Brian May Net Worth

What is Brian May’s net worth, How did the rockstar and world-class guitarist acquire such wealth and fame? Check this article to find out more about Brian May Net Worth, his career and his personal life.

About Brian May 

Brian May Net Worth

Brian May. – Ultimate Classic Rock

Brian May is an English scientist, singer, and guitarist. He is also a vegetarian. May was one of the pioneers of the rock band Queen and played as the group’s guitarist.

He gained prominence in 1970 for his performances with his band and he obtained a Ph.D. in astrophysics from the Imperial College London in 2007.  May has worked with NASA on space missions and served as a Chancellor of a university.

Brian May is regarded as one of the greatest guitarists of all time and for his songs which include I Want It All, Flash,  Who Wants to Live Forever, and Tie Your Mother Down.

As of today, Brian May Net Worth is $210 million. Read on to find out more about Brian May Net Worth.

Full Name: Brian May
Profession: Scientist, Singer, Guitarist
Date of Birth: July 19, 1947
Nationality: England
Age: 72
Net Worth: $210 Million

Brian May Childhood and Career 

Brian May was born on 19th of July 1947 in Hampton, Middlesex to parents of English and Scottish descent. His birth was celebrated as he was and is the only child of Harold May and Ruth Irving.

He began his education at Hampton Grammar School and performed exceptionally attaining amazing results during his GCE.

In 1968, he obtained his bachelor of science degree in mathematics and physics from the Imperial College London. Despite his academic prowess, he put his passion for music foremost and pursued a music career.

May together with some friends formed a rock band Smile while at the Imperial College but later got it renamed to Queen.

The band comprised of Roger Taylor as a lead drummer, Freddie Mercury as vocalist and pianist, John Deacon as the bass guitarist and May as the lead guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter.

The band got signed to EMI Records and released their first album in 1973 titled Queen. The album announced them to the world of rock and they toured the United States and parts of Europe.

The next year been 1974 was more successful as they released two more albums Queen II which sold millions of copies and the second Sheer Heart attack.

Music gave May the opportunity to apply laws of physics to sound and this could be noticed in his electrifying sound, which he produced mainly with his guitar and songs.

He went on to release many singles and albums with the rock band Queen that has gone on to set and break records in the Music Industry.

Apart from music, he is also an animal rights activist and a philanthropist.

Brian May Net Worth 

As of today, Brian May Net Worth is $210 million which made him one of the richest musicians in the world. Brian May Net Worth is accumulated mainly from his career as a musician.

His band Queen has released various albums and singles overtime earning millions of dollars. May lives with his wife Anita in a mansion in London valued at $15 million.

When it comes to cars, he has a lot in his garage comprising of roll Royce, Audi, and Mercedes.

Brian May Personal Life

May got married to Christine Mullen in 1976. The couple had three children, namely James, Louisa, and Emily Ruth. However, he had some issues with Mullen that led to both parting ways in 1988.

According to May, the latter part of his marriage to Mullen, coupled with the deaths of his father Harold and his rock band friend Freddie Mercury almost lead him to commit suicide in the 1990s.

He later married Anita Dobson an actress in 2000 after knowing her for close to fifteen years and they are still married to date. Brian May, unlike most artists, detests smoking.

 

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