Glitzy Las Vegas has always been a great source of fun, wild crazy adventures and entertainment for people who want to have a good time but for Mr. Entertainment Wayne Newton, one of the most famous acts in Las Vegas, the city is the main source of his fabulous net worth estimated at $100 million.
He started his stint in Las Vegas when he was only in high school. Gifted with a talent in playing musical instruments and singing, Wayne became a regular stage performer in Vegas shows.
In 1972, his song Daddy Don’t You Walk So Fast sold a million records and became an instant hit on the radio. His live shows in Las Vegas became popular over time, once even offered on Pay Per View.
His talent in entertaining audiences paved the way to his success and opened doors for him so that he became one of the most famous mainstays in Las Vegas performing thousands of shows onstage.
Casa de Shenandoah
With a net worth of $100 million, it doesn’t take rocket science to figure out how Wayne Newton’s lifestyle is. He reportedly owns yachts, a ranch, a private jet and mansions.
His estate called Casa de Shenandoah had been featured in many lifestyle sites. The 52 acre property had been opened by Newton to the public. It gives guests a glimpse of the lifestyle lived by the wealthy and successful entertainer.
Aside from his mansion, the estate also features a pool table made of crystal and beautiful landscapes which had been home to many of his favorite animals including his beloved horses.
Amazingly, Newton’s estate also houses precious gifts from the entertainer’s friends including the legendary Elvis Presley and Frank Sinatra.
Newton had been married twice.
He married Elaine Okamura in 1968 but the couple divorced in 1985. Almost a decade later, Newton married lawyer Kathleen McCrone. They have a 13 year old daughter named Lauren Ashley.