Tommy Lee Net Worth
Tommy Lee Net Worth

Thomas Lee Bass (born October 3, 1962) is a founding member of Mötley Crüe, a heavy metal band from the United States. Lee established the rap metal band Methods of Mayhem and has pursued solo musical endeavours in addition to being the band’s long-time drummer.

Born
Thomas Lee Bass

October 3, 1962 (age 59)

Athens, Greece
Nationality American
Occupation
  • Musician
  • songwriter
Years active 1979–present
Spouse
Elaine Starchuk
Heather Locklear
Pamela Anderson
Brittany Furlan
Children 2

Early Life :

At the time of his birth, he was the son of David Lee Thomas Bass and Vassiliki “Voula” Papadimitriou, both of whom competed in the Miss Greece beauty pageant in 1957. Lee was born on October 3, 1962, in Greece. The drummer Athena, his younger sister, is also in his band. Lee’s father relocated the family to California when he was about two years old, bringing the family back to the United States.

When Lee was just four years old, he received his first set of drumsticks and his first drum setup. As a member of the Los Angeles club band Suite 19, he dropped out of high school to pursue a career in music. At the age of fifteen or sixteen, his favourite bands were Led Zeppelin, Van Halen, Kiss, AC/DC, Cheap Trick and Sweet. John Bonham, Tommy Aldridge, Alex Van Halen, and Terry Bozzio are his primary drumming influences.

Tommy Lee Net Worth:

Net Worth: $70 Million
Date of Birth: Oct 3, 1962 (59 years old)
Gender: Male
Height: 6 ft 2 in (1.89 m)
Profession: Film Score Composer, Musician, Disc jockey, Actor, Film Producer, Singer-songwriter, Drummer, Songwriter
Nationality: Greece

 

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He is a drummer and a musician from the United States. Tommy Lee has a net worth of $70 million. Tommy Lee is best known for being a founding member and drummer for Mötley Crüe, but he also has other jobs. As a member of Mötley Crüe, he has released 20 albums (studio, compilations, and live), six of which have sold more than one million copies each. He has also had a successful solo career and is the founder of the rap-metal band Methods of Mayhem, which he helped start.

Music career

With Van Halen and Quiet Riot as well as other new bands, Suite 19 was a regular at clubs on the Sunset Strip in LA in the late 1970s. He met bassist Nikki Sixx, whose bands Sister and later London played the same places as his own band. Sixx was putting together a theatrical band that drew a lot from Sister’s mix of occult imagery with a theatrical heavy metal performance. Lee was a big fan of his drumming. During this time, Lee dropped his last name and became known as T-bone because of his 6′ 212′′ height and lean body. When London finally broke up in 1981, Lee and Sixx decided to start a new band together, so they did. Mick Mars, a guitarist, joined the band soon after. During high school, Lee told the other members of the group about Vince Neil, a singer he had met on the side. Neil soon joined the group, and Mötley Crüe was born.

Mötley Crüe

During the 1980s, Mötley Crüe quickly gained a lot of fans. The band released its first album, Too Fast for Love, in 1981 on its own independent label (Leathür Records). Elektra Records signed the band soon after, re-releasing their debut in 1982. A string of hits followed: Shout at the Devil (1983), Theatre of Pain (1985), Girls, Girls and Girls (1987), and Dr. Feelgood (1989) made the band one of the biggest hard rock and metal groups of the 1980s.

During his drum solos at concerts, Lee used a lot of interesting tricks, like having his whole drum set spin and rotate, or having the whole thing float above the crowd as he played. He was known for mooning the crowd almost every time he played a show, which made people laugh. The band was known for its sexy behaviour both on and off stage, and they often took a lot of drugs, like cocaine, heroin, pills, and alcohol.

When Lee reunited with the original Mötley Crüe line-up in 2004, he released a double-disc anthology album called Red, White & Crüe, which went quadruple-platinum. To support the album, the band went on their first tour in six years, called the Red, White & Crüe Tour 2005: Better Live Than Dead. They came in at number eight on the list of the most profitable concerts of the year. If you look at Billboard Boxscore, it played 81 shows and made US$33 million in ticket sales.

Real Estate

It was Feb. 14, 1995, and Tommy paid $837,886 for a house in the hills of Malibu that year. His new home will be like this one. He and Pamela Anderson will soon be living there too! In fact, they got married just a few days after he bought this house. They were on a beach in Mexico when they did. They settled into the house when they came back from Mexico and began a major renovation. This is how it worked: It was in their garage. There was a safe in which they kept the white bikini she wore when they got married, a lot of guns, and other things. and their home video sex tape.

An electrician named Rand Gauthier came up with a plan to steal the safe from the garage in October 1995 as a way to get back at Tommy for not paying a $20-30,000 bill. Later, Rand began to bring people into the home.

During an episode of “MTV Cribs” that aired in 2000, this Malibu home was shown around. When Tommy sold the house in 2005, he got $2.5 million for it. Home: This is what it would look like if it was sold later:

We’re sorry to say that the Malibu mansion had to be completely destroyed by fire in November 2019. Tommy went to the house after the fire and took a lot of pictures and a video. He put them on Instagram.

Lee put his Calabasas, California home on the market in late May 2018. It was worth $4.65 million. The 10,000-square-foot home has six bedrooms and eight bathrooms, as well as an atrium with waterfalls inside and a glass roof that can be opened and closed. The home also has a koi pond, a stone saltwater spa, and a saltwater piano-shaped pool in the back yard, too. Full gym, home theatre, wine room, second kitchen, and outdoor area for entertaining are also there. There are also barbecues, fire pits, and torch lights in the outdoor area. Lee turned the 13-car garage into a studio where he could record. He had already put the house on the market for $6 million in 2016.

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