How rich is Sebastian Bach?
Sebastian Bach Net Worth:
|Birth date:||April 3, 1968|
|Birth place:||Freeport, Bahamas|
|Height:||6 ft 2 in (1.905 m)|
|Profession:||Singer, Songwriter, Actor, Musician|
|Spouse:||Maria Bierk (m. 1992–2011)|
|Music groups:||Skid Row (1987 – 1997), Frameshift (Since 2004), Madam X, The Last Hard Men, Damnocracy, The Frogs|
Sebastian Bach profiles:facebook.com/sebastianbach
Sebastian Bach wiki & biography:
Sebastian Bach net worth: Sebastian Bach s a Canadian singer songwriter that has an estimated net worth of $7 million. Sebastian Bach was born in Freeport, Bahamas in 1968. Sebastian Bach sang Skid Row songs including “18 and Life”, “I Remember You”, “Monkey Business”, “Youth Gone Wild”, “Wasted Time”, “Slave to the Grind”, and “Quicksand Jesus”. Bach made his Broadway acting debut with the title role in “Jekyll & Hyde” in April 2000. Bach also played Riff Raff in “The Rocky Horror Show” in 2001. In 2002, Sebastian Bach became the host of the VH1 show “Forever Wild”. Sebastian had a recurring role to the WB television series “Gilmore Girls” from 2003 to 2007. Sebastian Bach opened for Guns n’ Roses Chinese Democracy Tour in 2009 and 2010. On April 30, 2013, Sebastian Bach confirmed via Twitter that a fresh studio album was in the works with a provisional release date sometime in 2014. Sebastian Bach has been married twice, and has three children.
Since his departure from Skid Row, he’s had many television roles, played in Broadway plays, and directs an effective solo career.
In 1991, Bach was criticized for performing wearing a T-shirt reading “AIDS Kills Dead.” Later he asserted he wore it without reading it first; it have been thrown to him by a fan. Although he made light of the occurrence in his original apology (stating that he would’ve been violated by someone mocking his grandma’s then-recent death with a “Cancer Kills Grandmas Dead” shirt), Bach has since repeatedly apologized for and disavowed the statement, “That was really stupid and incorrect for me to wear that for one half hour in my life. Bach was eventually fired when he booked a show where Skid Row could have opened for KISS in 1996. Other group members told Bach that Skid Row was too big to be an opening act and they are not planning to do the show. Bach then left a message on a bandmate’s answering machine telling him that you are never too big to open up for KISS, and later left the band. Ironically enough, four years afterwards, Skid Row was one of the opening acts for the 2000 Kiss Farewell Tour, without Bach. Sometime in 2003, Bach tried out for Velvet Revolver prior to the group found Scott Weiland, but was turned down because, based on Slash, “We sounded like Skid Roses!” From 2003 to 2007, Bach had a recurring role on the WB television show Gilmore Girls as “Gil”, the lead guitarist in Lane Kim’s band, Hep Alien. Members of Bach Tight Five (a project began by Bach in 2004, but soon dissolved then) resided with Bach and his family as documented on VH1’s I Married … Sebastian Bach, among the “I Wed …” series. Stars additionally comprised Dee Snider, of the rock band Twisted Sister.