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Paul Prenter (Freddie Mercury Paul Prenter) Death, Height, Net worth, Biography

Paul Prenter Bohemian Rhapsody

What is Paul Prenter Net Worth? 

Net WorthUS$2.5 million (Approx)
Full NamePaul Prenter 
ProfessionRadio DJ
Date of Birth1946
DeathAugust 1991
Last Update2022

Paul Prenter was born in 1946  and Died in August 1991. He was a British Former manager of Freddie Mercury from London, England, from 1977 to 1986. He was also a lover of Mercury. Mercury was a British singer-songwriter and record producer. The legend was famous for his rock band Queen. Freddie was the main singer of the band.

Paul Prenter Bohemian Rhapsody

Paul used to help him and his work during his concerts. He worked with Freddy from 1977 to 1986. His personality also had the biggest impact. The singer and his manager shared a relationship with each other for a while.

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All films require a villain, and in which biopics are included. Paul’s Printer has been presented as a bad man in Bohemian Rhapsody, but after working for nearly a decade as a manager of Freddie Mercury, it is difficult to believe that all those years were as controversial as the film show. The printer is now gone, but her legacy lives in a new movie. It can not be just the legacy he wanted.

Freddie Mercury: A Life, In His Own Words” is the nearest thing to Freddie’s autobiography as it is possible to achieve. A moving, witty, often irreverent collection of quotes (or interview transcript) from the man himself, covering an extraordinary life, meticulously edited together by Queen’s long time archivists, with a Foreword by Freddie’s mum. An essential read not just for fans of Queen and their iconic frontman, but anyone intrigued to know more about one of music’s

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