Ryan Staley net worth Wiki, Height, Biography, Wife, Children And Early Life

Ryan Staley net worth

Layne Staley net worth: Layne Staley was an American musician who passed away in 2002 with a net worth of $5 million. Layne Staley was born on August 22, 1967 in Kirkland, Washington, and died on April 5, 2002 in Seattle, Washington. He is best known as the lead singer and co-songwriter of the rock band Alice in Chains, which he co-founded in 1987 with guitarist Jerry Cantrell.

Ironically, both Staley and musician Kurt Cobain died in Seattle on April 5 (different years). Both musicians were also known for their drug addiction. In an MTV interview, which was not made public until nearly a year after Staley’s death, Staley said he knew he was “on the verge of death.” The interview took place less than three months before the musician overdose. Interviews revealed that Staley’s father left the family when Staley was 8 years old, and Staley somehow believed that if he became a (famous) rock star, his father would come back. His father did surface when he saw Staley’s picture in a magazine. Staley was cautiously optimistic and began a relationship with his father, who had only been sober for six years at the time. The relationship took a turn for the worse when his father started using drugs again – they used drugs together, and his father eventually became dependent on Staley for his drugs, a situation that led to Staley’s downward spiral. Sadly, his father eventually quit the addiction, and Staley continued to fight it—until he lost the battle on April 5, 2002, when Layne Staley died of a drug overdose.

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