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Philip Hansen Anselmo net worth:
$8 Million

Philip Hansen Anselmo information

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Birth date: June 30, 1968
Birth place: New Orleans, Louisiana, United States
Height:5' 11½" (1.82 m)
Profession:Musician
Partner:Kate Richardson (2004–)
Spouse:Stephanie Opal Weinstein (m. 2001–2004)

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Philip Hansen ‘Phil’ Anselmo was born on the 30th June 1968, in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA of Danish, French and Italian descent. He is a musician, perhaps best known for being the former lead singer of the heavy metal band Pantera, and as the current frontman of the heavy metal band Down. He is also recognized as the owner of the record label Housecore Records, which is focused on releasing materials from his bands, but from young and talented musicians as well, who seek a chance in music industry. He has been an active member of the entertainment industry since 1986.

Have you ever wondered how rich Phil Anselmo is as, of early 2016? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that the size of Phil’s net worth is over $8 million, which has been accumulated during his career as a musician, who has already collaborated with a number of bands. Another source is coming from his owning of a record label. He has also worked as a columnist for a website, which has contributed to his overall wealth.

Phil Anselmo Net Worth $8 Million

Phil Anselmo was raised in Louisiana, where his family owns the restaurant named Anselmo’s, which was the main source of its fortune. He attended many school, and finally matriculated from Grace King High School. From an early age he had been showing an interest in music, and as a teenager, he became a member of several teen bands, but until 1987 he didn`t have any major success, until he joined Pantera as a singer. Phil stayed with Pantera until its disbandment in 2003, releasing six albums some of which reached platinum and gold certification, such as “Cowboys From Hell” (1990), “Vulgar Display Of Power” (1992), “Far Beyond Driven” (1994) – which also reached No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart – “The Great Southern Trendkill” (1996), and their last release “Reinventing The Steel” (2000), which only increased Phil`s overall net worth.

During and after Panter, Phil was involved with several bands, such as Arson Anthem, Christ Inversion, Southern Isolation, Viking Crown, Eibon, Philip H. Anselmo & he Illegals, Down, and Superjoint Ritual, releasing numerous albums with those bands, which weren’t particularly notable, but which increased his overall net worth.

In recent years, Phil has been focused mainly on the band Down, with which he has released three albums “Down III: Over the Under” (2007), and “Down IV: Part 1 (2012), and “Down IV: Part 2” (2014). During his career, Phil has also collaborated with numerous famous musicians and bands of the American rock and metal scene, including Anthrax, Tonny Iommy, Duff McKagan, Dave Grohl, and many others.

Speaking about his personal life, Phil Anselmo was married to musician Stephanie Opal Weinstein from 2001 to 2004; the couple founded its own band named Southern Isolation. After divorce, he has listed Kate Richardson as his partner. His current residence is on a farm somewhere in Louisiana. In spare time, he enjoys watching horror films, and he has an extensive collection of films of the horror genre.


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Actor

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Killer Waves 2016 Phil
The Devil Dogs of Kilo Company 2015 Gen. Devereaux (voice)
Metal Grasshopper 2014 TV Mini-Series Phil Anselmo
Superjoint Ritual: Live in Dallas, Texas 2002 Video Vocals
The Manson Family 1997 Satan (voice)

Composer

Composer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Philip H. Anselmo and the Illegals: Batallion of Zero, Live at HHFF 2013 Short
Pantera: Piss 2012 Video short performer
The Manson Family 1997 as Philip Anselmo

Soundtrack

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Big Short 2015 writer: "By Demons Be Driven" - as Philip Anselmo
The Manson Family 1997 performer: "Pray Again for the Locust" - as Philip Anselmo / writer: "Creepy Crawl", "Psychotic", "Pray Again for the Locust", "66666", "Sads", "Hypnotised by Those Eyes", "Bad Acid", "Scattered by Time", "Hippie Trip", "Hippie Trip 2 - Big Brother", "Shine", "Long Hair" - as Philip Anselmo

Location Management

Location Management

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Through Eyes of the Dead 2002 Video short location supervisor

Producer

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Down: We Knew Him Well 2014 Video short producer

