Mark Holden Net Worth
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Total Net Worth at the moment 2021 year – is about $10 Million.
Mark Holden information Birth date: April 27, 1954 Birth place: Adelaide, Australia Profession:Singer, Actor Nationality:Australia Spouse:Anna Holden Children:Katie HoldenAlbums:Moments
:How tall is Mark Holden – 1,76m.
How much weight is Mark Holden – 74kg
Mark Holden is an Australian singer, actor, television personality and now barrister. He was one of a panel of three original judges on the television series Australian Idol and the first series of The X-Factor.
Biography,Early yearsMark Ronald Holden was born on 27 April 1954 to Helen (nee King) and Ron Holden at Calvary Hospital, North Adelaide. His fathers family were involved with the Holden and Sloggetts Travelling Circus, although Ron became an architect and Helen was a teacher.Holden attended Westminster School in Adelaide. While there he was really encouraged to be a musician. I remember we were given a room under a stairwell to rehearse our band. At the University of Adelaide he completed three years of a law course before leaving to pursue his music career.1974-1977: Music CareerMain articles: Dawn in Darkness, Let Me Love You (album), and Encounter (Mark Holden album)In 1974, whilst studying law, Mark Holden was a contestant on the Channel Nine talent quest, Showcase. He won and signed a record deal with EMI Music and issued his debut album Dawn in Darkness in 1975, in which Holden wrote or co-wrote all tracks..From 1975 to 1976, Holden performed as Joseph in the first Australian production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at the Seymour Centre, Sydney. He was the first pop star in the world to play the lead role.In May 1976, Holden released a cover of Eric Carmens Never Gonna Fall in Love Again. The song became a hit peaking at number 13 on the Australian Kent Music Report. He released I Wanna Make You My Lady in September and Last Romance in December, which both peaked at number 11. Holden issued his second studio album, Let Me Love You. At the TV Week King of Pop Awards of 1976 he won Most Popular New Talent.In 1977, Holden released Hey, My Love in February which peaked at number 32, and Reach Out for the One Who Loves You in August, which peaked at number 17. Holdens third album Encounter was released in 1977. Both Let Me Love You and Encounter were each certified double gold for shipment of 50,000 copies.1976-1979: TV & FilmIn 1976, Holden played the role of Greg Mason on the TV soap opera The Young Doctors. In 1977, he starred in Blue Fire Lady and Newsfront and Reach for the Stars and Case for the Defence in 1978.A the Logie Awards of 1977, Holden won Most Popular Australian TV Teenage Personality and Best New Talent. He won Most Popular Australian TV Teenage Personality in 1978 also.1980s & 90s: Music Producer in Los AngelesMain articles: Mark Holden (album) and Moments (Mark Holden album)In 1980, Holden relocated to Los Angeles. In 1983, he released his fourth studio album, Mark Holden on Casablanca Records. Holden began working as a songwriter and music producer. He co-wrote two top ten hits on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs for the Temptations, Lady Soul (June 1986) and Look What You Started (1987). There were also hits with Tracie Spencer, Joey Lawrence, Will Downing, a #1 dance hit with Kathy Sledge, and over 50 cover recordings of his songs from artists as varied as Belinda Carlisle, Steve Jones of the Sex Pistols, The Manhattans, Donny Osmond, Jose Feliciano, Fleetwood Mac, David Hasselhoff, Scarlett and Black and Branford Marsalis. He also developed and produced artists including Calvin Klein model and film star Milla Jovovich (Chaplin, Blue Lagoon 2, Dazed and Confused, The 5th Element), for EMI Records Group, New York. This led to her debut album, a US Top Ten Post Modern hit, it won critical raves including a 3 star review in Rolling Stone magazine.For three years Mark worked with David Hasselhoff, producing and coordinating his albums, live promotion and musical projects for television, particularly in Europe where David enjoyed multi-platinum successes including the Top Ten hit in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, Wir Zwei Allein Heut Nacht (Together