Andrew Lloyd Webber Net Worth, Bio, Age, Family, Married, Wife, Children, Songs, Musicals

Andrew Lloyd Webber Biography

Andrew Lloyd Webber is an English award-winning musical theatre impresario and composer best known for his musicals that have run for more than a decade in both the West End and on Broadway. He has written 21 musicals, a song cycle, variations, two film scores, and a Latin Requiem Mass.


Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Age

Andrew was born Andrew Lloyd Webber, Baron Lloyd-Webber on 22 March 1948, in Kensington, London, England. He is 74 years old as of March 2022.

Andrew Webber Education

Andrew studied at the Eric Gilder School of Music. Lloyd Webber was a Queen’s Scholar at Westminster School and studied history for a term at Magdalen College, Oxford, but dropped out in the winter of 1965 to pursue his interest in musical theatre at the Royal College of Music.

Andrew Lloyd Webber Parents – Family

Andrew is the eldest son of the late William Lloyd Webber and Jean Hermione Johnstone (who died in 1993). William, his father, was a composer, and Jean, her mother, was a violinist and pianist. Julian Lloyd Webber, a world-renowned solo cellist, is his younger brother.

Andrew Lloyd Webber Wife – Married

Andrew had three marriages. He married his first wife, Sarah Hugill, on July 24, 1971, and the couple divorced on November 14, 1983. On March 22, 1984, he married Sarah Brightman, a singer, as his second wife in Hampshire. On January 3, 1999, the couple divorced. On February 9, 1991, Lloyd Webber married his third and current wife, Madeleine Gurdon, in Westminster. In 1992, the couple established the Watership Down Stud. They expanded their equestrian holdings in 1996 when they purchased Kiltinan Castle Stud near Fethard in County Tipperary, Ireland.

Andrew Webber Children

Webber and his first wife Hugill have two children, Imogen Lloyd Webber (born 31 March 1977) and Nicholas Lloyd Webber (born 2 July 1979). He also has three children with his current and third wife Madeleine, Alastair Adam Lloyd Webber (born 3 May 1992), William Richard Lloyd Webber (born 24 August 1993), and Isabella Aurora Lloyd Webber (born 30 April 1996).

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Andrew Lloyd Webber Career

Andrew composed a musical song “Cats” based on the 1939 poetry collection Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats by T. S. Eliot. It recounts to the account of a clan of felines called the Jellicles and the night they make the “Jellicle decision,” choosing which feline will rise to the Heaviside Layer and return to another life. The melodic incorporates the notable tune “Memory” as sung by Grizabella. Starting in 2019, Cats remains the fourth-longest-running Broadway appearance and the 6th longest-running West End appears. Any Dream Will Do is a song written by Andrew and Tim Rice for the 1968 musical Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. It is generally the beginning and the concluding song of the musical, sung by the title character of Joseph. The song was voted Broadway Song of the Year in 1981 and won an Ivor Novello Award in 1991.

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Net Worth

Lloyd has an estimated net worth of ‎£820 million.

Andrew Lloyd Webber Musicals – Best Songs

  • The Likes of Us (1965)
  • Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (1968)
  • Jesus Christ Superstar (1970)
  • Jeeves (1975)
  • Evita (1976)
  • Tell Me on a Sunday (1979)
  • Cats (1981)
  • Song and Dance (1982)
  • Starlight Express (1984)
  • The Phantom of the Opera (1986)
  • Aspects of Love (1989)
  • Sunset Boulevard (1993)
  • Whistle Down the Wind (1998)
  • The Beautiful Game (2000)
  • The Woman in White (2004)
  • Love Never Dies (2010)
  • The Wizard of Oz (2011)
  • Stephen Ward (2013)
  • School of Rock (2015)

Andrew Lloyd Webber Shows – Plays

  • The Beautiful Game (2000)
  • Book and lyrics by Ben Elton
  • Updated as The Boys in the Photograph (2009)
  • The Woman in White (2004)
  • Lyrics by David Zippel
  • Book by Charlotte Jones
  • Based on the Wilkie Collins novel
  • Based on elements of the short story The Signal-Man by Charles Dickens
  • Love Never Dies (2010)
  • Book & Lyrics by Glenn Slater
  • Book by Ben Elton & Frederick Forsyth
  • Additional lyrics by Charles Hart
  • The Wizard of Oz (2011)
  • Book by Andrew Webber & Jeremy Sams
  • Music by Harold Arlen
  • Lyrics by E.Y. Harburg
  • Additional music by Andrew Webber
  • Additional lyrics by Tim Rice
  • Based on the 1939 motion picture The Wizard of Oz
  • Based on the 1900 novel The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum
  • Stephen Ward (2013)
  • Book and lyrics by Christopher Hampton and Don Black
  • School of Rock (2015)
  • Lyrics by Glenn Slater
  • Book by Julian Fellowes
  • Based on the 2003 film
  • Cinderella (2020)
  • Lyrics by David Zippel
  • Book by Emerald Fennell