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Shadows’ Biography – Net Worth, Wife, Tattoo, Height

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• M Shadows is a singer, musician, and songwriter, best known for performing under the stage name M Shadows, and working as the lead vocalist of the band Avenged Sevenfold.
• His net worth is estimated to be over $25 million, earned primarily through the success of the band, Avenged Sevenfold.
• He has worked with other bands, as well as collaborated with the video game franchise “Call of Duty”.
• His vocal ability has been praised numerous times for its range and versatility, with an evolution throughout his career.
• He is married with two children and spends his free time learning more about music, working on new music, and playing video games.

Who is M Shadows?

Matthew Charles Sanders was born on 31 July 1981, in Fountain Valley, California, USA. He is a singer, musician, and songwriter, best known for performing under the stage name M Shadows, working as the lead vocalist of the band Avenged Sevenfold. He is one of the heavy metal band’s founding members, and is considered by many as one of the greatest heavy metal frontmen of all-time.

The Net Worth of M Shadows

As of early-2020, M Shadows’ net worth is estimated to be over $25 million, earned primarily through the success of the band, Avenged Sevenfold, one of the most recognized in the heavy metal genre, making music since the 2000s.

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He’s also worked with other bands, as well as collaborating with the video game franchise “Call of Duty”.

Early Life and Career Beginnings

While M was born in Fountain Valley, his family later moved to Huntington Beach where he grew up with younger sister Amy Sanders, who is now known to play in the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA).  He developed an interest in music at a young age, thanks to his father who gifted him his first cassette of the band Guns N’ Roses, sparking an interest which just grew as he got older.

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Eventually, he learned how to play the guitar as well as the piano, skills which would also help him learn more about tone and voice. He attended Huntington Beach High School, and during this period, he aspired to start a band. He briefly joined a punk band called Successful Failure, but it was short-lived. Afterwards he reconnected with a few friends from middle school who had the same taste in music. This led to the formation of Avenged Sevenfold, as he was joined by The Rev, Zacky Vengeance, and Matt Wendt.

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Shadows didn’t want to use his first name as he didn’t like the way it sounded as a performer. Instead, he only adopted the first letter M and added Shadows because he felt that he was the darker character within their group. They also chose to adopt nicknames because it was a popular practice among rock groups that inspired them. Over the years, the band has released music, and gained a lot of acclaim for their diversity when it comes to their portrayal of rock and metal.

They also promoted themselves through the use of dramatic imagery, which became more evident over the years.

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Their debut album “Sounding the Seventh Trumpet” helped establish them on the scene, but it wasn’t until their third album “City of Evil” that the band truly took off. The group enjoyed a lot of success until 2009, when their drummer The Rev suddenly passed away. The band continued with drummer Mike Portnoy for their 2010 album “Nightmare” which reached the top of the Billboard 200. Eventually, they took in drummer Brooks Wackerman and continued to release music, with their latest being “The Stage” which debuted in fourth spot of the Billboard 200.

Solo Projects

Apart from his work with Avenged Sevenfold, M has been a guest on albums of other well-known bands. He was featured on the album “Feel the Steel” by Steel Panther, and helped produce the album “Requiem” by The Confession – he ventured to learn more about production to help Avenged Sevenfold with their album releases as well. Other music projects he’s had include working with Slash on his solo album, and making music with the band Device.

In 2012, he made his first foray into the video game world with the development of ‘Call of Duty: Black Ops II”, in which he made a cameo contribution by doing motion capture and recording voice lines.

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He is an avid player of the popular first-person shooter game, and has even participated in professional tournaments. One of his latest projects in video games is “Call of Duty: Black Ops 4” in which he became a playable character thanks to the help of a close friend who works for its developer Treyarch. He can be selected as a part of the game’s battle royale mode, which sees numerous players fight against each other in a large but shrinking map.

Vocal Ability and Style

Shadows’ vocal ability has been praised numerous times, not only for his range and versatility but also its evolution throughout his career with Avenged Sevenfold.

