Liam Paris Howlett Net Worth

Liam Paris Howlett Net Worth is
$6 Million

Liam Paris Howlett Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

The man behind the music of the Prodigy, Liam Howlett, was born on August 21, 1971 in Essex, England. Ever since his childhood, Liam had an undying devotion for music. His father forced him to take piano classes but his interest was grabbed by other musical styles. He particularly liked the Ska movement, and "Ska's Greatest Hits" was the first ...
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Full NameLiam Howlett
Date Of BirthAugust 21, 1971
Place Of BirthBraintree, Essex, England, UK
ProfessionSoundtrack, Actor, Composer
EducationAlec Hunter Academy
SpouseNatalie Appleton
ChildrenAce Billy Howlett
Music GroupsThe Prodigy
NominationsBrit Award for Best Producer
MoviesThe Prodigy: Wild Frontier
Star SignLeo
1Enjoys a lot of distortion in the songs he works on. Rarely are the tracks clean, they have a dirty, raw-edge that his fans enjoy. He has a strong hold on the use of distortion. An example is "The Fat of the Land".
1[on the meaning of the song "Breathe"] When we did the song, it was about confrontation between Maxim and Keith. There was no deep meaning. It was like, you want to taste me, come over here and taste me. And then Maxim was like, breathe me, breathe me... It was just more of a confrontational thing between them two. When they do it on stage, that comes across really obviously. I'm not gonna sit here and try and think of some deep meaning because it just hasn't got one. Firestarter has but Breathe hasn't. It's basically like a full-on, almost punk dance track. It's kind of got the energy of our other tracks but it's also got the edge of Firestarter in a way. When you see it live, it's really confrontational between them two. We just wanted to get that on record and it just captured that live part of the show, you know?
2[on NME magazine] "These questions are reliant on my memory and unfortunately that part of my brain doesn't exist. We like the NME 'cos they've always been supportive, but if they diss us we'll set fire to them."
3When you first break into the music scene, everyone is so naive. I was only nineteen when I started happening with 'Charly' and I was so into the rave scene - apart from hip hop, I was blind to everything else.
4We'd been away for a year and we needed to come back with a big impact, but just another dance track would not have broken any new ground. As far as I am concerned 'Firestarter' set a whole new level for English music, that's my honest opinion. When people heard that track it was a major turning point. It was so experimental, crossing the barriers between punk and dance. Keith re-invented himself and it was a great introduction to him. It was convincing but not just because it was No.1. The track sounds like it means business, the way Keith delivers the vocals, the music has such attitude. It was a landmark.
5It's important not to get too locked into one way of thinking, some kind of routine or format. That's what happened to me with the first album, "Experience". I got locked into certain sound within that rave scene, specific types of songs, and as a result it is quite a one dimensional record. I don't want to do that again.
6I go in and out of the studio in sporadic periods, I don't go in there for hours on end. I'm looking for that initial vibe, be it from a beat, a sound, a loop, whatever. Nothing is planned, nothing is deliberate.
7As far as the rock 'n' roll format in dance music goes, I don't think it's been done before with such full-on attitude. The idea behind that was because no-one else hade done it. Everything was right at the time for us to do that.
8America is exciting to us because they haven't got all the baggage that the UK has. My main concern is the preoccupation with scenes, and the interest in the 'electronic music scene' - what the hell's that? We'll go over there and rock it on our own, we don't need to rely on a scene to survive. We have far more flexibility than other electronic bands as well - some dance bands are too purist and won't go on rock bills, but as far as we're concerned that's too myopic and limiting. We've got no doubts that when things kick off, we can deliver the performance and the music and the goods, that's our side of the bargain.
