Amanda Palmer Net Worth

Amanda Palmer Biography

We also added few Albums revenue which include An Evening with Neil Gaiman & Amanda Palmer, Theatre Is definitely Evil, Amanda Palmer FALLS Under, Additional. Amanda Palmer net well worth in 2014-2015 is $18,000,000 while like others Amanda Palmer gets also paid by sponsorship, endorsement, advertisements, featuring and so forth. We estimated annual income around $2,117,647

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Quick Facts

Full NameAmanda Palmer
Height1.68 m
ProfessionSinger, Pianist, Composer, Songwriter, Lyricist
EducationWesleyan University, Lexington High School
SpouseNeil Gaiman
ChildrenAnthony Gaiman
ParentsJack Palmer, Kathy Mockett
Music GroupsThe Dresden Dolls, Evelyn Evelyn
NominationsShorty Award for Best Musician, Shorty Special Award for Connecting People
MoviesTemple of Art, Dresden Dolls: Live at the Roundhouse London, Statuesque, Dear Dad, Love Maria

Interesting Facts

1 Has 3 step-children: Michael Gaiman, Holly Gaiman and Madeleine Gaiman.
2 (January 2, 2011) Married her longtime boyfriend Neil Gaiman in a private ceremony following a year-long engagement. The wedding took place in the parlor of writers Ayelet Waldman and Michael Chabon.
3 (March 18, 2015) Expecting her 1st child with her husband Neil Gaiman in September.
4 Gave birth to her 1st child at age 39, a son named Anthony Gaiman on September 16, 2015 at 8:37 am. Child's father is her husband, Neil Gaiman.
5 Attended Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut; class of '98.
6 Lead singer of The Dresden Dolls.


1 People had this idea about becoming rock stars packing stadiums instead of having the goal of becoming what musicians used to be in terms of how they would perform and connect people.
2 The challenge in my life really is keeping the balance between feeling creatively energized and fulfilled without feeling overwhelmed and like I'm in the middle of a battlefield.
3 There's no blueprint; getting married doesn't make you boring, having kids doesn't make you boring, having money doesn't necessarily have to make you boring.
4 You get the feeling that on a lot of days the audience for most music would kind of rather not be faced with the artist, especially because we've been educated to think that the artist are these special creatures are otherwordly and aren't like us.
5 If you stuck me in a room and gave me art-making tools but told me no one would ever see the results, I don't think I'd have much desire to make art. What I do comes from a deep desire to be seen and to see others.
6 In some way, my fundamental feeling about music is that it's impossible to put a price tag on it. Human beings made music before they made a lot of other things, including tools.
7 Meditation, especially for people who don't know very much about it and think it's this very hippy dippy thing, can really be powerful, terrifying even, as it lifts the rug up on your subconscious and the dust comes flying out.
8 Neil Gaiman swooped into my life though another friend, Jason Webley, who knew we were fans of each other's work and introduced us via email. Neil and I, like me and Ben, just hit it off instantly.
9 One of the best things about Kickstarter and crowdfunding and the collapse of the music business is a lot of artists like me have been forced to face our own weird mess about ourselves and what we thought it meant to become musicians.
10 There's something advantageous about being a woman in rock versus, say, a woman in chemistry or construction. There's definitely a built-in sexism across the board, but I think you're afforded a degree of freedom in rock because, historically, the rules have been flexible.
11 I have used Twitter for so many things, from places to stay, places to go, things to do, things I need, medical advice, you name it. Especially when I'm on tour, it really feels like I'm being taken care of by half a million people. It is like having a mom.
12 I see everybody arguing about what the value of music should be instead of what I think the bigger conversation is, which is that music has value, it's subjective and we're moving to a new era where the audience is taking more responsibility for supporting artists at whatever level.
13 I'd actually say that every musician is a human being, and that not everybody likes being social. But with music, there are all these ingredients to the business that have nothing to do with writing songs or playing an instrument.
14 I've been in a recording studio enough times to know that it is not the best place to multitask. Doing a couple of takes of a song and running out to check your email to talk to someone about video production really is not good.
15 Thank God my best friend's a therapist.
16 The stage show is, in some sense, highly theatrical. It's definitely not just a band in jeans playing rock and roll.
17 There's a huge cloud of shame around art and business being seen as bedfellows.
18 Twitter fascinates me because it's real. It feels kind of unreal, but it makes very real things happen.
19 I think one of the greatest gifts you can give to someone is just access to the possibility of freedom that you don't have to be totally depressed and enslaved by your own environment.
20 I think to say that meditation is helpful to artists is true and it's great, but it's also essentially helpful to any kind of process of, just, life.
21 I'm a massive fan of David Lynch and Twin Peaks (1990).
22 I've always been a creative workaholic. I have never had a period of my life where I didn't have at least half a dozen projects going on at once.
23 If you want the world to pay for projects, you have to be able to display why you're worthy.
24 If you're willing to take risks, Twitter is a vast amusement park of interesting life possibilities.
25 Every album is just a greatest hits of whatever songs are on a pile when I go in to make a record.
26 I don't feel at home in New Orleans. I don't feel at home in Austin or L.A. And I just felt immediately at home in northern Australia.
27 I draw the line at letting people into my songwriting cave. To me, that's where the alchemy happens and where the mystery is.
28 I had very literal parents and I wanted to survive with metaphor and art, and there was a real sense of shame around it.
29 I suppose I'm happy to sell my time and energy, but I'm not happy to sell my initial creative time.
30 I was just a very dark kid. My family was complicated.
31 Bands like Nirvana had theatrical sensibilities, playing with image, challenging assumptions people were making about them, the apex being Kurt Cobain in a dress to make a point.
32 I think I've been addicted to openness since long before my rock career. I was terrible as a teenager. I used to go out of my way to make people uncomfortable with personal details. I was always fascinated by the idea that we have these weird, random boundaries between what we do and don't show.
33 My number-one goal is to never feel like I'm strictly defining myself. The minute I feel like I'm doing that as anything--as theatrical, as feminist, as songwriter--I feel like the minute I name it, I'm stuck in a box.
34 Crowdfunding as an idea itself isn't new--bands have been doing it since the dawn of time.
35 I hate being ignored.
36 The world needs actual excitement and emotion more than it needs cool people.
37 I get so many ideas for songs, but I'm so seldom disciplined enough to sit down and crank them out.
38 I have never in my career embarked on a journey towards controversy. I have never deliberately set a flame.
39 I think performance art comes from a simple place of wanting to express things beyond just sound.




