Wayne Newton Net Worth

Wayne Newton Net Worth : $120 Million

Profile

A Popular American Singer and Entertainer

Nationality

American

Source of Wealth

Singing, Acting

Years of Experience

50 Years

Date of Birth

April 3, 1942

Education

North High School, Phoenix, Arizona

Marital Status

Married

Children

2 Daughters (Lauren and Erin)

Wayne’s Total Net Worth $100 million

Wayne Newton is an American singer and entertainer of Las Vegas, with a net worth of $120 million. Wayne is popular for some of his biggest super hits such as ‘Danke Schoen’, ‘Daddy Don’t You Walk So Fast’, and ‘Red Roses for a Blue Lady’. He is popularly known by nicknames such as ‘Mr. Entertainer’, ‘The Midnight Idol’ and ‘Mr. Las Vegas’. Born on April 3rd, 1942, in Norfolk Virginia, Wayne spent his early childhood days with learning piano, guitar, and steel guitar, which developed his interest in music.

Ventures & Awards

Wayne has given a number of single hits such as Danke Schoen, Shirl Girl, Only You, I’ll be With You In Apple Blossom Time, Remember When, Some Sunday Morning, Summer Colors, Through the Eyes of Love, Husbands and Wives, and Daddy, Don’t You Walk So Fast, which was awarded with a gold disc, Pour Me a Little More Wine, While We’re Young, Years, I Apologize.

Newton has also been casted in various TV series such as The Lucy Show, Bonanza, here’s Lucy, Full House, Roseanne, Las Vegas, Perfect Strangers, The Price is Right, The Amazing Race, and many more.

In 2000, Newton was elected to the Gaming Hall of Fame. In 2001, he became the chairman for USO Celebrity Circle. He was made the grand marshal of 80th Annual Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival in May, 2007. In 2007, he was featured in the “Dancing with the Stars”.

Woodrow Wilson International Center, for Scholars, awarded Newton with Woodrow Wilson Award for Public Service.

Wayne Newton Bankruptcy

During 1980 to 1982, Newton was a part owner of Aladdin Hotel. It led to several lawsuits, and finally being unable to purchase the hotel, he had to file for bankruptcy.