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
VHS Lives: A Schlockumentary 2017 completed Himself
Diary of a Deadbeat: The Story of Jim Vanbebber 2015 Documentary completed Himself
Enter the House of Shock: A Shockumentary Documentary post-production Himself (as Philip Anselmo)
Welcome to Your Funeral: Part 1 2015 Documentary Narrator
Welcome to Deathfest 2014 Documentary Himself
Metal Evolution 2012 TV Series documentary Himself
Last Days Here 2011 Documentary Himself
That Metal Show 2010 TV Series Himself - Guest
Down: Diary of a Mad Band - Europe in the Year of VI 2010 Video Himself (Vocals)
Not as I Pictured 2010 Documentary Himself
Slow Southern Steel 2010 Documentary Himself
Get Thrashed: The Story of Thrash Metal 2006 Documentary Himself
Behind the Music 2006 TV Series documentary Himself
American Hardcore 2006 Documentary Himself
Superjoint Ritual: Live at CBGB: Changing the Face of Music Through Uncompromising Anti-Image 2004 Video short Himself (Vocals)
Headbangers Ball 2003 TV Series Himself
Through Eyes of the Dead 2002 Video short Himself (as Anton Crowley)
Roadkill Extravaganza 2001 Video documentary Himself
Pantera: 3 Vulgar Videos from Hell 1999 Video Himself
Type O Negative: After Dark 1998 Video Himself
3: Watch It Go 1997 Video Himself
Sepultura: Third World Chaos 1995 Video documentary Himself
Pantera - Vulgar Video 1994 Video Himself
For Those About to Rock: Monsters in Moscow 1992 Documentary Himself (as Pantera)
Pantera: In Concert 1992 TV Movie Himself - Vocals
Pantera: Cowboys from Hell 1991 Video documentary short Himself

Nominated awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2010 Maverick Movie Award Maverick Movie Awards Best Performance: Short Not as I Pictured (2010)


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#Fact
1 Released "Walk Through Exits Only" on July 16th with his solo band, the Illegals. [2013]
2 Released 'Down: Diary of a Mad Band - Europe in the Year of VI' on October 5th with the rock band Down. [2010]
3 Released "War of the Gargantuas", a four-song EP, on January 8th. It is a split EP from Phil and his band, and Metal warriors Warbeast. War Of The Gargantuas includes two songs from each artist. This album serves as the first release of any solo work by Phil during the span of his nearly 30-year legacy. Also, the two Warbeast tracks on the split feature former bassist Alan Bovee before his amicable departure from the band. [2013]
4 Released "Down IV Part I - The Purple EP" on September 18th with the rock band Down. [2012]
5 In the process of writing the next Down album, which should be out next year or 2010. [July 2008]
6 Superjoint Ritual released their debut album "Use Once and Destroy" [May 2002]
7 Released "A Lethal Dose of American Hatred" with Superjoint Ritual [June 2003]
8 Performed on the main stage at Ozzfest 2004 [June 2004]
9 (1994-) Formed a side-project band called Down.
10 Had successful back surgery 11/21/05. [November 2005]
11 Released "Down III: Over the Under", Down's first album in five years. [September 2007]
12 Joined Pantera in 1987. His entry into the band contributed to Pantera's evolution from a glam metal band into a groove metal band.
13 Has a pentagram shaped swimming pool.
14 Almost died in 1996 when he overdosed on heroin an hour after Pantera was performing a homecoming gig in Texas. After his heart stopped beating for almost five minutes, paramedics gave Anselmo a shot of adrenaline and sent him to the hospital. After recovering from the hospital, he apologized to his band mates and promised to quit using drugs.
15 Was the only former member of Pantera that was not allowed to attend Dimebag Darrell's funeral service, at the demand of Darrell's surviving relatives.
16 Is the only member of Pantera who wasn't born in Texas (though he lived there for several years).
17 In 1992, Phil created The House Of Shock, a Haunted House in New Orleans, Louisana.
18 In the band Viking Crown and Necrophagia, he went under the name Anton Crowley. Anton Crowley was derived from Anton LaVey & Aleister Crowley, two famous Satanic preachers.
19 Announced that he has ended the band Viking Crown. The band released a total of three albums (Unorthodox Steps Of Ritual, Innocence From Hell and Banished Rhythmic Hate).
20 In addition to Pantera, Down, Superjoint Ritual, and Viking Crown, Phil is also in the bands Necrophagia, Christ Inversion, Eibon and Body And Blood.
21 Member of the heavy metal band Pantera.

