Stephen Cummings Net Worth
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$59’000’000. *This information was provided by Xerxes, 38 years old. From Colfax, Indiana
$97’000’000. *This information was provided by Mirilla, 59 years old. Job: (Flux Mixer). From Wichita, Kansas
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How Tall is Stephen Cummings?
How Much Weight Does Stephen Cummings?
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1,63m.**This information was provided by Michele Reed, 51 years old. From Carthage, New York.
1,62m.***This information was provided by Rae, 59 years old. From Leesburg, Georgia.
How big is Stephen Cummings weight?
89kg.**This information was provided by Rozelle Cagos, 59 years old. Job: (Draw-Bench Operator). From Blanks, Louisiana.
82kg.***This information was provided by Zaneta Hutchings, 40 years old. Job: (Airport-Maintenance Chief). From Childersburg, Alabama.
Stephen Cummings information
Birth date and age[BOD]: 1954-09-13
The place of birth (POB): Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Profession: Soundtrack, Actor, Composer
Stephen Donald Cummings (born 13 September 1954, Melbourne, Australia) is an Australian rock singer-songwriter and writer. He was lead singer of Melbourne-based rock band, The Sports, from 1976 to 1981, followed by a solo career which has met with critical acclaim but has had limited commercial success. He has written two novels, Wonderboy (1996) and Stay Away from Lightning Girl (1999), and a memoir, Will it Be Funny Tomorrow, Billy? (2009).