In Britain, success is synonymous with Gary Barlow. He is a singer, songwriter, and television personality, famous for being the lead singer of the band “Take That.” Barlow has over 13 number-one singles and 24 top-ten hits. He has judged several talent shows including The X Factor UK, Walk The Line and Let it Shine. He is an Officer of the British Empire and has sold over 50 million records worldwide.
As of 2022, Gary Barlow's net worth is estimated to be $105 million.
|Net Worth||$105 million|
|Famous Name||Gary Barlow|
|Source(s) of Fame||Singer, Songwriter, Actor, Television Personality|
|Date of Birth||January 20, 1971|
|Place of Birth||Frodsham, Cheshire, England|
|Relationships||Married, Dawn Andrews, Since 2000|
Gary Barlow was born to Colin and Marjorie Barlow on January 20, 1971, in Frodsham, Cheshire, England. He got his education from Weaver Wave Primary School and Frodsham High School. As a child, he was passionate about music and dancing and describes asking for a keyboard for Christmas. At the age of 15, he took a part in BBC’s Pebble Mill at One Christmas singing competition and reached the semi-finals. He went on to perform at pubs and bars before being selected as the lead singer of “Take That.”
As the lead singer of “Take That,” Gary Barlow’s first number-one hit was “Pray” for which he also received an Ivor Novello Award. His debut album “Take That & Party” was ranked No.2 in the UK. He followed this with his second and third album, “Everything Changes” and “Nobody Else” respectively. He focused on his solo career after that, releasing hits like “Love Won’t Wait” and “Forever Love.” He produced other artists’ work between 2000 and 2004.
Take That came back together for a brief time, with their single “Patience” topping charts across Europe. He even sang a duet with his bandmate Robbie Williams called “Shame” that received unprecedented success. He wrote an autobiography “My Take” that chronicles his journey with Take That. He has judged many talent shows including “The X factor” and “Let It Shine”
His charity work has garnered much praise for him with Queen Elizabeth II making him an Officer of The British Empire for his services to the music industry and for his charity work.
Gary Barlow got married to dancer Dawn Andrews in 2000 and the couple has three children together: Daniel, Emily, and Daisy. One of his daughters, Poppy, was stillborn over which Barlow was devastated. He has written an autobiography “My Take” in which he describes being a fan of Liverpool FC, Warrington Wolves, and New York Knicks.
He has expressed his support for the Conservatives Party, endorsing their campaign to promote music among young people and performing at one of the campaign’s events. In 2012, he was involved in a tax avoidance controversy after investing money in a music industry investment scheme for which he issued a public apology.
Gary Barlow’s official website is where he sells his record albums and associated merchandise online. He has 843k followers on his Instagram account that features many aesthetic videos of his performances. His Twitter account has 4.1 million followers and he is currently promoting his new single “The Dream of Christmas” on that platform. He has 1.6 million followers on Facebook and 424k subscribers on his Youtube account.
Gary Barlow is a living legend for his music and charity work. As a member of Take That, he has delivered thirteen number-one hits and received multiple awards for his singing and songwriting. As a solo artist, he has been called “the next George Michael.” His work on television as a judge is stupendous and has amassed for him a net worth of $105 million.