Julian Lennon is a famous British musician, singer, songwriter, guitarist, record producer. Also, he is renowned as an actor, voice actor, film composer, photographer, and philanthropist. He is the son of the famous John Lennon of ‘The Beatles.’ Continue reading to find the net worth of Julian Lennon as of 2019.
Early Life & Biography:
Julian Lennon was born as John Charles Julian Lennon on 8th April 1963 in Liverpool, the United Kingdom. His father was the famous John Lennon of Beatles. His mother was John’s first wife, Cynthia. Julian was named after his paternal grandmother, Julia Lennon. Julian’s godfather was Brian Epstein, the manager of the Beatles.
Julian Lennon attended Ruthin School, an independent boarding school in Ruthin, Denbighshire in North Wales. Three songs by Beatles influenced Julian Lennon – 1967s ‘Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds’, 1968s ‘Hey Jude’ and ‘Good Night.’
When Julian Lennon was five years old in 1968, his parents divorced. In 1969, his father, John Lennon married Yoko Ono on 20th March 1969. Julian Lennon has a younger half-brother (Sean Lennon) and a stepsister (Kyoko Chan Cox).
Career, Awards & Nominations:
In 1973, Julian Lennon was gifted with a guitar and drum machine for Christmas from his father, John. Julian played the drums for ‘Ya-Ya’ on John’s album, ‘Walls and Bridges’. He was just 11 years old.
In 1984, when he was 11 years old, Julian Lennon started his career as a musician and released his first album, ‘Valotte’ that was a super hit. In 1985, Julian Lennon got nominated for Grammy Awards for Best New Artist.
In 1986, Julian Lennon released his second album, ‘The Secret Value of Daydreaming.’ However it was not very popular yet, it reached number 32 on the album chart of Billboard magazine. In 1991, George Harrison played on Julian’s album, ‘Help Yourself.’ In 1998 and 2002, Julian recorded the cover for Beatles in the album, ‘When I’m Sixty-Four.’ In 2006, Julian Lennon started his internet businesses with MyStore.com. Later, he joined Revolution, LLC.
In 2010, Julian Lennon published the book ‘Beatles Memorabilia: The Julian Lennon Collection.’ In 2009, Julian founded ‘The White Feather Foundation’ that released two super hits namely ‘Too Late for Goodbyes’ that was number 5 in the USA and number 6 in the UK.
Julian Lennon enacted in movies including ‘Cannes Man,’ ‘Imagine: John Lennon,’ ‘The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus, and others. Julian Lennon acted with Nicolas Cage in the movie, ‘Leaving Las Vegas.’ As a vocal actor, Julian Lennon provided the voice in the animated movie, ‘David Copperfield’ and ‘The Real Story of I’m a Little Teapot.’
Julian Lennon is a well-known active philanthropist who is the active member of the White Feather Foundation and Whaledreamers Organization. Both organizations are involved in preserving the welfare of all species. Julian Lennon organized his photography exhibition named ‘Timeless: The Photography of Julian Lennon’ with 35 photographs (2010).
Net Worth & Earnings:
As of now, the net worth of Julian Lennon is $50 million. Most of Julian’s income is from his profession as a singer and songwriter. Also, Julian has appeared in movies as an actor and vocal actor. He has provided his voice to many animated movies. As an excellent photographer, Julian has exhibited his work and produced ‘Whaledreamers,’ a documentary.
Julian Lennon keeps a formal relationship with his stepmother Yoko Ono. Julian is close to his half-brother, Sean. On 12th November 2006, Sean performed live for the first time at La Boule Noire, Paris. Both Julian and Seam spent time together during Sean’s tour (2007).
On 9th October 2010, during John Lennon’s 70th birthday memorial service, Julian and his mother, Cynthia, revealed the John Lennon Peace Monument in Liverpool.