Ronan Keating


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Ronan Patrick John Keating was born on the 3rd March 1977, in Dublin, Ireland, and is a pop singer and songwriter. He made his debut as lead singer of the boy band Boyzone, which had great success in the 1990s. Ronan Keating released his first solo album “Ronan” in 2000, which was a big hit. As a soloist, he has sold more than 25 million albums worldwide.How much is the net worth of Ronan Keating? It has been estimated by authoritative sources that the overall size of his wealth is as much as $25 million, as of the data presented in the middle of 2017. Music is the main source of Keating’s net worth.

Full Name Ronan Keating
Net Worth $25 Million
Date Of Birth March 3, 1977
Place Of Birth Finglas, Dublin, Ireland
Height 5′ 9″ (1.75 m)
Profession Recording artist, singer, musician, TV show personality
Nationality Irish
Spouse Storm Uechtritz (m. 2015), Yvonne Connolly (m. 1998–2015)
Children Jack Keating, Marie ‘Missy’ Keating, Ali Keating
Parents Gerry Keating, Marie Keating
Siblings Linda Keating, Ciaran Keating, Gerard Keating, Gary Keating
Awards Special Achievement Award (Cancer Research UK, 2009), Smash Hits Best Solo Male, World Music Award – Best selling Irish artist (2012), VIP Style Award for Most Stylish Couple (2009), World Music Award for World’s Best Irish Male Artist (2003)
Record Labels Polydor
Albums Ronan (2000), Duet (2010), Said and Done (1995), Where We Belong (1998), Brother (2010), When Ronan Met Burt (2011), Fires (2012), Time of My Life (2016)
Music Groups Boyzone (Boys band)
Nominations International Federation of the Phonographic Industry, British Phonographic Industry (sertified on UK Albums Chart, album “Ronan”)
Movies Notting Hill, Goddess (2013), Celebrity Juice, Once (2014), Another Mother’s Son (2016), Postman Pat: The Movie (2014), Another Mother’s Son (2017)
TV Shows 2006 FIFA World Cup (Brandenburg Gate in Berlin), MTV Asia Awards (2002), The Morning Show (Australia, 2009), Sunday Love Songs (BBC Radio 2, 2012), The Voice Australia (2016), When Ronan Met Burt (2011), The X Factor,