Ralf Bendix Net Worth, Bio, Wiki

January 1, 2020

Ralf Bendix Net Worth

Karl Heinz Schwab makes how much a year? For this question we spent 10 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 2022 year – is about $217 Million.



Karl Heinz Schwab information Birth date: August 16, 1924, Dortmund, Germany Death date: September 1, 2014, Stansstad, Switzerland Birth place: Dortmund-Wellinghofen, Germany Profession:Actor Spouse:Petra Schwab (m. ?–2014)Albums:Durch die Jahre, Gold Masters

Height, Weight

:How tall is Ralf Bendix – 1,69m.
How much weight is Ralf Bendix – 80kg


Ralf Bendix Net Worth
Ralf Bendix Net Worth
Ralf Bendix Net Worth
Ralf Bendix Net Worth


Biography,Early on, Ralf Bendix played the modern music of his time in bands, both as a soldier and in American custody. He began his studies – which he financed as a guitarist at the Jazzkeller (de) venue of Frankfurt – in order to become a lawyer and economist, and graduated in 1952. He was then appointed head of the Dusseldorf office of the Trans World Airlines. He held that position until 1962, although he had been already active as a Schlager singer for seven years.His artistic career began with a performance as a singer in a regional television show in the American city of Pittsburgh in 1955. In the same year, he was also discovered in a young talent competition for the German music market. His successful performance was rewarded with a recording contract with Paul Kuhn at ELECTROLA. The engagement of the record company quickly paid off, since as soon as June 1956, Ralf Bendix, now his artists name, was noticed for the first time when the title She was called Mary-Ann – a cover version of Sixteen Tons with German text by Peter Moesser (de) – was recorded and rose to the second place of the German hit singles. In 1958, he played a part along Fred Bertelmann in the music film Der lachende Vagabund (de) in which he performed the hit song Die Sonne von Andalucia.In addition, Ralf Bendix appeared under the pseudonym Johnny Guitar and published a total of four more singles by ELECTROLA.Altogether, in the following years, 24 of his songs, mostly German versions of Italian and American hits, were placed in the German hit lists. His most successful interpretation was the self – produced German cover of the Babysitter-Boogie, which, after it was issued in April 1961, stayed five weeks in the first place and earned him a Golden Record. The original, Baby Sittin Boogie, had been issued in the US in January 1961 by Buzz Clifford and received a German text by Joachim Relin (de). Even the baby voices were newly recorded, Klein-Elisabeth was the daughter of ELECTROLA producer Hans Bertram. With this upbeat tune, he had a lasting success until the year 1964. Ralf Bendix displayed a more serious side of his activity with the germanisation of American Gospel songs and new spiritual songs, His attempt to create a new danse genre with Tumba Tumbala in 1972, however, was not successful. Other activities were more successful: From the end of the 1960s onwards, Ralf Bendix made a name for himself as a producer and talent maker. His discoveries included Heino, who was also produced by Bendix.After he retired from show business, Ralf Bendix lived in Monaco and Florida and then in Switzerland where he died 1 September 2014 aged 90.


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