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Robert Smith Net Worth

Robert Smith Net WorthRobert Smith Net Worth: Robert Smith is a singer, musician, record producer, songwriter, guitarist, organist, actor, lyricist, keyboard player. Robert Smith was born 21-Apr-59 in Blackpool, United Kingdom. According to Forbes, Robert Smith Net Worth is $15 Million. Singer-songwriter and guitarist for the goth and new wave British band The Cure who sang “Friday I’m in Love,” “Just Like Heaven,” and “Lovecats.” His use of guitar effects like phase, flange, and chorus allowed him to pioneer goth and new wave music. He was a good student who received high marks in grade school. One of his first bands was The Crawley Goat Band. Smith’s song “Burn” was featured on the soundtrack for the movie The Crow, which starred Brandon Lee.

Robert Smith Net Worth is $15 Million

First Name Robert
Middle Name James
Last Name Smith
Another Name Robert James Smith
Alternative Name Robin, Rob, Robert James Smith, Bob, The Godfather of Goth
Age 58 years
Date of Birth 21st April, 1959
Place of Birth Blackpool, Lancashire, England
Height 5′ 10″ (178 cm)
Build Average
Eye Blue
Hair Black
Distinctive Feature Red lipstick, black eyeshadow and `big` hair.
Star Sign Taurus
Sexuality Straight
Religion Atheist
Ethnicity White
Nationality English
School 1972 to 1977 he attended St. Wilfrids Comprehensive School
Profession Soundtrack | Actor | Director
Profession Musician
Claim to Fame The Cure
Music Genre Post-punk, Gothic Rock, New Wave, Alternative Rock
Year(s) Active 1976–present, 1972–present
Instrument Vocals, Guitar, Bass Guitar, Keyboards, Synthesizer, Piano, Cello, Violin, Harmonica, Percussion, Recorder
Record Label Fiction, Geffen, Universal, Hansa, Polydor
Associated Acts The Cure, Siouxsie and the Banshees, The Glove, Easy Cure, Crystal Castles, Malice, 65daysofstatic, blink-182, The Twilight Sad
Official Web,
Father Alex Smith
Mother Rita Smith
Associated People Simon Gallup (Best Friend)
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