Having a prominent career in both the music and film industry, Sean Lennon has made it to the listing of some of the most opulent celebrities in the world. At 42 years of age, Sean has accomplished what most would only aspire to. As a singer, actor, and songwriter, he has gained immense fame across the globe and huge chunks of money. This article points up the net worth of Sean Lennon in 2019.
Early Life & Biography
On October 9, 1975, Sean Taro Ono Lennon, the American based triple threat was born in New York, United States, to parents John Lennon and Yoko Ono, who were both established names in the music industry. His late father, a famed English musician, was of Irish, English and Welsh descent while his mother is Japanese.
Sean undertook his kindergarten studies in Tokyo. He was then enrolled and educated at the prestigious boarding school, Institut Le Rosey in Rolle, Switzerland at the age of 11. Four years later he returned to Dakota where he attended New York’s private Ethical Culture Fieldston School and also Dalton School. After that, he attended Columbia University but later dropped out during his sophomore year after three semesters in pursuit of a music career.
Sean has been affiliated with several ladies during his career, and his romantic life has had its fair share of controversy. From 1996-1999 he was involved in a romantic relationship with Yuka Honda. He moved on to a new relationship with Bijou Phillips which lasted from 1999 to 2004.
In the same year, he dated Leelee Sobieski briefly before getting into a relationship with Elizabeth Jagger from 2004-2005. While he dated Irina Lazareanu in 2007, he is also said to have been in a relationship with Charlotte Kemp Muhl, his musical partner in Ghost of a Saber Toothed Tiger, from 2006 to date. Some reports, however, say that he is currently single.
Career, Awards & Nominations
Sean Lennon’s debut in the music career was at the early age of 5 on his mother’s album Season of Glass where he recited a story. Soon after that, he performed ‘It’s Alright’ and had the once in a lifetime opportunity of appearing in Michael Jackson’s video ‘Moonwalker’. On up to his teen years, Sean did various collaborations with his mother which earned him credits in production on his solo albums.
At the Age of 16, he collaborated with Lenny Kravitz on the song “All I Ever Wanted”. He continued to venture into the music industry, and in 1997 he became part of the Japanese duo Cibo Matto which was based in New York. It was here where he met his then-girlfriend Yuka Honda who produced his first debut solo album. He went on to work with Cibo Matto, but the band later disbanded. No solo album from Sean was seen until 2006.
He disappeared from the industry scene for almost five years. His comeback was in his appearance on “Friendly Fire”. He has then founded Chimera Music, his very own label and has started pursuing the film industry. He has had success with works like Smile for the Camera and Friendly Fire. He has also ventured into activism, airing out his voice on issues like fracking.
Net Worth & Earnings
With an early startup in the music industry and the massive success that Sean Lennon has had throughout his career to date, it is no surprise that Sean Lennon’s estimated net worth amounts to $220 million. A huge contributor to his fortune is his music career which he commenced on early in life. His label, Chimera Music, and participation in the film has also earned him a good amount of wealth.
Sean Lennon has managed to cement his legacy in the film and especially the music industry. With extensive talents from acting, to composing, to bass playing and singing, there is no stopping this multi-talented artist in his career and future endeavors.