Bob Dylan
Bob Dylan
Celebrated Name: Bob Dylan
Real Name/Full Name: Bob Dylan
Gender: Male
Age: 83 years old
Birth Date: 24 May 1941
Birth Place: Duluth, Minnesota, United States
Nationality: American
Height: 1.70 m
Weight: 63 kg
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Marital Status: Divorced
Wife/Spouse (Name): Carolyn Dennis (m. 1986–1992), Sara Dylan (m. 1965–1977)
Children: Yes (Jakob Dylan, Jesse Dylan, Maria Dylan, Desiree Gabrielle Dennis-Dylan, Sam Dylan, Anna Dylan)
Profession: American singer-songwriter, author, and visual artist
Net Worth in 2024: $200 million
Last Updated: July 2024

Bob Dylan is a popular singer-songwriter from America, who is one of the most influential figures in music across the world. He is also a painter and author who have been awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature. He has been active in his career for over five decades and has released a number of albums. Dylan is also a multi-instrumentalist and plays harmonica, guitar, and keyboards.

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Early Life

Bob Dylan was born as “Robert Allen Zimmerman” in Duluth, Minnesota, on May 24, 1941. He is the son of Abram Zimmerman and Beatrice “Beatty” Stone.

He went to Hibbing High School and formed several bands when he was in school. He was interested in music when he was very young. He used to perform in various clubs during his teens.

Personal Life

In 1965, Bob Dylan got married to Sarah Dylan. The couple had four children named Jesse Byron, Jakob Luke, Samuel Isaac Abram, and Anna Lea. They divorced in 1977. From 1986 to 1992, he was married to Carolyn Dennis. They have a daughter together. He has one more child.

Dylan was also in a romantic relationship with Suze Rotolo and Joan Baez. He converted to Christianity in the 1970s.

Age, Height, and Weight

Being born on 24 May 1941, Bob Dylan is 83 years old as of today’s date 20th July 2024. His height is 1.70 m tall, and his weight is 63 kg.


In 1962, Bob Dylan released his self-titled debut album. He then released ‘The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan, ’ which became a platinum album. In the 1960s, he released the albums ‘The Times They Are a-Changin’’, Another Side of Bob Dylan’, ‘Bringing It All Back Home,’ ‘Highway 61 Revisited’, ‘Blonde on Blonde,’ ‘John Wesley Harding’ and ‘Nashville Skyline.’

Dylan’s album ‘Self Portrait’ was released in 1970. In the same year, he released ‘New Morning.’ This was followed by the albums ‘Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid’, ‘Dylan,’ ‘Planet Waves,’ ‘Blood on the Tracks,’ ‘The Basement Tapes,’ ‘Desire,’ ‘Street-Legal,’ and ‘Slow Train Coming.’

In 1980, Dylan released ‘Saved.’ Other albums from the 1980s include ‘Shot of Love,’ ‘Infidels,’ ‘Empire Burlesque,’ ‘Knocked Out Loaded,’ ‘Down in the Groove,’ and ‘Oh Mercy.’ In the 1990s, he released ‘Under the Red Sky,’ ‘World Gone Wrong,’ and ‘Time Out of Mind.’

He has also released many albums in the 2000s and 2010s like ‘Modern Times,’ ‘Together Through Life,’ ‘Tempest,’ ‘Shadows in the Night,’ and ‘Fallen Angels.’ His most recent album, ‘Triplicate,’ was released in 2017. Dylan has also released 85 singles, 14 compilation albums, and 13 live albums.

Awards & Achievements

In 2000, Bob Dylan won the Academy Award in the category of ‘Best Original Song.’ He is also the winner of the 2000 Golden Globe Awards and has won the GMA Dove Award in 1980. He is the winner of 11 Grammy Awards. In 1988, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. He has won several honors, including Polar Music Prize, Presidential Medal of Freedom, Tom Paine Award, Prince of Asturias Award, and National Medal of Arts.

Net Worth & Salary of Bob Dylan in 2024

Bob Dylan Net Worth
Bob Dylan Net Worth

As of July 2024, Bob Dylan’s estimated net worth is more than $200 million. He inherited this wealth from the sale of his albums. He has released 38 studio albums, 29 tribute albums, 22 box sets, and 26 EPs. Additionally, his wealth also comes from writing songs. He is also an author and has written several books like ‘Tarantula,’ ‘The Nobel Lecture,’ ‘The Lyrics: Since 1962’, and ‘Lyrics.’ He has also written art books like ‘Drawn Blank,’ ‘The Brazil Series,’ ‘Bob Dylan: Face Value,’ and ‘The Beaten Path.’

Bob Dylan is one of the most renowned singers in the world. He is known as one of the most influential figures in the 20th century. He is also a visual artist and has released books on drawings. His lyrics include the influences of literary, social, and philosophical. In June 1988, he commenced the Never-Ending Tour.


  1. That’s our bob. He has been the backdrop of our life, and every time he turns a corner, flips the page or changes the subject we smile and hold our breath as his work speaks to us or baffles us or just plain leaves us speechless. It seems if we don’t get it immediately, as we age or turn to dust we also figure out how to understand that period and often it helps us understand the broader world around us, or not. Sometimes I just smile to know Bob has been on the same journey. It has been a pleasure living in this era and it has been a pleasure being entertained by Bob’s songs. It is almost adios time.

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  2. Bob Dylan is a truly unique personality and a great artist–timely yet timeless, extraordinarily singular, yet able to touch the hearts and souls of every man and women. The phenomena of Mr. Dylan’s genius is a miracle and a mystery–humanity at its best. I pray it always will be.

  3. they call this ma lucky ,i don,t understand why
    lucky to me is someone , who just gets them self by
    hes been around so long ..and writting many great songs
    to call this man lucky ,,,to me it just seems wrong
    lucky this guy ain,t ,,,you don,t to be a saint
    to relise lucky he ain,t

  4. I started listening to Bob back in 69/70 in my junior high school. I had some teachers that were hippies. Been a fan ever since. Some of the same teachers would let us play Cheech and Chong. What a great time!


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