9I was 15. I basically just did it for myself in my bedroom and I spent like a year just learning the techniques, going to mixing competitions watching people, listening to stuff and just picking it up. And then I think I entered a couple of mixing competitions. I entered a mixing competition on a London radio station and entered a mix under one name and two weeks later I thought no, it has these bad points, I'm gonna do another one. So I entered another mix under another name and I came first and third with both those mixes. It just took off from there. But I never thought Yeah, I want to be in this big band!
10I'm fascinated with aggressive music on a street level. We draw from all corners of rock 'n' roll history, hip hop, dance, punk, whatever, and spit it out as the Prodigy sound. The live element allows us to take it one step further, to really connect with the crowd and bring out a darker side to the band. It will always remain important to me to create something raw and unpolished.
1Officialy finished with the fourth studio album 'Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned' [May 2004]
2Starting Monday, March 20th The Prodigy kick off their 5 city tour in the North America and Canada. Cities include, in chronological tour date order; Chicago, Toronto (Canada), New York City, Washington, D.C., and Miami. [March 2006]
3Currently in the studio completing a fourth album. [January 2004]
4Preparing for a big international tour in 2006 as well as recording a 5th studio album. [December 2005]
5Stepfather of Rachel Appleton.
6Lives in Dunmow, Essex, United Kingdom.
7Has a son, Ace, with Natalie Appleton born in 2004.
8Brother-in-law of Nicole Appleton, Liam Gallagher and Noel Gallagher.
9His beats are not simply beats, but akin to "a brick exploding in your face", if you will. Multi-layered, thick, and exploding in powerful energy.
10He is very aware of his audience when creating the music, constantly trying to craft his songs for the highest effect for his listeners, whether it be making them feel happy, sad, or wanting to get up and scream from the building energy.
11He has been known to use soundclips from various films, TV shows, other songs, etc. to further the entertainment-value and intensity of his songs.
12His favorite albums of the 90s are "Mezzanine" by Massive Attack for chilling out ("I just love the feel of it - I don't even think it's dark."), and "Nevermind" by Nirvana for rock.
13What success means to him: the success of an album for him is when he shuts the studio door. He doesn't care that much about album sales - actually he wants to sell albums, but he doesn't want his records to be bought by everyone, like Oasis do.
14He is an avid fan of horror films. Many of his tracks contain samples from films such as Poltergeist III (1988) (Crazy Man) and The Shining (1980) (The Heat The Energy). He has a strange collection of horror films in his house, a big sword that hangs from a ceiling, and even a 3' (90 cm.) green rat standing up in his sitting room!
15When he's snowboarding he likes to perfect on stunts.
16His favorite record label is Skint (the home of Fatboy Slim).
17He used to study graphic design at school, and his workplaces (before forming the Prodigy) included: a London magazine called Metropolitan and a T-shirt printing factory. Also, he used to work at a construction site, just to save enough money for his first turntable.
18He is a visual type that is, most of the tracks he writes are inspired by images and atmospheres, which he'd like the listener to experience.
19He is a Playstation fan, he admitted to playing Tomb Raider (that's why Fat of the Land was delayed by so long).
20He loves making mixes - at the age of 14, he mixed songs recorded from the radio using the pause button on his cassette player. ("Mixing tunes together was just what I always wanted to do." - Liam)
21His very first record was Ska's Greatest Hits, containing tracks from The Selector and The Specials.
22He has a cat named Charly...after the group's song "Charly."
23He loves Japanese culture , including bonsai trees and the philosophy behind them.
24Is in the band The Prodigy.


