Simon Gallup net worth: Simon Gallup is an English musician who has a net worth of $20 million. Simon Gallup was born in Surrey, England in June 1960. He is best known for being the bassist of the band The Cure. The band formed in 1976 and released their debut studio album Three Imaginary Boys in 1979 and the follow-up Seventeen Seconds in 1980. The Cure released the album Faith in 1981 which reached #1 in New Zealand and #14 in the UK. Their albums Pornography in 1982, The Top in 1984, and The Head on the Door in 1985 all reached the Top 10 in the UK. The Cure released the album Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me in 1987 which reached the Top 5 in several countries and #6 in the UK. Their album Disintegration was released in 1989 and reached #3 in the UK. The Cure's album Wish was released in 1992 and reached #1 in the UK and Australia and #2 in the US. They also had success with their albums Wild Mood Swings in 1996, Bloodflowers in 2000, The Cure in 2004, and 4:13 Dream in 2008. Gallup has also been featured on releases by Lockjaw, The Mag/Spys, and Fools Dance.