Elijah Blue Allman. Biography

Biography by Published on Updated on 16 May, 2021
Facts of Elijah Blue Allman.
Birth Name Elijah Blue Allman
Father Gregg Allman
Mother Cher
Nationality American
Birth Place/City Los Angeles, California
Profession Musician, singer
Net Worth $15 million
Girlfriend Kate Hudson, Bijou Phillips, Heather Graham, Paris Hilton
Married to Marie-Angela "Angie" King (2013 - present)
Education Hyde School
Online Presence Instagram, Twitter
Siblings Chaz Bono, Michael Allman, Devon Allman, Delilah Island Allman, Layla Brooklyn Allman
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Elijah Blue Allman, professionally known as P. Exeter Blue, is an American musician. He is the son of Grammy-winning singer Cher and her second husband, Gregg Allman.

Short Biography: Age, Height, Parents, & Siblings

Allman is 44 years old. He was born on July 10, 1976, in Los Angeles, California, to parents Cherilyn Sarkisian and Gregg Allman. Talking about his height, he is 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m) tall. Allman graduated from the Hyde School in Bath, Maine, in 1994. Through his mother, he is of Armenian, Irish, English, and German ancestry.

CAPTION: Elijah Blue Allman with his mother Cher and half-sibling, Chez Bono. SOURCE: Instagram @oldroommates

Elijah has five half-siblings. From his mother's side, he has an older half-brother, Chaz Bono, born on March 4, 1969. From his father's side, he has four siblings: Michael Allman, born on July 3, 1966, Devon Allman, born in 1972, Delilah Island Allman, born in 1980, and Layla Brooklyn Allman, born in 1993. 

Who is his girlfriend? Is he married?

Allman is happily married to his longtime girlfriend, Marie-Angela "Angie" King, who is mostly known as "Queenie," singer of the band King. Marie-Angela was part of the English pop quartet with her siblings, Trillion, Jazzy, Ruby, and Lucius.

As a matter of fact, King and her two sisters were born in India and the other two younger ones in Ukraine. Since they were born in different places to parents from two countries, all siblings have dual citizenship and are fluent in four languages.

It is not known when King and Allman started dating, but the two got engaged in November of 2013. The couple tied the knot a month later, on December 1, in an intimate wedding ceremony attended by close friends and family.  However, his mother, Cher, was reportedly not invited to the wedding.

CAPTION: Cher with her son, Elijah, and daughter-in-law, Marieangela King. SOURCE: Instagram @iamqueenyking

As per Who magazine, Cher had not even met her daughter-in-law since the two got married. “We eloped in a real Romeo and Juliet fashion in early December. We got married in front of the firehouse in my new house, we kind of christened it. Just a few friends came, one of them was my friend, the rapper Mickey Avalon," Allman said.

Before his marriage to King, Allman was romantically linked with some well-known celebs. While the details as to when they dated or called it quits are not known, he was in a relationship with actress Kate HudsonBijou Phillips, who is the wife of Danny Masterson, Heather Graham, and media personality Paris Hilton.

Elijah Blue Allman Net Worth 2021

According to Celebrity Net Worth, Allman has a net worth of  $15 million as of 2021. He serves as the lead vocalist, guitarist, and lyricist of the industrial metal band Deadsy. The band released their second album, Phantasmagore, in 2006, before taking a hiatus in 2007. Their third record, "Subterfugue," is scheduled for release in 2021.

The 44-year-old also released three demos with his solo project, Elijah Blue and the Trapezoids, and worked on the debut album for the group, 30 Seconds to Mars. Since the late 2000s, he has shifted his focus on contemporary art as well, with his first solo exhibition at Kantor Gallery in Los Angeles in 2010. 

Elijah sold his gated and high-hedged house in West Hollywood for $1.1 million in April 2010. He had listed the house in September 2009 with an asking price of $1.295 million and later for $1.195 million. Since Allman bought the property for $1.4 million in August 2008, he probably lost $300,000 plus another $40,000 or more in real estate fees.

 

 

 

 

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