Fist Fight2017writer: "Shut 'Em Up"
Live Boxing2016TV Series writer - 1 episode
Lucifer2016TV Series writer - 1 episode
The 90s: Ten Years That Changed the World2015TV Movie documentary writer: "Smack My Bitch Up", "Diesel Power" - uncredited
The Prodigy: Wild Frontier2015Video short writer: "Wild Frontier"
Z-Listers2014writer: "Smack My Bitch Up"
Todd's Pop Song Reviews2014TV Series documentary writer - 1 episode
My Mad Fat Diary2014TV Series writer - 1 episode
Rugby League World Cup2013TV Series writer - 1 episode
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia2013TV Series writer - 1 episode
Rude Tube2013TV Series writer - 1 episode
KHL. Donbass-Avtomobilist2012TV Movie writer: "Omen" - uncredited
Knallerfrauen2012TV Series writer - 1 episode
Burning Man: Metropolis2012Documentary writer: "Firestarter"
L'amour dure trois ans2011writer: "Smack My Bitch Up"
Real Steel2011writer: "One Man Army"
20 to 12010-2011TV Series documentary writer - 4 episodes
Hall Pass2011writer: "Run With The Wolves"
ChuckTV Series 1 episode, 2011 writer - 1 episode, 2008
Human Target2011TV Series writer - 1 episode
T in the Park 20102010TV Series writer - 1 episode
Formula 1: BBC Sport2010TV Series writer - 2 episodes
Kick-Ass2010"Stand Up", "Omen"
Getaway2010TV Series writer - 1 episode
Dead Man Running2009writer: "Breath" - as Howlett
Occupation2009TV Series writer - 1 episode
The Unborn2009writer: "Spitfire"
MTV Two Takeover2008TV Series writer - 1 episode
The Real Hustle2006-2008TV Series documentary writer - 2 episodes
So You Think You Can Dance Australia2008TV Series writer - 1 episode
In the Hands of the Gods2007Documentary writer: "Breathe"
The Condemned2007writer: "Firestarter"
Smokin' Aces2006"First Warning" / courtesy: "First Warning"
Sinchronicity2006TV Series writer - 1 episode
The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift2006writer: "You'll Be under My Wheels"
The Sopranos2006TV Series writer - 1 episode
Coachella2006Video documentary writer: "Smack My Bitch Up"
House of Wax2005writer: "Spitfire"
Closer2004/Iwriter: "Smack My Bitch Up"
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation2004TV Series writer - 1 episode
Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle2003writer: "Firestarter", "Breathe"
Six Feet Under2003TV Series writer - 1 episode
Wasabi2001writer: "Voodoo People"
Scary Movie 22001writer: "Smack My Bitch Up"
Charlie's Angels2000writer: "Smack My Bitch Up"
Purely Belter2000writer: "FIRESTARTER"
Barend en Van Dorp2000TV Series writer - 1 episode
Top of the Pops 21999TV Series writer - 1 episode
Fast Food1999writer: "SMDU"
The Matrix1999writer: "Mindfields"
Permanent Midnight1998writer: "SMACK MY BITCH UP" - as L. Howlett
Modulations1998Documentary writer: "Breathe" - as L. Howlett
Brit Awards 19971997TV Special writer: "Firestarter", "Breathe"
A Life Less Ordinary1997writer: "FULL THROTTLE"
Event Horizon1997writer: "Funky Shit" main theme
Spawn1997producer: "One Man Army" / writer: "One Man Army" - as L. Howlett
Dobermann1997writer: "Voodoo People"
House of America1997writer: "Voodoo People"
Top of the Pops1996TV Series writer - 2 episodes
EastEnders1996TV Series writer - 2 episodes
This Life1996TV Series writer - 1 episode
Hackers1995writer: "Voodoo People", "One Love"


The Prodigy: Wild Frontier2015Video short


The Prodigy: Their Law - The Singles 1990-20052005Video

Music Department

Kick-Ass2010composer: additional music

Sound Department

The Prodigy: World's on Fire2011Documentary sound mixer - as L Howlett


Appleton on Appleton2003TV Movie documentary with thanks to


T in the Park 20152015TV SeriesHimself / Himself - Interviewee
Reading and Leeds Festival2009TV SeriesHimself
The Prodigy: Their Law - The Singles 1990-20052005VideoHimself
Appleton on Appleton2003TV Movie documentaryHimself
Q Awards 20012001TV SpecialHimself
MTV Europe Music Awards 19981998TV SpecialHimself
MTV Europe Music Awards 19971997TV SpecialHimself (as Prodigy)
Jam1997TV Series documentaryHimself

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