Alan Olav Walker is a British-born Norwegian DJ and record producer. He is best known for his 2015 single “Faded” which received diamond certifications in Germany and Poland and multi-platinum certifications in over 10 countries including the US and the UK. He released his debut studio album, Different World, in 2018. As at 2019, Alan Walk Net Worth is estimated at $15 million.
|Net Worth||$15 million|
|Date of Birth||August 24 1997|
|Profession||DJ Record, Producer|
Alan Walker Net Worth and Salary in 2019
Walker is a Norwegian DJ and record producer who has a net worth of $15 million. Alan Walker was born in Northampton, England in August 1997. In 2018 DJ Mag ranked him as #36 on the Top 100 DJS of the year.
He is not married, and is not known to be in any relation. Though Walker is active on social media, he avoids disclosing his personal affairs. Walker is known for his unique attire during stage performances. He is always seen wearing a hoodie, and a mask that covers half of his face.
In 2012, Walker was listening to a song by Italian DJ David Whistle (also known as DJ Ness) and reached out to him to find out how he produced his music. He was inspired by EDM producers K-391 and Ahrix, and by film composers like Hans Zimmer and Steve Jablonsky. He started producing his music on his laptop using FL Studio. In July 2012, with the help and feedback from his fans online, he began pursuing his music production career and slowly began posting his music to YouTube and SoundCloud. Started as a bedroom Producer, he was better known as DJ Walkzz before signing a record deal and releasing his debut single in 2014.
Early Life and Educational History
Alan Olav Walker was born on August 24, 1997, in Northampton, England. His father, Philip Alan Walker, is of British origin, and his mother, Hilde Omdal Walker, is of Norwegian origin. Walker holds dual citizenship (Norway and Britain). He has an elder sister, Camilla Joy, and a younger brother, Andreas.
In his early years, Walker was inclined towards computers, and graphic designing. In 2012, he listened to a song composed by David Whistle. Walker contacted the musician, to understand how the music was produced. After listening to music composers, such as Hans Zimmer, and Steve Jablonsky, Walker became more interested in music production. He did not receive any formal training in music. Walker learned music production by watching the ‘YouTube’ tutorials on the topic.