Mike Patton Net Worth

Mike Patton Net Worth 2023: Wiki Biography, Married, Family, Measurements, Height, Salary, Relationships

Mike Patton net worth is
$6.5 Million

Mike Patton Wiki Biography

Michael Allan Patton was born on the 27th January 1968 in Eureka, California, USA and a singer and composer. He is known for participation in various musical projects, especially with the rock band Faith No More. Patton founded the independent record label Ipecac Recordings in 1999. Patton has been active in the entertainment industry since 1985.

How much is the net worth of Mike Patton? It has been estimated by authoritative sources that the overall size of his wealth is as much as $6.5 million, as of the data reported in 2016. He earned his net worth through many engagements as follows musician, songwriter, actor and producer.

Mike Patton Net Worth $6.5 Million

In addition to being the frontman of Faith No More, Patton participated in projects like Mr. Bungle, Fantômas, Peeping Tom, Tomahawk and is still involved in side projects with John Zorn, Dan the Automator, Kool Keith, The X-Ecutioners, Team Sleep, Björk, Subtle, Rahzel, Amon Tobin, Eyvind Kang, Lovage and Kaada. He was one of the founders of Ipecac Recordings in 1999. Mike Patton is also known for the use of various styles and vocal techniques. His shows always have among others falsetto’s crossings as well as guttural voices. Because of his vocal talent, Patton is often referred to as Mr. 1000 Voices. In the middle of 2006, he released the album “Peeping Tom” together with several guest musicians like Norah Jones, Bebel Gilberto, Kid Koala, Doseone, Massive Attack, Odd Nosdam, Jel and Dub Trio. Talking about the band Faith no More, it has been active from 1979 to 1998. Together with the band Patton has released 6 successful albums. After more than 10 years apart, in early 2009, Mike Patton and the members of Faith No More gathered and announced the return of the band to the stage. As they say it is not exactly a return of the band, just a meeting for a European tour, but in addition to these 32 shows this European tour also included concerts in South America, including 4 performances in Brazil. Still in his solo career, Patton launched a collection of his very own interpretations of various Italian pop hits entitled “Mondo Cane” (2010). The repertoire surprised audiences and critics.

In addition to this, he produced the soundtrack for the films “A Perfect Place” (2008) and “Crank: High Voltage” (2009) and “The Solitude of Prime Numbers” (2010). He appeared as protagonist in the film “Firecracker” (2006) as well as lent his voice to the characters of several films including “I am a Legent’ (2007), “Metalocalypse” (2008) and “The Absence of Eddy Table” (2016).

To conclude, Michael Allan Patton is by far one of the most versatile and talented rock singers in the history. He is considered to be one of the most important artists in the rock history. Moreover, his path was divided into three parts: the Faith No More, the Mr. Bungle and projects of experimental rock as well as nowadays projects. Patton has created music which surpassed generations. For his idiosyncrasies, innovative and experimental ideas, he is often compared to artists like Frank Zappa and John Zorn.

Finally, the personal life of Mike Patton, the musician was married to the Italian artist Titi Zuccatosta from 1994 to 2001 and lived in Italy. There he learned a flawless Italian as well as spoke Portuguese and Spanish.

