Jamie Cullum is a Jazz-pop singer, songwriter, and radio presenter from the United Kingdom. He is best known for his album Twentysomething.
Which includes massive hits like Singin in the Rain and All at Sea. Also, he is a presenter of a weekly Jaaz show on BBC Radio.
Early Life and Education
Jamie Cullum was born on 20 August 1979 in Rachford, England. He was born to John Cullum and Yvonne Cullum and was raised alongside his brother Ben Cullum. As of July 2021, he stands tall at a height of 5 feet 5 inches and ages 40 years.
Moving towards his academics, he went to Grittleton House School until he was 15, after which he went to Sheldon School in Chippenham. He earned a First Cla s s Honours degree in English Literature and Film Studies from the University of Reading.
Net Worth In Million
Throughout his whole career, the British musician has ama s sed a tremendous fortune. Cullum has lived a life that is both lavish and hard-working. His net worth is estimated to be $15 million- the primary source is his successful and outstanding career as a singer, composer, and instrumentalist.
According to Social Blade, the singer earns $119 -$1.9k monthly and $1.4k - $22.8k yearly from his youtube channel entitled Jamie Cullum, where he has successfully reached 185k subscribers.
Debut album in 1999
The British singer released his debut album in 1999, titled "Jamie Cullum Trio - Heard It All Before." However, just 500 copies were manufactured, and each one is currently selling for around £600 on eBay.
After completing his studies at university, he released his next album "Twentysomething" in 2003, for which he received a platinum award. Jamie was also the number one jazz musician's album in the United Kingdom and became the best-selling jazz musician of all time at the end of the same year.
“Catching Tales,” his third studio album
When Jamie performs live, he is known for covering artists such as Kanye West's "Gold Digger," White Stripes' "Seven Nation Army," and Massive Attack's "Teardrop." He has also covered other artists like CeeLo Green, Rihanna, Radiohead, and Justin Timberlake.
“Catching Tales,” his third studio album, was released in 2005. In addition, his first single, "Get Your Way," was released following a collaboration with Dan the Automator.
Released a live CD
The British vocalist released a live CD called "Live at Ronnie Scott's" in 2006.
Then, in June 2009, he released “The Pursuit,” his fourth album. The album's lead track, "I'm All Over It," received widespread airplay on mainstream radio. Additionally, he is a presenter of a weekly Jaaz show on BBC Radio.
Happily Married To Sophie Dahl
I'm All Over It singer is happily married, and his wife is Sophie Dahl, a former model. Dahl is Roald Dahl's granddaughter and a writer. On the 9th of January 2010, they married in a private ceremony in Hampshire.
The pair has been residing in Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire, since their wedding.
Also, See: Roald Dahl's The BFG screened at Cannes.
Lyra Cullum, the couple's daughter, was born on March 2nd, 2011. The proud parents then welcomed their second daughter, Margot Cullum, in the year 2013.
by ab-sakar, 25 Aug, 2022