Paul McCartney Net Worth

Paul McCartney is an English songwriter, singer, composer and multi-instrumentalist. Also known as Sir James Paul McCartney, he got his initial fame when he joined the band, the Beatles. The other three members were John Lennon, Ringo Starr and George Harrison. Their newly formed rock band became an international sensation, helping each member with fame and success.

Till date he has successfully sold over 100 million copies of his popular albums, out of which 60 are certified gold.

Making an average of $60 million every year, Paul McCartney net worth is estimated to be $ 1 Billion. At the age of 73 , he is still active as a singer, participating in tours and concerts. During 2013- 2015, his concerts could gross over $ 300 million, additionally boosting his fortune and making him the richest musician in the United Kingdom. Recently he collaborated with famous artists including Rihanna and Kanye West.

Paul mccartney worth
In 2015, his total earnings were $51.5 Million.


Birth PlaceLiverpool, England
Years active1957–present
SpouseNancy Shevell
Genres*pop * Rock * electronic * classical
Paul McCartney Net Worth$ 1 Billion


About : 

Born in Liverpool, England, to Mary Patricia (née Mohin) and James (“Jim”), Paul spent his formative years in  Belle Vale. He has a younger brother, Peter Michael, who is a rock photographer and performing artist.

In 1954 he befriended George Harrison, who later also worked as the lead guitarist in their band.

After turning fifteen, Paul met the musical genius, John Lennon and joined his local group. Later in  1960, they eventually changed the name to “the Beatles” and also welcomed Pete Best as a drummer.


Causes :

Only a few famous celebs are pure vegetarian, Paul McCartney being one of them. He also works as an animal rights activist and continuing his efforts, he donated £3,000,000. The money was donated to his wife’s company in order to remain free of genetically engineered ingredients.

He participated in campaigns against land mines and seal hunting. In the year 2009 he also wrote to the 14th Dalai Lamba, Tenzin Gyatso, asking him about his non veg preference.