Full NameMike Patton
Net Worth$6.5 Million
Date Of BirthJanuary 27, 1968
Place Of BirthEureka, California, United States
Height1.74 m
ProfessionMusician, singer, songwriter, actor, record producer
EducationHumboldt State University
SpouseTiti Zuccatosta Patton (m. 1994–2001)
AwardsBest Vocalist in the 5th Annual Loudwire Music Awards (2015)
Record LabelsIpecac Recordings (1999),
Albums"Adult Themes for Voice" (1996), "Mit Gas" (2003), "Anonymous" (2007), "Oddfellows", "Taboo & Exile" (1999), "The Big Gundown" (2000), “Peeping Tom” (2006), “Mondo Cane” (2010), "Sol Invictus" 2015)
Music GroupsFaith No More (1979-1998), Mr. Bungle (1985 – 2000), Fantomas (1998-), Tomahawk (2000-), Peeping Tom (2000-), Lovage (2000-), Kaada/Patton , Naked City, Painkiller, Crudo, Hemophilac
NominationsIndependent Music Award for Best Song - Cover
Movies“A Perfect Place” (2008), “Crank: High Voltage” (2009), “The Solitude of Prime Numbers” (2010), “Firecracker” (2006),“I am a Legent’ (2007), “Metalocalypse” (2008), "The Place Beyond the Pines" (2012),“The Absence of Eddy Table” (2016)
TV Shows"Loveline" (2001), "Portal" (Valve Corporation's 2007), "Left 4 Dead", "Bionic Commando" (Capcom's 2009)
1Wide vocal range, ranging from low growls to wailing falsetto.
1All drummers want to be singers. I think it's a myth that the singer needs to be the focus. Bands perpetuate that myth. With somebody like Sebastian Bach it makes sense. Look at him. He could be in an Avon ad.
2Despite the aural onslaught, King (For A Day) is not an assault - I think it's us being us, more than anything. I think we finally had the resources to be us on this record.
3We just wanna be the happy bums that we are. That's all.
4I got one entire song from fortune cookies (Land of Sunshine). On another one, I took words from different Frank Sinatra songs and pasted them together. Another one, I was just driving around and there was a piece of paper on the ground, so I stole it.
5Oh, have you seen Beavis and Butt-Head when they watch one of our videos and Beavis goes: 'These guys sound just like the Chili Peppers?' As if I haven't heard that one before!
1Faith No More broke up in 1998, but has reunited and is currently touring. [June 2009]
2New album 'Mondo Cane' to be released on May 4th: containing Italian pop songs covers from the 50s and 60s. Sung with full orchestra arrangement by the 'Filarmonica Toscanini'. [April 2010]
3Currently doing the voice acting for the Capcom Video game Bionic Commando to be released on XBOX360. [January 2008]
4Did vocals for The Dillinger Escape Plan's 2002 EP "Irony Is A Dead Scene".
5Patton is a twentieth generation Native American.
6Now sings in the bands Tomahawk with Duane Denison (guitar, The Jesus Lizard), Kevin Rutmanis (bass, the Melvins) and John Stainer (drums, Helmet)and in the band Lovage with Dan the Automator (Gorilaz, Deltron 3030, Handsome Boy Modeling School and countless others), Jennifer Charles (Elysian Fields)and Kid Koala, and in the upcoming band Peeping Tom also with Dan the Automator.
7Studied English at Humboldt State University - left school before his junior year to sing for the band Faith No More
8Has recorded songs in many languages, including Italian, Spanish, Portugese, and German among others.
9Acted as Jimmy Stewart's "Scottie" role from the film "Vertigo" in the Faith No More video for "Last Cup Of Sorrow."
10Co-founded and co-owns Ipecac Records.
11Replaced Chuck Mosely as Faith No More's singer in 1989.
12Highly talented singer of Faith No More (1989 to 1998 when the band broke up), Mr Bungle, Fantomas, Maldoror, and a solo career (2 albums, Pranzo Oltranzista (1997) and Adult Themes For Voice (1996)). Has also worked with John Zorn, Sepultura and was a part of the "Weird Little Boy" project with Zorn and Bungle guitarist Trey Sprunace (who also joined Faith No More for the album "King For A Day, Fool For A Lifetime" 1995).


The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon2015TV Series writer - 1 episode
The Place Beyond the Pines2012performer: "Contrapositive", "The Snow Angel", "The Weight of Consequences", "Kodo March" / writer: "Contrapositive", "The Snow Angel", "The Weight of Consequences", "Kodo March"
People Like Us2012writer: "Be Agressive" - as Michael Patton
Young Adult2011writer: "Epic" - as Michael Patton
Un heureux événement2011writer: "Caipirinha"
Cheeseburger2010Short performer: "Social Club"
Teletón2010TV Series writer - 1 episode
One Night Stand2010TV Series short lyrics - 1 episode
20 to 12010TV Series documentary writer - 1 episode
La solitudine dei numeri primi2010writer: "Electricity Atmospheriche Candite"
Velódromo2010writer: "Just a Man"
Obsessed2009writer: "I'm Gonna Getcha"
Crank: High Voltage2009performer: "Kickin'", "Sweet Cream" / writer: "Kickin'", "Sweet Cream"
Rage2003-2008TV Series writer - 2 episodes
Body of Lies2008performer: "Bird's Eye" / writer: "Bird's Eye"
Californication2007TV Series writer - 1 episode
Rock Band2007Video Game lyrics: "Epic"
The Henry Rollins Show2007TV Series writer - 1 episode
The Tripper2006writer: "101 North"
American Hardcore2006Documentary writer: "Out Of Vogue"
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas2004Video Game writer: "Midlife Crisis" - as Michael Allen Patton
Tony Hawk's Underground 22004Video Game writer: "Mid Life Crisis"
Idol2002TV Series writer - 2 episodes
29 Palms2002performer: "Lifeboat"
Black Hawk Down2001writer: "Falling to Pieces"
No Coração dos Deuses1999performer: "Procura o Cara"
Faith No More: Ashes to Ashes1997Video short writer: "Ashes to Ashes"
Homicide: Life on the Street1997TV Series writer - 1 episode
Jack Frusciante è uscito dal gruppo1996writer: "Digging the Grave"
Faith No More: Evidence1995Video short writer: "Evidence"
Judgment Night1993writer: "Another Body Murdered" - as Patton


