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How much was “The Fantasticks” creator and famed lyricist Tom Jones’ net worth at the time of his death?

Jones – not to be confused with the “Delilah” hitmaker Tom Jones – died on Friday, August 11, at his Sharon, Conn., aged 95. Billboard confirmed that the musician died of cancer.

Tom Jones’ Net Worth 2023

Although Jones had decades old of career, his net worth at the time of his death is unknown as of press time.

Jones started his career in the theater industry in New York, working alongside John Ronald Robb, but his big break came when “The Fantasticks” was created.

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The lyricist from Littlefield, Tex., famously worked on the long-running musical show which was active from 1960 to 2002 and revived off-Broadway from 2006 to 2017. Fans can assume that the franchise earned multimillions throughout its run, especially since it received adaptations over the past years.

“My mind doesn’t grasp it, in a way,” he said of the musical before his death. “It’s like life itself – you get used to it and you don’t notice how extraordinary it is. I’m grateful for it and I’m astonished by it.”

“The Fantasticks” Legacy

The musical, based on Edmond Rostand’s play, is a “mock version” of “Romeo and Juliet that explores the lives of a young girl and boy who were secretly brought together by their fathers.

In a 2013 interview with The Associated Press, he revealed that they just did their things and passed on until their efforts extended the life of “The Fantasticks.”

The production was not smooth sailing, though, as it went through a lot of challenges, including its venue, the Sullivan Street Playhouse, being a victim of the 9/11 bombing. It soon moved into The Snapple Theater Center, later The Theater Center, in Times Square until it held its last show in 2017.

Jones also hit the spotlight when he made the song “Try to Remember,” a song about nostalgia from the musical. Several artists made covers of the song over the decades, including Placido Domingo, Barbra Streisand, Ed Ames, and Harry Belafonte, to name a few.

Aside from “The Fantasticks,” Jones also worked on the Broadway show, “110 in the Shade” with composer Harvey Schmidt. It led them to earn a Tony Award nomination for Best Composer and Lyricist.

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