Stewart Copeland Net Worth


stewart copeland net worthStewart Copeland Net Worth 2019: Stewart Armstrong Copeland is an American musician and composer. He was the drummer for the British rock band the Police, has produced film and video game soundtracks and written various pieces of music for ballet, opera and orchestra.

  • First Name: Stewart
  • Last Name: Copeland
  • Full Name: Stewart Armstrong Copeland
  • Alternative Name: Kinetic Kid, Klark Kent, Drum Pow Stew
  • Age: 65 years
  • Birthday: 16th July, 1952
  • Birthplace: Alexandria, Virginia, USA
  • Height: 6′ 2″ (188 cm)
  • Build: Slim
  • Hair C: Blonde
  • Zodiac Sign: Cancer
  • Sexuality: Straight
  • Ethnicity: White
  • Nationality: American
  • High School: Millfield from 1967 to 1969
  • University: UC Berkeley, California Western University
  • Profession: Drummer
  • Profession: Drummer
  • Claim to Fame: Drummer for The Police
  • Music Genre (Text): Rock, reggae, pop, New Wave, jazz, progressive rock, new wave, jazz fusion, post punk
  • Music Genre: Pop/Rock, Percussion
  • Origin: Alexandria, Virginia
  • Year(s) Active: 1975–present, 1974–present
  • Music Style: Easy Listening
  • Music Mood: Sophisticated
  • Instrument: Percussion
  • Instrument (text): Drums, Percussion, Vocals, Keyboards, Guitar, Bass, percussion, guitar
  • Record Label: A&M Records, E1 Music, A&M
  • Associated Acts: The Police, Klark Kent, Animal Logic, Oysterhead, Gizmo, Curved Air, Manzarek-Krieger, Stan Ridgway, Mike Rutherford, Peter Gabriel, Tom Waits, Snoop Dogg, Spyro The Dragon, Strontium 90
  • Websites:,,

Personal Life

Drummer for the rock band The Police who has also gone by the pseudonym Klark Kent, releasing songs like “Don’t Care.” In 2019, Stewart Copeland Net Worth is $80 Million. He married Sonja Kristina on July 16, 1982; after their divorce in 1991, he remarried Fiona Dent in 1993.

How Much is Stewart Copeland Net Worth?

According to Forbes, Stewart Copeland Net Worth 2019 is $80 Million. He wrote the score for the Oscar-nominated Oliver Stone film Wall Street. He was ranked the fifth greatest drummer of all time by Rolling Stone magazine’s reader poll in 2010.

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