Renowned British Musician Richard Coles net worth is now public. Check out his biography including height, age, siblings, salary and family detail. Coles is a famous English musician and a priest along with being a well known journalist. He is famous as a multi-instrumentalist and frequently appears on radio shows as well as the newspapers.
|Full Name||Rev Richard Coles|
|Birth Date||March 26, 1962|
|Net Worth||$66 Million|
|Source of Income||Acting|
|Partner||Reverend David Cole|
Rev Richard Coles was born in Northampton, England. He attended the Wellingborough School and was a choirboy. He later went to the South Warwickshire College of Further Education and graduated from King’s College London with theology. In 2005 he received a MA degree for the Greek text from University of Leeds. He has an older brother Andy Coles, a policeman and a politician.
By the age of 18, Coles was an expert in playing several instruments specially the clarinet, saxophone and keyboard. In 1984, he joined the gay musical band The Communards with Jimmy Somerville. Before this he was associated with the Bronski Beat.
In 1987 he shifted his interest to narration and worked for the Style Council’s film JerUSAlem. The same year he started working as a journalist and writer for Catholic Herald and Times. While doing his BA he turned to Raman Catholic beliefs and continued to follow the same for ten eyars before shifting to Anglicanism. During early 2003, he started his training as a priest from the renowned “College of the Resurrection”, West Yorkshire. He was appointed as parish priest in 2011 for the St. Mary the Virgin Church. The following year, he published his book Lives of the Improbable Saints. His memoir Fathomless Riches was released in 2016 followed by Bringing in The Sheaves. Currently he is the Chancellor of the University of Northampton. He appears on the TV show Strictly Come Dancing and has been a regular host for BBC’s Radio 4’s Saturday Live show.
Coles openly declares that he is a gay and lives a celebrated life with his gay partner Reverend David Cole. He had revealed about his sexual orientation when he was sixteen and after a suicide and mental asylum visit his family came in terms with his truth. Coles had a phase when many of his friends were dying out of HIV and he even lied that he was suffering from the same.