alone tonight) which Mark wrote with David Hasselhoff. Jeremy Jackson, the actor who played David Hasselhoffs son on Baywatch, was signed to Mark Holdens production company and had two hits in Europe including You Can Run which was Top 5 in the Netherlands.In 1999, Mark moved back to Australia, performed his show 100 Years of Australian Music at the School of Arts Cafe in Queanbeyan and hosted the Silver Jubilee edition of Countdown.2000-2002: Return to Australia & Marjac ProductionsIn 2000, his company Marjac Productions, with Transistor Music Australia and Universal Music Australia launched Vanessa Amorosi onto the Australian and international stage. Amorosis debut album The Power peaked at number 1 and was certified 4 times platinum in Australia. MarJac Productions signed with Sony Music Australia and wrote songs for Delta Goodrem, Nikki Webster and Sophie Monk.In 2002, Mark was honoured by This is Your Life.2003-2007: Australian Idol & The X Factor AustraliaMain articles: Australian Idol, The X Factor (Australian TV series), and Live at the George BallroomIn 2003, Holden was a judge on the Australian Idol, where he remained for five season. Holden executive-produced the Final 12 cast CD for Australian Idol which went double platinum and included the song Rise Up which he co-wrote with Vanessa Amorosi and peaked at number 1 on the ARIA Charts. His phrase Touchdown became the highest form of accolade for the contestants. Cosima De Vito received the first touchdown, for her rendition of Cold Chisels When the War Is Over. When De Vito scored the first touchdown, Ian Dickson said that he could not help but think that De Vito had been sent by another television network as a spy because she was everything the competition was about.In 2003, Holden appeared in cameo acting roles on Kath & Kim. In 2004 Mark established Dream Dealers, his own Management, Music Publishing and Record Company. Dream Dealers immediately achieved success with first signing, Joel Turner and the Modern Day Poets. Their first single These Kids reached #1 on the ARIA Charts and achieved double platinum status. Their self-titled album was released in late 2004 was also certified platinum.In 2004, Holden recorded a live DVD titled Live at the George Ballroom. The DVD was produced by Drew Thompson and released in 2005 as a DVD + CD through Thompson Music.In 2004, Marks family group, The Holdens, released their first CD, A Tribute to Tex Morton. The album featured songs made famous by the legendary country singer and showman.In 2005, Holden appeared as a judge on the first season of The X Factor, along with John Reid and Kate Ceberano. The R&B group he mentored during the show, Random, went on to win. In 2007, Holden featured in American TV network NBCs The Starter Wife with Debra Messing.Holdens radio career includes co-hosting The Drive Home with Cal Wilson while regular host Akmal Saleh was sick. He also hosted the short lived show in 2007, The Dicko, Holden and Chrissie Show on Nova FM.2008-present: Theatre, TV and autoBiography,In early 2008, Holden played the role of Johnny OKeefes manager Lee Gordon in Shout! The Legend of The Wild One.In 2010, he guest starred as Doctor Wallace in Season 5 of Sea Patrol, which aired in July 2011. From 2010-2011 he was a fill-in presenter of the weekday afternoon show on South Australias 891 ABC Adelaide, where his focus has been on musical discussion. In early 2011 he has been fill in presenter of ABC Local Radio nationally. Mark is one of the regular fill-ins for Richard Stubbs on 774 ABC Melbourne. In early 2012 he was fill-in presenter for the nationwide ABC Local network show Nightlife with Tony Delroy.In 2014, Holden was a participant of Dancing with the Stars and was involved in high-profile controversy over his inappropriate on-air comments while wearing a clown costume. Holden subsequently apologised for his behaviour, and was voted out of the show.in 2014, Holden honoured his family on a 5 part TV series called Holden Brothers Travelling Circus on the ABC. The series included footage from the 1950s and 60s. A CD/DVD was released and credited to The Holden Brothers Travelling Circus.In May 2021, Holden will released his autoBiography, , titled, My Idol Years. 
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