English musician, singer and songwriter Nik Kershaw has an estimated net worth of $20 million. He gained fame as a teen idol in the 1980s. Born in Bristol, England in March 1958. In 1984 he topped the UK Singles Chart for 62 weeks, which beat all other solo artists. His very first album Human Racing was rolled out in the same year and was certified Platinum in the UK where it peaked at number 5. Kershaw’s second album The Riddle went on sale and was certified Platinum in the UK where it peaked at number 8. He has since launched the albums Radio Musicola in 1986, The Works in 1989, 15 Minutes in 1999, To Be Frank in 2001, You’ve Got to Laugh in 2006, No Frills in 2010, and Ei8ht in 2012. His most successful singles include “I Won’t Let the Sun Go Down on Me”, “Wouldn’t It Be Good”, “Dancing Girls”, “Human Racing”, “The Riddle”, “Wide Boy”, “Don Quixote”, “When a Heart Beats”, “One Step Ahead”, and “Elisabeth’s Eyes”. In 1985 Kershaw, who was labeled by Elton John as “the best songwriter of a generation”, performed at Live Aid and he has so far written songs for other artists including the #1 UK single “The One and Only” for Chesney Hawkins.