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|Birth date:||January 22, 1965|
|Birth place:||Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.|
|Profession:||American musician, Composer, Actor|
|Education:||Pasadena City College|
|Spouse:||Carolina Ferreira (m. 2002)|
|Parents:||Melvin Adler, Deanna Adler|
|Siblings:||Kenny Adler, Jamie Adler|
|Music groups:||Guns N' Roses, Hollywood Rose, Adler's Appetite, Adler, Road Crew, Enuff Z'Nuff, BulletBoys, Vain|
|Movies:||Bob and the Monster, Dahmer vs. Gacy, Guns N' Roses: November Rain in Paradise City|
|TV shows:||Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew, Celebrity Rehab Presents Sober House, Do It For the Band: Women of the Sunset Strip|
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Steven Adler Net Worth $15 Million
American musician,Steven Adler has an estimated net worth of $15 million. Original Guns N’ Roses drummer, Steven Adler, gets the dubious distinction of being the very first member of the band to have been fired by singer/leader Axl Rose (touching off a trend that would continue until Rose was the only remaining original member left in attendance from the late ’90s). Created January 22, 1965, in Cleveland, OH, Adler was entirely self-educated in the instrument, inspired by such ’70s hard rockers as Kiss and Aerosmith. After relocating to the la area, Adler befriended a fellow musician, Saul Hudson, who’d eventually embrace the nickname Slash — as the duet formed a musical bond and played together in an outfit called Road Crew (named after a Motrhead tune).
In 1990, Adler was fired from the group (replaced by former Cult drummer Matt Sorum), and slid even deeper into drug abuse, causing such health conditions as a heart attack plus a set of strokes. Adler has made several attempts at re entering the rock world since his exit from G N’ R, with such obscure outfits as Freaks in the area and a new version of Road Crew, in addition to a brief bout as the drummer for ’80s Van Halen-disciples the Bulletboys. Adler’s largest publicity during the ’90s wasn’t musically established, nonetheless — as he successfully sued G N’ R for “wrongful termination,” as well as doing jail time for assaulting two girls (in individual cases). From the early 21st century, Adler was supposedly at work on a novel detailing his tenure with Guns N’ Roses (with a working title of No Bed of Roses), playing shows with different L.A. groups, and trying to get the ball rolling for a reunion of the first Firearms lineup.