Robin Thicke Net Worth

Born on March 10, 1977, Robin Charles Thicke is an American music producer, songwriter, and singer. Better known to the world as just Robin Thicke, his net worth is estimated to be $12 million.

Previously in 2013, he released a hit song “Blurred Lines”, which indeed brought $5,658,214 to Robin. The songs also featured Pharrell Williams, who took $5,153,457, while $704,774 were given to T.I.

Till now he has worked with many fellow artists such as Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj, Flo Rida, Usher, Pharrell Williams and others.

Robin Thicke net worth

Years active1994–present
SpousePaula Patton (m. 2005 div. 2015)
Weight176 lbs
Height6ft 1.5in (187 cm)
Age40 years old

Robin Thicke Net Worth

 

YearRobin Thicke Net Worth
2017$ 12 million
2016$ 10 million
2015$ 9 million
YearRobin Thicke Income
2014$ 50k (Paula)
2013700k(Record Sales)
2012Na

In 1991 when he was 14 years old, he first met Paula Patton. They became friends and soon in 1993, the couple started dating each other. After a long relationship, Thicke married Paula in 2005 and had his first son “Julian Fuego ” born in the year 2010.

However, things could not longer work in between them and the couple finally decided to separate in 2014.

 

About:

Born to actress Gloria Loring and actor Alan Thicke, Robin spent his formative years in California, United States. From a young age, he showed interest in music and even his parents supported him in following his passions. However, first, they wanted their son to get a degree and then pursue a career in music. Initially, his father helped him in writing his first few songs.

At the age 16, he was signed by the Interscope Records and soon started living on his own. At first, his parents were a little bit worried about his decision as they knew the ups and downs of the music industry. However, with Thicke’s improving career graph, their confidence in him eventually grew.

 


Over the years, his album sales helped him to make a fortune for himself. 

Discography

  • Paula (2014)
  • Blurred Lines (2013)
  • Love After War (2011)
  • S#x Therapy: The Session (2009)
  • Something Else (2008)
  • The Evolution of Robin Thicke (2006)
  • A Beautiful World (2003)
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