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Cliff Williams Net Worth: Cliff Williams is a British musician with a net worth of $100 million. Born Clifford Williams on December 14, 1949, in Romford, Essex, England, he has been extensively referred to as a bassist and backing vocalist of the Australian hard rock band AC/DC. Having moved to Hoylake, near Liverpool along with his family in 1961, Williams was under a strong influence from the local Merseybeat movement that made him wish of being a rock musician. Teaming up with vocalist Mick Stubbs, guitarist Laurie Wisefield, keyboard player Clive John and drummer Mick Cook, teenaged Cliff discovered himself playing bass guitar for a band called Dwelling. Dwelling would finally ink a deal with CBS Records and release three comparatively weak albums: 1971’s Pause for a Hoarse Horse, 1972’s Dwelling and 1973’s The Alchemist. By 1974 the group disbanded and Williams briefly joined the American band Stars before forming Bandit. The short lived band, whose eponymous debut record emerged through Arista in 1976, was only another dead end for Cliff’s career. However in summer time of 1977, Williams turned out to be the proper guy to fill in Mark Evans’ shoes, after he was dismissed from the rising Australian hard rock band AC/DC. First, Williams would get the opportunity to tour together with the group in support of their already recorded Let There Be Rock record, making his record debut shortly after on 1978’s Powerage. Williams has continued in AC/DC ever since, touring and recording such classic, multi-platinum-selling albums as Highway to Hell (1979), Back in Black (1980), For Those About to Rock (1981) and The Razor’s Edge (1990), among others. Alongside his other AC DC band mates, Cliff Williams was inducted into the American Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2003. This famous rock musician whose playing style is noticed for basic bass lines which follow the rhythm guitar, would be also working in numerous side projects and benefit concerts, like playing with Emir & Frozen Camels on their record San (2002) and a European tour.