Net Worth: $410 Million
- Source of Wealth Music Production
- Age Deceased at 90 years old on 2016-10-08
- Birth Place Highbury, London, England
- Marital Status Widowed (Judy Lockhart Smith)
- Full Name George Henry Martin
- Nationality English
- Date of Birth 3 January 1926
- Ethnicity English
- Occupation Music Production
- Education Bromley Grammar School
- Children 4 (Giles, Gregory Paul, Lucy, Alexis)
About Sir George Martin
Sir George Martin is an English record producer who has an estimated net worth of $410 million. In addition to being a record producer, he was also a musician, arranger, conductor, composer and audio engineer. He was one of the popular record producers in the world, with several hit singles in both the UK and USA.
Sir George Martin was influenced by music styles of Jonny Dankworth and Cole Porter. He studied oboe and piano before working for BBC’s music department and later for EMI. He had also produced novelty records and comedy together with Spike Miligan and Peter Seller. He had worked in film, television, music and live performances. He had also held several senior executives positions in the media industry.
Sir George Martin had also worked with the Beatles in the past. He had also composed films such as Adagietto for Harmonica and Strings, Theme One and Magic Carpet for Tommy Reilly, BBC Radio and The Dakotas respectively.
Sir George Martin was born on January 3, 1926, in Highbury, London. He started his career by attending the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. He had since won many awards, including Academy, Grammy, BRIT awards and Knight Bachelor.
On March 8, 2016, Martin died in his sleep at his home in Wiltshire, England.
Earnings & Financial Data
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- Earnings 2016
Estimated amount of estate by Sir George Martin left to his family