Alexander Shulgin

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Alexander Shulgin was born on 25 August, 1964 in Irkutsk, Russia. Discover Alexander Shulgin’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 56 years old?

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Age56 years old
Zodiac SignVirgo
Born25 August 1964
Birthday25 August
BirthplaceIrkutsk, Russia

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Alexander Shulgin Height, Weight & Measurements

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Who Is Alexander Shulgin’s Wife?

His wife is Valeriya (m. 1993–2002)

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WifeValeriya (m. 1993–2002)
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ChildrenAnna Shulgina, Arseny Shulgin

Alexander Shulgin Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Alexander Shulgin worth at the age of 56 years old? Alexander Shulgin’s income source is mostly from being a successful . He is from Russia. We have estimated Alexander Shulgin’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020$1 Million – $5 Million
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Successful Russian artists who have recorded Shulgin’s songs include Valeriya, Alexander Buinov, The Band FM, Yulia Mikhalchik, Drugie Pravila and Tatyana Ovsienko. Shulgin’s songs have topped the Russian and Eastern European charts such as Bratislava Lyre ’93.

Tryptych. Shulgin’s Songbook. Part I was recorded with instrumentalists Simon Rushby, Steve King, Jon Howell, with lead guitars by Paul Drew. The album was recorded in spring 2008 in Great Britain, at DWB Music record studio. The record was produced by English producers Paul Drew, Greig Watts and Pete Barringer.

Tryptych. Shulgin’s Songbook. Part II is a piano album played by Gary Husband, played in a “minimal” style. One of the album tracks – an instrumental duet – was recorded together with Martin Taylor. The record was recorded in the end of summer 2007 in one of the London studios, produced by Richard Niles.

Тruptych. Shulgin’s Songbook. Part III was made in a “smooth jazz” style, recorded together with jazz musicians Billy Cobham, John Patitucci, Bob James, Bob Mintzer and others. The material was recorded during spring and summer of 2007 at New-York and London studios. Richard Niles was a producer of the album.


In May 2012, Shulgin launched a start-up project Forum & Festival – an event consisting of Forum with a focus on content, new technologies, new media and distribution, and Festival of modern Asian culture.


Since 2010, Shulgin has been a columnist of


In 2006, Shulgin began writing a column in a new business online newspaper “Vzglyad” focusing on New Media in Russia.


Shulgin helped “FM GROUP” to record their debut album, MADE IN RUSSIA and recorded an album of Alexander Byinov. Afterwards Shulgin recorded a solo album for “FM GROUP” lead-singer Alevtina Egorova, and also worked with Tatiana Ovsienko, Nastya Shirokova. In spring of 2005, Shulgin got the suggestion to write music for the new music serial with the tentative title “Primadonna”, the serial made for showing on the Russian TV Channel. For this “Primadonna” serial Alexander wrote 20 original songs, and at the very least three leading themes from the film and all the songs of a composer got into the final variant of “Primadonna”. Shulgin also wrote all the music filling-out for the new socio-political TV Channel “SPAS” (The Festival of the Saviour).


Shulgin then created “Merry Christmas to the World”, an East-West collaboration between Shulgin and BBC Worldwide. With music by Shulgin and lyrics and production by Richard Niles, it expressed the ethos of glasnost. London studio musicians performed with members of the Moscow Symphony and the Soviet Folk Orchestra. Sung by Valeria, the video was directed by Ken Russell who used it in his film “Alice in Russialand” (1998). Shot in Red Square, the clip featured psychic Uri Geller. During a special communication, astronauts from the “Star Township” introduced Valeria while in orbit around the Earth. The clip became the grand finale of the New Year program on the first national TV channel of the Soviet Union.


Shulgin wrote compositions for the albums “Anna”, released in 1995, “Famillia, and “The eyes of the sky colour”.


Alexander Shulgin has written many hits in Russia. His awards for “Song of The Year” include Aeroplane (1994), Something Common (1995), You Are Somewhere Round There (1999), Snowstorm (2000) and Don’t Hurt Me(2001). Shulgin’s adaptation of the 18th century Russian song Flowers won many prizes including “Montreux 1992,” “Anigraf 1992,” Generation 1992.


Shulgin’s career began at the age of 19 in Russian rock band Kruiz. The band is regarded as legendary for being the first rock band from the USSR to tour abroad (1983–1986). The popularity of The Kruiz was remarkable as they were known as anti-Soviet, and there was no mention of the band in mass media. With the advent of reorganization of the USSR, in 1985, The Kruiz sold 20 million copies of their first album and in 1987 the album was released by WEA (Germany).


Alexander Valeryevich Shulgin (Russian: Aлeксандр Валepьeвич Шульгин ; born August 25, 1964) is a Russian author and composer. He was born in Irkutsk, Russia, and currently lives in Moscow.