Joshua Dun Net Worth

Joshua Dun was born on June 28, 1989 in Columbus, Ohio, United States, United States, is Musician. Born Joshua William Dun, Josh Dun is a very talented American musician and the drummer of the very popular musical duo ‘Twenty One Pilots’. Having a keen interest in music right from childhood, Josh initially started with playing the trumpet when he was quite young. Later, his interests deviated to playing drums and he learnt the instrument himself instead of getting professional training. Before joining ‘Twenty One Pilots’, he worked as a temporary drummer in the place of Colin Rigs by in a musical band named ‘House of Heroes’. Fate took a turn when he joined ‘Twenty One Pilots’ after the original members of the band- Nick Thomas and Chris Salih departed. Since then he has been associated with the band and has successfully created a few sensational music albums such as ‘Blurryface’ and ‘Vessel’. Josh has earned his name in the field of music and he is reputed for his deft skills at drumming, especially playing electronic drums. Renowned for his work with Adele and Katy Perry, this dynamic and vibrant musical icon is interested in genres like Indie Pop, Alternative Rock, Electropop and Rap Rock.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Musician
Birth Day June 28, 1989
Birth Place Columbus, Ohio, United States, United States
Birth Sign Cancer
Club Mercantile Rowing Club
Medal record Men's Rowing Representing  Australia Olympic Games 2012 London Coxless four 2016 Rio de Janeiro Coxless four World Championships 2013 Chungjiu Coxless Four 2015 Aiguebelette M4− 2010 Karapiro M8+ 2011 Bled Coxless Four 2014 Amsterdam M4− Men's RowingRepresenting  AustraliaOlympic GamesWorld Championships 2012 LondonCoxless four2016 Rio de JaneiroCoxless four2013 ChungjiuCoxless Four2015 AiguebeletteM4−2010 KarapiroM8+2011 BledCoxless Four2014 AmsterdamM4−

💰 Net worth: Under Review



Dunkley-Smith rows from the Mercantile Rowing Club in Melbourne. On seven consecutive occasions from 2010 to 2016 Dunkley-Smith was seated in the Victorian Men's VIII who contested the King's Cup at the Australian Rowing Championships. In those crews he saw two King's Cup victories and four times placed second. He stroked that crew in four King's Cup races.


At the 2012 London Olympics, Dunkley-Smith won a silver medal in the Australian men's coxless four with Drew Ginn, James Chapman, and Will Lockwood. Ginn's presence in the crew gave it a lineage to the successful Australian M4- crews of the 1990s that were known as Oarsome Foursomes.


In 2016 along with Will Lockwood, Joshua Booth, and Alexander Hill, Dunkley-Smith was selected in the Australian Men's Coxless four to compete at Rio 2016. They won their heat and semi-final and took the silver medal behind Great Britain in the final.


On the 10th of March 2018, he became the world's fastest 2k erg time holder with a time of 5:35.8, beating Rob Waddell's 19-year-old record of 5:36.6.

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