Chuck Negron Net Worth is
Chuck Negron Biography
Charles Negron was born on 8 June 1942, in Manhattan, New York City USA, of British and Puerto Rican descent. Chuck is a singer and songwriter, best known to be one of the lead vocalists of the rock band Three Dog Night which started in 1968. He helped the band create numerous albums, but all of his efforts have helped put his net worth to where it is today.
How rich is Chuck Negron? As of early-2017, sources estimate a net worth that is at $5 million, mostly earned through a successful career in music. He’s performed all around the country, and later released an autobiography, all of which have ensured the position of his wealth.
Chuck Negron Net Worth $5 million
When Negron was growing up, he played basketball and also sang in local doo-wop groups. He played for William Howard Taft High School’s basketball team and it led him to be recruited by Allan Hancock College after matriculating. He then moved to California State University, Los Angeles and played basketball there too.
In 1962, Chuck’s friend Danny Hutton invited him to help create the band Three Dog Night. Their popularity started to rise in the 1960s, and it led them to increase their net worth significantly.
Throughout the ‘60s and the ‘70s they would sell approximately 60 million albums. They achieved gold certifications for songs such as “Joy to the World”, “Easy to be Hard” and “One”. The band featured a lot of songs from songwriters who would eventually make it big in the industry as well. Over the course of their success, they scored 12 gold albums and 21 consecutive Billboard Top 40 hits. However, the rock ‘n’ roll lifestyle would severely affect Negron, eventually leading to the band’s disbandment in 1976; he had developed a serious heroin addiction, and was later arrested for cocaine possession. The band was later reformed but it went on numerous iterations. Chuck would return to the band in 1981 before leaving again in 1985, and it wasn’t until 1991 that Chuck overcame his addiction.
After his return to the music industry, he started releasing solo albums, which include “Am I Still In Your Heart?”, “Long Road Back”, “The Chuck Negron Story”, and “Joy to the World”, and his net worth continued to build up thanks to his solo endeavors. He also continued to do tours, mainly with a backing band, which led to the release of a few live albums.
He also wrote an autobiography, released in 1999 entitled “Three Dog Nightmare”, and told the story of his heroin addiction, recovery, and return to God. He dropped out and into more than 30 drug treatment facilities trying to recover. In 2006, he was featured in an episode of the reality show “Intervention”, which aired on the A&E channel, and featured celebrities who were or had been addicted or dependent – Chuck appeared on the show with his son.
For his personal life, Negron has married twice and has six children and one stepson. He was married to Paula Louise Ann Goetten (1970–1973), then to Patricia Julia Brose Densmore (1976–1985). He’s also known to have had a relationship with actress Kate Vernon.
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|Full Name||Chuck Negron|
|Net Worth||$5 Million|
|Date Of Birth||June 8, 1942|
|Place Of Birth||Manhattan, Kansas, United States|
|Education||Allan Hancock College|
|Spouse||Patricia Julia Brose Densmore (m. 1976–1985), Paula Louise Ann Goetten (m. 1970–1973)|
|Children||Annabelle Negron, Shaunti Ann Negron, Charlotte Rose Negron, Chuckie Negron|
|Nicknames||Charles Negron , Three Dog Night|
|Music Groups||Three Dog Night|
|Movies||The Chuck Negron Story, Chuck Negron: Live in Concert, Estero, FL, United States, Indio, CA, United States, Biloxi, MS, USA|
|1||Cousin of Taylor Negron.|
|2||Original founding member of Three Dog Night.|
|3||Grandson, Noah, born to son Chuckie & and Jen in 2005|
|4||Son, Berry, with Densmore.|
|5||Son with Densmore, Charles "Chuckie" b.1977|
|6||Daughter with Silna, Charlotte "Charlie" b.1993|
|7||Chuck and Kate Vernon have a daughter named Annabelle Negron.|
|Drowning Mona||2000||performer: "Joy to the World"|
|Shapes of Rhythm: The Music of Galt MacDermot||Documentary post-production||Himself - Interviewee: Singer|
|My Music Archives: The Best of the '60s||2013||TV Movie||Himself|
|Dr. Drew's Celebrity Addiction Special||2008||TV Movie documentary||Himself|
|10th Annual Prism Awards||2006||TV Special||Himself|
|American Soundtrack: Red, White & Rock||2002||TV Special documentary||Himself|
|5th Annual Prism Awards||2001||TV Special||Himself - Musical Guest|
|Lifestyle Magazine||2001||TV Series documentary||Himself|
|VH-1 Where Are They Now?||2000||TV Series documentary||Himself|
|Playboy After Dark||1969||TV Series||Himself|