At the beginning of his career, he had a harsher voice filled with growls reminiscent of metalcore bands. Since 2003 he’s been more inclined towards melodic lines, but still retains his love for screams and growls. After signing with a major record label, his style changed even further, focusing more on his voice and melody as opposed to the screaming. He took numerous lessons to improve his style, working with Ron Anderson who is known for his collaborations with Audioslave and Guns N’ Roses.

The band also contributed, with each member becoming a part of the vocal whole as opposed to Shadows taking the brunt of the work.

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This led to rumors going around that he had lost his ability to scream, as a result of having throat surgery after damaging his voice sometime in 2003. Other musicians defended him, stating that he has indicated a desire to be more of a singer than a screamer with his music. He is also a big advocate in protecting his voice, and prefers hitting the notes rather than going for raspy sounds that could damage his throat again.

Personal Life

M married Valary DiBenedetto in 2009 and they have two children together. His bandmate Synyster Gates married Valary’s twin sister Michelle which makes the two band members brothers-in-law as well. He spends a lot of his free time, learning more about music, working on new music, and playing video games. He also spends a lot of his time learning more about preserving his voice and prioritizes resting his voice when not working with the band.

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About Randy Rhoads: How Plane Crash Shook the Metal World

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Who was Randy Rhoads?

The late American guitarist Randall William Rhoads, was born in Santa Monica, California USA, on 6 December 1956, meaning that Sagittarius was his zodiac sign. He’s probably remembered best for having been a co-founder and the guitarist of the American heavy metal band Quiet Riot, while he also played the guitar and co-wrote the songs on famous British singer-songwriter John Michael ‘Ozzy’ Osbourne’s first two albums “Blizzard of Ozz” and “Diary of a Madman”, released in 1980 and 1981, respectively.

Education and early life

Randy was raised alongside his two older siblings in Santa Monica, solely by their mother Delores Violet Rhoads, as their father William Arthur Rhoads abandoned the family when Randy was less than two years old; both William and Delores were music teachers, thus Randy’s interest in music from a very early age. His brother Kelle was also a musician.

The siblings grew up without owning a stereo, and thus entertained themselves by creating their own music; Randy’s favorite bands while growing up were The Rolling Stones and The Beatles. He was eight when Scott Shelly began teaching him rock guitar, however, less than a year later, Scott approached Randy’s mother admitting that he was no longer able to teach him, as Randy’s knowledge of the guitar had surpassed his own.

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He studied at Jon Muir Middle School, and there met his future bandmate and best friend American hard rock musician and photographer Kelly Garni; they then formed their first band The Whore, thus launching their career as musicians.

Randy didn’t share many details about his education, but it’s known that he matriculated from Burbank High School in 1974.

Randy’s career and band Quiet Riot

The Whore rehearsed at the Hollywood nightspot Rodney Bingenheimer’s English Disco, and performed at backyard parties in Los Aneles, California in the mid-‘70s.

Randy, Kelly and Randy’s brother Kelle then formed the cover band Violet Fox, but which dissolved five months later; Randy then formed several bands which disbanded in less than two months, including Mildred Pierce and The Katzenjammer Kids. He knew what kind of musician he wanted to be, after watching American rock ‘n’ roll singer Alice Cooper perform live.

Randy and Kelly were 16 when they formed their band Little Women, and then renamed it to Quiet Riot when they were 18, after the band was joined by drummer Drew Forsyth and vocalist Kevin DuBrow. Randy didn’t initially like Kevin, as he’d envisioned a different frontman for their band, someone similar to David Bowie or Alice Cooper, however, Kevin performed well and was loved by the audience.

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Quiet Riot signed with Sony Music Entertainment (Japan) in 1977, and their first two albums “Quiet Riot” and “Quiet Riot II” were released only in Japan, and never in the US. Kelly was fired from the band in 1978, after he’d got into a fistfight with Randy and threatened to kill Kevin – he was replaced by Rudy Sarzo.

Disappointed by not being able to sign a US recording deal, Randy quit Quiet Riot and became a guitarist in Ozzy Osbourne’s band; Quiet Riot then disbanded in 1980, but began playing again in 1982. Randy didn’t initially want to attend the audition for Ozzy Osbourne’s band, and had to be convinced by American musician Dana Strum; Ozzy was drunk when Randy performed for him, and he was instantly hired.

