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Tom Hadley was born on 6 October, 1927 in Islington, London, United Kingdom, is an English pop singer-songwriter. Discover Tom Hadley’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of Tom Hadley networth?

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Occupation actor
Age 81 years old
Zodiac Sign Libra
Born 6 October 1927
Birthday 6 October
Birthplace Islington, London, United Kingdom
Date of death 2 June, 2008
Died Place Mason, Texas, USA
Nationality United Kingdom

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Tom Hadley Height, Weight & Measurements

At 81 years old, Tom Hadley height
is 6′ 4″ .

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Height 6′ 4″
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Who Is Tom Hadley’s Wife?

His wife is Alison Evers (m. 2009), Leonie Lawson (m. 1983–2003)

Parents Not Available
Wife Alison Evers (m. 2009), Leonie Lawson (m. 1983–2003)
Sibling Not Available
Children Zara Hadley, Thomas Hadley, MacKenzie Hadley, Toni Hadley, Genevieve Hadley

Tom Hadley Net Worth

His net worth has been growing significantly in 2022-2023. So, how much is Tom Hadley worth at the age of 81 years old? Tom Hadley’s income source is mostly from being a successful Actor. He is from United Kingdom. We have estimated
Tom Hadley’s net worth
, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2023 $1 Million – $5 Million
Salary in 2023 Under Review
Net Worth in 2022 Pending
Salary in 2022 Under Review
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Source of Income Actor

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In 2020, he was one of the vocalists performing on the single “The Best Christmas (in Lockdown)”, a charity assemble of around one-hundred celebrities (also featuring Dan Gillespie Sells from The Feeling) recording for the Hertfordshire-based Electric Umbrella organisation.


In 2019, Hadley started presenting the Sunday Mid Morning Show on BBC Three Counties Radio. He also performed alongside Arisa in the fourth show of the Sanremo Music Festival 2019.


On 3 July 2017, Tony Hadley announced on Twitter that due to circumstances beyond his control, he was no longer a member of Spandau Ballet.


Hadley took part in the 2015 series of I'm a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!, beginning on 10 November 2015. He was eliminated on 4 December, finishing in sixth place.


As the lead singer of Spandau Ballet, Hadley became known for his suave image, as well as his powerful voice, which has been described by AllMusic as a “dramatic warble”. In his book on the New Romantics, music journalist and author Dave Rimmer described his voice as “like a foghorn—if a foghorn could be imagined trying to emulate both [Frank] Sinatra and [David] Bowie”. His Spandau Ballet bandmate Steve Norman described him as having “a massive vocal range”. According to Tim Rice, Hadley had a “strong and expressive voice that few of his contemporaries came near to matching”.


In 2013, Hadley and his 1980s chart peers Kim Wilde, Bananarama and Go West set a new world record for Comic Relief when they performed the highest ever gig, singing on a Boeing 767 aeroplane at 43,000 ft (13,000 m).


In 2011, Hadley said that his solo career has been more financially rewarding than his period at the top of the charts with Spandau Ballet. He stated that 2008 was his best-ever earning year, having performed in over 220 shows.


In April 1999, Hadley, along with fellow band members Steve Norman and John Keeble, failed in their attempt to sue Gary Kemp, the band's songwriter, for a share of his royalties. On 25 March 2009, it was confirmed that the band had reformed with Hadley and were embarking on a tour of the UK and Ireland in October 2009. Hadley remained a member of the band intermittently until 2017, when he announced his permanent departure. He later said in 2020: “I'd rather be happy on my own than be in that band again.”


In February 2008, Hadley took part in the Italian Sanremo Festival, where he duetted in both English and Italian with contestant Paolo Meneguzzi on Meneguzzi's song, “Grande” (“Big”), during the third day of the contest (where all contestants re-interpreted their songs with guest artists). On 22 February 2008, he performed as an interval act at the semi-final of Dora 2008, the selection of the Croatian entry for the Eurovision Song Contest.


