Find out the net worth of the singer Adam Schlesinger.
Adam Schlesinger, one of the most influential songwriters of the current time, lost his life to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic on April 1, 2020. He was 52 years of age.
Adam Schlesinger founded the rock and pop bands named 'Fountains of Wayne', 'Ivy', and 'Tinted Windows', and was the recipient of three Emmy Awards, one Grammy Awards, and the ASCAP Pop Music Award. Besides, he even received nominations for Academy, Tony, and Golden Globe Awards.
Adam made considerable contributions to the entertainment industry, writing songs for movies, television series, and Broadway. And, he also made significant amounts of cash from his career during his life. Let's find out how much money the late songwriter made in his lifetime before he passed away.
Adam Schlesinger accumulated an estimated net worth of $2 million from his career before he passed away. This amount comes from his lifetime of earnings through music composing, songwriting, singing for movies, television, and theatres.
Adam Schlesinger possesses an estimated net worth of $2 million.
Source: Entertainment Weekly
Adam wrote and co-produced the title song for the 1996 film by Tom Hanks, 'That Thing You Do!' He composed the song 'Master of the Seas' for the hit animated movie 'Ice Age: Continental Drift,' which was sung by Jennifer Lopez, Peter Dinklage, and others. Adam also wrote and produced three songs for the romantic comedy movie 'Music and Lyrics.'
Adam Schlesinger, though a relatively less popular figure in the music industry, received some prestigious awards in his lifetime.
Adam received an Academy Award in 1997.
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In 1997, Adam got nominated for an Academy Award and a Golden Globe Award for the title song of 'That Thing You Do!'
In 2003, his band 'Fountains of Wayne' got nominated for two Grammy Awards for their song 'Stacy's Mom', in the category of 'Best New Artist' and 'Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal'.
Adam Schlesinger earned three Emmy Awards.
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Adam Schlesinger won Emmy Awards in 2012 and 2013 for songs 'If I Had Time' and 'It's Not Just for Gays Anymore' in the category of 'Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics,' which he shared with David Javerbaum. He earned his third Emmy Award in 2019 for the song 'Anti-Depressants Are So Not a Big Deal' in the same category of 'Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics.'
In 2010, Adam Schlesinger won the Grammy Award for the album 'A Colbert Christmas: The Greatest Gift of All!' in the category of 'Best Comedy Album.'
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