Ozzy and Randy then founded their band The Blizzard of Ozz, and released their eponymous debut album on 12 September 1980, which spawned hits “Crazy Train” and “Mr. Crowley”. Their second album “Diary of a Madman” was released in October 1981, and the same year saw Rudy Sarzo (previously the drummer of Quiet Riot) join the band.

Although Randy and Ozzy were good friends, Randy was determined to leave The Blizzard of Ozz once his contract had expired, because Ozzy’s drug and alcohol addiction had made it difficult for the band members to tour and perform live; he was once so drunk that he fired the entire band, but had no memory of it after sobering up.

Randy was still a member of The Blizzard of Ozz at the time of his death.

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Love life and relationships

Randy rarely spoke about his love life in public, but there are still two girls whom he dated that his fans know about.

He was once in a relationship with American singer and model Jodi Vigier; it’s believed that they were together for two years before breaking up in 1980.

Randy was then in a relationship with American singer, actress and model Jo Jo Laine, and they were together at the time of his death; he didn’t marry, and had no children.

There are rumors circulating the internet claiming that Randy had an affair with American TV personality Sharon Osbourne in 1981, a year before she married Ozzy.

Interesting facts and hobbies

Randy was 5ft 7ins (1.7m) tall, and weighed only 110lbs (48kgs).

He was a collector of toy trains, and travelled around England searching for toy trains the first time he arrived there.

Randy wasn’t a fan of partying, rarely drank alcohol – his favorite drink was Anisette – and didn’t use drugs, but was a heavy smoker.

Randy’s brother Kelle described him as a ‘fairly devout Lutheran’.

His mother died at the age of 95 on 11 November 2015.

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Death and wealth

Randy’s final performance was at the Knoxville Civic Coliseum on 18 March 1982; he died the next day, aged 25, when the bus driver and private pilot Andrew Aycock crashed a single-engine Beechcraft F35, with Randy and make-up artist Rachel Youngblood on board. Andrew played with the plane, trying to fly as close as possible to their bus which was on the airstrip, wanting to wake up drummer Tommy Aldridge who was sleeping in it; Andrew hit the bus with the plane’s right wing on his third pass, and then crashed into a pine tree. All three passengers were killed instantly, and their bodies burned beyond recognition.

Randy’s net worth was estimated at over $1.3 million at the time of his death.

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About Wes Borland: From Limp Bizkit to Black Light Burns

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Who is Wes Borland?

American rock ‘n’ roll musician Wesley Louden ‘Wes’ Borland was born in Richmond, Virginia USA, under the Aquarius zodiac sign on 7 February 1975. He’s probably known best for being the backing vocalist and guitarist of the rock ‘n’ roll band Limp Bizkit, while he’s also a co-founder of the metal band Big Dumb Face, and was the guitarist and lead vocalist of the industrial rock ‘n’ roll band Black Light Burns.

Education and early life

Wes and his brother Scott Borland were raised in Richmond by their mother Sally and father Tom Borland, however, not a lot is known about them as Wes respects his parents’ privacy. His brother’s today also a musician – they founded the band Big Dumb Face together in 1998.

Wes began playing the drums while still attending a local elementary school, but chose to switch to guitar because his parents didn’t allow percussive instruments in the house; looking up to his brother, Scott took on the bass guitar, and the two then began playing together.

The family eventually moved to Jacksonville, Florida, and Wes enrolled at Douglas Anderson School of the Arts; because his parents were deeply religious and forced Wes to go to church with them, he left home at the age of 18, but matriculated at around the same time, and then chose to pursue music rather than a college degree.

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Career as a musician

Wes joined Lip Bizkit in 1994, only a couple of months after it was formed by John Otto, Sam Rivers and Fred Durst; they quickly established a cult following, and became popular in Florida.

When American turntablist DJ Lethal joined the band in 1995, Wes left because of a disagreement with other members, but returned only a couple of months later, after Limp Bizkit was signed to MCA Records through its record label Mojo. The band was dissatisfied with Mojo, eventually leaving the label and signing with Flip, an Interscope Records’ subsidiary.

