About Iggy Pop
It has been claimed that the overall estimate of Iggy Pop net worth today has a sum of 15 million dollars, which he has earned through his successful career in entertainment industry. Iggy Pop is mostly known as a musician, but he has also been involved into acting industry. This career has also brought a lot of financial success to him and added up to the total sum of Iggy Pop net worth. During his career as a musician, Iggy Pop has been involved into various music genres, including pop, blues, jazz and hard rock.
Iggy Pop got his nickname Iggy when he was still studying at high school. At that time, he was playing in the band called “The Iguanas”, where he served as a drummer. Today mostly he is known as a member of the band called “The Stooges”. His involvement into this band has also added up a lot to the overall amount of Iggy Pop net worth.
Iggy Pop has released quite a lot of singles and recordings during his career as a musician, the most well known of them being “The Passenger”, “Candy”, “Lust for Life”, “Nightclubbing”, “Real Wild Child”, “I Wanna Be Your Dog” and many more.
Iggy Pop was born in 1947 in Michigan. Iggy Pop started his career as a musician, when he was still a student in high school. It was this time when he started to join various bands, where he played as a drummer. In fact, his stage name Iggy has been derived due to his belonging to one of those bands, as it has been already mentioned, “The Iguanas”.
Iggy Pop got interested into blues music and even quitted attending the University of Michigan in order to move to Chicago, where his aim was to learn more about this music style. When he settled in Chicago, Iggy Pop continued to play blues music in various clubs, as well. Thus, soon, he formed a band called “Psychedelic Stooges”. It was also this time when he became known to the public as Iggy.
Talking about another career of his, that being of an actor, which has also increased the overall amount of Iggy Pop net worth, he has appeared in quite a few movies, as well, such as “The Rugrats Movie”, “Snow Day” and “The Color of Money”.