Robert Alan Deal famous as Mick Mars is an American singer and the co-founder of the world known band Motley Crue. Mars, who is the Lead vocalist for Motley Crue has a massive net worth of $40 million.
Let's find some more interesting things about Mick Mars' net worth right here!
How Did Mick Mars Earn His Net Worth?
Singer Mick Mars has a whopping $40 million net worth earned as a lead vocalist of one of the world's most famous bands Motley Crue and also from his solo musical career and side projects.
Earning As Singer
The Dr. Feelgood singer started his singing career as the band member of Motley Crue in 1981 back when he was dating Alice N Thunderland's Back Vocalist Emi Canyn.
In 1989, they released another album named Dr. Feelgood, which sold 6 million copies in the U.S. from which they earned a massive worth of $9 million.
Then in 1991, the band released a compilation album Decade of Decadence which sold 2 million 80 thousand copies in the U.S. collecting $3.12 million back then.
Earning As Producer
Beside being a world known singer, Mars also has worked as a producer. So far, he has produced a short documentaries Motley Crue: All Excess Areas, Mötley Crüe: Cruefest 2.
Then in 2019, he co-produced Biography, Comedy, Drama movie 'The Dirt' based on the band member's struggle and journey to fame in collaboration with Netflix.
Earning as Author
The 'Girls, Girls, Girls' singer is also an author. He has published a book named 'The Dirt: Confessions of the World's Most Notorious Rock Band' on July 9, 2002.
The book costs $14.43 in Kindle and $21.49 per hardcover copy in Amazon. Additionally, The Dirt's audio book is available in Amazon for $28.12.
Who Is The Richest Member Of Motley Crue?
The band Motley Crue has four-member: Nikki Sixx, Tommy Lee, Vince Neil, and Mick Mars. Tommy Lee is the richest Motley Crue member as he is worth $70 million, then Vince Neil is in the second position with a total asset of $50 million, Nikki Sixx is $5 million behind Vince and Mick Mars is $5 million behind Vince with a net worth of $40 million.
Had A Hip Replacement Surgery
When Mars was 19 years old he was diagnosed with ankylosing spondylitis (AS), which fuses bones in the spine that cause the person with immobility, and chronic pain.
As he grew up, Mars's pain gradually starting increasing. Then in the mid-'90s the band started falling apart as Vince Neil left the group, Tommy Lee also took a few years break, and Mars was fighting his disease.
Later the singer underwent a successful hip replacement surgery and returned to re-unite the band. A successful hip replacement surgery may cost up to $52,000 or more.