#Quote
1 Knowing what you're up against is part of the strength of writing something that is even, I guess, considered halfway original, knowing what's out there to begin with.
2 The lead guitar work is a bit repetitious, but when a song is under two minutes long, I don't have much room anyway. Thank goodness. But I've always contributed guitar parts to every band I've ever been in, so I'll always play the axe.
3 Tastes are varied, man, so much in this music world. Look, I adore the bands that I adore. On the flipside, as much as you love a 100 different genres of bands, there are another 100 I can easily say I dislike, too.
4 I love to play guitar. I've been writing my own songs on the axe since I was nine years old. I suck at leads.
5 This is the band I always wanted to be in.
6 I wake up, and I'll just start reading and trying to brace myself for the rest of the day, and all the while I'm doing that, I'm kicking myself mentally.
7 I tried to take heavy metal... and balled it up and chopped it in half and really tried to create a new form of energy. I really tried to re-shape extreme music as I see it through my eyes.
8 We definitely have a hardcore following.
9 There's always something going on, but thank goodness these days it's with a clear head, which helps me massively.
10 And it seems to be today, image is a real important thing once again.
11 I can easily say I've done everything I've wanted in music.
12 The success that Pantera had, I could have never, ever forecasted or predicted, and I always felt a responsibility to try to pay even a bit of it forward.
13 You have certain expressions when you write music, a lot of different emotions, a lot of different feelings.
14 With this LP we were all very clear on the approach we wanted to take, which was to do something heavy, but also experiment with a lot of other things we really like.
15 Honestly, I got the best of both worlds: groove of New Orleans meets the intensity of Texas. That's the best education I could have, the best experiences I could have.
16 There has got to be a lot of unreleased video out there, live footage and whatnot. There's always going to be something extra for the Pantera fan.
17 I had the question asked of me before, 'What do you like better: singing or playing guitar?' If I'm gonna be totally truthful, if that microphone's in my hand, I'm loving it. When the guitar's in my hand, I'm a little nervous, but I'm still loving it.
18 I think Pantera is a type of band that has been documented very, very well over the years. With the past re-releases, we were fortunate enough to have old demos and stuff that never really saw the light of day. But Pantera was not the type of band to waste many riffs or many parts or songs.
19 It was awesome growing up in New Orleans because there were great metal bands, there were great hardcore bands, there were great thrash metal bands in the middle '80s and what-not. But then, take me out of New Orleans, and I moved to Fort Worth in 1987, and there's a scene there, too. And Texas absolutely has a different sound.
20 I love the Beatles, and when I was very young, I had young parents, so Led Zeppelin and Janis Joplin and Jimi Hendrix and the Beatles constantly were big influences on my life.
21 I have created hours upon hours of different music over the years that the general public has never heard. Maybe one day I'll release them all in one big package, but we'll see.
22 Everyone's gonna have their opinion, everyone's gonna have their favorite bands. The best way I can describe it is music is like food, either you love it, hate it, or are indifferent about it. Or you grow up and acquire a taste for it.
23 I don't care at all about the mainstream; I don't care about popularity contests; I don't care about who's got the biggest-selling album; and I don't care about glossy production.
24 To do an extreme metal record is something that is well within my capacity as a musician to write stuff out of the box, write stuff that's probably more extreme than the band I'm in at the present time, and it's something that needs to come out of me one way or another.
25 Creating any type of art is all about mood. I've been making extreme music in one fashion or another for decades. And truthfully, Down has a big enough fan base to where I could remain content to do only that, but music is a vast territory and I am an explorer. And I'm a lover of all things considered extreme in music.
26 Singing and playing have always gone hand-in-hand with me. I love 'em both equally.
27 I love music. I love every kind of extreme sort of music, and many different genres, and if I were to have to dedicate myself to just one kind of genre, I would feel kind of gypped. I'd be like, man, I wish I could do this or that. And really all it takes is trying it out.