The Magicians 2016 TV Series performer - 1 episode
How I Live Now 2013 performer: "Do It With A Rockstar" / writer: "Do It With A Rockstar"
The Last Days of Cinerama 2012 Documentary short writer: "One Tiny Thing"
Mulatschag 2010 TV Series performer - 1 episode
The Last International Playboy 2008 writer: "Dirty Business"
Model Man 2006 Short writer: "Coin-Operated Boy"


Leg It 2017 Short completed
The Way Home 2011 Documentary short
Dear Dad, Love Maria 2009 Short


The 17th Annual Animation Show of Shows 2015 Video segment "Behind the Trees"


10 Minute Tales 2009 TV Series Yvette


Temple of Art 2017 Documentary executive producer post-production


Bystander Revolution 2014 TV Series documentary Herself
Ride the Balance 2014 Documentary Herself
Amanda F***Ing Palmer on the Rocks 2014 Documentary short
Newsnight 2013 TV Series Herself - Singer / Herself
RocKwiz 2012 TV Series Herself
Artifact 2012 Documentary Herself - Interviewee
MSN Exclusives 2012 TV Series Herself
The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson 2011 TV Series Herself - Musical Guest
3rd Annual Shorty Awards 2011 Video Herself - Performer
Last Call with Carson Daly 2011 TV Series Herself
Good News Week 2009-2011 TV Series Herself
Spicks and Specks 2010 TV Series Herself
Live at Moog 2010 TV Series Themselves - Musical Guest
Mulatschag 2010 TV Series Herself
Shining Through: Behind the Scenes at True Colors 2007 TV Movie documentary Herself
The Dresden Dolls: In Paradise 2005 Video Herself
Temple of Art 2017 Documentary post-production Herself
BBC Proms 2016 TV Series Herself
Neil Gaiman: Dream Dangerously 2016 Documentary Herself
The 17th Annual Animation Show of Shows 2015 Video Herself
Judith Lucy Is All Woman 2015 TV Series Herself
Lennon or McCartney 2014 Documentary short Herself

Archive Footage

Access Hollywood 2015 TV Series Herself
Super Presentation 2013 TV Series Herself

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