Gavin Rossdale Net Worth, Age, Height, Girlfriend, Parents, Bio

Gavin McGregor Rossdale is an English guitarist and actor best known for his work as the lead singer and rhythm guitarist for the rock band Bush. He helped form Bush in 1992, and after the band split up in 2002, he became the lead singer and guitarist for Institute before embarking on a solo career.

Net Worth of Gavin Rossdale

Gavin Rossdale’s net worth is estimated to be $45 million dollars. He has undoubtedly amassed a sizable fortune from his professional career. Gavin, on the other hand, made most of his money from his musical career.

He has also amassed real estate holdings across the country. He had previously rented a house in Bel Air. As a result, Rossdale has led a lavish lifestyle.

Age of Gavin Rossdale

Gavin Rossdale is the only child of Barbara Bowie (mother) and Douglas Rossdale (father). Gavin McGregor Rossdale was born on October 30, 1965, in Marylebone, London, United Kingdom.

His father, Douglas, is a doctor, and his mother, Barbara, is a former model. When Gavin was 11 years old, his parents divorced. According to reports, he was raised by his father.

His mother was born and raised in Scotland, while his father was of Russian-Jewish descent. Gavin is of mixed (Scottish & Russian-Jewish) ethnicity and holds British nationality. The surname of his family was original “Rosenthal.”

He was also unable to speak until the age of four. He became interested in music at a young age, and his sister’s boyfriend taught him how to play the bass guitar.

He does, however, have two sisters and one half-sister. He enrolled at Westminster School but dropped out at the age of 17 to form his own band.

Height of Gavin Rossdale

Gavin Rossdale stands 6 feet or 1.8 meters tall. His body weight is approximately 67 kg (147 pounds). Similarly, Rossdale has black hair and hazel eyes.

Professional Career

He moved to Los Angeles for six months in 1991 to pursue bigger opportunities. During his difficult period, Rossdale worked as a house painter and a video art illustrator. On his return to England in 1992, he formed the band ‘Future Primitive.’

Nigel Pulsford, bassist Dave Parsons, screenwriter Sacha Gervasi, and drummer Robin Goodridge make up his band. In 1994, they changed their name to ‘Bush,’ and released their first album, ‘Sixteen Stone.’

Their first album was a huge success and a best-seller. The band’s second album, ‘Razorblade Suitcase,’ was released in 1996. Despite receiving mostly negative reviews from critics, this album peaked at number one on the Billboard 200.

In 1997, the band released a remix album called ‘Deconstructed.’ There was no new music on the album; instead, it was entirely comprised of complete remixes of the band’s earlier tracks.

The band’s album ‘The Science of Things’ was released in 1999. ‘Golden State,’ the band’s post-grunge album, was released in 2001.

As a result of the band’s declining sales and popularity, the band disbanded in 2002, with each member going his or her own way. He took a break and didn’t perform for the next couple of years.

Gavin formed the alternative rock band ‘Institute’ in 2004 with Chris Traynor, Cache Tolman, and Charlie Walker. They were moderately successful with their first album, ‘Distort Yourself,’ which was released in 2005.

Institute eventually failed to find success and disbanded in 2006. Gavin released his debut solo album, ‘Wanderlust,’ in 2008. Furthermore, Rossdale’s attempt to go solo did not go well, as the album did not perform well.

He resurrected the band “Bush” with Chris Traynor, Corey Britz, and Robin Goodridge, a former bandmate from “Institute.” The reorganized band released their album, ‘The Sea of Memories,’ in 2011.

In 2005, Gavin played the half-demon Balthazar in the film Constantine. He has also appeared in the films Zoolander (2001), Mayor of the Sunset Strip (2004), Little Black Book (2004), Game of Their Lives (2005), How to Rob a Bank (2008), and The Bling Ring (2013). He also appeared in the eighth episode of Burn Notice’s fifth season.

He also appeared in the 2009 episode “The Performer” of the crime drama Criminal Minds. He portrayed Paul Davies, a rock singer who takes on the persona of Dante, a vampire whose music is linked to a series of exsanguination murders.

Similarly, in November 2014, he played the villain Johnny Moreau in Hawaii Five-0’s 100th episode.

Relationship Status

Gavin Rossdale does not currently have a wife. He was, however, previously married to Gwen Stefani. Stefani, an American singer-songwriter, is his ex-wife. When No Doubt and Bush were on tour together in 1995, he met Stefani.

The couple started dating and then split up, during which time Rossdale dated Courtney Love for eight months between 1995 and 1996. Gavin eventually married his wife Stefani in the year 2002.

They had three children as a result of their marriage. Kingston Rossdale, the former couple’s elder son, was born on May 26, 2006. They then revealed the birth of their second son, Zuma Nesta Rock Rossdale, in August 2008.

In February 2014, Gavin and Stefani welcomed their third son, Apollo Bowie Flynn Rossdale. Stefani, his wife, filed for divorce on August 3, 2015, citing irreconcilable differences. They eventually divorced in April 2016.

Girlfriend of Gavin Rossdale

According to reports, Gavin Rossdale is dating Courtlyn Cannan. Canna, his girlfriend, is an actress and singer. They were caught kissing at his son Zuma’s baseball game in Los Angeles.

Initially, the couple was seen in each other’s company during a lunch date in Los Angeles. Previously, in the late 1980s, he dated Suze DeMarchi. DeMarchi, the lead singer of the band Baby Animals, is his ex-girlfriend.

The song “Comedown” from Bush’s 1994 album Sixteen Stone is about their relationship. From 2017 to 2018, he was in a relationship with German model Sophia Thomalla.

Gavin had a relationship with Peter Robinson, also known as Marilyn, in the 1980s, which he revealed in his 1995 autobiography Take It Like a Man.

Robinson later revealed that he and Rossdale were “together [for] five years” in the 1980s. A paternity test in 2004 revealed that he was the father of Pearl Lowe’s daughter Daisy, born in 1989. According to reports, he and Daisy had a good relationship.