American singer-songwriter Matt Berninger has an estimated net worth of $3 million. Born in Cincinnati, Ohio in February 1971. He is widely recognized for his classic baritone voice and as the lead singer of the indie rock band The National. Berninger got involved in music since his high school time when he played trumpet in the school’s band before going on to attend the University of Cincinnati. His current band The National was established in 1999 and released their self-titled first album two years later. They then rolled out the albums Sad Songs for Dirty Lovers in 2003 and Alligator in 2005 prior to their success with the album Boxer in 2007 and their hit album with the 2010 High Violet which peaked at the Top 5 in the New Zealand, US, Belgium, Denmark, Ireland, Sweden, Canada, and the UK. The National’s 2013 album Trouble Will Find Me was also a hit album and was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Alternative Album. Berninger has been married to ex-The New Yorker editor Carin Besser who serves as a songwriter and provides background vocals for The National.