Henry Rollins Net Worth 2020, Biography, Education, and Career.
Henry Rollins Net Worth 2020 – Henry Rollins was barely out of his teens when he joined the legendary punk band Black Flag. After parting ways with the band in 1986, he enjoyed some success as a spoken word artist and with the Rollins Band.
In the mid-1990s, Rollins added acting to his resumé, appearing in such films as Johnny Mnemonic (1995). He had his own television program, The Henry Rollins Show, from 2006 to 2007. Two years later, he had a recurring role on the hit television drama Sons of Anarchy.
Born Henry Lawrence Garfield in Washington, D.C., on February 13, 1961, Henry Rollins is regarded as a punk rock icon for his work with Black Flag and the Rollins Band.
He is also an accomplished writer and actor. Growing up in Washington, D.C., Rollins’s mother, Iris Garfield, worked for the U.S. government in the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare.
His father, Paul Garfield, was an economist. When he was still very young, Rollins’s parents divorced, and he was subsequently raised by his mother.
Rollins’s mother taught him how to read before he entered school. This interest in the printed word continued into his school years. As he explained to, “In school, I really didn’t dig math or science but I liked literature.”
Some of his earliest influences were writers John Steinbeck, Truman Capote and Ernest Hemingway.
Musically, Rollins grew up listening to a diverse mix of music. He was, through his mother, exposed to classical compositions and the work of jazz legends Miles Davis and John Coltrane, as well as such classic rock greats as the Doors.
With his friend, Ian MacKaye, Rollins began developing his own musical sensibility as a teenager. He went to performances by the Clash and the Ramones, which turned him on to punk.
From 1981 to ’86, Rollins established himself as a leading hard-core punk figure. He became known for his high-energy, aggressive singing style.
Being in Black Flag could also be combative. During the making of his first record with the group, Damaged, Rollins explained to The New York Times, “We were broke and at each other’s throats, but every song we wrote was first-rate.”
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He also helped write songs for such later Black Flag albums as My War(1984), Slip It In (1984) and In My Head (1985). The 1986 live album Who’s Got the 10 1/2? proved to be the group’s last record. Rollins later chronicled his experiences of touring with Black Flag in the book Get In The Van.