Quincy Jones Net Worth: Quincy Delight Jones Jr. also was known as “Q“, is an American record producer, actor, conductor, arranger, composer, musician, television producer, film producer, instrumentalist, magazine founder, entertainment company executive, and humanitarian. His career spans six decades in the entertainment industry, a record 79 Grammy Award nominations, and 28 Grammys, including a Grammy Legend Award in 1991. He has a net worth of $400 million. Check out the below article to know the complete information regarding Quincy Jones Networth, His Salary Per Year, Per Month, Per Day, Earnings, Houses, Cars, Biography and his other Investments details.
Quincy Jones Net Worth 2018 @ $ 400 Million
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Quincy Jones is an American musical conductor, record producer, trumpeter, musical arranger, and television producer who has a net worth of $400 million.
Quincy Jones Salary Per Year | Per Month | Per Day & Earnings Overview
- Asset 2013 – The estimated value of Jones’ Friedman residence – $1,650,000
Quincy Jones Mansion (House) | Cars Collection | Private Jets
Quincy Jones Home & Property (Quincy Jones House Address):
Crestwood Hills house $2.45M
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Quincy Jones Biography | Wiki
Quincy Jones was born Quincy Delight Jones Jr. on March 14, 1933 in Chicago, Illinois but he was raised in Seattle. In 1951, he won a musical scholarship to the Schillinger House, which is now the Berklee College of Music. But Quincy abandoned his studies after being offered a chance to tour with band leader Lionel Hampton. After relocating to New York City he earned several freelance commissions arranging songs for artists such as Sarah Vaughn, Duke Ellington, and Ray Charles.
In 1963 Charles helped to discover singer Lesley Gore, and arranged some of her biggest hits including, “It’s My Party”. The following year, Charles was the first African-American promoted to Vice President of Mercury Records. Quincy is perhaps most famous for being the super-producer behind several of Michael Jackson’s albums, most notably Thriller. As you probably know, Thriller is the highest selling album of all time with more than 100 million copies sold worldwide. Thriller was responsible for a significant portion of Quincy’s early fortune. That same year he began composing film scores, and eventually he would come to compose over 33.
In 1994, Jones along with David Salzman formed the company Quincy Jones/David Salzman Entertainment, or QDE. QDE produces media technology, television programs, and motion pictures. They were responsible for shows such as “MadTV”, “In The House”, and “The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air”. In 2001 Jones released an autobiography. In 2007 he began the Quincy Jones Video Podcast.
Quick Facts about Quincy Jones:
|Full Name||Quincy Jones III|
|Net Worth||$350 Million|
|Date Of Birth||March 14, 1933|
|Place Of Birth||Chicago, Illinois, United States|
|Height||5 ft 6 in (1.689 m)|
|Profession||Record producer, Conductor, Music Arranger, Film Score Composer, Composer, Television producer, Musician, Trumpeter, Film Producer, Actor|
|Education||Garfield High School, Seattle University, Berklee College of Music|
|Spouse||Peggy Lipton (m. 1974–1990), Ulla Andersson (m. 1967–1974), Jeri Caldwell (m. 1957–1966)|
|Children||Rashida Jones, Kidada Jones, Jolie Jones Levine|
|Parents||Sarah Frances Jones, Quincy Delight Jones, Sr.|
|Siblings||Rashida Jones, Kidada Jones, Jolie Jones Levine, Martina Jones, Kenya Julia Miambi Sarah Jones, Rachel Jones|
|Nicknames||Quincy Delight Jones II , Q , Quincy Delightt Jones, Jr. , Leigh Warren , Quincy Delight Jones Jr. , Quincy Delight Jones, Jr.|
|Awards||Grammy Award for Album of the Year/Record of the Year/Producer of the Year/Best Music Video/Best Spoken Word Album, Kennedy Center Honors (2001), Grammy Legend Award (1992), Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award (1996), Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Music Composition (1977), Soul Train Music Award for Heritage Award/Best Jazz Album|
|Albums||“Big Bad Bossa Nova”, “Thriller”, “Off the Wall”,”Walking In Space” (1969), “Smackwater Jack” (1971), “Mellow Madness” (1975), “The Best (Compilation, 1982)”, “Q Soul Bossa Nostra” (2010)|
|Nominations||Grammy Hall of Fame, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (2013)|
|Movies||Keep On Keepin’ On (2014), The Color Purple (1985), The Distortion of Sound (2014), Fantasia 2000 (1999), Michael Jackson: Number Ones (2003)|
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