Edge of TwilightVideo Game post-productionThe Outsider (voice)
The Absence of Eddy Table2016ShortEddy Table (voice)
Tomahawk: South Pawa2014Video shortLead Singer
The Darkness II2012Video GameThe Darkness (voice)
Bunraku2010The Narrator (voice)
Left 4 Dead 22009Video GameInfected / Smoker / Hunter (voice)
Bionic Commando2009Video GameNathan Spencer (voice)
Left 4 Dead2008Video GameInfected Sounds / Common Infected / Smoker / ... (voice)
Metalocalypse2008TV SeriesRikki Kixx
I Am Legend2007Creatures (voice)
Kaada Patton: Romances2007Video
Portal2007Video GameAnger Core (voice)
The Darkness2007Video GameThe Darkness (voice)
Firecracker2005Frank / David


Tomahawk: South Pawa2014Video short
Shiloh's Twelfth2013Short
The Place Beyond the Pines2012
La solitudine dei numeri primi2010
Tits Against the Glass: Making 'Crank 2'2009Video documentary
Crank: High Voltage2009
A Perfect Place2008Short
Kaada Patton: Romances2007Video
Faith No More: Evidence1995Video short
Faith No More: Video Croissant1993Video
Faith No More: Live at the Brixton Academy1990Video documentary

Music Department

Gintberg på kanten2014TV Series documentary music - 1 episode
Crank: High Voltage2009conductor / music arranger / music producer / musician
Fox Hunt1996composer: song "Ricochet"


Video Macumba1991Video documentary


Kaada Patton: Romances2007Video


Video Macumba1991Video documentary

Editorial Department

Firecracker2005editorial consultant


Video Macumba1991Video documentary producer


Veneer2008Short special thanks
Trust Me2008thanks
People Talk2006thanks
Up North2004thanks
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas2004Video Game thanks


The Colossus of Destiny: A Melvins Tale2016Documentary
Tomahawk: South Paw2014Video shortHimself
Tomahawk: Oddfellows2013Video shortHimself
Tomahawk: Stone Letter2012Video shortHimself
Rock in Rio1991-2011TV SeriesHimself - Performer / Themselves
Fantomas: The Director's Cut Live - A New Year's Revolution2011Himself
Teletón2010TV SeriesHimself
L'âge d'or de la musique de film 1965-19752009TV MovieHimself
Reading and Leeds Festival2009TV SeriesHimself
Wamego: Ultimatum2009Video documentaryHimself
Down & Dirty2009TV SeriesHimself
Wamego Strikes Back2007DocumentaryHimself
The Henry Rollins Show2007TV SeriesHimself
Bjork: Inner or Deep Part of an Animal or Plant Structure2004Video documentaryHimself
Wamego: Making Movies Anywhere2004Video documentaryHimself
A Bookshelf on Top of the Sky: 12 Stories About John Zorn2002DocumentaryHimself
MTV's Most Wanted1995TV Series documentaryHimself
Freaks, Nerds & Weirdos1994TV MovieHimself
The Word1994TV SeriesHimself
Concert Film Ozzy Osbourne, Faith No More, Young M.C.1993Himself
Faith No More: Video Croissant1993VideoHimself
Hangin' w/MTV1992TV SeriesHimself
Festival Internacional de la Canción de Viña del Mar1991TV SeriesHimself
Hard 'N Heavy Volume 121991Video documentaryHimself
Video Macumba1991Video documentaryHimself
Faith No More: Live at the Brixton Academy1990Video documentaryHimself (Vocals)

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