Mark Knopfler


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Mark Knopfler was born on the 12th August 1949 in Glasgow, Scotland, UK. He is a singer and guitarist best known as the frontman of the British rock band Dire Straits. His famous guitar seems like a cross between the ethereal sound of The Shadows of Hank Marvin and finger picking play of J.J. Cale. The low-nose Knopfler’s voice evokes memories of Bob Dylan and also J.J. Cale. Among many awards Mark Knopfler has won are a number of Grammy and Brit Awards. Knopfler has been active in the entertainment industry since 1965.How much is the wealth of the singer? According to the information of authoritative sources, the net worth of Mark Knopfler stands at $95 million, as of the data presented in the middle of 2016. His assets include a collection of classic cars, to give examples: the Maserati 300S and an Austin-Healey 100S.

Full Name Mark Knopfler
Net Worth $95 Million
Date Of Birth August 12, 1949
Place Of Birth Glasgow, Strathclyde, Scotland, UK
Height 6′ (1.83 m)
Profession Singer, songwriter, guitarist, record producer, film score composer
Education Gosforth Grammar School, Harlow College, University of Leeds
Nationality British
Spouse Kitty Aldridge (m. 1997), Lourdes Salomone (m. 1983–1993)
Children Isabella Knopfler, Katya Ruby Rose Knopfler, Joseph Knopfler, Benji Knopfler, Going Home, Boom, Like That, Romeo and Juliet
Parents Louisa Mary, Erwin Knopfler, Going Home, Boom, Like That, Romeo and Juliet
Siblings David Knopfler
Awards BRIT Award for Best British Group, Grammy Award for Best Country Instrumental Performance and for Best Rock Vocal Group (1986), Juno Award for International Album of the Year, Honorary Doctor of Music from Newcastle University and from the University of Leeds, Music Poducers Guild Award for Best S…
Albums “The Booze Brothers” (1973), “Dire Straits”, “Missing Presumed…. having a good time”, “Golden Heart” (1996), “Down to the Waterline”, “Sailing to Philadelphia” (2000), “In The Gallery”, “Lions”, “Get Lucky” (2009), “Wild West End”, “Eastbound Train”, “Privateering” (2012), “Tracker” (2015)
Music Groups “Café Racers”, “Dire Straits” (1977-1995), “The Notting Hillbillies”
Nominations Grammy Award for Song of the Year, BAFTA Award for Best Film Music, Echo Award for Best International Rock/Pop Group, Echo Award for Best International Rock/Pop Male Artist, Brit Award for Best Producer, Country Music Association Award for Vocal Event of the Year, Going Home, Boom, Like That, Romeo …