Lenny Kravitz Net Worth

Lenny Kravitz Net Worth:

$90 Million

Lenny Kravitz’s net worth

Lenny Kravitz Net Worth


Lenny Kravitz

Net worth:

$90 Million

Date of birth:

May 26, 1964 (58 Years Old)




5 ft 6in (1.7 m).


Record producer, Singer-songwriter, Actor, Keyboard Player, Lyricist, Composer, Musician, Fashion designer, Multi-instrumentalist, Artist


United States of America

How much is Lenny Kravitz worth?

Grammy-winning American singer, songwriter, and musician Lenny Kravitz has a net worth of over $90million. Kravitz has sold more than 40,000,000 copies of his 11 studio albums. His debut album, 1989’s Let Love Rule, went Gold in many countries. Both “Are you Gonna Go My Way” (1993), and “5” (1998) were certified 2x Platinum. His 1991 single, “It Ain’t over ’til it’s Over”, reached #2 on Billboard’s Hot 100 charts. Lenny also appears in many film and television projects such as “Precious”, “The Hunger Games,” (2012), and “Better Things” (2016) on FX. Kravitz was made an Officer of the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres in France in 2011, which is France’s highest honor.

Early Life

Lenny Kravitz was a child of Leonard Albert Kravitz, who was born in New York City on May 26, 1964. His mother Roxie Roker was an actress who is best known for her role in “The Jeffersons,” while his father Sy Roker was a news producer at NBC. Lenny is also the second cousin to beloved TV weatherman Al Roker. Kravitz was born to a Christian and Jewish family. He didn’t start going to church until he was 13 years old. Later, he decided to become a nondenominational Christian. Leny started using pots and pans to drum when he was three years old. By the age of five, he knew he wanted to become a musician. He enjoyed playing the guitar and jazz and R&B and blues in his youth.

Lenny attended P.S. 6 elementary school in Manhattan. After Roxie’s casting on “The Jeffersons,” the family moved to Los Angeles. Kravitz was a member of the California Boys Choir for three years and performed with the Metropolitan Opera. Later, Kravitz began to listen to rock music, including The Rolling Stones and Led Zeppelin. Lenny was a student at Beverly Hills High School, where he met future stars, Slash & Nicolas Cage. He began playing the bass and piano. Kravitz graduated in 1982 and began touring under the name “Romeo Blue”.

Music Career

Lenny Kravitz

Lenny recorded his first full-length album with financial support from his father in the mid-1980s. He collaborated with keyboardist/bassist/recording engineer Henry Hirsch and saxophonist Karl Denson, and his friend Stephen Elvis Smith began managing him and got five record labels fighting over Kravitz. In January 1989, Lenny signed with Virgin Records. The album “Let Love Rule” was released in September of that year. He co-wrote and produced Madonna’s 1990 hit “Justify My Love”, which reached #1. Kravitz’s 1991 album, “Mama Said,” was certified Platinum in five countries. He performed on tracks by Mick Jagger, and David Bowie, and on his third album, “Are You Going My Way?” in 1993. In 1995, “Circus,” and “5” were released. His first Grammy was in 1999. The single “Fly Away”, which he released in 1998, earned him his first Grammy. He won a Grammy in 1999 for his cover of “American Woman” by The Guess Who, which he recorded for “Austin Powers – The Spy Who Shagged Me”.

Kravitz continued the Grammy-winning album “5” with six additional albums: “Lenny”, “Baptism,” (2004), “It Is Time for a Love Revolution (2008), “Black and White America” (2011), “Strut” (2014) and “Raise Vibration 2018”. He’s released over 50 music videos. He directed the 2019 “Here To Love”, and co-directed “Where Are We Runnin’?” He also directed “Calling All Angels” (2004). Many of his singles reached the top 10 on “Billboard’s” Alternative Airplay Chart, including “Let Love Rule,” “Are You Gonna Go My Way,” and “Fly Away.”

Other Work

Lenny established Kravitz Design Inc. in 2003. This company specializes in commercial and residential design. A Hollywood Hills home featuring interiors by Kravitz was sold for $38 million in 2017. Lenny designed two Leica cameras, and in 2019, a Leica Gallery exhibition featured his photographs. Kravitz also enjoyed a successful acting career. He was nominated for an award for his performances in “Precious” (2001) and “The Hunger Games (2016, 2017). He was also seen in “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (2013) and “The Butler (2013)” and made cameos in “Zoolander”, “Zoolander 2,” (2016), and “The Diving Bell and the Butterfly”, (2007). Lenny played the role of Roland Crane in “Star” on Fox in 2016.

Personal life

After two years of friendship, Lenny met Lisa Bonet in 1985 at a New Edition concert. They began dating. Kravitz and Bonet moved in together in NYC. They were married in Las Vegas, on November 16, 1987. They welcomed their daughter Zoe on December 1, 1988. She went on to become a successful actress. Lenny divorced Lisa in 1993, but they remained close friends. Kravitz was also known for dating Vanessa Paradis, a singer, and in 2000 he got engaged to Adriana Lima, a model, and Nicole Kidman, an actress who would eventually co-star on HBO’s “Big Little Lies.” Lenny has been a vegetarian, vegan, and raw food eater at different times in his life. Lenny is a member and supporter of Artists Against Racism, Rock the Vote, and Zero Hunger. Kravitz also founded his charity, The Let Love Rule Foundation.

Awards and Honours

Kravitz was nominated for nine Grammys. He won Best Male Rock Vocal Performance in 1999 and 2000. He won the MTV Video Music Award in 1993 for “Are you Gonna Go My Way?” and the Brit Award for International Male Solo Artist the next year. Lenny also received awards from the Billboard Music Video Awards and Blockbuster Entertainment Awards. He was also nominated for the ASCAP Pop Awards, the UK Music Video Awards, the American Music Awards, Blockbuster Entertainment Awards, American Music Awards, and Blockbuster Entertainment Awards. In 1998, he was named VH1/Vogue Fashion Awards’ Most Fashionable Artist, Male. In 2009, he also shared a Boston Society of Film Critics Award, Blockbuster Entertainment Awards, ASCAP Pop Awards, and a Black Reel Award. The Black Reel Awards nominated Kravitz as Best Supporting Actor.

Real Estate

Lenny bought a Miami home with six bedrooms and ten bathrooms for nearly $9 million in 2001. This 12,000-square-foot mansion was sold by Leny for $14.5 million in 2005. He also owns homes in Paris, Brazil, and New Orleans. In 2010, he sold his Manhattan penthouse duplex to Swizz Beatz and Alicia Keys for $14.995 million.

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