Who is Dan Reynolds?
Daniel Coulter Reynolds shortly known as Dan Reynolds is an American singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist best known as the lead vocalist of rock band Imagine Dragons. With Imagine Dragons, Reynolds released their debut album “Night Visions” on September 4, 2012. It won the Billboard Music Award for Top Rock Album and was nominated for Juno Award for international album of the year. Their hit single “Radioactive” was a massive hit and reached at No. 3 on Billboard Hot 100. Their next single “Demons” reached No. 6 on the Billboard Hot 100 and sold more than 5 million copies in United States only. In 2015 they released their second album “Smoke + Mirrors” while their third album titled “Evolve” was released in June of 2017. The album consists of popular tracks like Believer, Thunder and Whatever It Takes.
Full Name: Daniel Coulter Reynolds
Nick Name: Dan Reynolds, Dan
Born Place: Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Date of Birth: July 14, 1987
Sun Sign: Cancer
Occupation: Singer, Songwriter and Record producer
Race/ Ethnicity: White
Father: Ronald Reynolds
Mother: Christene M Reynolds
Siblings: He has other eight siblings.
Dan Reynolds Height Weight and Body Details
Dan Reynolds Height: 6 ft 4 in or 193 cm
Weight: 80 kg or 176 pounds
Chest size: Not Available
Waist Size: Not Available
Biceps /Arms size: Not Available
Tattoos: He has tattoos all over his body
Hair Color: Brown
Eye Color: Green
Dan Reynolds Net Worth: Dan Reynolds Net Worth is estimated to be around $14 million.
Wife /Girlfriend: Dan is married to Aja Volkman. They have three daughters named Arrow Eve Reynolds and twin girls Gia James & Coco Rae Reynolds.
His previous relationships: None
He is the lead member of popular band Imagine Dragons. Other members are Daniel Wayne Sermon, Daniel Platzman and Ben McKee.
Dan was born as seventh of nine children to his parents.
Dan attended Brigham Young University where he studied communications, marketing and music.
He is multi-instrumentalist. He can play vocal, synthesizer, keyboards, guitar, piano, bass guitar, drums and percussions.