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Elton John (Reginald Kenneth Dwight (Sharon, The Rocket Man, The Pinball Wizard)) was born on 25 March, 1947 in Pinner, Harrow, Middlesex [now London], England, UK, is a soundtrack,actor,composer. At 74 years old, Elton John height is 5 ft 7 in (172.0 cm).

Now We discover Elton John's Biography, Age, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of net worth at the age of 75 years old?

Popular As Reginald Kenneth Dwight (Sharon, The Rocket Man, The Pinball Wizard)
Occupation soundtrack,actor,composer
Elton John Age 75 years old
Zodiac Sign Aries
Born 25 March 1947
Birthday 25 March
Birthplace Pinner, Harrow, Middlesex [now London], England, UK
Nationality UK

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Who Is Elton John's Wife?

His wife is David Furnish (21 December 2014 - present) ( 2 children), Renate Blauel (14 February 1984 - 18 November 1988) ( divorced)

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Wife David Furnish (21 December 2014 - present) ( 2 children), Renate Blauel (14 February 1984 - 18 November 1988) ( divorced)
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Elton John Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Elton John worth at the age of 75 years old? Elton John’s income source is mostly from being a successful Soundtrack. He is from UK. We have estimated Elton John's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million - $5 Million
Salary in 2022 Under Review
Net Worth in 2021 Pending
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Source of Income Soundtrack

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He attended the special dinner at Sony Studios in Los Angeles to honor singer and activist Sting as MusiCares 2004's Person of the Year. The evening celebrated Sting's contribution to popular music, honored his charitable work with Amnesty International and the Rainforest Foundation. Other stars in attendance included Kylie Minogue and Dido.


In 2001, he declared that "Songs from the West Coast" would be his final studio album, and thereafter he would concentrate on just live performances. In 2004, however, he released a new album, "Peachtree Road", which despite some favorable reviews flopped in every country it was released in.


In 2000, he was nominated for a Laurence Olivier Theatre Award (1999 season) for Best New Musical for "The Lion King" at the Lyceum Theatre.


In July 1999, he had a pacemaker fitted to correct an irregular heartbeat following an episode of angina on an airplane.


On 5 September 1997, he performed a new version of "Candle in the Wind", in tribute to Princess Diana at her funeral, with new lyrics specially written by Bernie Taupin.


He was awarded the CBE (Commander of the Order of the British Empire) in 1996 and awarded Knighthood of the British Empire in the 1998 Queen's New Years Honors List for his services to music and fundraising for AIDS charities.


In 1995, he was awarded the Polar Music Prize, the Royal Swedish Academy of Music Award.


He has recorded duets with many other artists. His song "Act of War" was a duet with Millie Jackson. He recorded a duet with Cliff Richard called "Slow Rivers", with Jennifer Rush called "Flames of Paradise", with Aretha Franklin called "Through the Storm" and with Eric Clapton called "Runaway Train". He sang with Dionne Warwick, Stevie Wonder and Gladys Knight on the song "That's What Friends Are For". In 1994, he recorded his 1976 hit "Don't Go Breaking My Heart", this time as a duet with RuPaul. He sang the duet "Donner Pour Donner" in French with singer France Gall. In 1991, he had a UK #1 hit with his live duet with George Michael, "Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me". They had previously performed the song together at Live Aid (1985).


In 1992, he decided that all profits from his singles would be donated to AIDS charities and formed the Elton John AIDS Foundation. The foundation has become one of the world's largest nonprofit AIDS organizations.


In January 1987, he underwent laser surgery to remove nodules from his vocal chords in Australia. This followed a televised concert with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra in which his voice sounded noticeably rough. In 2004, he admitted this problem had been caused by smoking too many drugs, including marijuana.


In 1979, he was the first Western rock star to perform in Israel and the USSR.


Elton John announced he was a bisexual in 1976, and in 1984, he married Renate Blauel. The marriage lasted four years before he finally came to terms with the fact that he was actually homosexual.


He is often parodied on Saturday Night Live (1975) by Horatio Sanz.


He covered The Beatles' "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds" in 1974, for the film All This and World War II (1976). John Lennon is featured in this recording, credited as "Dr. Winston O'Boogie".


He recorded the Christmas hits "Step into Christmas" (1973) and "Cold as Christmas (In the Middle of the Year)" (1983).


In the early 1970s, he recorded the concept album "Tumbleweed Connection.

" He became the most successful pop artist of the 1970s, and he has survived many different pop fads including punk, the New Romantics and Britpop to remain one of Britain's most internationally acclaimed musicians.

In the 1970s and 1980s, he suffered from drug and alcohol addiction and bulimia but came through it. He is well known as a campaigner for AIDS research and he keeps his finger on the pulse of modern music, enjoying artists such as Eminem, Radiohead, Coldplay and Robbie Williams.


He changed his name legally to Elton Hercules John. He chose the middle name "Hercules" not after the hero of mythology, but after the horse named Hercules on the British sitcom Steptoe and Son (1962).


Sir Elton John is one of pop music's great survivors. Born 25 March, 1947, as Reginald Kenneth Dwight, he started to play the piano at the early age of four. At the age of 11, he won a scholarship to the Royal Academy of Music. His first band was called Bluesology. He later auditioned (unsuccessfully) as lead singer for the progressive rock bands King Crimson and Gentle Giant. Dwight teamed up with lyricist Bernie Taupin and changed his name to Elton John (merging the names of saxophonist Elton Dean and Long John Baldry). The duo wrote songs for Lulu and Roger Cook.