Rob Zombie has an impressive amount of net worth which is $50 million. He has been contributing to the music industry since 1985 as a singer, songwriter, drummer, and composer.
His real name is Robert Bartleh Cummings and is also known as "Rob Straker". Zombie is the founder of the heavy metal band, "White Zombie". Apart from music, he is a voice actor, screenwriter, producer, film producer, and director.
Let's have a look at the below paragraphs to know more about his income source.
Earning from Albums
Rob Zombie is making a hefty amount of income from his music career. In 1985, he co-founded the band, "White Zombie" and released their studio album "Soul-Crusher" in 1987. The band owns a record label, "Silent Explosion" and released other numerous albums such as "Make Them Die Slowly", "La Sexorcisto: Devil Music Volume One", "Astro-Creep: 2000 - Songs of Love", and so on.
After that, he released solo albums and worked with artists, including Charlie Clouser. His albums are "Hellbilly Deluxe", "The Sinister Urge", "The Electric Warlock Acid...", "Venomous Rat Regeneration Vendor", and "Past, Present & Future". The singer has worked with many artists Mike Riggs, John Tempesta, Blasko, Tommy Clufetos, and many others.
Income from Television and Film Industry
The musician has earned an impressive amount of income from the television and film industry. In 1986, he debut from the series "Pee-wee's Playhouse" as a production assistant. After that Rob worked as a director, writer, producer, actor, and voice artist. In 2003, worked on three projects like "House of 1000 Corpses", "Spider-Man: The New Animated Series", and "Justice League".
Then appeared in numerous series and film, including "Slither", "Halloween", "Werewolf Woman of the SS", "3 from Hell", "CBI: Miami", "Justice League", "Mr. Pickles", and so on. He directed the films such as "The Devil's Rejects", "The Haunted World of El Souperbeasto", "31", "The Zombie Horror Picture Show", and many more.
In May 2021, it was announced that Zombie will work with the artists John 5, Nikki Sixx, and Tommy Cliufetos, the band called "L.A. Rats". They worked on their debut track, a cover of "I've Been Everywhere", which is from the soundtrack to the Liam Neeson film "The Ice Road".
The millionaire musician, Rob Zombie bought a lavish house in the Hollywood Hills in 2016 for which he dropped $2.5 million. Currently, the singer owned a 5,000 square-foot mansion and living with his family.
Before it, in 1999 he purchased a $1.8 million home in Los Angeles. In 2014, it was kept for sale which sold in the cast for $3.555 million in the profit of $1.755 million.
"White Zombie" band member, Rob Straker has been involved in social works. He has done charity work with "Puppy Rescue Mission Charity". He is a supporter of "PETA" and was once thanked by the organization for his realistic portrayal of the link between adolescent animal abuse and psychopathy in his remake of "Halloween".
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