Micky Dolenz is actor and musician best known as the frontman and drummer of the 1960s TV sitcom The Monkees. With the band, he made lead vocals for such hits including Last Train to Clarksville and Daydream Believer. Throughout his career, the artist has worked on various stage programs and shown his appearance in many of the films and TV shows as well.
Micky Dolenz was born on March 8, 1945, in Los Angeles, CA to father George Dolenz and mother Janelle Johnson. An American by nationality, he belongs to white ethnicity and shares the birth sign Pisces.
Micky has three sisters Gemma Marie Dolenz, Kathleen Dolenz, and Deborah Dolenz. He was raised by his parents along with his siblings.
In 1962, he graduated from Ulysses S. Grant High School in Valley Glen, Los Angeles. Then, he attended Valley College and the Los Angeles Technical Institute, where he studied architecture.
Micky is married three times in his life. He married Samantha Juste, a co-presenter on BBC TV's pop music show, in 1968. They were blessed with a child, daughter Ami Dolenz, on January 8, 1969. Unfortunately, they got divorced in 1975.
Following the separation, he tied a knot with Trina Dow in 1977. The pair had three daughters Charlotte Janelle, born on August 8, 1981; Emily Claire, born on July 25, 1983; and Georgia Rose, born on September 3, 1984. Dolenz. They parted their ways in 1991.
After his separation with Dow, he shared his wedding vows with Donna Quinter, in 2002. Micky bought a house in 2001, Bell Canyon, California, and currently living with his spouse, Donna
According to Celebritynetworth, the popular American actor has a net worth of $9 million, as of 2019. He has maintained such a wealth, all from his hard work and dedication throughout his career.
He has not shared the exact figure of his salary on the media and tabloid sources, however, an actor earns around $39.84 per hour in average, making over $50 thousand in a year.
Similarly, director has an average salary of around $92,220 per year, $44.34 per hour and musician can earn around $48.26 per year on average. Hence, he might be receiving his same amount from his works.
In 1964, he appeared in one episode of the NBC education drama series Mr. Novak. He auditioned for NBC's series ‘The Monkees’ and was selected for the role of the drummer, in 1965.
He joined the former Monkees songwriters Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart and embarked on a tour for two years as the ‘Golden Hits of the Monkees’ show, in 1975.
Micky appeared in a murder mystery movie and was also featured in an episode of ‘Adam 12’. Also, he joined the WCBS-FM radio station as the morning disc jockey, in January 2005.
On June 3, 2005, his tenure ended with his 100th show and he published his first children's book, ‘Gakky Two-Feet’ in 2006.
In addition, he wrote a few songs for The Monkees band and sang the hit songs such as Last Train to Clarksville, Take a Giant Step, and I'm a Believer.
Micky Dolenz is actor and musician best known for his appearance as a frontman and drummer 1960s TV sitcom The Monkees.
He stands tall 5 feet 10 inches or 178 cm.
He weighs around 80 kg or 176 lbs.
His net worth, as of July 2019, is $9 million.