What is Wayne Newton's Net Worth? Find All the Details Here
Find all the details about Wayne Newton's net worth here!
Wayne Newton is an American singer, actor, and entertainer. He is known by the nicknames The Midnight Idol, Mr. Las Vegas, and Mr. Entertainment.
Wayne started performing in Las Vegas when he was just 15 years old. Now he is in the 60th year of his career, and his songs are still famous on the Las Vegas Strip. Let's find out how much Wayne has.
How Much is Wayne Newton's Net Worth?
Wayne Newton, 80, is best known for both his musical career and horse business. His popularity was earned when two-song "Danke Schoen" and "Daddy Don't You Walk So Fast" hit the media. He has had over 30,000 solo performances in his life career which is the main source of his earnings. Wayne Newton was bankrupt in 1992. He had recovered financially by 1999.
The Estimated Net Worth of Wayne Newton is $50 Million
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His source of income other than his music career is stallion Nabors, where he bred, raced, and sold the Arabian horse. Even after 18 years of struggle from his first bankruptcy, he again ogled with bankruptcy in 2010. He sold 80% of the property and finally get success in recovering financially. Now he has a net worth of $50 million dollars.
He was born on April 3, 1942, in Carson Wayne Newton in Norfolk, Virginia. His father's name is Patrick Newton and his mother's name is, Evelyn Marie "Smith". World War II, Newton spent his early years in Roanoke, learning the piano, guitar, and steel guitar at age six.
While he was a child, his family moved to near Newark, Ohio. He began singing in local clubs, theaters, and fairs with his older brother, Jerry.
Who is Mr. Vegas' Wife?
Wayne Newtons is married to Kathleen McCrone and shares one daughter.
Newton was a big fan of horses since his childhood. He got his first horse in the sixth standard. Wayne has mentioned many times that horses and music are the two great loves of his life. Newton has been breeding Arabian horses since 1969 that purchased the stallion Nabors.
He's created six generations of over 700 horses as of 2014. Ninety-six of his horses are champions. Aramus Arabians, a breeding program that is named after his champion stallion Aramus.
In 1996, he was awarded the Breeder of the Year award by the Arabian Professional and Amateur Horseman's Association. In 2007, Newton was awarded the Arabian Horse Breeders' Association Lifetime Achievement Award for his work with the breed.
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