Hadley performed a set with other 1980s acts at Retro Fest on 1 September 2007 at Culzean Castle in Ayrshire, Scotland. This appearance included a rendition of “Addicted to Love”, with Fry and Cox.


Hadley has continued with a busy performing schedule and also toured with both Cox (?) and Martin Fry from the band ABC. He released a jazz-swing album in 2006, titled Passing Strangers, and traveled on a “by request” tour from March to May 2006. This was followed by a big band tour later the same year.


To plug the gap between studio albums, Hadley also released Obsession (later re-released as Obsession Live), a live album recorded in just one night in 2001 at the club Ronnie Scott's in Birmingham.


Hadley was the subject of some newfound respect in the 2000s, rooted in an “ironic” appreciation for Spandau Ballet; John Darnielle of the indie folk rock group The Mountain Goats wrote about his admiration for Hadley's vocal strengths.


He also collaborated, in the past and present, with various dance acts and DJs, such as Tin Tin Out, Eddie Lock, Marc et Claude, Regi Penxten (Milk Inc.) and the Disco Bros, and played alongside people such as Alice Cooper, Paul Young, Jon Anderson, and Brian May. In 1999 Alan Parsons chose him as lead singer for the track “Out of the Blue” on the album The Time Machine. Hadley's usual band line up features John Keeble (drums), Phil Taylor (keyboards), Phil Williams (bass guitar), Richie Barrett (guitar), and Dawn Joseph on backing vocals. His early band, with whom he realised his debut album, included instead, besides himself and Keeble, Spandau Ballet's regular keyboard player, Toby Chapman, Jerry Stevenson (guitar) and Kevin Miller (bass guitar).


On his return from that tour, Hadley signed a joint deal with PolyGram TV, and released his next eponymous solo album, Tony Hadley, in 1997, which included covers and songs that were chosen to match his voice. The album also featured some of his own self-penned songs, such as “She”, which he wrote for daughter Toni.


In 1996, Hadley performed in a BBC Radio 2 live performance of Jesus Christ Superstar, playing the title role opposite Roger Daltrey's Judas.


He was an actor, known for The Good Old Boys (1995).


After Spandau Ballet disbanded, Hadley pursued a solo career, signing to EMI and recording his first album, The State of Play, in 1992. After leaving EMI, Hadley formed his own record company, SlipStream Records, and his first release was the single “Build Me Up”, from the film When Saturday Comes. Shortly after that, in December 1996, Hadley embarked on an orchestral tour of Europe, along with Joe Cocker, Paul Michiels, Dani Klein and Guo Yue.


Spandau Ballet song “True” was sampled by the American Hip Hop Music Act P.M. Dawn in their song “Set Adrift on Memory Bliss” released in their first album Of The Heart, Of The Soul and Of The Cross: The Utopian Experience released in 1991. Hadley also featured a cameo in the music video. “Set Adrift on Memory Bliss” achieved immediate commercial success. The single hit #1 the week of 30 November 1991 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The song also reached #3 in the United Kingdom.


Spandau Ballet disbanded in 1990 after their final studio album, Heart Like a Sky, failed to live up to the critical and commercial success of their earlier albums, such as True and Parade, and was not released in the United States.


Hadley co-founded Spandau Ballet in 1976 as The Cut, with Gary Kemp, Steve Norman, John Keeble and Michael Ellison, all of whom were students at Dame Alice Owen's Grammar School. As a member of Spandau Ballet, Hadley went on to enjoy international success in the 1980s, including hits such as “True”, “Gold” and “Through the Barricades”, as well as appearing at Live Aid in 1985.


Anthony Patrick Hadley MBE (born 2 June 1960) is an English singer-songwriter, occasional stage actor and radio presenter. He rose to fame in the 1980s as the lead singer of the New Romantic band Spandau Ballet and launched a solo career following the group's split in 1990. Hadley returned to the band in 2009 but left again in 2017. Hadley is known for his “expressive voice” and “vocal range”.


Tom Hadley was born on October 6, 1927 in the USA.