Their debut album “Three Dollar Bill, Y’All” was released on 1 July 1997, and its eponymous lead single became a radio hit. The band’s second album, “Significant Other” was released on 22 June 1999, and made them popular in both the US and Europe – it ranked #1 on the Billboard 200 chart, and sold close to 650,000 copies in its first week. Limp Bizkit’s third album, “Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water” was released on 17 October 2000, again topping Billboard 200, selling more than a million copies in its first week, and was the 18th best-selling album in the US in the decade.

Wes and his brother released Big Dumb Face’s first album, “Duke Lion Fights the Terror!” in March 201; Wes quit Limp Bizkit by the end of the year, citing ‘creative differences’, and in the same year, Wes and his brother formed their new band Eat the Day, with Adam Yas joining as their lead vocalist in January 2003.However, as Wes and the band’s producer Bob Ezrin were dissatisfied with Adam, they continued their search for a lead vocalist, but disbanded without releasing any songs, because they were unable to find a suitable vocalist.

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Wes had another failed project, his 2003 rock ‘n’ supergroup The Damning Well, and this led him to return to Limp Bizkit in August 2004. The band’s fifth album “The Unquestionable Truth” was released in 2005, but they went on an hiatus following the release of their 2005 compilation album “Greatest Hitz”.

The year 2005 also saw Wes launch his new project, Black Light Burns, and they released their debut album “Cruel Melody” in June 2007. He became the American rock ‘n’ roll band Marilyn Manson’s guitarist in August 2008, and in the same year played the bass guitar on The Color of Violence’s album “Youthanize”.

Wes and Limp Bizkit reunited and began touring around the USA in 2009, and Wes quit Marilyn Manson in May of the same year. Limp Bizkit’s new album “Gold Cobra” was released on 28 June 2011, and reached #16 on Billboard 200. Wes then spent a couple of months focused on his band Black Light Burns, and they released their second album “The Moment You Realize You’re Going to Fall” on 13 August 2012 – their ‘concept album’ “Lotus Island” followed in January 2013.

Wes began working on his solo career in the first half of 2016, and released his debut album (instrumental) “Crystal Machete” on 3 May; the same year saw the disbandment of Black Light Burns.

He revived Big Dumb Face after 16 years in June 2017, and their new album “Where Is Duke Lion? He’s Dead” was released on 31 October of the same year; the band’s third album “Christmas in the Cave of Gadoth” was released on 11 December 2021.

Most recently, in April 2022, Wes performed with Danny’s Elfman’s band at Coachella Festival.

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Love life and relationships

Wes has been married thrice. He and his long-term girlfriend, American non-celebrity girl Heather McMillan exchanged vows in April 1998, but their divorce was finalized in 2001.

Wes’ second wife was another American non-celebrity girl, Anna Carlisle; the two married in March 2009, but divorced four years later.

Wes and his third wife Carre Callaway exchanged vows in October 2016; she’s an American singer and lead vocalist of the indie rock band Queen Kwong. The two lived in Detroit, Michigan and divorced in 2019; Wes filed a defamation lawsuit against Carre in January 2023, but it was dismissed by the judge.

Wes is yet to mention other girls whom he’s maybe been with, he seems to be unattached as of April 2023, has been married thrice and doesn’t have children.

Interesting facts and hobbies

Wes is recognized by his unique on-stage appearance, as he likes to wear uniforms, masks and body paint.

He and his third wife Carre rescued numerous abandoned cats from Detroit, and renovated their house to make a special room for them.

Wes is an atheist, meaning that he doesn’t believe in God or heaven; he’s also stated that he hopes that he’s wrong.

He’s followed by nearly 300,000 people on Instagram, and has posted over 1,700 pictures onto the network, with most of these being related to music.

Wes’ favorite actor is Tom Cruise, and some of his favorite movies include “Risky Business”, “Vanilla Sky” and “Jerry Maguire”.

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Height, eyes and wealth

Wes’ age is 48. He has brown eyes and hair, is 6ft (1.85m) tall and weighs around 170lbs (77kgs).

Wes’ net worth’s been estimated at over $10 million, as of April 2023.

