List Of The Wealth And Income Of The Deceased Celebrities

1. Michael Jackson

  • Revenue: $48 million
  • Date of death: June 25, 2009 (at the age of 50)
  • Cause of death: drug poisoning

The 2019 release of the documentary "Leaving Neverland" did not lead to Jackson's downfall. Mijac's music rights catalog includes tracks made by Elvis and Aretha, as well as a long-term contract with Sony, accounting for more than 70% of total revenue.

2. Dr.Seuss

  • Revenue: $33 million
  • Date of death: September 24, 1991 (at the age of 87)
  • Cause of death: cancer

The Dr.Seuss brand is getting rich through TV and movie deals. However, picture books are still Dr.Seuss biggest source of income. This year, nearly 6 million picture books have been sold in the United States.

3. Charles M. Schulz

  • Revenue: $32.5 million
  • Date of death: February 12, 2000 (at the age of 77)
  • Cause of death: cancer

As of June 30, 2020, Schulz's legacy generated $110 million in revenue. Among them, Apple TV+ is the main source of wealth, including the new drama "Snoopy in Space" and the classic "A Charlie Brown Christmas".

4. Arnold Daniel Palmer

  • Revenue: $25 million
  • Date of death: September 25, 2016 (at the age of 87)
  • Cause of death: heart disease

Arnold Palmer's partnership with MasterCard and hundreds of retailers selling the drink in Asia generated millions of dollars in revenue.

5. Elvis Presley

  • Revenue: $23 million
  • Date of death: August 16, 1977 (at the age of 42)
  • Cause of death: heart disease

Covid-19 affected Elvis's income. Graceland, Elvis Presley's former residence, which usually brings in more than $10 million, has been closed for two months this year. At present, although the normal opening of business, but the flow of people has been limited.

6. Kobe Bean Bryant

  • Revenue: $20 million
  • Date of death: January 26, 2020 (at the age of 41)
  • Cause of death: Helicopter crash

In January 2020, Kobe died of a helicopter crash. Nike's Kobe products were once sold out. Kobe's autobiography was snapped up by fans as soon as it was published, with a total of 300000 copies sold.

7. Juice WRLD

  • Revenue: $15 million
  • Date of death: December 8, 2019 (at the age of 21)
  • Cause of death: drug poisoning

Rapper Jarad Higgins is known in the entertainment world as Juice WRLD. After his death, his music traffic soared. "Legends never die", his third album released after his death, topped the billboard charts.

8. Bob Marley

  • Revenue: $14 million
  • Date of death: May 11, 1981 (at the age of 36)
  • Cause of death: cancer

"Legend" has been broadcast more than one billion times around the world.

9.  John Winston Lennon

  • Revenue: $13 million
  • Date of death: December 8, 1980 (at the age of 40)
  • Cause of death: homicidal death

Forty years after John Lennon was killed, The Beatles music still made a lot of money in port of Penny Lane.

10. Prince

  • Revenue: $10 million
  • Date of death: April 21, 2016 (at the age of 57)
  • Cause of death: drug poisoning

Although his Paisley park has never been as popular as Graceland. But the godfather of pop music is still able to promote the development of music. "The Purple One" has sold nearly 700000 albums in the United States alone.

11. Freddie Mercury

  • Revenue: $9 million
  • Date of death: November 24, 1991 (at the age of 45)
  • Cause of death: AIDS

In 2018, the award-winning film "Bohemian Rhapsody" brought Freddie Mercury back into the spotlight.

12. George Harrison

  • Revenue: $8.5 million
  • Date of death: November 29, 2001 (at the age of 58)
  • Cause of death: cancer

On December 19, 2014, George Harrison was awarded the 2014 Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award.

13. Marilyn Monroe

  • Revenue: $8 million
  • Date of death: August 4, 1962 (at the age of 36)
  • Cause of death: drug poisoning

The late film blonde will always be worshipped, and her image and name are used by nearly 100 brands around the world, including Dolce&Gabbana, Zales and even LEGO Group.