28 It seems like if you are not painted up special way or have some tailor made outfit to put on to go out on stage... I don't know... there's too much of it out there.
29 I think anyone who suffers from chronic pain can agree with this - you feel this great significance. What I wanted to capture was that significance, and as a matter of fact I think that's one of the lyrics on 'Conflict,' on the split. I touch on the significance, and really it's a selfish thing, in an offbeat way.
30 I am the type that cannot stay put in living in the past and solely in the past. It's not healthy and it doesn't feel right.
31 Pantera revolutionized the sound and the approach to heavy metal. It's been regurgitated. Once you up the production on a product and not just the playing but the actual production, then it's going to up the ante.
32 I went from being a kid-kid, listen to everything from The Beatles through Kiss, Peter Frampton, Jethro Tull classic rock, classic stuff into immediately, it seemed like, Iron Maiden and stuff like that. The first Iron Maiden record and then, obviously, the first Metallica record.
33 I think music is a big, big wide world, and I am voyager on this particular ship in this sea of wild music, and I'm gonna dive in and find as many fish as I can and catch them all. I love music.
34 At least in my life, I cannot hold onto grudges. It's a waste of energy, a waste of time.
35 You gotta look beyond the mainstream... the mainstream'll drown you, you know? There's always a pulse in the underground that I love. And the pulse in the underground is what keeps heavy metal alive.
36 I guess I've never been introduced properly to Pink Floyd. I know they're great, don't get me wrong. Excellent, excellent musicians; great band; awesome harmony; great song writers; I just don't know anything besides, I guess, the popular songs on the radio.
37 To me, I'm for a band whose forefront is the music.
38 In my better sense of mind, I know that I'm far from alone and far from the worst, and the earth keeps spinning. Everything keeps moving, with or without me.
39 Music is there for us to explore. To intentionally limit yourself to one, two, or three genres is limitation at its worst. Music is huge; it's a gigantic history lesson, and if you are true music fan or a musician, you should explore it. It's all right there in front of us.
40 You're always going to have detractors, and you're always going to have people who love you, and that's how it's perfectly balanced and the world spins on.
41 I wasn't that wild about that. I told them basically if they were really going to want to bring back heavy metal to a program on MTV, then they are really going to have to get in touch with what real heavy metal is.
42 I'm a bad pessimist. I don't think about how successful any record I've ever done is going to do before it came out.
43 I've always said that Pantera fans were the best in the world, and I truly meant that, and I still mean it.
44 I'm glowing in the dark with my studio tan. I've been in a cave of music for months and months and months.
45 You can only exist as far as your mind will allow you to exist, and I think chronic pain will stop time dead in its tracks. You feel like you're the only one, and how unfair it is, and a million different feel-sorry-for-yourself type feelings.
46 There it is again. Image. Once again. I get really tired of it quick.
47 I loathe rock stars. I am a music nerd, a fan, a follower... just like any fan of music might be. And although I have blood-relatives, a lot of times I feel closer to my audience than my true family, because at least my fans get what I'm doing, to a certain extent, whereas my family does not.
48 People are going to think and take things how they're going to take it, and I have no control over that, so it's kind of like biding time until you get your feedback. So, it's like, once the public can consume what you're putting out there, then you know. Then you know hit, miss, in between.
49 I've heard too many times where people say that I'm this ultra-serious guy. In truth, I've got an extremely absurd sense of humor. I thrive on the absurd - I love it.
50 Communication between band-mates is imperative. Communication is the key to any healthy relationship. If I need to be checked, I expect to hear it put in plain words what my faults are, and give my band-mates the ultimate consideration by shutting up and listening, then acting on the advice given. Same goes for anyone else in any band.
51 With Pantera, we lived through so many trend-of-the-day situations - when grunge was huge, we were still a heavy metal band; when hip-hop started getting incorporated into metal, we stuck to our guns and remained a heavy metal band very purposefully.


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