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The Untold Truth Of Steve Buscemi’s Son – Lucian Buscemi

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Lucian Buscemi is an American musician and actor, born on 30 June 1990 in New York City, USA. He’s known for being the son of actor, producer and director Steve Buscemi.

Early Life

Lucian is the only child resulting from the marriage between Steve Buscemi and Jo Andres.

Details about Lucian’s educational background are unknown. However, it has been disclosed he spent his childhood in Park Slope, Brooklyn.

Despite his parents’ movie-oriented professions, Lucian developed a deep interest in rock and alternative music instead. Influenced by his father, Lucian came to love and grew up listening to the ‘70s legendary punk bands The Ramones and The Clash. He also counts Korn, Blink-182 and Green Day as his influences.

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Inspired by various music genres, Lucian Buscemi started learning to play various instruments at an early age. Nowadays he’s considered a multi-instrumentalist, as he plays the piano, guitar and bass.

Career

Hollywood – Actor & Musician

Lucian Buscemi’s career as an actor started very early in life, when he was only six years old, as he was cast in a minor role in the movie “Trees Lounge”. Premiered in 1996 and written and directed by Lucian’s father Steve Buscemi, this film centers around a mechanic named Tommy, who lets life pass by while he makes excuses not to leave his alcoholic ways.

In 2007 Lucian was involved i the soundtrack of “Interview”, with his band Fiasco’s song “0157: H7 (Spy Song)”.

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The movie starring and directed by his father Steve, is a remake of “The Departed” and although its script received mixed critiques, it was also well reviewed by experts due to its execution.

In 2011 Lucian collaborated in the original soundtrack (OST) of the movie “4:44 Last Day on Earth”. The film – which received mixed reviews – is a SCI-FI drama directed by Abel Ferreira, and is centered in the story of two lovers spending the end of the world together in New York.

Also in 2011, Lucian worked in the sound department of the movie “Sal”, which is based on the real story of the actor/musician Sal Mineo.

Music Career – Fiasco

Along with Jonathan Edelstein and Julian Bennett Holmes, Lucian Buscemi – who was 16 years old at the time – formed the band Fiasco. Fiasco’s sound didn’t fit in only one genre, as the members of the band were inspired by many bands such as Bad Brains, Don Caballero and Lightning Bolt.

Often defined as a mix of math rock and hardcore punk, Lucian told Gothamist that the band members were musically inspired by their personal experiences and preferences: ‘We basically all got into hardcore punk via word of mouth and the internet, and then we wanted to play that style of music.’ As such, he considers the creation of Fiasco wasn’t determined by their environment or social background: ‘Kids getting into that style of music could happen anywhere.’

Despite starting as a cover band, this didn’t deter the members from experimenting with their sound, slowly improving and developing a more unique style: ‘It got noisier and more complex I guess. We started to play in odd time signatures, and the riffs we started writing became harder to play.’ Regardless of the changes the band went through, Fiasco still preserved their punk influences throughout its career.

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After signing with the independent company Impose Records, in 2007 Fiasco released their first album – “God Loves Fiasco” – which contained 23 tracks and gained the band recognition in the local music scene of Brooklyn. After that they released various albums such as “Native Canadians” in 2008, “Fabolous Bozo FP” in 2009, and the single “Sinus Rhythm Breakdown” in 2012. These works were highly acclaimed by the public, leading the band to be showcased by not only rock music-especialized magazines, but by several mainstream media platforms.

Fiasco also toured the US several times but entered an indefinite hiatus in 2012, although apparently while in production of the single “Sinus Rhythm Breakdown”.

Its members concentrated on their personal projects – Buscemi has done more acting, in movies such as in “Interview”, “Tree Lounges” and “The Sopranos”, and has also been involved in the soundtracks of several Hollywood productions.

It’s unknown exactly what Lucian Buscemi is doing nowadays.

Personal Life

Romantic Relationships

Lucian Buscemi maintains his romantic life in private. Due to this there’s no information about his partners or marital status, but he’s presumed to be single, and doesn’t have children.

