Daniel Johns Net Worth (May, 2023): Earnings, Age, Height, Wife, Biography

Daniel Johns Net Worth: $20 Million (approx.)

Net Worth:$20 Million
Date of Birth:Apr 22, 1979
Age:43 years
Height:5 ft 10 in (1.791 m)
Profession:Singer, Musician, Songwriter, Guitarist

Daniel Johns net worth is around 25 million. Daniel Johns is a famous Australian musician, singer and songwriter.

Daniel Johns is well known as the former frontman of the band Silverchair and is also one of the members of The Dissociatives. In 2007, Rolling Stone Magazine ranked Daniel Johns as number 18 on their list of “The 25 Most Under-Rated Guitarists”.

Daniel Johns Biography:

BornDaniel Paul Johns
22 April 1979 (age 43)
Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia
Other namesYoung Modern, Doctor Dreams
OccupationMusician, singer, songwriter
Years active1992–present
Spouse(s)Natalie Imbruglia​​(m. 2003; div. 2008)​
Musical career
GenresAlternative rock, electronica, art rock,R&B, grunge
InstrumentsVocals, guitar, keyboards

Daniel Johns was born to Greg, who was fruit shop owner and Julie Johns who was a housewife.

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Johns grew up in Merewether, New South Wales, Australia, with 2 younger siblings. Daniel Johns went to Newcastle High School, from which he graduated in 1997.

Daniel Johns formed a band that was originally named, The Innocent Criminals when he was just 12 years old. The band’s career started after a demo record of one of their songs ended up winning a competition on a local television program. All the band members were around 15 years old then.

The band signed a three-album deal with Sony Music, and changed their band name to Silverchair. Sony hurriedly released their first album Frogstomp in 1995 after “Tomorrow” remained in the No. 1 position on the Australian singles chart for 6 weeks.

The band released Freak Show in 1997, followed by Neon Ballroom in 1999, and then Diorama in 2002.

In late 1997, during Silverchair’s Freak Show tour, Daniel Johns experienced depression and had developed anorexia nervosa. On the album, Neon Ballroom there was a song called “Ana’s Song” that was about Johns’ battle with anorexia.

The band released Freak Show in 1997, followed by Neon Ballroom in 1999, and then Diorama in 2002.

After Diorama, Silverchair began on a lengthy gap before the release of the next album.

After Diorama, Silverchair member reunited in late 2005 and announced the production of a new album entitled Young Modern. The new album was released on 31 March 2007 and was followed by the Across the Great Divide tour with fellow Australian band Powderfinger.

In May 2011, Silverchair announced on their website that the band was going into “indefinite hibernation”.

In May 2012, Daniel Johns wrote and recorded music with pop duo The Veronicas for their third album. The writing process started in November 2011, and the twin sisters stated that working with Johns “was one of our greatest experiences.”

In January 2014, Daniel Johns co-wrote the song “Impossible”, released by Australian rapper 360, and also sang on the song’s chorus. Daniel met 360 through his brother Heath, who is also 360’s publisher.

In 2016, Daniel Johns was a musical director and arranged and produced the music for the Netflix animated children’s series Beat Bugs.

Daniel Johns has also collaborated with artists such as Zhu in the track “Modern Conversation” in 2017 and fellow Australian artist What So Not in the album Not All The Beautiful Things, released in 2018, where he contributed to a good portion of the music.

Daniel teamed up with Luke Steele from Empire of the Sun to form Dreams, releasing the single “No One Defeats Us” in March 2018.

Daniel Johns Wife:

Daniel Johns announced his engagement to long-time girlfriend, actress, singer and model Natalie Imbruglia in late 2002, and they married on New Year’s Eve 2003. In 2008, it was announced they were divorcing due to lack of time for each other.

Daniel Johns Interesting Facts:

Daniel Johns is also known for his animal rights support, having revealed that he is a vegan in 1998.