Shaun Ryder’s current net worth is projected to be $864,000, based mostly on the estimated salary and income of $299,600 that he earned as a Rock Singer.
Shaun was born on August 23, 1962, in Manchester, England. He is 59 years old.
He dropped out of school at the age of 13 to work on a construction site before pursuing his dream of becoming a musician. After six years together, Shaun married his long-time girlfriend Joanne in 2010.
The singer is the father of six children, although his current wife and he only have two daughters, Lulu and Pearl. Shaun is said to have amassed a fortune despite being broke multiple times throughout his life.
He is said to have a net worth of £2 million.
What musical success has Shaun Ryder had?
Happy Mondays were created in 1980 by him, his brother Paul Ryder, and their friends Mark Day (guitar), Paul Davis keyboard, and Gary Whelan drums, with Mark “Bez” Berry, subsequently joining as a percussionist.
Step On, Kinky Afro, and 24 Hour Party People were among the group’s many singles, which contributed to the pioneering of the Madchester sound.
Shaun formed the band, Black Grape, in 1995, and their first album, It’s Great When You’re Straight…, was released in 1996. Yes, it soared to the top of the UK charts.
Unfortunately, the band’s follow-up album, Stupid Stupid Stupid, failed to achieve the same level of success, and the band disbanded in 1998.
Pop Voodoo, the group’s first complete album since 1997, was released on August 4, 2017. Shaun also had massive chart success in 2005 when he contributed vocals to Gorillaz’s smash Dare.
What TV shows has Shaun Ryder been on?
Ryder rose to fame after finishing second to Stacey Solomon on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! in 2010, where he notably withstood a snake bite and described it as “like pushing your palm through sheet glass.”
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After agreeing to appear on ITV’s 100 Years Younger in 21 Days, the star returned to reality television. Several celebrities attempted to reverse the aging process through a series of frightening surgeries on the show.