993), Mandy Smith (m. 1989–1993), Diane Cory (m. 1959–1969)|
|Nicknames||William Perks , William George Perks , Billy Wyman's Rythym Kings , Lee Wyman|
|Music Groups||The Rolling Stones (1962 – 1993), Bill Wyman's Rhythm Kings|
|Barend en Van Dorp||2000||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|Barend en Van Dorp||2000||TV Series||Themselves - Musicians|
|Georgie Fame 60 år||2003||TV Movie||Themselves|