Glen Hansard is an Irish actor and musician with a net worth of five million. Born in Ballymun, in 1970, Ireland, Dublin, Glen Hansard formed the band The Frames in 1990. The class has released several albums between 1991 and 2010, including "Another Love Song", "Fitzcarraldo", "Dance the Devil", "Breadcrumb Trail", and "Burn the Maps". A year after forming the band, Hansard starred in the award winning video "The Commitments", earning international acclaim for the performance of his. He's since appeared in several other flicks, TV shows, and documentaries, including 2007's "Once", 2008's "Austin City Limits", 2011's "Ballymun Lullaby", "Parenthood", "The Simpsons", and 2013's "In the Deep Shade". Hansard released the 1st album of his without the original band members of his in 2006. "The Swell Season" features collaborations with several other artists, including Marja Tuhkanen and Marketa Irglova, whom he was previously linked to romantically. He later released his solo album, Repose" and "rhythm, throughout 2012, that climbed to number twenty one on the U.S. top 200 and topped the Irish Independent Albums chart. Hansard done in the funeral of Eunice Kennedy Shriver. He's been involved in several charity projects, including helping raise money for the Simon Community. He toured with Eddie Vedder and done at the Metropolitan Museum of the Art in New York City.
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