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Jack Johnson Wiki/Biography
Jack Johnson is a famous American film director, singer, businessman, professional surfer, as well as a record producer. Jack Johnson rose to fame in 2001, when he released his debut studio album entitled “Brushfire Fairytales”. Even though Johnson had no intentions of becoming a singer, the album brought him moderate commercial success in the music industry. “Brushfire Fairytales” featured such songs as “Flake”, “Drink the Water” and “Middle Man”, sold more than one million records in the United States alone, and gained him a Platinum certification from the RIAA. After the success of his first album, Jack Johnson went on to release five more studio albums, the most recent being “From Here to Now to You”, which came out in 2013. In addition to topping music charts and selling more than 117,000 copies during its debut week, Jackson’s 6th studio attempt spawned such singles as “I Got You”, “Radiate” and “Shot Reverse Shot”.
Jack Johnson Net Worth $16 Million
Not only a talented singer, Jack Johnson is also known for his on-screen appearances. Jackson made his acting debut in the 1999 film called “Nice Guys Sleep Alone”, where he portrayed a character of Woody. A year later, he was featured in a documentary surf film entitled “Thicker than Water”, which he co-directed with Chris Malloy and Emmett Malloy. Jackson’s contributions to music industry had been acknowledged with ESPN Action, Sports & Music Awards, a Brit Award for International Breakthrough Artist, as well as Billboard Touring Awards.
A famous singer and an actor, how rich is Jack Johnson? According to sources, Jack Johnson’s net worth is estimated to be $16 million, the majority of which has undoubtedly come from his involvement in the entertainment industry.
Jack Johnson was born in 1975, in Oahu, Hawaii, where he attended Kahuku High School, and continued his studies at the University of California, where he received a bachelor’s degree in Film Studies. Ever since his childhood, Johnson had been interested in surfing, which he took up when he was five years old. By the time he was 17, Johnson was already competing in the Billabong Pipeline Masters surfing event. Johnson’s surfing career was put on hold shortly afterwards, when he injured himself during an event. After that, he decided to pursue a career in singing and songwriting. Johnson’s first major accomplishment was contributing vocals to “G. Love’s & Special Sauce” song called “Rodeo Clowns”, which appeared in their fourth studio album entitled “Philadelphonic”.
When Jackson caught the attention of J. P. Plunier, a producer who worked with Ben Harper, he received an opportunity to release his own album shortly afterwards. Following the success of his debut album, Jack Johnson released “On and On”, his second studio album, which received a Platinum certification from the RIAA and topped music charts around the world. Later Johnson came out with “In Between Dreams”, which was certified double Platinum.
|Net Worth||$16 Million|
|Date Of Birth||May 18, 1975|
|Place Of Birth||North Shore, Honolulu County, Hawaii, United States|
|Height||5 ft 10 in (1.8 m)|
|Profession||Singer-songwriter, Film director, Musician, Guitarist, Surfer, Businessperson|
|Nationality||United States of America|
|Spouse||Kim Johnson (m. 2000)|
|Nicknames||Jack Hody Johnson , Jack of all Trades|
|Take Me Home||2011||performer: "You're Gonna Make Me Cry" / writer: "You're Gonna Make Me Cry"|
|The Yellow Handkerchief||2008||writer: "Just Wanna Be My Friend"|
|Reservation Road||2007||performer: "You Said You Loved Me" / writer: "You Said You Loved Me"|
|Black Snake Moan||2006||performer: "Jack's Blues", "Catfish Medley" / writer: "Jack's Blues"|
|Deep Blues||1992||Documentary score music|
|The Living Blues||2003||TV Movie documentary||Himself|