Brad Whitford Net Worth

brad whitford net worthBrad Whitford Net Worth 2019 – Bradley Ernest Whitford is an American musician who is best known for serving as the rhythm and co-lead guitarist for the hard rock band Aerosmith. He has also worked as a songwriter for the group, co-composing well-received tracks such as 1976’s “Last Child”.

According to Forbes, Brad Whitford Net Worth 2019 is $40 Million. Longtime lead guitarist of Aerosmith who has been with the group on and off for over five decades. He wrote many of their hits, including “Last Child.” He was born the middle of three brothers to a father who worked as a teacher. He married his third wife, Kimberley Whitford, in 2006.

Brad Whitford Net Worth 2019 is $40 Million

  • First Name: Brad
  • Last Name: Whitford
  • Full Name: Bradley Ernest Whitford
  • Alternative Name: Bad Brad, Mr. Whitford
  • Age: 65 years
  • Birthday: 23rd February, 1952
  • Birthplace: Winchester, Massachusetts, USA
  • Height: 5′ 7″ (170 cm)
  • Weight: 138lbs (63 kg)
  • Build: Average
  • Eye C: Blue
  • Hair C: Grey
  • Zodiac Sign: Pisces
  • Sexuality: Straight
  • Ethnicity: White
  • Nationality: American
  • High School: Reading Memorial High School, Reading, Massachusetts, USA (1970)
  • University: Berklee College Of Music, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
  • Profession: Musician
  • Profession: Guitarist
  • Claim to Fame: Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2001 (as a member of Aerosmith)
  • Year(s) Active: 1970–present
  • Talent Agency: Paradigm Talent Agency
  • Websites:
  • Father: E. Russell Whitford
  • Mother: Joyce
  • Brother: Russell (Craig) Whitford, Kevin Whitford
  • Family Member: Zachary Whitford (son), Graham Whitford (son), Harrison Whitford (son), Aiden Whitford (son)
  • Favorite Movies: Goodfellas [1990]
  • Favorite TV Shows: The Larry Sanders Show (1992)
  • Favorite Bands: Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, The Beatles
  • Favorite Books: American Tabloids (James Ellory) [1995]
  • Favorite Places: Hawaii
  • Favorite Foods: Japanese

He left Aerosmith to work on his own from 1981 to 1984, and he briefly left again in 1994 to attend to family issues.

He learned the guitar at age fourteen and joined Aerosmith in his early twenties, replacing Ray Tabano. He often played with Joe Perry , Aerosmith’s other guitarist.

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