Tommy Lee Net Worth
- As of 2022, Tommy Lee has a Net Worth of $70 Million Dollars.
- Tommy Lee listed his Calabasas, California house for $4.65 million in late May 2018.
- On February 14, 2018, Lee announced that he has proposed to his girlfriend Brittany Furlan. On February 14, 2019, they married a year later.
What is Tommy Lee’s Net Worth? (Updated 2022)
Tommy Lee is a musician and drummer from the United States with a net worth of $70 million. Tommy Lee is best known as a founding member of and drummer for Mötley Crüe. He has recorded 20 albums (studio, compilations, and live) with Mötley Crüe, six of which have gone platinum. Tommy also has a successful solo career and founded the rap-metal band Methods of Mayhem.
Tommy rose to international prominence in the 1990s as a result of his scandalous connection with actress Pamela Anderson. A home film shot by the couple while on their honeymoon in Mexico became a global phenomenon, inspiring many news stories, litigation, and a 2022 Hulu original series.
|Net Worth:||$70 Million|
|Date of Birth:||Oct 3, 1962 (60 years old)|
|Place of Birth:||Athens|
|Height:||6 ft 2 in (1.89 m)|
|Profession:||Film Score Composer, Musician, Disc jockey, Actor, Film Producer, Singer-songwriter, Drummer, Songwriter|
Tommy Lee was born Thomas Lee Bass on October 3, 1962 in Athens, Greece. His father was a sergeant in the United States Army. In 1960, his mother was crowned Miss Greece. He has an older sister, Athena. When Lee was around a year old, his family relocated to California. Lee obtained his first drum sticks when he was four years old. He received his first true drum kit as a youngster after discovering hard rock and heavy metal, particularly Kiss, Led Zeppelin, and Deep Purple. Lee was a drummer in his high school marching band until his senior year, when he dropped out to pursue his dream of playing in a rock band. In the early 1980s, Lee’s first band, Studio 19, performed on the Sunset Strip.
In the early 1980s, Lee’s first band, Studio 19, performed on the Sunset Strip. At a Studio 19 gig, Lee met future Mötley Crüe bandmate Nikki Sixx. Other unknown bands performing on the Sunset Strip at the time included Van Halen and Quiet Riot.
Nikki Sixx was aiming to start a band that would be very theatrical and specialize in heavy metal songs when Tommy Lee met her. Sixx felt he’d discovered his drummer when he saw Lee perform with Studio 19. Sixx persuaded Lee to leave Studio 19, and the two of them formed the foundation of Mötley Crüe. Mick Mars, the new band’s guitarist, soon joined.
Soon after, Mötley Crüe signed with Elektra Records, who reissued Too Fast For Love in 1982. Mötley Crüe had a succession of hit albums throughout the next decade, including Shout at the Devil (1983), Theatre of Pain (1985), Girls, Girls, Girls (1987), and Dr. Feelgood (1989).
During his drum solos, Lee was known to use a variety of special effects and stunts, including having his drum equipment float above the audience while he played. As featured in the 2019 Netflix film The Dirt, Tommy Lee and Mötley Crüe were infamous for their partying both on and offstage, as well as the excessive amounts of drugs and alcohol they drank.
In 1999, Lee formed Methods of Mayhem, a supergroup-style rap-metal band. That same year, the band released its debut album, Methods of Mayhem, and went on tour in support of the album. In 2002, Lee released his first solo album, Never a Dull Moment. The following year, Lee’s solo band was added to the roster of the heavy metal music festival Ozzfest.
Lee and the rest of Mötley Crüe’s original lineup reunited in 2004 to create Red, White, & Crüe, a double-CD anthology album. The band’s fans were excited for the new CD, which went quadruple platinum, and the band also embarked on a big tour to promote it.
The Red, White & Crüe Tour 2005: Better Live Than Dead was the band’s first tour in six years, with 81 performances.
In 2005, he starred in his own reality show, Tommy Lee Goes to College, in which he studied at the University of Nebraska and marched in the marching band. Tommyland, Lee’s autobiography, was released the same year, as was Tommyland: The Ride, his second solo album.
Mötley Crüe was set to perform a series of stadium gigs with Poison, Def Leppard, and Joan Jett and the Blackhearts in 2020, however the tour was canceled owing to the coronavirus epidemic.
Elaine Starchuk was Lee’s first wife, and they married in 1984. In 1985, they divorced.
Lee married actress Heather Locklear on May 10, 1986. In 1993, the couple divorced. Locklear later married Richie Sambora, the guitarist for Bon Jovi, with whom she has a daughter, Ava (born in 1997).
Lee was once engaged to model Bobbie Brown after divorcing Locklear.
Lee married Pamela Anderson on February 19, 1995. They had only met four days before. Brandon and Dylan are their two sons from their marriage. In 1998, the couple divorced.
Lee was sentenced to six months in county jail in 1998 after pleading no guilty to kicking Pamela Anderson when she was carrying their son Dylan.
Anderson allegedly refused to phone her parents and urge them not to come over to the family’s residence, and Lee then assaulted his wife. Lee and Anderson briefly reconnected after Lee was released from prison in 2001. Lee and Anderson reconciled briefly in 2008, even moving in together with their sons, but they split up again not long after.
From 2002 to 2003, Lee was engaged to Prince’s ex-wife Mayte Garcia.
Lee was booted out of the MTV Video Music Awards ceremony in September 2007 after a brawl with Kid Rock.
From 2014 to 2017, Lee was engaged to Greek-German singer Sofia Toufa.
Lee stated on February 14, 2018, that he has proposed to his girlfriend Brittany Furlan. They were married a year later on February 14, 2019.
Tommy paid $837,886 for a property in Malibu’s hills on February 14, 1995. This is the house he’ll be sharing with Pamela Anderson soon. They married on a beach in Mexico just a few days after he bought this house. cheval cheval cheval cheval cheval cheval cheval cheval cheval cheval cheval cheval cheval cheval cheval cheval cheval cheval cheval cheval cheval cheval cheval cheval cheval cheval cheval cheval cheval cheval cheval cheval cheval chevalgültig cheval cheval cheval cheval cheval cheval cheval cheval cheval They kept a huge safe in their garage. They kept the white bikini she wore to their wedding, a bunch of guns, some jewelry… in that safe. as well as their famed home video sex tape
In October 1995, a disgruntled electrician named Rand Gauthier devised an elaborate plan to take the safe from the garage in retaliation for an estimated $20-30,000 payment that Tommy refused to pay. Rand was the one who spread the word about the house to the populace.
This Malibu property was featured in a memorable episode of “MTV Cribs” that aired in 2000. Tommy sold the house for $2.5 million in 2005.
Unfortunately, the Malibu mansion was completely destroyed in a fire in November 2019. Tommy toured the home after the fire and posted several photos and a video on Instagram:
Tommy Lee listed his Calabasas, California house for $4.65 million in late May 2018. The 10,000-square-foot residence includes six bedrooms, eight bathrooms, and an atrium with indoor waterfalls and a retractable glass roof. A koi pond, a stone saltwater spa, and a saltwater piano-shaped pool round out the amenities. It also has a full gym, a home theater, a wine cellar, a second kitchen, and an outside gathering area with a BBQ, fires, and torch lighting. The 13-car garage was turned into a recording studio by Lee. He had previously listed the house for $6 million in 2016.