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Jimmy Buffett Net Worth

Jimmy Buffett – Net Worth, Age, Height, Bio, Birthday, Facts, Wife, Girlfriend, Lifestyle & Pictures

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Quick Facts
Name: Jimmy Buffett
Profession: Singer, SongwriterBusinessman
Nationality: American
Birthday: 25-12-1946
Zodiac Sign: Capricorn
Age: 77 Years

Learn about Jimmy Buffett’s Net Worth, Biography, Age, Birthday, Height, Lifestyle, Family, Career, and Facts.


Jimmy Buffett was born on December 25, 1946, in Pascagoula, Mississippi, United States. He grew up in two different parts of Alabama. He attended the St. Ignatius School where he was a grad student. He joined the school band and played trombone. He went to the McGill Institute for Boys later from where he graduated. Later on, he went to Auburn University but only stayed there for a year. He attended the Pearl River Community College and got a bachelor’s in History degree from the University of Southern Mississippi. After that, he worked at Billboard magazine.

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Full Name: James William Buffett
Name Meaning: “Supplanter”
Nationality: American
Place of Birth: Pascagoula, Mississippi, United States
Date of Birth: December 25, 1946
Blood Group: Not Disclosed
Qualification: Bachelor in History from the University of Southern Mississippi
Known As/For: “Margaritaville” (1977), “Come Monday”(1974)


He started his music career in the 1960s and released his first album called “Down to Earth” in 1970. After he explored Key West, his beach-bum personality began to form. At first, he used to play at the Pier House Motel. He experimented with many genres while he was playing there. He even visits those places now so he would get new inspirations for his music. He kept making music and released many albums such as “A White Sport Coat and a Pink Crustacean” (1973), “Living & Dying in 3/4 Time” (1974),  “A1A” (1974), “Havana Daydreamin’ “ (1976), and “Changes in Latitudes, Changes in Attitudes” (1977), which also had Buffett’s hit single “Margaritaville”.

He made more money from touring than from his album sales. He toured in 1980 and also tried other business ventures. He collaborated with many musicians like Frank Sinatra and Herman Wouk and worked on many musical projects. He played at the white house for President Bill Clinton. He received the Country Music Association Award for his collaborated song “It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere”. His next album was released in 2004 called “License to Chill”. In 2005, he started his radio channel called “Radio Margaritaville”. In 2006, he released the album “Take The Weather With You” and received a star on the Mohegan Sun Walk of Fame. In 2011, he made a duet with Zac Brown Band and voiced a character in “Mark Twain: Words & Music”. In 2020, he released the song “Mark Twain: Words & Music”.

Besides his music career, he also has a great writing career. He is the New York Times best-selling artist with his books “Tales from Margaritaville” and “Where Is Joe Merchant?”. His memoir “A Pirate Looks at Fifty” went number 1. He has written two books for children called “The Jolly Mon” and “Trouble Dolls”. In 2004, his other book “A Salty Piece of Land” was released which also made it to New York Times best-sellers.

He made several appearances in media and television. He co-produced and was a cast member in the film “Hoot”. He wrote the soundtrack for the film. Though the film was not a critical or commercial success, its soundtrack was featured in the tv series “Johnny Bago”. He also made many other theme songs for other films like “I Don’t Know (Spicoli’s Theme)” for the film “Fast Times at Ridgemont High”. He has made cameos in many movies like “Rancho Deluxe”, “Hook”, “Congo”, and “From the Earth to the Moon”. He made guest appearances in the movie “Hawaii Five-0” for many years. He worked on the musical “Don’t Stop the Carnival” and in the Sesame Street special, ‘Elmopalooza’. He can also be seen in the movie “Jurassic World” in which he made a cameo. He was a musical guest on the show “NCIS: New Orleans” and played himself in the film “The Beach Bum”.

He is also a businessman with a retail store in Key West called “Margaritaville” and “Margaritaville cafe”.


  • He was the one who broke the news of the ‘Flatt and Scruggs’ separation when was working for Billboard magazine.
  • He was asked to make a special appearance in the movie “Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl” but he declined the offer.
  • He became the only author who had best-selling books in both fiction and nonfiction genres.
  • His fans are usually called Parrotheads.
  • His musical style is a mix of both ‘country’ and lyrical themes of the gulf.

Net Worth:

His estimated net worth is 600 million dollars. His net worth in 2017 was 900 million dollars. He has earned money throughout his music career, mostly from his touring. He also has an exceptional writing career. All of his books have been New York Times best-sellers. He has worked in many movies and tv shows, making several guest appearances and cameos from where he earned a lot of money. His tour recording CDs are also sold online. His other sources of income are his side businesses which include a radio station “Radio Margaritaville”, “Margaritaville” retail store”, and “Margaritaville Cafe”. He also co-developed the Cheeseburger in Paradise restaurant chain which no longer exists.

Net Worth: $600 Million

Height & Weight:

He is 5 feet, 7 inches tall, and weighs 84 kg.

Hair Color: White
Eye Color: Brown
Weight: 84 kgs
Height: 5 Feet 7 Inches

Family & Relationships:

He was born to his parents James Delaney Buffett Jr. and Mary Lorraine. He has a sister named Laurie Buffett. He was married to Margie Washichek but the two got divorced in 1971. He then got married to Jane Slagsvol. They got separated in the 1980s but later reconciled. They have children named Savannah Buffett, Cameron Marley Buffett, and Sarah Delaney Buffett.

We are trying to find more information about his relationships and will update you here.

Father: James Delaney Buffett, Jr.
Mother: Mary Lorraine Peets Buffett
Sister: Laurie Buffet
Spouse: Margie Washichek (1969-1972),
Jane Slagsvol (1977- present)
Son: Cameron Marley Buffett (Adopted)
Daughters: Savannah Buffett,
Sarah Delaney Buffet
Relationship Status: Married


Why is Jimmy Buffett famous?

Jimmy Buffett is an American singer and comedian. He is widely known for his famous song “Margaritaville” and is the New York Times best-selling author.

Who is Jimmy Buffett married to?

He is married to Jane Slagsvol. They got married in 1977 and are still together.

How much money does Jimmy Buffett earn?

He earns millions of dollars from his side businesses. He is one of the richest musicians and had an estimated net worth of 900 million dollars in 2017.

Is Jimmy Buffett a billionaire?

Jimmy is one of the richest musicians in the world. His net worth is 600 million dollars but he isn’t a billionaire.

Did Jimmy Buffett serve in the military?

Jimmy applied for the Officer Candidate School but was rejected due to a medical exemption. He then pursued his musical career.

Why did Jimmy Buffett go to jail?

Jimmy was detained when he was involved in an incident where police found 100 tablets of drugs. He was never arrested.

What is Jimmy Buffett’s favorite drink?

His favorite drink is tequila on the rocks and water. He revealed that he isn’t drinking margaritas anymore.

How old is Jimmy Buffett Today?

December 25, 1946 is his Date of Birth, so now he is 77 Years old.

Who is Jimmy Buffett dating?

Jimmy isn’t dating anyone right now. He is married to Jane Slagvol and has three children. This is his second marriage.

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