|Net Worth:||$35 million|
|Country of Origin:||United States of America|
|Date of birth:||June 1 1934|
|Source of wealth:||Singer/Motivational Speaker|
Pat Boone is a singer, song-writer, actor and motivational speaker who has received much acclaim and several awards over the course of his career.
As of 2019, Pat Boone’s net worth is $35 million.
Pat Boone was born in Jacksonville, Florida but soon moved to Nashville where he spent most of his life.
He studied at the Lipscomb University and eventually graduated from Columbia University.
Interestingly, Boone got married at the young age of nineteen to Shirley Lee Foley who was also nineteen at the time. The two lived their whole lives together and Shirley died recently in 2019.
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Music and Acting Career
Soon after beginning his professional career, Pat Boone signed with Republic Records followed by Dot Records.
He released a cover of the song Ain’t That a Shame, something which earned him the right to fame and was just the beginning for his career.
His career just went up from there and he released several other covers over the course of his career. Another song which became particularly famous was I Almost Lost my Mind.
Most of Pat Boone’s songs were covers of songs sung by R&B artists and he has been credited with promoting the genre during that time.
As of 2019, Pat Boone’s net worth is $35 million and his early fame as a musician has contributed majorly to his current wealth.
Boone was always influenced significantly by religion so eventually he started singing gospel songs.
Boone also appeared in several movies in his career such Mardi Gras, April Love and State Fair. Most of his movies were low-budget and received moderate success and attention.
One of his movies though, Journey to the Center of the Earth, based on the book, became extremely successful and contributed to Pat Boone’s net worth.
He also appeared in his own show titled The Pat Boone Chevy Showroom and has authored several self-help books.
Political and Religious beliefs
Pat Boone and his family are devout Christians, with Boone always keeping his faith above all else.
Owing to his strong bond with Christianity, he never wanted to take movies where he would be asked to indulge in acts which he felt were inappropriate, rejecting several movies over the course of his career.
Furthermore, he strongly supports the conservatives and has even called liberalism a cancer. He propagated against Barack Obama and has openly criticized him on numerous occasions.