Alice Cooper Net Worth, Singing Career And More

Alice Cooper Net Worth -$50 million

Alice Cooper Net worth $50 million
Real Name Vincent Damon Furnier
Date of Birth 4th February 1948
Nationality American
Profession Singer, Actor, Disc jockey, Singer-songwriter, Guitarist, Musician, Film Score Composer
Age 73
Height 5’9”
Weight 80kg
Children 4

Alice Cooper is a well-known American rock singer and musician with an estimated net worth of $50 million. The real name of Alice is Vincent Damon Furnier, who was born on 4th February 1948. He grew up in Detroit, Michigan.

His family was involved with religion so at a very young age Alice associated with religious activities. The family moved to Phoenix, Arizona, where he went to Cortex high School. He found out his interest in music and convinced his friends to create a rock band.

In his group, there were two future members Glen Buxton and Dennis Dunaway. Among these three boys, only Buxton knew how to play guitar, and others played their instruments.

There are many breakthrough performances of Alice Cooper, such as the third album, “ Love It To Death,” that came in 1970. The single “ I’m Eighteen went well on the charts.
Another album contained, and its hit single was “ School’s Out,” which reached the top spot on the charts.

Alice Cooper

Billion Dollar Babies was the band that was commercially successful in1 972 and earned platinum status. It was contained the hit “ No More Mr. Nice Guy” that also remained controversial too.

Well, Alice Cooper started his career at the age of 16 when he founded his first band.
His career spans half a century, and in 2011, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. His career is so long, but he really enjoyed his consistent success.

One of the successes was ‘Poison,’ released in 1989 and reached a peak chart on the 7th number in the United States and ranked on 2nd in The UK.

On the other hand, he also surprised the audience with his on-stage persona. Alice is very energetic and hardworking, so he always touched the sky in his career. In 2011 he also released Welcome 2 My Nightmare and reached a chart position at second.

Alice Cooper

Alice Cooper

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