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Brian May Net Worth

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Brian May Net WorthBrian May Net Worth: Brian May is a singer, musician, record producer, songwriter, guitarist, astrophysicist, writer, author. Brian May was born 19-Jul-47 in Hampton, London. Guitarist, singer, and songwriter for the rock band Queen, whose many hits include the 1975 song “Bohemian Rhapsody.” According to Forbes, Brian May Net Worth is $175 Million. From 2008 until 2013, he served as the Chancellor of Liverpool at John Moores University. He was in Queen with John Deacon and Freddie Mercury. He studied mathematics and physics at Imperial College London and earned a PhD.

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Brian May Net Worth is $175 Million

First Name Brian
Middle Name Harold
Last Name May
Full Name Brian Harold May
Age 70 years
Date of Birth 19th July 1947
Birthplace Hampton, Middlesex, England
Height 6′ 2″ (188 cm)
Build Slim
Eye C Hazel
Hair C Grey
Zodiac S Cancer
Sexuality Straight
Ethnicity White
Nationality English
University PhD in Astrophysics from Imperial College, London
Profession Musician, astrophysicist, animals welfare activist
Profession Guitarist
Claim to Fame Guitarist for Queen
Music Genre Rock, Hard Rock, Progressive Rock
Music Genre Pop/Rock
Year(s) Active 1965–present
Music Style Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Soundtracks, Film Music, Classical
Music Mood Theatrical, Aggressive
Instrument Guitar, Songwriter, Guitar (Electric), Vocals
Instrument (text) Guitars, Vocals, Keyboards, Guitar, Piano
Record Label Hollywood, Parlophone
Associated Acts Smile, Queen, Phenomena, G3, Black Sabbath, Queen + Paul Rodgers, Anita Dobson, Kerry Ellis, Queen + Adam Lambert, Lady Gaga
Official Websites www.brianmayworld.com/, www.brianmaycentral.net/, www.brianmay.com/, http://brianmay.com
Father Harold May
Mother Ruth May
Friend Martine McCutcheon
Associated People Freddie Mercury (Queen singer), John Deacon (Queen bassist), Roger Meddows Taylor (drummer of Queen), Kerry Ellis, Rufus Taylor
Favorite Movies Women in Love [1969]
Favorite Bands The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix
Favorite Books Steppenwolf (Herman Hesse) [1927], The Glass Bead Game (Herman Hesse) [1943]
Favorite Places England
Favorite Foods Vegetarian, Prawn Cocktails
Favorite Colors Black
Favorite Accessories Sixpence coin (when playing, as a plectrum)

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