How rich is Mark Moore? Net Worth, Height, Weight

March 10, 2018

Mark Moore Net Worth

How Much money Mark Moore has? For this question we spent 21 hours on research (Wikipedia, Youtube, we read books in libraries, etc) to review the post.

The main source of income: Celebrities
Total Net Worth at the moment 2019 year – is about $111,6 Million.



Mark Moore information Birth date: 1965-01-12 Profession:Transportation Department, Actor, Production Manager

Height, Weight

:How tall is Mark Moore – 1,60m.
How much weight is Mark Moore – 54kg


Mark Moore Net Worth
Mark Moore Net Worth
Mark Moore Net Worth
Mark Moore Net Worth


Mark Moore (born 12 January 1965) is a British dance music record producer and DJ. He was founder of the dance/sampling pioneers SExpress, and runs the London nightclubs, Electrogogo and Can Can.
Biography,Moore began his DJ career in 1983 playing at the fashionable London club, The Mud Club, run by Philip Sallon. Later that year as his popularity grew he was given a slot at the alternative, mixed/gay night Asylum at Heaven nightclub which later became Pyramid at Heaven. He soon became a successful DJ often appearing in Time Outs best DJ polls. As well as playing new-wave electronic dance music, such as Yello, Cabaret Voltaire, Soft Cell and New Order, Moore was one of the first DJs in the UK to support and play Chicago House music and Detroit Techno.In 1988 Moore launched SExpress with co-writer/co-producer Pascal Gabriel. The first single Theme From SExpress went to number 1 in the UK Singles Chart, and is credited by Muzik magazine as kick starting the UK house scene. This was followed up with Superfly Guy which reached number 5 in the UK Chart.Moore and William Orbit formed a friendship, when Moore asked Orbit to remix the SXpress hit, Hey Music Lover, and the duo worked together mixing Princes Batdance, Electric Chair and The Future plus Malcolm McLarens Deep in Vogue, Somethings Jumpin In Your Shirt and Call A Wave. Moore also had a working relationship with engineer Mark McGuire. He would feature up-and-coming Billie Ray Martin as vocalist on Hey Music Lover, giving her early exposure before her band, Electribe 101, released its debut album. An admirer of the composer Philip Glass, Moore asked Glass to remix Hey Music Lover, which the composer did in singular style. A friendship was also formed with Carl Craig when he first came to London aged 19 and Craig worked on the second SExpress album Intercourse.Moore also had made a cameo appearance as a pirate radio DJ on Bomb the Basss debut album Into The Dragon. Moore was heard playing the fluffy bagel mix of Superfly Guy on Get Outta Bed Radio! That mix can by found on the Hip Hop and Rapping in the House compilation released in the late 1980s. Other cameos include appearing on the French & Saunders TV show as part of the She Rappers sketch, which can be seen on The Best of French And Saunders DVD.During 2002, he was involved with the Needledust project with Robert Michael and Tim Southgate. In 2005, Moore set up the record label Umami Records. From 2005 onwards Moore has released new music and remixes under the monikers Mark Moore & Eon, Mark Moore & Kinky Roland and UltraViva (with David Motion). Moore has also remixed Prince, Malcolm McLaren, Seal, Erasure, Dead Or Alive, Divine, Boystown Gang, The Real Thing, Randy Crawford, The B-52s, Soft Cell, the electro pop band, Temposhark, Unklejam, Client, Mlle Caro & Frank Garcia, Next Door But One and Chanty Poe, amongst others. In 2008 SExpress came out of cryogenic slumber and released Stupid Little Girls on the Kitsune label to mark the 20-year anniversary of the second summer of love and (according to Moore) to confuse the history books.Moore also writes articles for magazines. He has a weekly music column with Princess Julia in QX International. Published articles include: interviews with John Waters (Waters gave Moore permission to sample his voice on the start of the SExpress track Brazil) and Siouxsie Sioux (for ID magazine), a Russ Meyer feature for Fused, Acid House London: The Mark Moore Experience for Clash Magazine, Punk Rock Saved My Life for Super Super.


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