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David Murray Brockie was born on the 30th August 1963, in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, and was a musician best known for being the frontman and leading vocalist of American heavy metal band Gwar (or GWAR as it is often referred to), in which he performed under the pseudonym Oderus Urungus. Apart from this, he was also widely known as a member of the X-Cops, Death Piggy and Dave Brockie Experience (DBX) bands. He passed away in 2014.
Have you ever wondered how much wealth this musician accumulated for life? How rich would Dave Brockie be today? According to sources, it is estimated that the amount of Dave Brockie’s net worth, as of 2017, would be around the sum of $50,000.
Dave Brockie Net Worth $50,000
Dave attended Robinson Secondary School in Fairfax, Virginia, where he was the leader of the “punk tribe” and also one of the founding members and the frontman of Death Piggy, hardcore punk band in 1982. The band led by Dave released their debut extended play “Love War” in 1983. Subsequently, they came to prominence after Dave introduced the idea of wearing monster costumes during their performances. This success was followed with another two studio albums, “Death Rules the Fairway” and “R45”, which were released in 1984 and 1985 respectively. These ventures provided the basis for Dave Brockie’s net worth.
In 1984, Brockie alongside several friends founded the hardcore punk/heavy metal band – Gwar. The band’s original lineup consisted of Dave and Steve Douglas on guitars, Chris Bopst as a bassist, Jim Thomson on drums and Ben Eubanks as a vocalist. As they kept the idea of performing in costumes and under heavy make-up, using various props on stage, Hunter Jackson served as behind-the-stage member who provided it all. After several line-up changes and rotations, Dave Brockie became the leading vocalist of Gwar, and performed under the name Oderus Urungus. Their debut album “Hell-O” released in 1988 was followed by “Scumdog of the Universe” which hit the charts in 1990, featuring the song “Sick of You” which soon became one of the most performed songs in their concerts. In 1994, Gwar’s third studio album “This Toilet Earth” managed to replicate the success of its previous releases. It is certain that all these accomplishments helped Dave Brockie to dramatically enlarge his net worth.
From then on, Dave Brockie and his Gwar, although with several crew variations and changes, released nine more studio albums, 13 in total of which the commercially most successful were “Carnival of Chaos” (1997), “War Party” (2004), “Lust in Space” (2009) with hit singles such as “Don’t Need a Man”, “We Kill Everything”, “The Song of Words”, as well as “Fistful of Teeth”, “School’s Out” and “Battle Maximus” among many. Besides these, Gwar also released two compilation albums as well as a dozen DVD videos of their songs and tours. Doubtlessly, all these achievements made a huge impact on Dave Brockie’s net worth.
Apart from Gwar, Dave was also involved in X-Cops, an independent side project of several of Gwar’s members, as well as his eponymous band – Dave Brockie Experience. As Oderus Urungus, Dave appeared in FEARnet cable’s TV horror sitcom “Holliston”.
Speaking about Dave Brockie’s personal life, there are no any relevant data. He passed away on 23 March 2014 in his home in Richmond at the age of 50, after a heroin overdose.
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|Birth date:||August 30, 1963|
|Birth place:||Ottawa, Canada|
|Death date:||March 23, 2014|
|Profession:||Singer, Bassist, Actor|
|Music groups:||Gwar, Dave Brockie Experience (2001 – 2012), Death Piggy (1982 – 1994), X-Cops|
|Movies:||Rendezvous with Ragnarok, Skulhedface, more|
|Albums:||Diarrhea of a Madman 2001 Lust in Space 2009 Scumdogs of the Universe 1990 Hell‑O 1988 America Must Be Destroyed 1992|
More about Dave Brockie:
|Digging Up the Marrow||2014||Oderus Urungus|
|Insane Clown Posse Theater||2014||TV Series||Oderus Urungus|
|The Animated Tales of GWAR||2013||Short||Oderus Urungus (voice)|
|Holliston||2012-2013||TV Series||Oderus Urungus|
|Trashtastic Trailers from the Underground||2013|
|I Spill Your Guts||2012||Oderus Ungerus|
|Hack Job||2011||Video||Duke / Defendor|
|Jesus, the Total Douchebag||2011||Satan (as Oderus Urungus)|
|Lucifer's Crewcut||2011||Short||Oderus Urungus|
|McBusters||2011||TV Series short||Oderus Urungus|
|Urban Rush||2010||TV Series||Oderus Urungus|
|Teenagers from Marz||2004||Video||Oderus Urungus|
|The GWARnage Campaign||2002||Video||Oderus (as David Murray Brockie)|
|Zoolander||2001||Walk-Off Audience (uncredited)|
|GWAR: It's Sleazy!||2000||Video||Oderus Urungus / Television Announcer / Transvestite Midget / ... (as David Brockie)|
|GWAR: Dawn of the Day of the Night of the Penguins||1998||Video||Oderus Urungus|
|GWAR: Rendezvous with Ragnarok||1997||Video||Oderus Urungus / Various Voice Overs|
|GWAR: The Return of Techno Destructo||1996||Video||Oderus Urungus|
|Empire Records||1995||Lead Singer|
|GWAR: Phallus in Wonderland||1992||Video||Oderus Urungus|
|Gwar: Gor-Gor||1992||Short||Oderus Urungus|
|The Idiot Box||1992||TV Series||GWAR Member|
|GWAR: Tour De Scum||1991||Video||Oderus Urungus|
|GWAR: Live from Antarctica||1990||Video||Oderus Urungus|
|Holliston||2012-2013||TV Series 2 episodes|
|Hatchet III||2013||writer: "Hail, Genocide"|
|Universal Soldier: The Return||1999||writer: "Saddam A Go-Go" - as David Brockie|
|Empire Records||1995||writer: "Saddam A Go-Go" - as David Brockie|
|Gwar: Gor-Gor||1992||Short writer: "Gor-Gor"|
|Mystery Date||1991||writer: "The Horror of YG" - as David Brockie|
|GWAR: It's Sleazy!||2000||Video as David Brockie|
|GWAR: Rendezvous with Ragnarok||1997||Video as David Brockie|
|GWAR: It's Sleazy!||2000||Video as Slavepit|
|Skulhedface||1994||Video screenplay - as David Brockie|
|GWAR: It's Sleazy!||2000||Video|
|The Animated Tales of GWAR||2013||Short co-executive producer|
|Route vers nulle part||2014||Video short in memory of|
|As the Palaces Burn||2014||Documentary||Oderus Urungus|
|Hellbound?||2012||Documentary||Himself - Vocalist, GWAR (as Oderus Urungus)|
|The Evil Wine Show||2012||TV Series||Himself|
|Metal Evolution||2011-2012||TV Series documentary||Himself|
|Late Night with Jimmy Fallon||2011||TV Series||Himself - Musical Guest|
|Super Tromette Action Movie Go!||2008||Video||Himself|
|Working Class Rock Star||2008||Documentary||Himself|
|American Hardcore||2006||Documentary||Himself (uncredited)|
|D.I.Y. or Die: How to Survive as an Independent Artist||2002||Documentary||Himself|
|VH-1 Where Are They Now?||2002||TV Series documentary||Himself|
|GWAR: Suprising Burst of Chocolate Fudge||1998||Video||Himself|
|Jerry Springer||1997||TV Series||Himself|
|GWAR: The Next Mutation||1991||Video||Himself|
|GWAR: TVD (Television Documentary)||1991||Video||Himself|
|Hell Night||2001||Video||Bounty Hunter|
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