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Lou Reed Net Worth

Lou Reed Net Worth

How rich is Lou Reed?

Lou Reed Net Worth:
$15 Million

Birth date: March 2, 1942, Brooklyn, New York City, New York, United States
Death date: October 27, 2013, Southampton, New York, United States
Birth place: Brooklyn
Height:5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
Profession: Musician, Songwriter, Singer, Record producer, Singer-songwriter, Photographer, Guitarist, Actor, Voice Actor, Film Score Composer
Education: Syracuse University
Nationality: United States of America
Spouse: Laurie Anderson (m. 2008–2013), Sylvia Morales (m. 1980–1994), Betty Reed (m. 1973–1973)
Parents: Sidney Joseph Reed, Toby Reed, Walk On The Wild Side, Perfect Day, Satellite of Love
Awards: Grammy Hall of Fame, Grammy Award for Best Music Film, Walk On The Wild Side, Perfect Day, Satellite of Love
Music groups: The Velvet Underground, Metal Machine Trio, Walk On The Wild Side, Perfect Day, Satellite of Love
Nominations: MTV Video Music Award for Best Male Video, NME Award for Hero of the Year, Grammy Award for Best Male Rock Vocal Performance, Kerrang! Villain of the Year Award, Walk On The Wild Side, Perfect Day, Satellite of Love
Movies: Permanent Record, Faraway, So Close!, Blue in the Face, Prozac Nation, Hubert Selby Jr: It/ll Be Better Tomorrow, Arthur and the Revenge of Maltazard, Beautiful Darling, Arthur 3: The War of the Two Worlds, Red Shirley, Brilliant Moon: Glimpses of Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche, A Night with Lou Reed, The Best of Sessions at West 54th: Vol. 2, Lou Reed: Spanish Fly: Live in Spain, Velvet Underground: Velvet Redux Live MCMXCIII, The Velvet Underground: Under Review

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Lou Reed Net Worth $14 Million

American rock musician, songwriter, and photographer,Lou Reed comes with an estimated net worth of $14 million. Yet his catalogue is extremely inconsistent, in both quality and stylistic orientation. Few would deny Reed’s immense significance and considerable accomplishments, yet. As has often been written, he expanded the vocabulary of rock & roll lyrics into the formerly forbidden terrain of kinky sex, drug use (and abuse), decadence, transvestites, homosexuality, and suicidal depression. As has been pointed out less frequently, he stayed (and stays) dedicated to using rock & roll as a forum for literary, mature expression nicely into middle age, without developing lyrically soft or musically complacent. By and large, he’s taken on these challenging obligations with uncompromising honesty and a high level of realism. For all these reasons, he’s frequently cited as punk’s most significant ancestor. It is frequently overlooked, though, that he’s equally proficient at celebrating intimate joy, and rock & roll itself, as he’s at depicting harrowing urban realities.

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