Kenny Rogers Net Worth

How much is Kenny Rogers worth?

Net Worth:$300 Million
Date of Birth:August 21, 1938
Date of Death:March 20, 2020 (81 years old)
Gender:Male
Height:1.82 m, 5 ft 11 in
Profession:Country Singer
Nationality:N/A
Kenny Rogers Net Worth:
$300 Million

Kenny Rogers is a retired singer, songwriter, music producer, and actor from America. He started his career with a few bands and musicians before pursuing a solo career and releasing his debut album “Love Lifted Me.”

When Kenny Rogers died, the year of 2020, he had quite the decent net worth.

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Actor Kenny Rogers has a networth that has to be considered outrageously high.

Career

Kenny Rogers first worked with the Bobby Doyle band, and they performed together in clubs before splitting in 1965. Then, he worked with two musicians, Eddy Arnold and Mickey Gilley. Kenny Rogers worked with another band at his early career, and it’s called “The New Christy Minstrels.”

Personal Life

Kenny Rogers has been married five times and divorced 4. His first marriage was a two years marriage from 1958-1960 to Janice Gordon, and their only daughter is Carole Rogers. Kenny’s second marriage to Jean Rogers was from 1960-1963, and it ended with no children. One year later, he married Margo Anderson, and they got divorced in 1976 with one son, Kenny Rogers Jr. His final divorce was in 1993 from the actress Marianne Gordon, and they gave birth to 1 son, Christopher Cody Rogers.

Inspirational Quotes by Kenny Rogers

There's a new hit rock group or singer every five minutes, but with country music, you have one hit and those people love you forever.

Kenny Rogers

My music was my life, and it played a large part in my inability to sustain relationships.

Kenny Rogers

I think it's fun to play for people who don't know what you do.

Kenny Rogers

Know when to hold 'um, know when to fold 'um and know when to walk away from cameramen.

Kenny Rogers

My mom loved to sing - and I'll go on record and say she was the worst singer ever. I'd get up and move away from her!

Kenny Rogers