Pat Boone
Pat Boone
Celebrated Name: Pat Boone
Real Name/Full Name: Patrick Charles Eugene Boone
Gender: Male
Age: 90 years old
Birth Date: 1 June 1934
Birth Place: Jacksonville, Florida, United States
Nationality: American
Height: 1.71 m
Weight: 69 kg
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Marital Status: Divorced
Wife/Spouse (Name): Shirley Boone
m. 1953–2019
Children: Yes (Debby Boone, Cherry Boone, Laurey Boone, Linda Boone)
Profession: American singer, composer, actor, writer, television personality, motivational speaker, and spokesman
Net Worth in 2024: $55 million
Last Updated: July 2024

One of the greatest American singer Pat Bonne is also famous as a composer, writer, actor, motivational speaker, television personality, and spokesman.

Maybe you know about Pat Boone very well But do you know how old and tall is he, and what is his net worth in 2024? If you do not know, We have prepared this article about details of Pat Boone’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

Pat Boone, whose full name was Charles Eugene Patrick Boone, was born on 1st June 1934 in Jacksonville, Florida. He joined the high school in Nashville for a study where he was voted as the student body president. After completing the graduation, Boone married Sherley Foley, who was the daughter of big country star Red Foley.

After spending some time at Nashville’s David Lipscomb College, Pat was sent to North Texas State University. In the meantime, he was gaining popularity in the local talent shows.

Age, Height, and Weight

Being born on 1 June 1934, Pat Boone is 90 years old as of today’s date 11th July 2024. His height is 1.71 m tall, and his weight is 69 kg.


His first big album was “Two Hearts, Two Kisses,” by Dot Records, which gave him huge popularity. He recorded a lot of songs which were credited to black performers. Some of them are Ivory Joe Hunter, the Flamingos, the El Dorados, and Little Richard. Pat’s record went on to become a lot more popular than the original ones.

Boone has 54 chart appearances between 1956 and 1963. Some of the best are “April Love,” “Love Letters in the Sand,” and “Don’t Forbid Me.” He started hosting The Pat Boone-Chevy Showroom at the time, an ABC television series. In 1961, his “Moody River” again topped the charts.

Boone is a good author and wrote a lot of good books like The Care and Feeding of Parents, Me and the Gatepost, Between You, and Twixt Twelve and Twenty.

Boone was singing Gospel materials in the ’70s. Boone hosted some radio shows too. Some of his other hit songs are Let Me Live, Smoke on the Water, and Stairway to Heaven. Boone has more than 45 million records to his name, and not only this; he had an acting career too. He acted in more than a dozen movies.

Awards & Achievements

Amazingly talented Pat Boone got some awards to his name too. Noteworthy of them are NME Award for World’s Outstanding Popular Singer and NME Award for Favourite US Male Singer both in the same year 1957.

Net Worth & Salary of Pat Boone in 2024

Pat Boone Net Worth
Pat Boone Net Worth

For his singing as well as acting and writing skills, Pat makes a lot of money. He makes around $10 million for work, which includes these skills. From sponsorship and endorsements, he earns $5 million per year. As of July 2024, His net worth is 55 million. He also has a mansion that valued around $20 million.

A huge fan of basketball, Pat Boone, is associated with two teams. He owns Cooga Moogas, a Hollywood Studio League, which includes Denny Miller, Don Murry, Gardner McKay, Rafer Johnson, and Bill Cosby.

He holds the majority shares of the team Oakland Oaks which won the ABA Championship in 1969. Later due to some problems, the team was sold to some businessmen from Washington D.C. and named Washington Caps.


  1. The very first time I heard Pat sing I decided to start a fan club for Pat in early1957, in a small town in Virginia. And we had a lot of members due to his success. Always loved his music. And as of this day still love his songs.

  2. I grew up with Pat’s music “back in the day” as a teenager. Our school had a talent show and me (David Collins and Charlie Martin) sang “Love Letters In The Sand”. It was not a hit. That ended my singing career. I am retired now but my son and I are DJ’S. We have a ball The money’s not too bad either. David Collins, Erlanger, Kentucky


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