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Robert Trujillo Net Worth, Biography & Wiki 2017
Robert Agustin Trujillo was born on October 23, 1964 in Santa Monica, California USA, of Native American and Mexican ancestry. He is a guitarist, particularly bassist, in addition a singer, and probably best known as a member of the heavy metal group Metallica which he joined in 2003.
So just how rich is Robert Trujillo? Authoritative sources indicate that Robert has an estimated net worth which is over $15 million dollars, accumulated during his career in the music industry now approaching its fifth decade. His parts in bands as Suicidal Tendencies, Infectious Grooves and Black Label Society. He has also worked with such first-rate musicians as Ozzy Osbourne, “Alice in Chains” and Jerry Cantrell.
Robert Trujillo Net Worth $15 Million Dollars
Robert grew-up in Culver City, and introduced by his mother to various music genres from early childhood. He was inspired by the songs of Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath and Rush which he performed in the local parties. Trujillo opened his net worth account as a professional bassist in 1989, when he entered the group Suicidal Tendencies, at the same time also playingd in the group Infectious Grooves. He has released seven studio albums with Suicidal Tendencies, and eight with Infectious Grooves. However, in 1990 he left both of them and joined Ozzy Osbourne’s group. In the meantime he belonged to the band, Robert and Clive ‘Benji’ Webbe formed heavy metal group named Mass Mental. The core of the band formed the vocalist and drummer Brooks Wackerman, the leading vocalist Benji Webbe and two members who played bass and guitar were Armand Sabal-Lecco and Robert Trujillo. In 1999 the group released a studio album entitled ‘How To Write Songs’ and one live album ‘Live In Tokyo’. However, the albums did not succeed in charting and the group split up. Together with Ozzy Osbourne and the group, he has released four studio albums; all these activities contributed to Robert’s net worth.
In 2003 Robert joined a heavy metal band Metallica, joining the Shit Hits the Sheds tour, and after the successful tour he received $1 million for remaining with Metallica, which no doubt increased Trujillo’s net worth a lot. It was not only the money that mattered, as in addition to this, as a group member Robert was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2009. Since 2003, thirteen studio albums were released, on which Robert has played as a member of Metallica group. In 2013, a concert film ‘Metallica Through the Never’ was released which was very popular among heavy metal lovers and increased Robert Trujillo’s and other members of the band’s net worth.
In addition to being a noted musician, Robert has appeared in television series and films, adding to his net worth, too. He had roles in television series ‘CHiPs’ created by Rick Rosner, comedy films ‘House Calls’ directed by Howard Zieff and ‘Encino Man’ directed by Less Mayfield, and the television film ‘Scout’s Honour’ directed by Henry Levin.
In his personal life, Robert Trujillo has a wife, Chloé whom he married after a long term relationship. The couple has a daughter and a son.