Brian McFadden has an estimated net worth of $18 million. As a singer, songwriter, and musician, Brian McFadden amassed a sizable fortune.
Pop and soft rock are his genres.
Education and Early Childhood Development
Returning to his early years, the singer was born Brian Nicholas McFadden on April 12, 1980, in Dublin, Ireland. His parent’s occupation, early childhood memories, and family background are all unknown. His parents are Brendan and Mairead McFadden.
Susan McFadden, his sister, went to Dublin’s Billie Barry Stage School with him. Since he was a toddler, he has always been small and overweight. When he was younger, McFadden was always interested in dance, singing, and football. He is a guitarist as well as a pianist.
|Full Name||Brian Nicholas McFadden|
|Date of birth||12 April 1980|
|Profession||Singer-songwriter, television presenter|
|Active Year||1998- Present|
|Hair color||Dyed Blonde|
|Spouse||Kerry Katona(m. 2002; div. 2006), Vogue Williams(m. 2012; separated 2015)|
|Height||6 feet 2 inches|
|Education||Billie Barry Stage School|
|Online Presence||Twitter, Facebook, Myspace|
|Net Worth||$ 18 million|
Brian left the band in 2004 and signed with Sony BMG as a solo artist, releasing his debut solo album later that year. His album “Irish Son” wasn’t as well-received as Westlife’s, but his single “Almost Here” – a duet with Delta Goodrem – topped the Australian and Irish charts and went platinum in Australia, boosting his net worth significantly.
After a disagreement with Sony BMG agents over the direction his music career was headed, Brian left the label and founded BMF Records. His second album, “Set in Stone,” was published through his record company, but the single “Like Only a Woman Can,” which reached No. 13 on the charts, led to an arrangement with Universal Music Australia. He kept making music, and in 2010 he published his third album, “Wall of Soundz,” which had successes like “Just Say So,” a duet with Kevin Rudolf that went platinum in Australia, and “Chemical Rush,” which reached No. 12.
Brian’s most recent album, “The Irish Connection,” was released in 2013, and it was a cover album of popular Irish songs that made Brian fall in love with the music of his homeland, but it failed to chart, reaching just No. 75 in Ireland and No. 66 in Australia.
Brian has since shifted his focus to his television career, serving as a judge on “Australia’s Got Talent” from 2010 to 2012 and as a participant on “The Chase: Celebrity Special” in 2014, “The Chase: Text Santa Special” (2015), and “Catch: Celebrity Couples Special” in 2015. Brian’s net worth has risen as a result of his participation on the show “Who’s Doing the Dishes” (2014-2016), among many others.
McFadden Personal life
McFadden married Kerry Katona of the Atomic Kitten in Rathfeigh, County Meath, Ireland on January 5, 2002. They have two daughters. They got divorced in 2006.
In 2004, McFadden began dating Australian singer Delta Goodrem, with whom he wrote the duet “Almost Here.” They were engaged until 2011 when their engagement terminated.
In Florence, Italy, he married Vogue Williams, an Irish model, in 2012. After separating in 2015, they divorced in 2017.
McFadden was fined £450 and banned from driving for six months after accumulating 12 penalty points for four different speeding charges in 2018.
McFadden proposed to PE instructor Danielle Parkinson in December 2019 after three years of dating. In November of 2020, McFadden and Parkinson revealed their pregnancy. They had their first child on May 16, 2021.
As an Irish singer-songwriter, Brian McFadden has an estimated net worth of $18 million. Brian McFadden made a considerable fortune as a singer, songwriter, and musician. His favorite music genres are pop and soft rock.