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Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley and all Kiss ex-members networth

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Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley and all Kiss ex-members networth

Kiss bassist, Gene Simmons never never hid his passion for money and the band is one of the most profitable in the music world. Besides Simmons, all the other members and ex-members of the band also have a good amount of cash, according to Celebrity Networth website.

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All Kiss members and ex-members networth

Ace Frehley

Ace Frehley Kiss

The original guitarist Ace Frehley who left the band in 1982, returning in 1996 and remaining another five years in the post has one million dollars in assets.

Peter Criss

Peter Criss Kiss

Peter Criss, who was a drummer from 1973 to 1980, 1996 to 2001 and between 2002 and 2004, has five million dollars.

Vinnie Vincent

Vinnie Vincent kiss

According to Famous People Today  Vinnie Vincent has $ 0.7 million in equity.

Eric Carr

Peter Criss’ replacement, the late Eric Carr, had a net worth of 5 million dollars when he died in 1991.

Mark St. John

There is no information about how much money the late Mark St. John, who was Kiss guitarist in 1984 had when he died back in 2007.

Bruce Kulick

Bruce Kulick, who played on the band from 1985 until 1996 in the albums Animalize, Asylum, Crazy Nights, Hot in the Shade and Revenge, Alive III and MTV Unplugged has fifteen million dollars

Tommy Thayer

Tommy Thayer, the Spaceman since 2002 has 10 million in networth

Eric Singer

Eric Singer has 15 million in networth

Paul Stanley

Paul Stanley kiss

Kiss original guitarist and singer Paul Stanley has a net worth of 150 million dollars.

Gene Simmons

Gene Simmons Kiss

Kiss bassist and singer Gene Simmons has 350 million dollars, much more than all the other musicians. He is known for his love for money and talked about how important money is in an interview with Music Radar back in 2019:

“If your mother needs a hip operation, or your family needs food and shelter, only money will get you that. The Ethiopian mother in the Kalahari desert who holds her baby has all the love in the world, but that baby will die.”

“You need money to buy protection and food. Money actually profoundly and accurately makes you happy. I’ve never seen anyone on TV or in print who won the lottery, who won two million pounds, who was sad.”

The band is currently in their farewell tour with Gene Simmons (Bass and Vocals), Paul Stanley (Guitar and Vocals), Tommy Thayer (Guitar) and Eric Singer (Drums).

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