Monty Norman Family, Net Worth, Wife, Parents, Biography

Monty Norman Biography

Monty Norman Family, Net Worth, Wife, Parents, Biography. Monty Norman was an English singer and film composer best known for composing the “James Bond Theme”. He was the first husband of actress Diana Coupland. Norman collected around £485,000 in royalties between 1976 and 1999 for the use of the theme since Dr. No.

Monty Norman Biography

Real NameMonty Norman
Birth Date4 April 1928
Died94 years
Birth PlaceLondon, United Kingdom
Marital StatusDivorced
Last Update2022

Norman was working on an autobiography titled A Walking Stick Full of Bagels in 2004, as well as musical versions of the 1954 Kingsley Amis novel Lucky Jim and his 1970s musical Quick Quick Slow.

Monty Norman Family

Monty Norman Family and Early Life

Now we are discussing his Early Life Details. Monty Norman was born on April 4, 1928 in London. Norman was born Monty Noserovitch in Stepney in the East End of London, the only child of Jewish parents, Annie and Abraham Noserovitch , on the second night of Passover in 1928. When Norman’s father was young, he travelled from Latvia to England with his mother (Norman’s grandmother).

As a child during World War II, Norman was evacuated from London but later returned during the Blitz. As a young man he did national service in the RAF, where he became interested in pursuing a career in singing. His educational background is not very clear. He went to a local private school for her primary education. For his higher education, he went to some private university. His exact education is not very clear but he seems to be a graduate.

Monty Norman Parents and Family Background

Monty Norman Father NameAbraham Noserovitch
Monty Norman Mother Name Annie
Monty Norman Siblings NameNot Any
Monty Norman Spouse / Partner NameDiana Coupland
Monty Norman ChildrenOne Daughter

Monty Norman Wife, Children

Monty Norman was Married with his Beautiful wife  Diana Coupland. Monty and Diana Coupland  divorced after 20 years of marriage, having had one daughter.

Monty Norman Net Worth

Monty Norman has an estimated Net Worth of  $2 Million in 2022. He earns a good fortune from his hard work , which he devotes a lot of time to and where he presents oneself entirely.

NameMonty Norman 
Net Worth ( 2022 ) $2 Million 
Income Source English singer
Income / SalaryUnder Review 
Last Update2022

Monty Norman Salary, Income Source

Here we discuss about his Salary, Income and Career Earnings.He earns a handsome salary from his profession.Via his sources of income, he has been able to accumulate good fortune to living a very lavish and comfortable lifestyle.His Accurate Salary Details is not mention yet on officially we will update soon.

Professional Career

Norman was a singer for big bands like Cyril Stapleton’s, Stanley Black’s, Ted Heath’s, and Nat Temple in the 1950s and early 1960s. He also performed in variety shows alongside Benny Hill, Harry Secombe, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan, Harry Worth, Tommy Cooper, Jimmy James, Tony Hancock, Jimmy Edwards, and Max Miller, among others. One of his songs, “False Hearted Lover,” was a worldwide hit.

He transitioned from singing to composing in the late 1950s, writing songs for performers such as Cliff Richard, Tommy Steele, Count Basie, and Bob Hope, as well as lyrics for musicals and (later) films. In 1957 and 1958, he wrote lyrics for the musicals Make Me an Offer, Irma la Douce (based on a 1956 French musical written by Alexandre Breffort and Marguerite Monnot; the English version received a Tony Award nomination), and Expresso Bongo (which Time Out called the first rock and roll musical).

Wolf Mankowitz’s West End hit Expresso Bongo was later made into a 1960 film starring a young Cliff Richard). Songbook (aka The Moony Shapiro Songbook in New York), which was nominated for a Broadway Tony and won an Ivor Novello Award, and Poppy (1982), which was nominated for an Ivor Novello Award and won the SWET award (renamed “the Laurence Olivier Awards” in 1984) for “Best Musical.”

Music for the Hammer films The Two Faces of Dr. Jekyll (1960), The Day the Earth Caught Fire (1961), Call Me Bwana (1963), and Dickens of London (1963) were among his subsequent film credits (1976).