Brian Ritchie Net Worth 2024


Brian Ritchie Net Worth

How much is Brian Ritchie worth? For this question we spent 14 hours on research (Wikipedia, Youtube, we read books in libraries, etc) to review the post.

The main source of income: Actors
Total Net Worth at the moment 2024 year – is about $183,1 Million.



Brian Ritchie information Birth date: November 21, 1960 Profession:Actor, Camera Department, Soundtrack

Height, Weight

:How tall is Brian Ritchie – 1,72m.
How much weight is Brian Ritchie – 53kg


Brian Ritchie Net Worth
Brian Ritchie Net Worth
Brian Ritchie Net Worth
Brian Ritchie Net Worth


Brian Ritchie (born 21 November 1960) is the bass guitarist for the alternative rock band Violent Femmes.In addition to his bass playing, Ritchie is proficient at the shakuhachi, a Japanese bamboo flute. He acquired a Jun Shihan (shakuhachi teaching license) in March 2003 from James Nyoraku Schlefer, and his professional name is Tairaku (big music in Japanese).Since 1998, he has collaborated with American shakuhachi maker Ken LaCosse developing a wide bore style of shakuhachi called Taimu.In 2007 Ritchie produced and toured with the Italian punk/folk band The Zen Circus, which subsequently changed its name to The Zen Circus And Brian Ritchie. The first international album of the band, Villa Inferno was released in 2008 for the Italian record label Unhip Records.In 2008, Ritchie and his wife, Dr Varuni Kulasekera, moved to Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, where he has guested in a band called The Green Mist. Brian Ritchie does most of his work in DV (David Vartanian) Studios. On Australia Day 2012, Ritchie and his wife were naturalised as Australian citizens.In 2009 he curated the first Mona Foma (MoFo) festival in Hobart, Tasmania. Since 2009 he has curated Mona Foma every year. At the 2012 MoFo, he organised an impromptu performance of the entire Violent Femmes first album by a super band consisting of musicians playing at MoFo: the Dresden Dolls (Amanda Palmer, vocals, and Brian Viglione, drums), two musicians touring with PJ Harveys band (Mick Harvey, guitar, and John Parish) and with Brian Ritchie himself on bass guitar, vibraphone.In 2010 he toured as bassist with the Australian surf instrumental band called The Break, composed of ex-Midnight Oil members Rob Hirst, Jim Moginie and Martin Rotsey. Their debut album Church of the Open Sky was released on April 16, 2010 on the independent label Bombora, distributed by MGM.In 2011 his home in Tasmania, designed by award winning architect Stuart Tanner, was featured in TV series Sandcastles
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