Cal Casablancas is one of those kids who gains the spotlight because of being connected to famous personalities. Cal is known around the world as the son of the famous singer & songwriter, Julian Casablancas.
Cal Casablancas’s Family
Cal Casablancas was born in January 2010 to Julian & Juliet Joslin. Cal has a sibling brother named Zephyr, born on March 27, 2015. Cal’s father, Julian Fernando Casablancas was born on August 23, 1978, in New York City. He is the son of American-Spanish businessman John Casablancas, the founder of Elite Model Management, and Jeanette Christiansen (née Christjansen), a Danish model and the 1965 Miss Denmark who later became an artist. His parents divorced when he was only 8. He never finished high school but got a GED and continued to take music classes at Five Towns College.
Julian’s mother later married Ghanaian painter Sam Adoquei, who helped shape his early musical taste by exposing him to music such as The Doors, which was markedly different from the mostly Phil Collins-influenced music he listened to as a child. Julian has several half-siblings, including an elder sister from his father’s first marriage, and three other siblings from his father’s third marriage. On 5th Feb 2005, Julian married Juliet Joslin, who was the assistant manager of The Strokes at the time. The couple had 2 children before getting divorced in 2019.
Cal Casablancas’s Net Worth
Cal Casablancas is a celebrity kid born with a silver spoon who is enjoying his luxurious childhood with his brother, Zephyr. He has been enjoying the limelight since his birth because of his rich & well- known family. His paternal grandfather, John co-founded the Elite Model Management agency in Paris. His grandmother, Jeanette Christiansen was Miss Denmark in 1965. Cal’s father, Julian Casablancas, is an American singer, musician, and songwriter. The family has a combined net worth of $30 million.
Julian is best known as the lead vocalist and primary songwriter of the rock band The Strokes, with whom he has released six studio albums since their founding in 1998. Their debut album “Is This It” (2001) was both a critical and commercial success, and placed the band on the rock map alongside bands like the White Stripes and the Yeah Yeahs. He released a solo album, Phrazes for the Young, in 2009. That same year, he founded the independent record label Cult Records, which has represented artists such as The Growlers, Rey Pila, and Karen O.
Since 2013, Julian has been the frontman of the experimental rock band The Voidz. The band has released two albums, Tyranny and Virtue. Julian has served as inspiration for several other musicians including Alex Turner of the Arctic Monkeys and the painter Elizabeth Peyton. Courtney Love’s song “But Julian, I’m a Little Bit Older Than You” from her debut solo album America’s Sweetheart (2004) was written about Julian.