Nick Mason


Nick Mason was born in Birmingham, England, United Kingdom on January 27th, 1944 and is the Drummer. At the age of 80, Nick Mason biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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January 27, 1944
United Kingdom
Place of Birth
Birmingham, England, United Kingdom
80 years old
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$180 Million
Autobiographer, Composer, Drummer, Guitarist, Racing Automobile Driver, Record Producer, Songwriter
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Nick Mason Life

Nicholas Berkeley Mason, (born 27 January 1944), is an English drummer best known as a founding member of the progressive rock band Pink Floyd. Mason is the only Pink Floyd member to have been featured on all of their studio albums and the band's only remaining member since its inception in 1965.

According to reports, the company has sold over 250 million records globally as of 2010.

"Echoes," "Time," "Careful With That Axe Eugene," and "One of These Days" were among Pink Floyd songs written by Mason.

He formed Nick Mason's Saucerful of Secrets in 2018 to perform Pink Floyd's early years's hits.

Early life

Mason was born in Birmingham on January 27, 1944 to Ailsa Sarah (née Kershaw), and Bill Mason, a documentary filmmaker; Nick's paternal grandfather was Rowland Hill Berkeley, who was Lord Mayor of Birmingham from 1904 to 1905.

Mason was born in Hampstead, London, and attended the Hall School, Hampstead, and Frensham Heights School, near Farnham, Surrey. When researching architecture at the Regent Street Polytechnic (now the University of Westminster), he formed Sigma 6, the early incarnation of Pink Floyd, with Roger Waters, Bob Klose, and Richard Wright in 1964. Waters and Mason acquired a flat near Crouch End in London, rented by Mike Leonard, a part-time tutor at nearby Hornsey College of Art and the Regent Street Polytechnic. Mason left after the 1964 academic year.

Personal life

Mason's first marriage (1969) was to Lindy Rutter, with whom he had two children, Chloe and Holly. Lindy, a woodwind player, performed flute on Ummagumma's "The Grand Vizier's Garden Party." Mason married Annette Lynton (Nettie), an actress also known for her adjudication work on the second series of Treasure Hunt in 1984. They have two sons, Cary and Guy, and they live in Hampstead, London. They have owned Middlewick House, Andrew and Camilla Parker Bowles' Grade II listed former home, just outside the Wiltshire town of Corsham.

According to the Sunday Times Rich List 2015–2016, his net worth stood at £75 million. He is a licensed pilot and pilot and pilots and pilots an Aerospatiale AS 350 Squirrel helicopter in specially painted colours.

Mason is a member of Football Ventures, a group that purchased Bolton Wanderers Football Club out of bankruptcy in August 2019. Arsenal F.C.'s supporter is Roger Sanchez, who is a fan of the Arsenal F.C.

In a December 2021 episode of Portrait Artist of the Year, semi-finalists painted Mason's portrait.

Mason has appeared in concert with Roger Waters to raise funds for the Countryside Alliance, a group that protested the removal of fox hunting from the Hunting Act 2004. Both performed at Highclere Castle in Hampshire in 2007 in aid of the company.

He is both a board member and co-chairman of the Featured Artists' Union. Mason has voiced support for musicians' rights and offered tips to younger musicians in a rapidly evolving music market as a spokesperson for the corporation.

Mason has joined Roger Waters in supporting the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions campaign against Israel over the Israeli–Palestinian war, and has advised the Rolling Stones not to play in Israel in 2014.

Mason is an atheist.


'They were madly in love - she brought him back from his grief': How billionaire Tetra Pak heir and philanthropist Hans Rausing found hope with his second wife Julia who has died from cancer ten years after the tragedy of losing his first wife Eva to drug, April 19, 2024
The couple found love and happiness together in their fifties when, despite upbringings of privilege, they had both suffered great personal tragedy in their lives . Their wedding in 2014 was an opportunity for their two families to put behind them a seemingly endless list of catastrophes - including murder, suicide, drugs and a fatal accident - that had plagued them for decades. Friends of Mr Rausing credited Julia (together left) with bringing him happiness after his first wife Eva's (right) life was destroyed by her addiction to crack cocaine. Hans had concealed her body for two months because he could not 'confront the reality' of her death and 'could not cope' without her. His second wife helped him fight his own addiction and encouraged him to be extraordinarily generous with their charitable trust. But tragedy has hit again just ten years on as his beloved Julia died from cancer yesterday, aged 63. In the years since they wed, she had dedicated herself to a life of philanthropy along with her husband, whose friends have said that his main satisfaction in life has always been giving money to good causes. One friend told The Independent : 'They were palpably in love and affectionate towards each other and were a very touching couple who focused most of their time on how to give away money to those in need. They were also discreetly social while she also for many years had to battle cancer. Without a doubt, she was responsible for bringing Hans back from appalling grief and helping him find joy in life again.'

'I'm available for anything!' Nick Mason, a Pink Floyd drummer, mentions a reunion, April 7, 2023
Nick Mason, a Pink Floyd drummer, has speculated about the band's reunion, 58 years since they first formed. Despite differences with his ex bandmates, the group's founder, 79-year-old Nick, has confirmed he's up for the challenge. 'You never know what will be thrown up,' he told The Sun.' I'm trying to say, 'I'm open for anything.'

Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason backs Roger Waters' decision to re-record their seminal album amid row, March 27, 2023
Nick Mason, a member of Pink Floyd, has backed his former bandmate Roger Waters' decision to re-record their seminal album 'The Dark Side of the Moon' without the other band members. Earlier this year, bassist-and-singer Roger, 79, revealed that he was creating his own new version of the legendary 1973 LP, which has been lauded as one of the best all-time records. He has done it without the help of Pink Floyd, who maintained that the album was his project all along and wrote it down, causing experts to believe that re-release would still mean he must reveal the royalties or face a High Court lawsuit, which is familiar territory for the warring group.
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