How rich is Luke Hemmings?

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How rich is Luke Hemmings?

Luke Hemmings Net Worth:
$10 Million

Birth date: July 16, 1996
Birth place: Sydney, Australia
Height:1.93 m
Profession: Singer, rhythm guitarist, musician
Education: Norwest Christian College
Nationality: Australian
Spouse: Gabrielle–-present
Parents: Andrew Hemmings, Liz Hemmings, Don't Stop, Amnesia, She Looks So Perfect
Siblings: Jack Hemmings, Ben Hemmings, Don't Stop, Amnesia, She Looks So Perfect
Awards: 4Music Video Honours (2014), Alternative Press Music Awards (2015), American Music Awards (2014), MTV Europe Music Awards, iHeartRadio Music Awards, APRA Awards (Australia), ARIA Music Awards,
Record labels: Hi or Hey Records, Capitol Records, Sony ATV Music Publishing
Music groups: "5SOS", "5 Seconds of Summer" (2011-)
Nominations: Billboard Music Awards, Billboard.com Mid-Year Music Awards, Billboard Touring Awards, Brit Awards, JIM Awards, Kerrang! Awards
TV shows: "How Did We End Up Here" (2015 (2015), DVD), "Rock Out With Your Socks Out Tour" (2015 (2015), tour), "Sounds Live Feels Live World Tour" (2016 (2016), tour)
Twitter:twitter.com/Luke5SOS
Instagram:instagram.com/lukehemmings/?hl=en

Luke Hemmings Net Worth:

Daragh O'Malley (born 25 May 1954) is an Irish born film, theatre and television actor who has appeared in a large number of TV series, films and films for television. O'Malley is known around the world for his portrayal of Patrick Harper in the long-running [1993-2009] Sharpe TV series with Sean Bean. O'Malley has appeared in a wide range of productions beginning with roles in the iconic films The Long Good Friday and Withnail and I, leading guest roles in many UK television series including Waking The Dead, Wire in the Blood, Silent Witness and Vera, and leading roles in a number of US productions including The Magnificent Seven, Texas, Vendetta, Cleopatra and Shaughnessy. In 2011, O'Malley returned to the stage after a twelve-year absence to play Father Jack in a UK National Tour of Dancing at Lughnasa, which was nominated for an MTA Best Production Award, and followed that by playing John Rainey in a London revival of Irvine's Mixed Marriage, which received very positive reviews. In Autumn 2014, O'Malley appeared as Big Daddy in a widely acclaimed production of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof at The Royal Exchange Theatre Manchester, for which he was nominated for an MTA Best Actor award. http://www.themanchesterreview.co.uk/?p=4249. UK's The Stage selected O'Malley's performance in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof as one of the Top Five Performances in UK theatre in 2014. In 2015, it was announced that O'Malley would play the screen legend Marlon Brando in the one man stage play "Brando - Memoirs of A Giant".
Source: Wikipedia