Meat Loaf
Meat Loaf
Celebrated Name: Meat Loaf
Real Name/Full Name: Michael Lee Aday
Gender: Male
Age: 73 years old
Birth Date: 27 September 1947
Birth Place: Dallas, Texas, United States
Nationality: American
Height: 1.79 m
Weight: 95 kg
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Marital Status: Married
Wife/Spouse (Name): Deborah Gillespie (m. 2007), Leslie Aday(m. 1979–2001)
Children: Yes (Pearl Aday, Amanda Aday)
Dating/Girlfriend
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Profession: American rock singer and actor
Net Worth in 2021: $50 million
Last Updated: September 2021

Meat Loaf or Michael Lee Aday is a Grammy award winner famous musician, songwriter, singer, record producer as well as an actor. He is worldwide famous for his Bat out of Hell trilogy albums. Bat out of the Hell stayed on the top chart for almost nine years.

Maybe you know about Meat Loaf very well But do you know how old and tall is he and what is his net worth in 2021? If you do not know, We have prepared this article about details of Meat Loaf’s short biography-wiki, career, professional life, personal life, today’s net worth, age, height, weight, and more facts. Well, if you’re ready, let’s start.

Early Life

He was given this name by his father. His father called him meat. Marvin Lee Aday was born on 27th September in 1947. He was born in Texas. His father was a Dallas police officer Ovis Wesley Aday and his mother Wilma Artie was a school teacher. He was the only child of his parents. His father was a drunkard. So, he often stayed with Charlsee Norrod, his grandmother.

The troubled life, however, could not distract him from his ambition. He went to Thomas Jefferson High School. He graduated from there in 1965. He started acting when he was in high school. He attended Lubbock Christian College, and from there he was transferred to the North Texas State University. In 1967 he reached Los Angeles. There he got the job of a bouncer. After a while, he started his own band Meat Loaf and Soul.

Age, Height, and Weight

Being born on 27 September 1947, Meat Loaf is 73 years old as of today’s date 19th September 2021. His height is 1.79 m tall, and weight is 95 kg.

Career

His band played their first gig in Huntington Beach. They released their single “Once Upon a Time”. He found success in theatre with Hair. His film The Rocky Horror Picture Show achieved huge success. In 1977 he released his album Bat out of Hell. Around 34 million copies were sold worldwide. He appeared in movies like Roadie, Wayne’s world, Black Dog and Fight Club.

Awards and achievements:

Meat loaf was appreciated several times in forms of various awards. In 1993 he won a Grammy Award for Best Rock Solo Performance. In 1994 he won Danish Music Award for Bat out of Hell II in the category International Album of the Year. In the same year, he won Brit Award for Best Selling Single and Album both. Again that very year he also won Echo Award of Best International Rock/Pop Male Artist. He also won NMW Award for the Worst single in 1994 for his song I’d do anything (but I won’t do it).

Net Worth & Salary of Meat Loaf in 2021

Meat Loaf Net Worth
Meat Loaf Net Worth

As of September 2021, The estimated net worth of this famous actor, singer and musician is $50 million. He is one of the best selling American artists. He accumulated his most of his net worth from his works as a musician and from his acting works in television and in movies. He worked under platinum records like Cleveland International, Epic, RCA, Mercury, and a virgin. He started his music career with his own band. He appeared in The Rocky Horror Picture Show and Wayne’s World and Fight Club.

In 1984 he changed his name Marvin to Michael. He is a huge baseball fan and supports the New York Yankees. He also supports a football team of England, Hartlepool United. At the Bearsville studio, he met his future wife Leslie g. Edmonds. She already had a daughter from her previous marriage, Pearl. The couple got divorced in 2001. After six years in 2007, he married Deborah Gillespie. He is not registered with any political party officially.

2 COMMENTS

  1. ” I’d do anything (but I won’t do it)”.
    Worst single award, yeah, I believe that, since that song doesn’t exists.
    “I’d do anything for love (but I won’t do that)” however… is a puzzling thing for me.
    but meh… different taste.

  2. Michael – you are one of the GREAT ones /
    I am also a HUGE New York Yankee fan, as was my father /
    They WON again last night /
    I was also born in 1947 and doing GREAT /

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