How rich is Phil Collen?

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How rich is Philip Kenneth Collen?

Philip Kenneth Collen Net Worth:
$20 Million

Birth date: December 8, 1957
Birth place: Hackney Central, London, United Kingdom
Height:5 ft 7 in (1.702 m)
Profession: Musician, Guitarist, Songwriter
Nationality: United Kingdom
Spouse: Helen L. Simmons (m. 2010), Anita Thomas (m. 1999–2010), Jacqueline Collen (m. 1990–1995)
Children: Savannah Collen, Samantha Collen, Rory James Collen
Parents: Constance April Collen, Kenneth Frank Collen, Pour Some Sugar on Me, Love Bites, Photograph
Awards: American Music Awards - Favorite Heavy Metal/Hard Rock Artist, Hard Rock Album (1989),
Music groups: Def Leppard (Since 1982), Man Raze, Lucy, Tush, Dumb Blondes, Girl, Cybernauts
Nominations: MTV Video Music Awards - Best Heavy Metal Video (1989), Best Stage Performance in a Video (1989), Best Special Effects (1992), Best Metal/Hard Rock Video (1992)
TV shows: 100 Most Shocking Music Moments
MySpace:myspace.com/philcollen1

Philip Kenneth Collen Net Worth:

Phil Collen Net Worth $20 Million

At present time Phil Collen’s net worth has been said to be around $20 million dollars. He’s been enlisted as among the most affluent stars in the present time. Sources have said that he’d joined the group in 1982 after the departure of Pete Willis.

Phil Collen got his first guitar from his cousin David Pilley, who said “he used to simply sit in his bedroom only playing it”. Then he joined a lineup of early groups including Lucy, Tush, Dumb Blondes, and Girl. During his tenure at Girl, Collen’s career started growing, spurred by the comparative success of the Girl records Sheer Greed and Wasted Youth, which enabled Collen the chance to play at more major places. A youthful Phil Collen can be viewed on the back cover of Deep Purples classic live album Produced in Japan as the live picture is in fact shot in the Brixton Academy in London, UK, a concert Collen attended, rather than in Japan.

In 1990, Collen co-created the On the Edge record of the Australian group BB Steal. In 1991, Collen offered a tune he’d composed, “Miss You In A Heartbeat” to the group The Law, that has been featured on the group’s self-titled record. In 1993, Collen executive made the record Sublime To The Ridiculous for the group, Sheer Greed, composed of former members of Girl, an act Collen was likewise linked previously in his career. Collen in addition has worked in side projects with Def Leppard vocalist Joe Elliott. Among the recent jobs was a homage to David Bowie and Mick Ronson. n 2010, Collen recorded the tune “Hard Times Celebrate” with rapper Bazaar Royale, featured on the record “The Ride.”