If you are looking forward to seeing the movie The Dirt, then you should be well aware of Mötley Crüe bassist and pianist Frank Carlton Serafino Feranna Jr. better known as Nikki Sixx, who is worth $45 million.
His story straight up tells how a bunch of fallout boys went on to become one of the monumental rockers, in the history of heavy metal and hard rock. Here we have it's bassist Frank Carlton's earnings and possessions, earned as a musician, writer, producer, touring artist, actor, and what not! So, stay put and let to know one of the most successful heavy-metal band's front man's life-earnings here!
Band Has Sold Over 100 million Copies Of Records
The Band after its formation first struggled for recolonization, from various local pubs, and departure of drummers time and again, Crue was first unable to reach its full potentiol as their genera was completely new to people in the 80s, they first tried to sell their debut album Too Fast for Love, and they have recalled selling T's and record from the back of a touring van!
But it wasn't until they signed an actual record label Elektra Records, they got famous! With Elektra they re-recorded their debut project and it all started from there.
After, their first album they recorded Theatre of Pain in 1985, Girls, Girls, Girls in 1987, and Dr. Feelgood in 1989. The band really blue up with Dr. Feelgood and it staying in the charts for 114 weeks, which is the all time rock record for billboard 100 chart.
They went on to sell 30 million copies of Dr. Feelgood and then all their former project got recognized, so far they have sold over 100 million copies of their records, worldwide.
Normally their single record is sold at $12 to $15, so the band easily made over 1.2 billion from their 100 million copies of record they sold, kept aside compilation albums and tours.
Two Best Selling Books
Sixx also has published two New York times best seller books and made over 30 million in royalties. His second book The Dirt is now made into a movie, which is a witty comedy and story of their band's success but no matter how much he earned, Sixx has been a notorious man, tangled into acid, drugs, and controversies and has blew up some heavy cash to make up for his bad decisions.
So, despite piling up millions and millions, Sixx is now at $45 million worth where as most of his crew members are above the line of $50 million, in worth. However, his 2011's picture and story compilation book, This is gonna hurt, wasn't as successful as his previous books.
Nikki Sixx Net Worth
So, that brings us to the topic of Nikki Sixx's net worth, here! The rockstar lives in super extravaganza, and enjoys every fruit the life has to offer. His current net worth is around $45 million, which is about to boom up once his movie makes it to the Big-screen, likewise the band's lead Mick Mars is $5 million below Sixx, and has $40 million net worth as of 2020.
He also has done 7 and been a subject of total of 27 movies. Among them, This Is Spinal Tap (1984), Sid and Nancy (1986), The Doors (1991) Rock Star 2001, Ray 2004 Jersey Boys 2014, are some of his memorable contributions. His upcoming big screen movie doesn't feature Sixx but he is well into production of the movie and his part will be played by Douglas Booth.
Sixx lived his life in the fast lane and was one of the notorious rockstars, surrounded with wild parties, heavy drugs, and girls. He had a home in Casablanca, which was sold for $2.4 million, to buy another home in Westlake Village for $4.125 million.
His current mansion sits on an impressive 1,2 acres of manicured gardens is situated the 10,000-square-foot single-story home. Ceilings, large dining spaces, a family room with a wet bar and wide loggias make the home suitable for entertainment.
The pool is fitted with a spa as well as a master suite for Sixx and his wife. There are showers, an indoor area and an external shower in the pool cabana as well. The home further features 8 bed rooms and six full baths.
Loves Collecting Cars
Nikki has a mixed taste in cars, some of his cars are old fashioned vintage pride cars from good old American Ford models and some are fast running Italian Ferraries. More over he still has his 70's roofless GT Models and some old Blackhawks which he spins every now and then.
Basically, his garage isn't any less than an museum. He made headlines just for painting his old fleet of cars, so you can imagine Sixx should have some cars.
Figuratively speaking, the head band and snakeskin rocker has spent well over a few million in cars only. So, Sixx is definately living the life of a rock-star, end of the conversation!