Famous Parents

Father – Steve Buscemi

Lucian’s father is Steve Buscemi, the highly acclaimed American actor, writer and director who has appeared in movies such as “Reservoir Dogs” and “Desperado”.

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Steven Vicent Buscemi was born in New York, the son of John and Dorothy Buscemi of Italian and Irish descent. Along with his parents and three brothers, Steve moved from Brooklyn to Nassau County. Steve matriculated from Valley Stream Central High School in 1975, then enrolled into Nassau Community College, though he later transferred to the Manhattan-based Lee Strasberg Institute.

Although Steve was always interested in acting, his first job was as a firefighter. He worked in New York from 1980 to 1984, when he moved to Los Angeles and made his Hollywood debut in the No Wave Cinema’s movie “The Way It Is”. After that he was cast in various minor roles in productions such as “Parting Glances” and “Miami Vice”.

In 1989 he appeared in the movie “Mystery Train”, for which he was nominated as the Best Supporting Male at the Spirit Awards of that year.

His outstanding performance in said movie helped him to gain a spot in the cast of the movie “Millers Crossing” in 1990.

In 1992 Steve Buscemi finally obtained his first starring role, as Adolpho Rollo in the movie “In The Soup”. The same year he would be cast as Mr. Pink in “Reservoir Dogs”, one of his most memorable roles to date, and for which Buscemi won the category of Best Supporting Male at the Spirit Awards.

In 1996 Buscemi acted in the movie “Fargo” as the protagonist Carl Showalter. This role was positively received by experts, and was followed by other character roles in productions such as “Con Air” in 1997, the 1998 film “The Big Lebowski”, and “Ghost World” of 2001. For the latter he won the Chicago Film Critics Association Awards category for Best Supporting Actor.

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During these years, Buscemi also debuted as a voice actor, giving his voice to various memorable characters of animated movies “Monsters, Inc.” and its prequel, “Home On The Range” of 2004, and the 2006’s “Monster House”.

Other important roles of Buscemi’s career have been as Tony Blundetto in the classic “The Sopranos” of 2004, and as Enoch Thompson in the series “Boardwalk Empire”, a role for which he won the Best Actor category at the Golden Globe Awards in 2010.

In 1992 Steve Buscemi made his debut as a director, with the short film “What Happened to Pete”, which was followed by “Trees Lounge” in 1996. In the 2000s he also directed “Animal Factory”, “Lonesome Jim” and “Interview”.

Buscemi’s career as a series director has also been successful, having worked on the web show “Love”, and TV series “The Sopranos” and “30 Rock”.

Mother – Jo Andres

Although less prominent than her husband, Lucian’s mother Jo Andres was a talented film-maker, dancer and artist. Her artistic works were featured in several galleries in New York, while she also worked and collaborated with Wooster Group, Rockefeller Study Center and Yaddo. Her most acclaimed work was the movie “Black Kites” of 1996, which was screened in several renowned international film festivals.

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Andres also directed the short film “Liquid Tara” in 2012, and Diana Krall’s music video for the song “When The Curtain Comes Down”.

Buscemi & Andres’ Story

Steve Buscemi and Jo Andres met in 1983, and started dating immediately. In 1987 they married, and managed to maintain a happy family life for decades, despite their busy careers.

Unfortunately, Jo Andres died in January 2019 after battling ovarian cancer for several years. Regarding his loss, in 2020 Buscemi told GQ Magazine: ‘If I should happen to go not suddenly, I hope I could be as present as Jo was. She led the way. She was surrounded by friends and family.’

Net Worth

Lucian Buscemi has an estimated net worth of over $5 million, which is largely the result of his career as a musician.

Physical Appearance

Lucian Buscemi is a man of white ethnicity. He has brownish-blonde hair and green eyes. He’s 5feet 8ins (1.72m) tall, but his weight is unknown.

Other Interesting Facts

All of Fiasco’s band members were multi-instrumentalists.

Lucian doesn’t have any public social media accounts.

One of Buscemi’s favorite concert venues in New York was Silent Barn.

Although his band Fiasco often cited big name musicians as their influences, Lucian told Impose Magazine otherwise: ‘We also have influences that suck but you just don’t hear them’.

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