brian molko height, weight, age

brian molko height

brian molko height is (5ft 6inches). Brian Molko (born 10 December 1972) is a British musician and songwriter who is the lead singer and guitarist of the band Placebo. He is particularly known for his unique and high-pitched nasal voice, feminine/androgynous appearance, and unique guitar style and tuning.

brian molko height
brian molko height

Molko was born in Brussels, Belgium, to a British mother who was of Scottish Catholic ancestry and an American father who was of Italian ancestry. He has a sibling named Stuart who is older. During his childhood, Molko’s family frequently relocated; they lived in Dundee, Liberia, Lebanon, and Belgium, where they later settled. Molko attended the American International School of Luxembourg while the family was in Longeau and Sandweiler, Belgium (AISL).

Height in Meters 1.68m
Height in Feet 5ft 6in
Height in Centimeters 167.64cm
Height in Inches 66in

Though his father wanted him to become a banker, Molko was raised in a conservative home that forbade artistic expression. Molko rebelled by adopting an androgynous appearance, donning nail polish, lipstick, and eyeliner, and listening to punk music. Initially enrolled at the European School of Luxembourg (ESL), he later dropped out as a result of severe bullying. His education began at the American International School of Luxembourg (AISL), and he then pursued a degree in acting at London’s Goldsmiths College.

What is the Net Worth of Brian Molko? Salary, Earnings

The multi-talented musician Brian Molko has a $3 million career-related net worth. On the other hand, Jonathan Davis, the former lead singer of the American band “Korn,” has a fortune of $50 million. The group has collaborated with a range of musicians since his involvement with “Placebo” in 1994 and has issued seven studio albums, selling more than 11 million records globally.

Brian Molko  Relationship, Married Life

Most likely, Brian Molko is currently involved in a romantic relationship. The musician revealed whether or not he is dating. He said these things: Despite his joy at his romance, he kept his sweetheart’s identity a secret and kept his conversations about it to a minimum. It’s unclear whether the “Placebo” singer is still dating his girlfriend, though.

Brian Molko  Relationship, Married Life
            Brian Molko  Relationship, Married Life

There isn’t much information available about the artist’s personal life because he is not active on social media. He is a mysterious celebrity that spends the most of his time performing, touring, and attending concerts with his band. I hope his life is going well!

The guitarist’s previous partner was British actress Liza Walker. After a brief courtship, the two recognised their relationship was not a good fit and ended it. In 2005, Brian tied the knot for the first time with Helena Berg. His former spouse is a skilled Vietnamese photographer. The pair became husband and wife in 2005, welcoming their son Cody Molko.

Unfortunately, he also found the marriage to be unsuccessful, and a year later, in 2006, he divorced Helena. A year after divorcing his wife, Molko dated Brazilian disc jockey Carol Wojtyla in 2007. Like his past relationships, his one with Carol did not last long, and the two decided to part ways the following year.

Early life

Molko was born in Brussels, Belgium, to a Scottish mother and an American Jewish father with French and Italian ancestry. He has a sibling named Stuart who is older.  Due to his father’s work as a banker, Molko’s family relocated frequently when he was growing up. They lived in Liberia, Lebanon, the Belgian village of Longeau, and Dundee before settling in Sandweiler, Luxembourg.

Though his father wanted him to become a banker, Molko was raised in a conservative home that forbade artistic expression. Molko rebelled by adopting an androgynous appearance, donning nail polish, lipstick, and eyeliner, and listening to punk music. He used to go to the European School of Luxembourg (ESL), but he stopped going after being bullied. Before studying acting at Goldsmiths College in London, he completed his secondary education at the American International School of Luxembourg (AISL).

Career

Molko and Placebo co-founder Stefan Olsdal did not get along while they were students at the American International School of Luxembourg (AISL). [7] When Molko was a resident of London, he met Olsdal at the South Kensington tube station and invited him to one of the shows they both did as Ashtray Heart with Steve Hewitt. [7]

Molko appeared in the 1998 movie Velvet Goldmine with Hewitt and Olsdal,[8] for which Placebo sang the T. Rex song “20th Century Boy.” He portrayed Malcolm, an early Alice Cooper band-like glam rock singer for the made-up group “The Flaming Creatures.”

Molko has participated in Placebo’s live performances on a variety of instruments, such as the guitar, bass guitar, keyboards, harmonica, and saxophone.

Personal life

The open bisexuality of Molko was a motif in some of his earlier lyrics for Placebo.  Cody Molko, who was born in 2005, is the son of Molko and Helena Berg, with whom he previously had a relationship.  Cody, who is now an actor, made an appearance in the TV show The Drowning.

Molko has been open about his use of recreational drugs: in a 1997 interview with Kerrang! magazine he admitted that heroin was “probably the only drug on this planet I haven’t tried”.  He did, however, later admit to using heroin as well. Pharmaceutical drugs are also mentioned in the band’s name, as well as the album Meds and its title track. Molko admitted in 2003 that many of his early excesses were the result of mental health issues; he was officially diagnosed with major depressive disorder in his late twenties. He claimed in 2016 that he stopped using drugs completely after recording and releasing Meds.

 

Addiction To Drugs And Quitting

The musician admitted that he has a long history of drug abuse. In a 1997 interview, he opened up about his addiction and said he had tried everything. Drug Addiction In her twenties, she was diagnosed with major depression in public. He also made various references to drugs, including the title of his 2006 album “Meds” and its title track.

After many years of dealing with drugs, Brian realized that it was time for a serious life change, and in 2015 he said that he stopped drugs completely after recording and releasing ‘Meds’. So if that is true, we wish him the best and hope he stays clean and lives a happy and healthy life.

 

 

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