The pioneer of psychedelic rock music, Ted Nugent, is an English singer, guitarist and activist.
He was born on December 13, 1948, in Redford, Michigan as the third child of Marion Dorothy and Warren Nugent.
This self-taught musician started playing the guitar at an early age of six.
Ted was the lead guitarist of the iconic hard rock band, The Amboy Dukes, between the period of 1964 and 1975.
After leaving The Amboy Dukes, Ted signed with Epic Records to pursue his solo music career releasing three albums, Ted Nugent, Free-for-All and Cat Scratch Fever.
He then teamed up with Damn Yankees producing a multi-platinum hit album, Damn Yankees, in 1990.
In 1995, he returned to his solo career releasing his eleventh studio album, Spirit of the Wild.
Diversifying his career to media, Ted created and starred in the PBS television show, Ted Nugent: Spirit of the Wild, in 2001.
He also hosted the reality television program, Surviving Nugent, for VH1 network in 2003.
Ted also portrayed the role of a silent deputy named Skunkin in the 2008 action film, Beer for My Horses.
With his career in music and acting, Ted had accumulated a net worth of $20 million as of 2018.