Michael Bolton Net Worth

Michael Bolton is an American Singer-Songwriter. Michael Bolton Net Worth according to the 2022 updates is around $80 Million. Explore more about Michael Bolton‘s earning, income, salary, career and other details. His yearly income 8 million and monthly income 0.75 million.

Michael Bolton Full name Michael Bolton Anna Daddario. His nick Name was Michael Bolton. Michael Bolton now 70 Years old .

Michael Bolton Father NA  and his Mother NA.

Michael Bolton Spouse  was  Maureen McGuire . He has three kids.

He was born in 26 February 1953  in New Heven, Connecticut, United states of america.

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Bolton began his music career in 1975, initially using his family name Bolotin professionally. His early career was dominated by his activities with Blackjack, a hard rock band that once opened for Ozzy Osbourne while he was on tour. He then started using the last name “Bolton” and focused on songwriting. His first major hit as a songwriter was “How Am I Supposed to Live Without You,” which was written for Laura Branigan.

Michael reached his peak as an “easy listening” singer throughout the late 80s and early 90s, releasing hits like “(Sittin’ On) the Dock of the Bay.” He covered another classic with “Georgia on My Mind,” which also charted well. In 1991, Bolton released the album “Time, Love & Tenderness,” which contained the Grammy-winning hit “When a Man Loves a Woman.”

Michael Bolton has made a number of acting appearances over the years. Many of these have been in cameo roles, such as in “Meet Wally Sparks” and “Two and a Half Men.” He was also a contestant for the eleventh season of “Dancing with the Stars.”

In addition, Bolton has emerged as an established director. He directed the film “American Dream: Detroit,” which was a documentary that highlighted the economic comeback of Detroit. The documentary featured interviews with several entertainment and business leaders within the city, such as Francis Ford Coppola, Aretha Franklin, Alice Cooper, and Jerry Bruckheimer.