Gary Barlow OBE is an English singer, songwriter, record producer, actor, and television personality, today we look at his net worth and lifestyle.
GARY BARLOW NET WORTH – $105,000,000
|NAME: Gary Barlow|
|BIRTHDAY: 20th January 1971|
|COUNTRY OF BIRTH: United Kingdom|
|SOURCE OF WEALTH: Singing|
|PLACE OF RESIDENCE: West Oxfordshire, United Kingdom|
Born in Frodsham, Cheshire, Gary Barlow attended Weaver Vale Primary School and moved on to Frodsham High School in 1982.
His love of music began at an early age, often dancing in front of the TV and listening to 70’s and 80’s pop music as a teenager.
He received a keyboard one Christmas and taught himself how to play his favourite songs with Elton John as a main influence.
His first recorded single, “Love Is In The Air” was recorded Wigan show business agent Barry Woolley and never released commercially.
He later met casting agent Nigel Martin-Smith who was looking to start a boyband at the time.
Named Delamere Manor, Gary Barlow’s former home is located in Cheshire and covers over 100 acres of picturesque Cheshire countryside.
The home has become a wedding venue and includes a six-acre lake, jetty and vast lawns.
Once owned by the powerful powerful Wilbraham family, the home features a retractable roof, south-facing Terrace and magnificent Garden Folly.
Barlow joined Take That in 1989 and wrote the majority of the group’s songs while also being recognised as the lead singer of the group.
Initially signed to RCA records, they secured a number of top 40 hits and Barlow’s “Pray” became the groups first number-one.
The groups second number one was “Everything Changes” and the group went on to produce a greatest hits collection with songs such as “Love Ain’t Here Anymore and It “Could Be Magic”.
Moving into a solo career, Gary Barlow was described as becoming the next George Michael and his first two solo singles hit number one in the UK.
His debut solo album, Open Road sold 2 million copies world-wide and he released his second LP, Twelve Months Eleven Days in 1999.
Barlow quit his career as a singer in late 1999 and would focus on family life for the next 6 years.
Returning to the spotlight in 2005, Barlow and several former band mates re-united for a sell out tour and their come-back single went straight to number one.
The band were nominated for four Brit Awards in 2008 and again went on tour in 2009, selling one million tickets in just five hours.
Between 2012 and 2014 he returned to his solo career and recorded a cover of “Here Comes The Sun” with promotional advertisements for Marks and Spencer.
He worked with Andrew Lloyd Webber to write the official Diamond Jubilee single for the Queen and helped composed the music to the song.
Gary Barlow embarked on his first full solo tour of the UK on the 15th October 2012 with tickets selling faster than those of the Rolling Stones.
More recently, Barlow has worked with a number of influential music artists including Leona Lewis, Michael Bublé and Sebastián Yatra.
He has had an extensive career in publishing that has seen him writing a book and run an independent publishing company to help support artists and songwriters.
Gary Barlow has owned a number of cars over the years including a 1988 Ford Fiesta, 1989 Ford Orion, 1998 Porsche 911 Carrera 4 and a 2010 London taxi.
One of his more expensive cars is the 2016 Range Rover SDV8 Autobiography and his dream car has always been the Mercedes-Maybach S 600.
Gary Barlow’s mother is Marjorie Barlow and his father was Colin Barlow.
He married dancer Dawn Andrews in 2000 and the couple have three children together including Daniel, Emily and Daisy with there fourth child, Poppy being stillborn.
Gary Barlow is friends with many people in the musical world including Robbie Williams, Simon Cowell and
He is also good friends with Howard Donald, Jason Orange, Mark Owen and Elton John.
Gary Barlow is a big fan of cooking and some of his favourite recipes include roast chicken pie and Cheshire Potato’s.
Barlow was honoured in the 2021 Queens Birthday Honours List and gained an OBE as a result.
He is a recipient of the prestigious Music Industry Trusts Award and has raised money for hundreds of charities while in November 2016, Barlow became a Patron for Child Bereavement.
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