Not only being a celebrity wife earns one fame, but riches as well. Among many such names in Hollywood, we are discussing here Jill Tavelman net worth; she is an occasional actress and widely famous as the second ex-wife of Phill Collins, the drummer, and singer of Genesis.

For sure, many who follows the former member of Genesis does know about the English drummer’s music success with abundant earnings but a downfall to married life. Collins and Tavelman remained for more than a decade until they divorced in 1996, which saw out quite a heavy sum in settlement from Collins.

No doubt, the 8 Grammy Awards-winner with a multi-million dollars fortune made his ex-wife Jill a millionaire as well (from alimony). So, what is Jill Tavelman net worth? Let’s know.

Jill Tavelman Net Worth: Ex-Wife Of ‘Genesis’ Drummer Phill Collins

Although not much about Tavelman’s career update is out, she occasionally made on-screen appearances in Buster (1988) and Extra with Billy Bush (2008, self). But it was actually her divorce with then-husband Phill Collins that made her a millionaire.

Reportedly, as a part of the divorce settlement, ending 12 years of marriage, she got a whooping £17 million in alimony. As per inflation in 2021, the amount subjects to £27.56 million ($38.13 million).

Even though, as of 2021, Jill Tavelman is yet to open up her exact net worth, she could possibly own a fortune in an 8-digit figure.

Jill is the second wife of the English drummer, famously of Genesis. They married on August 4, 1984, and even welcomed a daughter Lily Collins, now an actress, in 1989.

But after the extra-marital affair of Collins came forth twice, including one with Lavinia Lang in 1992 (they were even engaged), the two decided to part ways. Jill and Phill filed for divorce in 1994, which was finalized on December 5, 1996.

According to Celebrity Net Worth, Phill Collins has an estimated net worth of $300 million. Moreover, her daughter Lily, an English-American actress, is worth $25 million.

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 Since her separation from Collins, the celebrity ex-wife has remained low-key about her profession as well as relationship updates. On the other, her ex-husband married for the third time but divorced her too.

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Phill Collins Married Thrice and Divorce All- Paid Hefty Money In Alimony

Considered one of the greatest selling artists, Collins sold 150 million records worldwide, including 33.5 million units in the USA only. Moreover, after leaving Genesis in 1996, the Grammy-winning singer/drummer turned to a solo career that saw him further career perks. But seemingly, the married life was not his forte, married for 3 times but divorce with all, fathering 5 children.

Wives and Divorce Settlements

First, the English singer married Canadian-born Andrea Bertorelli– remained together from Sept. 27, 1975, to February 2, 1980. They welcomed a son Simon Collins in 1976 and shared daughter Joely (b, 1973) from Bertorelli’s previous relationship. Although not disclosed, Andrea reportedly took a considerable sum through a divorce.

Then, with his second wife, Jill Tavelman, with whom he shares an actress daughter Lily Collins, the Face Value singer divorced after a decade in 1996 and paid £17 million in Alimony.

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On July 24, 1999, the In the Air Tonight singer married his third wife, Orianne Cevey Collins. But the parents of two, Nicholas (b. 21st April 2001) and Mathew (born 1st December 2004), divorced in 2006. Their divorce settlement amount of £25 million became the most expensive British celebrity divorce.

Earnings Of Phill Collins

From the 1985 tour The No Jacket Required World Tour, Phill made $7.949 million. Moreover, the Not Dead Yet Tour (2017-19) grossed $90 million, of which Collins took home $45 million. Some of his album earnings include:

  • Face Value (1981)- $10.5 million
  • Hello, I Must Be Going! (1982)- $752,000
  • No Jacket Required (1985)- $18 million
  • …But Seriously (1989)- $14.5 million
  • Serious Hits… Live! (1990)- $8.3 million
  • Both Sides (1993)- $3.4 million
  • Dance into the Light (1996)- $1.2 million
  • Testify (2002)- $1.3 million
  • Going Back (2010)- $425,000

In 2018, the Sunday Times Rich List ranked him #25 wealthiest people in the British music industry. Earlier in 2012, he was considered the 2nd richest drummer after Ringo Starr- the Beatles drummer has $350 million net worth in 2021.

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