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Prince (Prince Rogers Nelson (The Purple One, His Royal Badness, Skipper, The High Priest of Pop, The Prince of Funk, The Artist Formerly Known as Prince, Joey Coco)) was born on 7 June, 1958 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, is a soundtrack,composer,actor. At 58 years old, Prince height is 5 ft 4 in (165.0 cm).

Now We discover Prince'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 58 years old?

Popular As Prince Rogers Nelson (The Purple One, His Royal Badness, Skipper, The High Priest of Pop, The Prince of Funk, The Artist Formerly Known as Prince, Joey Coco)
Occupation soundtrack,composer,actor
Age 58 years old
Zodiac Sign Gemini
Born 7 June 1958
Birthday 7 June
Birthplace Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
Date of death 21 April, 2016
Died Place Paisley Park, Chanhassen, Minnesota, USA
Nationality USA

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Who Is Prince's Wife?

His wife is Manuela Testolini (31 December 2001 - 2006) ( divorced), Mayte Garcia (14 February 1996 - 14 February 1999) ( annulled) ( 1 child)

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Wife Manuela Testolini (31 December 2001 - 2006) ( divorced), Mayte Garcia (14 February 1996 - 14 February 1999) ( annulled) ( 1 child)
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Prince Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Prince worth at the age of 58 years old? Prince’s income source is mostly from being a successful Soundtrack. He is from USA. We have estimated Prince'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
Salary in 2021 Under Review
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Source of Income Soundtrack

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2016

Prince died on 21st April 2016, 67 days after the death of his longtime protege and former girlfriend, Denise Katherine Matthews better known as Vanity. Denise died on 15th February 2016, fourteen years to the day after Prince's mother, Mattie Della Baker (Mattie Shaw) also known as Mattie Nelson.

2011

His ex-wife Manuela Testolini married Halle Berry's ex-husband Eric Benét at The Resort at Pelican Hill (Newport Beach, California) on (31 July 2011). Among the guests were Samuel L. Jackson, Niecy Nash, Shaun Robinson, and Matt Bonner. Testolini and Benét were an item for four years before getting married. Benét has a older daughter India Benét who they raise along with their daughters Lucia Bella and Amoura Luna.

2010

On May 10, 2010, he merited a place in Time magazine's - The 100 Most Influential People in the World ("Artists" category) - with an homage penned by Usher.

2009

Prince was diagnosed with epilepsy as a child, and had seizures through his early childhood. However, it wasn't until 2009, in an interview with PBS's Tavis Smiley, that Prince openly talked about this, one of very few celebrities to go public about their experience as someone living with epilepsy. He also credited epilepsy with motivating him to become a performer.

2007

He arrived an hour late to the 2007 Golden Globe Awards due to traffic and missed accepting the Golden Globe for Best Song for the movie, Happy Feet (2006). Justin Timberlake accepted the award for him, after an awkward silence waiting for Prince to come on stage. He did so in an amusing fashion by crouching down to a shorter height and raising his voice to accept the award for Prince. Hugh Grant later announced that Prince had finally arrived after being stuck in gridlock traffic, and gave Prince an opportunity to stand and receive applause for his win.

2006

Prince's 2006 tour made him the most lucrative live performer of the year. His 69 city, 96 show tour took $87.4 million (£45.5 million), beating Céline Dion's Las Vegas residency, which came in second, taking $80.4 million (£41.8 million).

2005

With the rise of the new millennium, Prince released material such as a religious album called The Rainbow Children,One Nite Alone,The Chocolate Invasion,The Slaughter House, and had a collaboration with Stevie Wonder on Stevie's single called, What The Fuss in 2005.

2004

One of the most acclaimed musicians of his generation, he was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in March 2004. He was also voted the 28th greatest Rock & Roll Artist of all time by "Rolling Stone" magazine. He was inducted into the UK Music Hall of Fame for his outstanding contribution to British music and integral part of British music culture in November 2006. He was ranked #18 on VH1's 100 Greatest Artists of Rock & Roll and #5 on VH1's 100 Sexiest Artists.

2002

In his An Evening with Kevin Smith (2002) film, director Kevin Smith says that he learned during shooting of a documentary for Prince that he has made about 50 fully produced music videos for songs that were never released in any kind of form.

