How rich is Jimmy Pop?
Jimmy Pop Net Worth:
|Birth date:||August 27, 1972|
|Birth place:||Trappe, Pennsylvania, United States|
|Height:||5 ft 7 in (1.72 m)|
|Profession:||Singer, Musician, Songwriter, Guitarist, Lyricist, Composer, Rapper|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
|TV shows:||Howard Stern on Demand|
Jimmy Pop biography:
What’s Jimmy Pop’s net worth? Produced in Trappe, Pennsylvania, Jimmy Pop, also known as James Moyer Frankes, graduated from Temple University with a degree in Mass Communication and History. Jimmy is a founding member of the group, Bloodhound Gang, and is additionally their primary vocalist, rhythm guitarist, and songwriter. The Bloodhound Gang combines humor and music, and was originally a rap group, but has shifted focus since their start in 1991. They have sold 6 million records to date, all of which were released through Jimmy Pop’s label, Jimmy Franks Recording Company. The group has altered members rather several times over the years, and Jimmy Pop is the only real musician that has remained steady throughout their twenty-year history. Along with his work with Bloodhound Gang, he also performs with the DiCamillo Sisters.
Pop made an appearance in the CKY series of films, during a shopping cart race scene and smack fight in CKY 4. He also appeared in a episode of Viva La Bam titled “Limo vs Lambo”, in which Pop taken up Bam Margera’s Lamborghini without telling him, causing Bam Margera to accuse his close buddies (specifically Ryan Dunn) of doing the deed. Pop also appeared to get a total of about five seconds in the “State of Bam” episode of Viva La Bam. He also appeared in the Viva La Bam episode when a scavenger hunt occurred (which ended in the arrests of himself, Margera, Evil Jared Hasselhoff, and others). Pop could be seen twice in the final episode of Bam’s Unholy Union. Pop can first be seen greeting Margera, and is afterwards seen talking with Dave England. Pop has appeared on The Dudesons, being one of the people throwing darts through the human dart board stunt with Jarppi Leppl. They’re credited in the movie as “The Bloodhound Gang”. The preview for the film was shown at most sites on among the band’s UK tour and featured Pop and Evil Jared as part of an ambulance team. Pop also appears in Bam Margera’s movie called Where The#$&% Is Santa?. He appears in the music video for the Oleander song “Boys Don’t Cry”.