Jimmy Nail Net Worth


Jimmy Nail’s net worth is estimated at $1 Million – $5 Million.
Jimmy Nail (James Michael Aloysius Bradford) was born on 16 March, 1954 in Benton, Newcastle upon Tyne, is an English guitarist, singer-songwriter, actor, screenwriter. Find out about the life of this billionaire, including Jimmy Nail’s net worth, age, family, dating life, salary, and assets.

Popular As James Michael Aloysius Bradford
Occupation Musician, singer-songwriter, actor
Age 67 years old
Zodiac Sign Pisces
Born 16 March 1954
Birthday 16 March
Birthplace Benton, Newcastle upon Tyne
Nationality English

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Jimmy Nail’s net worth has been growing in 2020-2021.Jimmy Nail is 67 years old and has a net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.

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With Tim Healy, Nail created the Sammy Johnson Memorial Fund, in memory of their friend and colleagues, established to help young talent in North East England. To aid this, he participated in the Sunday for Sammy benefit concerts, until workload forced him to resign from the board. 2020 will see the concerts’ 20th anniversary. It has recently relocated from the 2000-capacity Newcastle City Hall to the 5000-capacity Newcastle Arena and Nail made a special guest appearance, his first appearance since 2006. he sang Ain’t No Doubt, Big River and also appeared in three Auf Wiedersehen Pet sketches.


He had been due to reprise his role in the UK premiere at Northern Stage on 12 March 2018. The show’s producer Karl Sydow stated: “After protracted negotiations carried out in good faith, we regret to announce the production’s offer of employment to Jimmy Nail has been withdrawn. Joe McGann will replace him when the show opens in Newcastle in March. Nail said “I was very much looking forward to appearing in Sting’s The Last Ship, particularly here in my home city, Sadly that’s not to be.” Nail played Parson Nathaniel in War of the Worlds alongside David Essex at the Dominion Theatre, London in 2016.


His work has resulted in five BAFTA nominations (three in total for A.W.P., one for Spender, one for Crocodile Shoes), a Golden Globe nomination (Best Original Song – “Still Crazy”), an Ivor Novello nomination (for “Ain’t No Doubt”) and numerous other awards and nominations.


In 2008, Nail created and starred as Phil Parker in Parents of the Band, a 6 x 30 mins series on BBC1, broadcast between November 2008 and January 2009. The series revolved around a group of teenagers who formed a band just for their own enjoyment, and their parents, who fully expected them to be the next Led Zeppelin. Ratings were disappointing, around three million, and there was no second series.


In 2004, Nail successfully sued News Group Newspapers and Harper Collins Publishers. The lawsuit concerned false and defamatory allegations made two years before in an article in News of the World and Nailed, a biography which was the newspaper’s source for the claims. He described reading the article as one of the worst experiences of his life. He reportedly received damages of £30,000.


In 2000 he began work on reviving the Auf Wiedersehen, Pet series, this time for the BBC. It was filmed in Middlesbrough and Arizona in 2001 and aired in 2002, with audience figures of 13 million. Another series saw the brickies holed up in Havana, and the final two-hour instalment, set in Laos, broadcast over Christmas 2004 attracting over seven million viewers.


Although he made his living through acting, Nail’s first love was music. He had pop hits with “Ain’t No Doubt”, co-written written by Nail, Danny Schogger, Guy Pratt and Charlie Dore, “Crocodile Shoes”, and “Love Don’t Live Here Anymore”. His album Growing Up in Public (east/west 1992) featured Gary Moore, David Gilmour, Elliot Randall and George Harrison. Crocodile Shoes (East West, 1994) was based on the BBC television series of the same name, in which he played an English country songwriter. The album sold more than one million copies in the UK. Big River featured guitarist Mark Knopfler. Ten Great Songs and an OK Voice (Papillion, 2001) included cover versions of “Walking on the Moon” by The Police, “Something” by the Beatles, and “Overjoyed” by Stevie Wonder. Nail sang on the film soundtracks for Evita and Still Crazy.


After the first two series of Auf Wiedersehen, Pet, Nail found himself typecast before creating the detective series Spender, which he co-wrote with Ian La Frenais. The show ran for three series from 1990 to 1993 and also produced a tele-film and a novel. This was followed in 1994 by Crocodile Shoes, which Nail also created, scripted and starred as songwriter Jed Shepherd.


James Michael Aloysius Bradford (born 16 March 1954), known as Jimmy Nail, is an English singer-songwriter, actor, film producer, and television writer. He is known for his role as Leonard “Oz” Osborne in the hit television show Auf Wiedersehen, Pet, his title role in Spender, and his 1992 number one single, “Ain’t No Doubt”.

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