Molly Meldrum net worth

Molly Meldrum net worth

Net Worth: $5 Million

About Molly Meldrum

Molly Meldrum net worth

It has been reported that the total estimate of Molly Meldrum net worth reaches 5 million dollars, as of right now. Molly Meldrum is a well known person in the music industry, where he is known as a recording artist, popular music critic and journalist. All of these involvements have also played a vital role in increasing the total amount of Molly Meldrum net worth.
In the period of 1974-1987, Molly Meldrum was appearing on the popular music show called “Countdown”, where he was serving as an interviewer, talent coordinator and music news announcer. In the 1980s, he also became recognized for his appearance as he would always wear a Stetson hat.
In 2011, unfortunately, he fell from a ladder in his backyard, and as a result, he was in critical condition when he arrived at the hospital. He suffered head and spinal injuries, and thus, he had to undergo a surgery. In 2012, he recovered well enough to continue his career and give interviews.
In the middle of the 1960s, he started his career on the Australian music scene, and since that time, a huge part of the total size of Molly Meldrum net worth has been accumulated.

One of the first jobs which he got in the music industry was writing for a weekly teenage newspaper called Go-Set, where he was working in the period of 1966-1974. Later, he became known from the above-mentioned TV show “Countdown”, which increased the total sum of Molly Meldrum net worth by a mile.
Molly Meldrum has worked as a record producer for many artists and produced a lot of hits, such as two songs for Russell Morris, called “Part Three into Paper Walls” and “The Real Thing”, both released in 1969. In 1970, he produced one song for Ronnie Burns, called “Smiley”. One year later, Molly Meldrum produced “Day by Day” by Colleen Hewett. In 1976, the record producer worked on the song by Supernaut called “I Like It Both Ways” and one year later, Molly Meldrum produced the song called “Don’t Fall in Love” by The Ferrets. Therefore, his work as a record producer has also increased the total amount of Molly Meldrum net worth a lot.
In 1985, he appeared as a host of Oz for Africa, which is an Australian version of Live Aid. In 1986, Molly Meldrum got the title of a Member of the Order of Australia. In Australia, he is also referred to as the champion of Australian popular music. In 1993, for his work in music, he was presented with a Special Achievement Award from the Australian Recording Industry Association. One year later, Molly Meldrum was awarded the Ted Albert Award from the Australasian Performing Right Association. Thus, his career in music has been honored and awarded, as well. In 2014, his name was eventually inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame. In the same year, Molly Meldrum released his autobiographical book called “The Never, Um… Ever Ending Story: Life, Countdown and Everything in Between”.

Now you have an idea why Molly Meldrum net worth is this huge

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