• Apollo Bowie Flynn Rossdale is the youngest son of Gavin Rossdale and Gwen Stefani.
• Gavin Rossdale is an English singer, songwriter and actor, best known as the frontman of the English rock band Bush.
• Gwen Stefani is a Grammy Award-winning musician, singer, songwriter, actress and record producer.
• Both of Apollo's parents are successful musicians with considerable net worths.
• Apollo is still a young child and his net worth has not been disclosed.
Who is Apollo Bowie Flynn Rossdale?
Apollo Bowie Flynn Rossdale is the third and the youngest of three sons of the music celebrity couple. His father Gavin Rossdale is English singer, songwriter, guitarist and an actor, best known as the frontman of the English rock band Bush. His mother, Gwen Stefani is a Grammy Award-winning musician, singer, songwriter, actress and record producer who is widely recognized for previously being the lead vocalist of the American rock band No Doubt.
Early Life and Bio
Apollo was born under the zodiac sign of Pisces on the 28th February 2014, in Los Angeles, California, USA, and apart from being of American nationality and white ethnicity, he also has British descent through his father. The six-year old Apollo has two older brothers – Kingston James McGregor Rossdale, born in 2006, and Zuma Nesta Rock Rossdale, born in 2008. The two middle names in Apollo‘s full personal name – ‘Bowie’ and ‘Flynn’ – originate from maiden names of his parents’ mothers. In November 2016 when he was just two, his parents divorced.
Gavin McGregor Rossdale was born on the 30th October 1965 in London, England, into the family of Barbara Stephan Bowie and Douglas Rossdale, and besides being of English nationality, he is also of Scottish and Russian-Jewish ancestry. Gavin began his career in the music world in the mid-1980s as a member of the band Midnight. In 1992, alongside Nigel Pulsford, Gavin Rossdale formed the band Future Primitive, then after Robin Goodridge and Dave Parsons joined them, they became Bush.
we are in this together – i get the feeling that when we come out the other side there may be a better energy between lovers, strangers & friends and a warming of pointless hostilities – see how fragile we really are -i can't wait to see you again pic.twitter.com/f9QVJl4h4L
— GAVIN ROSSDALE (@GavinRossdale) March 16, 2020
In 1994 the band released its debut studio album entitled “Sixteen Stone”, which peaked at No. 4 on the US Billboard 200 charts, featuring hit singles such as “Everything Zen”, “Glycerine” and “Comedown”. The album was later certified 6-times multi-platinum with over 10 million sold copies. Following this success, the band released seven more albums including commercially most successful ones such as “Razorblade Suitcase””(1996), “The Science Of Things” (1999), “The Sea of Memories” (2011) and “Black and White Rainbows” (2017). Their latest studio album entitled “The Kingdom” hit the charts in March 2020.
Additionally, Gavin’s works have been featured in several motion pictures, such as the 2002 action blockbuster movie “XXX” as well as in the 2003 Sci-Fi action film “Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines”. In 2005, Rossdale’s single “Bullet Proof Skin” was included in the original soundtrack of the Sci-Fi movie “Stealth”.
In 2001 Rossdale made his acting debut in the comedy film “Zoolander”, while in 2005 he appeared opposite Keanu Reeves in the fantasy action horror movie “Constantine”. Later that year he starred in the sport history drama film “The Game of Their Lives”, while in 2007 he appeared in the comedy crime movie “How to Rob a Bank (and 10 Tips to Actually Get Away with It)”.
Apart from movies, Gavin has appeared in several TV series as well, such as “Criminal Minds” and “Hawaii Five-0”.
Gwen Renée Stefani was born on the 3rd October 1969 in Fullerton, California, the second of four children of Patti Flynn, an accountant and a housewife, and Dennis Stefani, a marketing executive. She has an older brother named Eric, and two younger siblings – sister Jill and brother Todd. Besides being of American nationality and white ethnicity, she is also of some American Italian descent through her father.
Gwen’s endeavors in the world of music began in 1986, when her brother Eric invited her to perform as a vocalist for the ska band that he was gathering at that time, named No Doubt. In 1992 the band released an eponymous debut studio album, which was followed by two more studio albums “The Beacon Street Collection” and “Tragic Kingdom”, both in 1995. The latter included the globally popular hit single “Don’t Speak”, and was eventually sold over 16 million copies, earning a Grammy nomination as well. In December 2000, Rolling Stone magazine annointed Gwen Stefani as ‘The Queen of Confessional Pop‘.
In 2001 No Doubt released “Rock Steady”, a studio album which produced several highly-rated hit singles, including “Underneath It All” and “Hey Baby” which were rewarded with Grammy Awards. In May 2001, for her collaboration with Eve on his song “Let Me Blow Ya Mind”, Stefani was honored with the Grammy Award for the Best Rap/Sung Performance.
In November 2004, Gwen released her debut solo studio album entitled “Love. Angel. Music. Baby.”, which included collaborations with popular names such as André 3000, The Neptunes, Linda Perry and New Order.
It peaked at No. 7 on the US Billboard 200 albums chart, and produced singles such as “What You Waiting For?”, “Rich Girl” as well as “Hollaback Girl”. In December 2006 Stefani released her second studio album named “The Sweet Escape”, which was followed by an eponymous world tour.
After she returned to No Doubt, they released their sixth and last studio album in 2012 – “Push and Shove”. The album peaked at No. 3 on the US Billboard 200 chart while its first hit single “Settle Down” peaked at No. 34 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
In 2016, she released her third solo album, “This Is What the Truth Feels Like”, which peaked at No. 1 on the US Billboard 200 album chart and produced the single “Make Me Like You”. Her latest solo release is the studio album entitled “You Make It Feel Like Christmas”, which hit the charts in October 2017.
Gwen Stefani has appeared in several motion pictures as well, including Martin Scorsese’s 2004 biographical drama movie “The Aviator”, and TV series’ “Gossip Girl”, “Portlandia” and the animated comedy drama series “Kuu Kuu Harajuku”.
In her music career so far, Stefani has added numerous prestigious accolades to her professional portfolio, such as Grammy, Brit, American Music, two Billboard Music, and four MTV Video Music Awards.
Gwen and Gavin first met in 1995 when their bands both performed for the KROQ radio station’s holiday concert. After several years of dating, and following by ups, downs and break-ups, the couple tied the knot on the 14th September 2002. The wedding ceremony was held at St. Paul’s Church in Covent Garden, London, and was followed by a second ceremony in Los Angeles, California, two weeks later.
Being still just a six-year-old child without any professional accolades so far, it is hard to disclose Apollo’s independent wealth. However, taking into consideration that his parents, father Gavin and mother Gwen are both successful musicians, with net worth of $45 million and $150 million respectively, sources estimate that the total of young Apollo’s potential net worth as of early 2020 is considerable!