What Is Adam Lambert’s Net Worth?

What Is Adam Lambert’s Net Worth?

Adam Lambert is a $30 million dollar singer-songwriter and actor from the United States. Lambert, who has been performing since he was a child, rose to international fame in 2009 as the runner-up on the eighth season of “American Idol.” “For Your Entertainment” (2009), his first studio album debuted at #3 on the “Billboard” charts. Adam has over 3 million records under his belt and has been collaborating with Queen since 2011.

Adam Lambert Early Life

Adam Lambert was born Adam Mitchel Lambert in Indianapolis, Indiana, on January 29, 1982. Adam’s mother, Leila, worked as a dental hygienist while his father, Eber, worked at Novatel Wireless as a program manager, although Leila later changed careers to interior design. After the family relocated to San Diego, California, Lambert’s younger brother, Neil, was born. Adam’s mother is Jewish, and he went to Hebrew school when he was younger.

Lambert began acting in plays with the Metropolitan Educational Theatre network when he was nine years old, and later went on to star in professional performances of “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown,” “Peter Pan,” “Hello, Dolly,” and “Grease.” Adam sang in the school’s jazz band, sang in the chorus, and appeared in school plays while at Mount Carmel High School. He came to Orange County after graduation to attend California State University, Fullerton, but quit after only 5 weeks, preferring to focus on his job instead.

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Adam Lambert Career

Lambert’s first professional employment was a 10-month spell on a cruise ship when he was 19, and he was cast in a European touring version of “Hair” two years later. Adam was cast as Joshua in a Kodak Theatre production of “The Ten Commandments: The Musical,” which starred Val Kilmer, in 2004, and as an ensemble member and understudy for Fiyero in a touring production of “Wicked” the following year (he reprised these roles in a 2007 Los Angeles production). Lambert auditioned for the eighth season of “American Idol” in 2009 and received high praise from the judges, including a standing ovation from Simon Cowell for his performance of “Mad World.” Despite finishing second to Kris Allen, Adam has remained one of the most popular “American Idol” competitors, with MTV ranking him fifth on their list of “The 10 Greatest ‘American Idol’ Contestants of All Time” in 2009.

Lambert’s debut album, “For Your Entertainment,” was released in November 2009 and featured the international hit singles “Whataya Want from Me” and “If I Had You,” which he won on “American Idol.” The album was awarded gold in the United States and Finland, and platinum in Canada, Australia, and New Zealand, earning him a Grammy nomination for Best Male Pop Vocal Performance. Adam has sold over 5 million singles and released three additional studio albums, “Trespassing” (2012), “The Original High” (2015), and “Velvet” (2020). In 2011, he posed as Queen’s lead singer at the MTV Europe Music Awards after performing alongside members of the band on “American Idol.” Between June 2012 and June 2020, Queen + Adam Lambert performed their first official concert, published the CD “Live in Japan” in 2016, and started on five tours.

Adam has been on “Project Runway” (2011), “Pretty Little Liars” (2012), and “RuPaul’s Drag Race” (2014). In 2013 and 2014, he had a recurring role on “Glee,” playing Elliot “Starchild” Gilbert for five episodes, and in 2016, he played Eddie in Fox’s “The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Let’s Do the Time Warp Again.”

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Adam Lambert Personal Life

From November 2010 until April 2013, Adam was in a relationship with Finnish TV personality Sauli Koskinen, and from March to November 2019, he was in a relationship with model Javi Costa Polo.

Lambert is well-known for his charitable activity, having donated to DonorsChoose, MusiCares, charity: water, and The Trevor Project, among others. He received a Unity Award from the We Are Family Foundation in 2013 for making music with positive messages. Adam established his own foundation, the Feel Something Foundation, to support LGBTQ+ human rights in 2019. He has performed in various charity concerts, including one in 2012 with Queen and Elton John to help the Olena Pinchuk ANTI AIDS Foundation, another in 2012 to benefit Marylanders for Marriage Equality, and a 2013 Make-A-Wish Foundation Ball. Lambert also sang on the charity track “Hands,” which raised money for families devastated by the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando in 2016.

By Heather Wilson

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