Tim Cappello Net Worth (Updated)

What is Timmy Cappello Net Worth?

Net Worth$8 Million (approx.)
Born03 May 1955
Age66 years 
BirthplaceNew York, United States
Source of WealthSinger, Musician
Last Updated2022

Tim Cappello is an American Musician, composer, and singer. As of 2022, his estimated Net worth is around $8 million. He is known for being a multi-instrumentalist. Tim is also known for his saxophone work supporting Tina Turner during the 1980s and 90s.

He is also popular for his performance in the 1987 vampire film The Lost Boys. He is recognized as a muscular musical figure who performs shirtless with his skin oiled up and his hair put in a ponytail.

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Tim Cappello Biography/ Wikipedia

Real NameTim Cappello
Full NameTimmy Cappello
Birthday03 May 1955
Age66 years
GenderMale
HoroscopeTaurus
NationalityAmerican
ReligionChristian
EthnicityWhite
Height6 ft
Married StatusNot Known
WifeNot Known
Net Worth$8 Million
ProfessionSinger,Actor, Musician, Composer

How Was Tim Cappello’s Early Life & Education?

Tim Cappello was born on 03 May 1955 in the Silver Lake neighborhood of Harrison, New york. He is the youngest amongst his three siblings. His father was a local conductor and a music teacher. They belong to a Sicilian family.

Tim started to take music lessons at the age of 4. He dropped out of high school at the age of 15 and he was accepted at the New England Conservatory of Music. He auditioned for both drums and keyboards.

Tim later pursued his studies under the tutelage of the jazz musician, Lennie Tristano about the saxophone. He was also a musical performer in “The Lost Boys” in 1987.

He used to play with the artists like Billy Crystal, Peter Gabriel, Garland Jeffreys, Ringo Starr, and more.

How Did Tim Cappello Started His Career?

Tim Cappello studied intermittently for four years with Lennie Tristano. And Toured with the performers like Eric Carmen and the comedian Billy Crystal, He played saxophone for Peter Gabriel in his album Peter Gabriel 2 in 1978 and also went with him on his tour. In 1978, Cappello joined Garland Jeffreys as a musician and used to play saxophone and keyboard.

From 1981 to 1982 Cappello worked in his pop band in New York City named ”The Ken Dolls” including the drummer J.P. Thunderbolt Patterson and Joe Carroll who was a Composer/producer founder of the Manhattan Producer’s Alliance (ManHatPro).

Cappello was well known for playing the g-string. In 1984, He was hired by Tina Turner as her Keyboardist and Saxophonist. His work can be heard in the tracks by Turner like “We Don’t Need Another Hero” and “One of the Living ” from Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome 

(1985).

Cappello performed on “What’s Love Got to Do with It” playing his saxophone and singing like Turner’s vocal parts. He also played saxophone on a Netflix variety show “The Break with Michelle Wolf” during a segment named ”Saxophone Apologies” 

He was the frontman of the band “The Ken Dolls” and was a composer for the 1987 film “Radium City”. He was portrayed by Jon Hamm on the show  “Saturday Night Live” in 2010 and a video of someone portraying him in shirtless, long-haired and is named Sergio Flores doing both characters of Cappello and Jon in the show’s parody segment which was ranked the video #3 on their list of the 10 best viral videos of 2011 by a Magazine.

In 2018, he was featured on GUNSHIP‘s single “Dark All Day“, along with singer Indiana. The same year he released his first solo album “Blood on the Reed”. Also had plans for a tour so that he could promote his album in the early 2019s.

In 2021, he was featured in “Worn Stories”, a Netflix series. 

Tim Cappello’s Personal Life

Cappello was once a drug addict precisely Heroin. After he quit his addiction to heroin he started bodybuilding in the 1980s. He also went on the tours with Carly Simon later that same year.

How Does Tim Cappello Make Money?

Tim Cappello’s major sources of income are:

  • Earnings as a singer
  • Earnings as a composer
  • Earnings as an actor
  • Earnings as a Multi-Instrumentalist

Tim Cappello Films/ Shows 

  • The Lost Boy (Film)
  • Hearts of Fire (Film)
  • Tap (Film)
  • What’s Love Got to Do with It (Film)
  • Miami Vice (Show)
  • Worn Stories (Show)
  • The Equalizer (Show)

Tim Cappello Social Media Media Accounts

  • Instagram (Not Available)
  • Twitter (Not Available)
  • Facebook (Not Available)
  • YouTube (Not Available)

5 Lessons to learn from Tim Cappello

  • Start from the bottom
  • Failure will always help You Grow
  • Never to Give Up
  • Pursue what you desire

Summary

Tim Cappello is a prominent American singer, musician, actor, and multi-instrumentalist with an estimated net worth of about $8 million. He used to play saxophone, supporting Tina Turner during the 1980s and 90s, as well as for his musical performance in 1987, in the vampire film “The Lost Boys”. He plays saxophone, keyboards, and percussion.

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Is Tim Cappello still active?

He is still active and in the year 2018 Tim was featured, along with singer Indiana, on the British Synthwave band GUNSHIP’s single “Dark All Day“. It rose to number 1 in the Electronic charts in the US, UK, and Canada.

How old is Tim Cappello?

Tim Cappello is 66 years old as he was born on May 3, 1955.

When did Tim Cappello Make His Debut?

In the year 1987, he did a musical performance in the vampire film “The Lost Boys”.

What is Tim Cappello’s Net Worth?

Tim Cappello’s Net worth is between $8 Million.

Is Tim Cappello Married?

There is no such information about his marital status or any of his partners.

What is Tim Cappello’s height?

Tim Cappello is 6 feet tall.

Please Note: This is not the exact net worth of Tim Cappello. It is the estimated value picked from various high authority web sources.