Lee Ving Net Worth

Ving has also appeared in numerous television shows, including The X-Files, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, and Law & Order. Lee Ving is an American actor and musician born in Philadelphia, PA. He is best known as the frontman for the influential L.A. hardcore punk band Fear, and has appeared in films such as Flashdance (1983), Streets Of Fire (1984) and Clue (1985). He was also featured in the punk music documentary The Decline Of Western Civilization (1981). Ving has also had roles in television shows such as The X-Files, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, and Law & Order.
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Who is it? Actor, Soundtrack
Birth Day April 10, 1950
Birth Place  Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
Lee Ving age 73 YEARS OLD
Birth Sign Taurus
Birth name Lee James Capallero
Origin Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.
Genres Hardcore punk, blues, country
Occupation(s) Musician, actor
Instruments Vocals, guitar, harmonica, bass guitar
Years active 1968–present
Labels Slash, Fear, Sector 2
Associated acts Fear, MD.45, Range War, Easy Love

💰 Net worth: $250,000

Lee Ving, a well-known actor and soundtrack artist in the United States, is estimated to have a net worth of $250,000 by the year 2024. Ving has garnered recognition for his immense talent and contributions to the entertainment industry. With his impressive skills and dedication to his craft, he has managed to accumulate a considerable fortune. Throughout his career, Ving has showcased his acting prowess in various films and has also made significant contributions to the music world through his work as a soundtrack artist. As a multi-talented artist, Lee Ving continues to leave a lasting impact on the entertainment industry.

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Lee James Capallero was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In the late 1960s, under the name Lee Ving, he joined Sweet Stavin Chain Blues Band in Philadelphia, playing with Michael Brecker and Eugene Busnar; they played shows with B.B. King, Buddy Guy and Cream among others. Later, Ving moved to New York and formed the band Daybreak. In the mid-1970s, he moved to Los Angeles and in 1977 formed Fear.


Ving and his band Fear appeared in the 1981 rotoscope animated film American Pop, directed by Ralph Bakshi, lead singer Ving acted under the name Lee James Jude.


Ving played a lead role ("Missoula") in Penelope Spheeris' 1987 film Dudes. As part of Fear he was featured in Spheeris' 1980 documentary on punk The Decline of Western Civilization. Furthermore, he played the strip club owner in Flashdance (1983), Mr. Boddy in Clue (1985), a murderer in Nightmares_(1983_film), and a small role in Streets of Fire (1984), among other roles in film and television. In 1983 he self-deprecatingly played the over-the-top punk singer named 'Piggy' in the rock-and-roll comedy Get Crazy. In the Who's the Boss episode titled "Walk on the Mild Side", he played Jake Maguire. He also appeared in an episode of the short-lived Three's Company spin-off Three's a Crowd as a Criminal in a police lineup.


Ving has also sung for the band MD.45, which also featured Dave Mustaine of Megadeth and Jimmy DeGrasso of Suicidal Tendencies. However, the 2004 re-release/remastered record replaced his vocals with Dave Mustaine's. Ving has also sung country music in the outlaw country genre with the band Range War. Prior to Fear, Ving played in a six piece blues act named Easy Love.