Todd Rundgren
Todd Rundgren
Celebrated Name: Todd Rundgren
Real Name/Full Name: Todd Harry Rundgren
Gender: Male
Age: 73 years old
Birth Date: 22 June 1948
Birth Place: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Nationality: American
Height: 1.8 m
Weight: 73 Kg
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Marital Status: Married
Wife/Spouse (Name): Bebe Buell

(m.1972; div. 1979)

Michele Rundgren

(m. 1988 – present)

Children/Kids (Son and Daughter): Yes 3 (Rex, Randy, Rebop)
Dating/Girlfriend (Name): N/A
Is Todd Rundgren Gay?: No
Profession: Musician, singer, songwriter, record producer, sound engineer, video producer, and multimedia artist.
Salary: N/A
Net Worth in 2021: $15 million
Last Updated: October 2021

Todd is an American multi-Instrumentalist, Singer, songwriter, and record producer who performs a diverse range of styles as a solo artist. He is best known for his hits such as “Hello Its Mr,” “I Saw the Light,” and “Bang the Drum All Day.” In the early 70s and 80s, he was a pivotal figure in power pop. He is a member of the band known as Utopia.

Maybe you know about Todd Rundgren 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 Todd Rundgren’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 & Biography

Todd Harry was born in Philadelphia. He was the son of Ruth, and his father, Harry W. Rundgren, was of Swedish descent. He was raised at the Upper Darby, a bordering town where he started teaching himself with some little help on how to play guitar. During his childhood, he was enticed by his parent’s record collection, which consisted of show tunes and Symphonic pieces mainly operettas of Gilbert and Sullivan.

He developed interest by being influenced by the music of the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, the Ventures, the O’Jays, the Yardbirds, the Delfonics, and Philadelphia Soul of Gamble & Huff. He formed his first band titled Money at the age of 17 together with Randy Reed, who was his best friend and a roommate and also Reeds younger brother.

He attended Upper Darby High school, where he graduated in 1966. He began his career in Woodys Truckstop, a blues-rock group in the style of Paul Butterfield Blues Band immediately at Philadelphia. After eight months, the band became the most popular group in Philadelphia, but later they he left the band. In 1967, Todd and Carson Van Osten, his bassist, released their first album, which formed the Rock band Nazz. As a member of Nazz, he paved his way to songwriting and Local Arranger, which determined the equal of the artistry of the Beatles.

Personal Life

Todd was in a relationship with Bebe Buell, who was a model. Later they broke up, and Bebe dated Steven Tyler, who they ended up having a child together, Liv Tyler. Buell claimed that Liv’s father was Todd, which changed his name from Tyler to Rundgren, but they later ended their relationship. When Liv was eight years old, he discovered his biological dad was Tyler, but they maintained their close relationship. Todd, later on, married Karen Davin, who they had two sons with, Rex, a minor league baseball player for nine seasons and Randy. The couple later separated.

Todd married Michele Gray, a dancer with The Tubes and a backup singer on Tod’s album Nearly Human in 1998. They had a son together named Rebop.

Age, Height, and Weight

Being born on 22 June 1948, Todd Rundgren is 73 years old as of today’s date 21st October 2021. His height is 1.8m tall, and his weight is 72 kg.

Career

Todd grew to be influential under the music of the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, the ventures, the Yard birds, and also the Philadelphia soul of Gamble & Huff, the Delfonics, and  The O’Jays. He began his career professionally when he formed Nazz, a Psychedelic band 1967. Later on, after two years, he left the band to perform as a solo artist, where he gained his first US top 40 hits titled “We Gotta Get You a Woman “in 1970.

He got credit from his classic Rock Stations songs, including “Hello it’s me” and “I Saw the Light” from something? Anything. A single in 1983 titled “Bang the Drum All Day,” which is mostly featured in commercials, sports arenas, and Movie Trailers.

He has also done influential music genres like couldn’t I Just Tell You, A Wizard. In 1978 he organized his first television concert designing the first color Graphics, where he created his first interactive album, No World Order.

Todd has other recognition production genres of music like Bad finger’s Straight Up, Grand Funk Railroads We’re An American Band, The New York Dolls, Meat Loafs Bat out of Hell, XTC’s skylarking, and Love is the Answer with a Twist. Other notable hits are Love of the common Man Faithful, Real Man Initiation; Time Heals Healing, izzat Love? and All the Children Sing Hermit of Mink Hollow. He is among the first acts to be prominent as both an artist and producer.

Awards & Achievements

Todd has managed to achieve several recognitions and acquired positions in various categories like Berkeley lifetime Achievement Award from the Popular Culture Society at UC Berkeley, Honorary doctorate from Berklee College Music, and an honorary doctorate from DePauw University. He was nominated for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s class of 2019.

Net Worth & Salary of Todd Rundgren in 2021

Todd Rundgren Net Worth
Todd Rundgren Net Worth

As of October 2021, Todd has an estimated net worth of $15 Million. His greater earnings are from his professional career as a musician and producer. He has also co-founded a music group by the name “Nazz,” which definitely adds him extra incomes to his earnings. Through his band, he managed to have a series of major and minor successes throughout his early life.

Apparently, Todd is a grateful and loving man. He is entitled to a friendly character who is very protective and strong.

9 COMMENTS

    • I was wondering about that, too: Hello it’s Mr.” Regardless, I’ve been a fan of Todd’s for 50 years and just wish I could have a chance to photograph him in concert as I have Paul McCartney, Eagles, Alice Cooper, Miranda Lambert and other top-shelf talents that I could name-drop. Photographing Todd would be . . . better than anything . . . and maybe he could play, “Hello, It’s Mr.!”

  1. We just met his wife at the Tiki Iniki in Princeville. Very cool restaurant/bar with tasty island cocktails.
    Super cool vibe!!

  2. It pains me to read articles on the internet that are so poorly written. Todd’s lifetime of achievements deserve a much better overview than this. He continues to tour, write, record and perform new works, to the delight of his fans, world wide. Check his tour dates for 2021 for a concert near you.

  3. I am going to see Todd again on November 6th at , MGM in Northfield Ohio Andi seem him several times over the years. I want to send a special request to him to PLEASE sing Love Is The Answer my favorite Todd song, especially in today’s world we could use to hear this song. And it would be a great crowd pleaser. As many times I’ve seen his concerts i can’t recall it being done. This would make this big fan and many others very happy. Thank you

  4. Todd is a great influence on me.
    As a kid I wanted to steal”Gonna Cry Today” such a great tune.
    The Nazz were so melodic and harmonic. He broke his leg in El Paso jumping off the stage.
    A true showman. The Todd Pod at Woodstock 94 . He was playing Mambo, cha chas. He was a neighbor in Bearsville. With his tri
    colored hair and stripped stove pipe pants. Always a joy to behold.
    I always wondered if the police never solved the problem at mink hollow. Maybe they knew what
    happened to other half of Fred?
    I gave him my single “Seductive Maidens of Phenomena” while at the supemarket. Jt productions
    “ZappaBeefheart”, “10pm”,Chasing the Dope Dragon”,Two Worlds Collide”…thanks Todd

  5. I’ve met Todd a few times over the years, and he’s always been kind and polite.
    For me, as a musician/songwriter, I think he has influenced me more than any other artist.
    All the best to T.R. and his family.
    Lenny Jorns

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