Sean Lennon Net Worth

Net Worth: $200 Million
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    New York City, New York, United States
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    Sean Taro Ono Lennon
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About Sean Taro Ono Lennon

Well known American songwriter, actor, singer, and guitarist Sean Lennon has an estimated net worth of $200 million. He has appeared in many Irish, Japanese and English acts. He was born on 9th October 1975 to Yoko Ono and John Lennon. Sir Elton John is Sean Lennon’s godfather. Sean Lennon is also the half brother of Julian Lennon. Lennon was born in New York, exactly on the day of his father’s thirty fifth birthday. Kyoko Chan is Lennon’s half sister.

After the birth of Sean, his father became a home-based husband taking care of his young child. He was educated at a private boarding school, Le Rosey Rolle in Switzerland. His earlier education was done at the Dalton Scholl and Fieldston. He dropped out from Columbia University after three semesters to take up his career in music.

Lennon’s parents never forced him to be a musician. In fact, music was kept as a hidden fact at home during his childhood, by his parents. Lennon debuted in the music world at the early age of five. He recited a story from his mother’s Album – “Season of Glass.” From then on, he continued to grow up into the fame of music glory, which won him many achievements and thereafter has paved the way for his amazing wealth.

Lennon’s classics include Onobox, It's Alright (I See Rainbows), and Starpeace. When he was 16, he wrote one of the songs in the album “All I Ever Wanted” – that was in 1991. A great musician as well as a great actor, Sean Lennon has won the hearts of many, and has gone on to win many awards. He remains as one of the richest celebrities in Hollywood today.

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Earnings 2006

Record Sales 2006
Estimated earnings from his album Friendly Fire (certified silver by SNEP of France)

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