Shannon Leto the drummer of rock band “Thirty Seconds to Mars” co-founded the group in 1998 in Los Angeles, California, with his younger brother Jared. In this post you will get all the information related to his net worth and life.
How Much Shannon Leto Earned in His Career?
Shannon Leto an American drummer and actor has an estimated net worth of $10 million dollars. Antoine Becks, The Wondergirls, and Street Drum Corps are just a few of the artists that Hannon Leto has collaborated with in addition to playing drums on his band’s five studio albums. He is a prosperous businessman as well.
He started his career as a coffee trader in 2014 and established the Black Fuel Trading Company. In 2019, Shannon spent $900,000 on a 2,600 square foot home in the Sunset Strip district. He frequently used a $40,000 Rubicon Jeep.
We might assume he has accumulated a sizeable fortune from all of his endeavors. His current net worth is $10 million.
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The Incredible Journey of Shannon Leto
Constance Leto gave birth to Shannon Leto in Bossier City, Louisiana. His mother is of Cajun descent. His stepfather’s last name is “Leto”. He and his younger brother, Jared, lived with their mother and his maternal grandparents, William Lee Metrejon and Ruby Russell after his parents split when they were young.
Shannon’s father remarried and took his own life when he was ten years old. Leto’s mother supported her son’s involvement in the arts by becoming a member of the hippie movement.
Leto developed an interest in percussion as soon as he and his brother began making music together at a young age and his role models included musicians working in a variety of various disciplines. He said:
“I came from a highly artistic family, there were canvases and paint everywhere, musicians and all sorts of stuff. It simply seemed reasonable. At a young age, I began to play with pots and pans, so I just naturally gravitated toward it. It was only a natural development.”
When he was ten years old, he got his first drum set. He then started teaching himself and creating his own style. He described himself as an outsider who detested norms and conformity and took any opportunity to break them. Leto also played roles in television series & movies and below you will read in which series he appeared.
In How Many Series Did Shannon Leto’s Appear?
In 1994, Leto secured a bit part in “My So-Called Life” television sitcom. Later, he made appearances in the movies Highway, Sol Goode and Prefontaine. With the brief-lived supergroup The Wondergirls, Leto released the songs “Drop That Baby” and “Let’s Go All the Way” in 1999.
The Wondergirls featured Scott Weiland, Mark McGrath and Ian Astbury, among others. Leto has occasionally shared the stage with the American percussion group Street Drum Corps since 2007.
He teamed up with Thirty Seconds to Mars and Habitat for Humanity in June 2008 to work on a house that was being repaired and restored as part of the Greater Los Angeles Area’s “A Brush With Kindness” initiative.
After meeting musician Antoine Becks in 2009, Leto started producing the American techno band CB7. Later in 2011, CB7 served as Thirty Seconds to Mars’ opening act on the North American leg of their Into the Wild Tour.
The same year, Leto and Becks started a side project and toured the world together up until the summer of 2012, when they decided to part ways. Leto started the lifestyle company Black Fuel Trading Company in 2014 with a primary focus on ethically produced, direct-trade coffee.
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