2001

He was known for his colorful outfits and explicitly flaunting and expressing his strong sexuality during his performances in his early days, despite being a devout Christian. This all changed in 2001 on becoming a Jehovah's Witness and due to his religious beliefs the sexy lyrics and tight/skimpy clothing was dropped, Prince also insisted that no one swear around him.

2000

In May 2000 Prince dropped the symbol O(+> he adopted as a name. He had used the symbol because he considered his record contract with Warner Bros. Records oppressive, which ended in 2000.

1999

However Prince didn't begin to attract mainstream artists until he release his single, 1999. This single began to be noticed by M. T. V. viewers and this would make him a part of the main-stream music media. Prince released two more singles called Little Red Corvette and Delirious. The album featured Prince's new band, The Revolution.

1996

On 16 October 1996, his son, with Mayte Garcia, was born with the rare skull disease Pfeiffer's syndrome and unable to breathe without a ventilator. The child was taken off life support on 23 October and died.

1995

Universal Music Group has been granted permission to release the post-1995 music in his "Vault" which will begin streaming on the night of the Grammys in 2017.

1991

In 1991, Prince assembled a new band called, The New Power Generation with this band he would release singles such as Diamond And Pearls, Cream, and Gett Off. Prince eventually changed his stage name from Prince to a symbol, which lead people to call him, "The Artist Formerly Known As Prince". Prince soon took back his old stage name.

1990

Prince released a sequel to Purple Rain in 1990 called Graffiti Bridge, a soundtrack album accompanied this movie entitled, Graffiti Bridge. The film did terrible in box-office and was nominated for several Razzie awards. Many people saw the sound-track album, as the high point of the film.

In the 1990s, Prince continued to release singles such as Came, The Gold Experience, Chaos And Disorder, and Emancipation.

1989

He was one of very few artists who denied 'Weird Al' Yankovic permission to parody any of his songs. After years of asking, ''Weird Al' Yankovic' obtained video parody permission, and the video for UHF (1989) includes a sequence that spoofs the bathtub intro for Prince's video of "When Doves Cry".

1985

He was the winner of the British Phonographic Industry Awards for International Act and Soundtrack for "Purple Rain" in 1985. He was also the winner of the Brit Award for International Solo Artist in two consecutive years, 1992 and 1993.

1984

In 1984 Prince would release what would be seen as an admired and profound masterpiece the feature film/sound-track album, Purple Rain in 1984. Prince's father contributed to this album, by cowriting the chord sequence for a couple of his songs. Prince continued to give cowriting credit to his father on several other albums, as his famous chord sequence would be used in several of Prince's singles and albums. A lot of Prince's songs did not agree with listeners and one of his songs, Darling Nikki prompted a group of people to start a censorship organization called, Parents Music Resource Center (P. M. R. C. ) as the track implemented grinding ludicrous acts such as masturbating, which stunned listeners. Prince however continued to release various other singles with the same platform his memorable releases being, Around The World In A Day, Parade, Love Sexy, and Batman.

1979

Prince's next releases would tend to do much better on the charts with his singles, "Why You Wanna Treat Me So Bad?" and I Wanna Be Your Lover in 1979. This would start to introduce Prince as a person who presented sexually explicit material into the music industry.

1978

Prince Rogers Nelson was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, to Mattie Shaw, a jazz singer and social worker, and John L. Nelson, a lyricist and pianist. His father's stage name was "Prince Rogers". His parents were both from African-American families from Louisiana. They separated during his youth, which lead him to move back and forth. Prince had a troubled relationship with his step-father which lead him to run away from home. Prince was adopted by a family called the Andersons. Prince soon after became friends with the Anderson's son, Andre Anderson (Cymone) together along with Charles Smith they joined a band called Grand Central. The band later renamed themselves Champagne and were a fairly successful live band, however soon diminished. Prince at the age of eighteen started working on high-quality demo tracks with Chris Moon. With these demo tracks Prince eventually ended up signing a recording contract with Warner Brothers Records and was the youngest producer associated with the label. Prince made his debut on the record label with his 1978 album, For You. It wasn't a strong successful album, however it was fair for a beginning artist and ranked 163 on the U. S. Pop Charts.