Dallon Weekes Measurements, Bio, Age, Weight, and Height

Dallon Weekes is a prominent American singer, songwriter, musician, and record producer who has released many studio albums, singles, and mixtapes. He is best known as a member of the famous band named Panic! At The Disco, which was started in 2009 and left the band in 2017. Dallon is the backing soloist, keyboardist, songwriter and bass player. He is considered the lead power for the pop genre and also the band’s last solo musical song named The Brobecks. Dallon also performed as frontman and the duo band in the I Don’t Know How They Found Me.  

The Early Years of Dallon Weekes

Dallon Weekes was born in Verona, Missouri, United States of America, on May 4, 1981, and he is 41 years old as of 2023. His father and mother’s names and occupations are unknown because he did not reveal anything about them to the media and others. Dallon is the second of four children in his family, but the name and other details about his siblings are unknown. He has had a strong interest in music since childhood, and his parents also understand his talent and joined in the music classes where he also learned to play musical instruments like Keyboard, guitar, and others. He spent his early life in Verona; shortly after his birth, his family moved to Clearfield, Utah, where he was raised along with his siblings. Dallon did not share much more information regarding his early life and family members with the media. 

The Educational Qualifications of Dallon Weekes

Dallon Weekes studied at Clearfield High School; while studying in school, he performed with school members in stage shows. He studied well and graduated from there with an honour in 1999. After graduating from high school, he worked full-time at Mormon Missionary, Oklahoma, and served for two years. After that, he decided to continue his higher education, so he joined Weber State University and studied for his bachelor’s degree, but shortly he dropped out from there because of his interest in music and decided to start his career as a full-time musician.    

Personal details of Dallon Weekes

Real Name: Dallon James Weekes

Profession: Record producer, Songwriter, Singer, and Musician

Celebrity name: Dallon Weekes 

Place of Birth: Verona, Missouri, the United States of America

Birthday: May 4, 1981

Horoscope: Taurus 

Ethnicity: White

Nationality: American

Religion: Mormonism

Sexuality: Straight

Colour of Eyes: Blue

Colour of Hair: Black 

Net Worth: $ 4 million

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Body measurements of Dallon Weekes 

Physique: Slim

Height in cm: 191 cm

Height in Feet: 6 ft. 3 in.

Weight in Kg: 82 kg

Weight in Pound: 181 lbs

Body Measurements: NA

Chest Size: NA

Waist Size: NA

Biceps Size: NA

Shoe Size (In U.S.): 7.5

Dress Size (In the U.S.): 4

Family details of Dallon Weekes 

Mother’s Name: NA

Father’s Name: NA

Number of Siblings: One older and two younger siblings 

Relationship Status: Married

Children: Amelie Olivia Weekes and Knox Oliver Weekes

Spouse Name: Breezy Douglas

The Relationship and personal details of Dallon Weekes 

Dallon Weekes was in a relationship with Breezy Douglas, an actress, model, and manager. They were first introduced because of their mutual friend, and then they started dating. After many years of dating, they both engaged in 2006, and in the same year, on March 18, 2006, they both got married in the ceremony along with both families and friends. On June 1m 2008, they both welcomed their first child, a daughter was born, and her name was Amelie Olivia Weekes; she was named after the French film Amelie.

On June 23, 2010, Dallon and Breezy welcomed their second child, and their first son was born; his name is Knox Oliver Weekes; they named him after the Knox Overstreet character in the film Dead Poets Society in 1989. Dallon is a member of the Church of Jesus Christ Latter Day Saints and was brought up in a religious belief family. Dallon suffered from ADHD, and it is a neurodivergent. Dallon lives in New York City with his wife and children. 

The Net Worth of Dallon Weekes

Dallon Weekes has a net worth of $ 4 million currently, and he has earned a major part of her net worth being a singer, songwriter, and musician. 

Awards and achievements of Dallon Weekes

Dallon was nominated Best Bassist in the Alternative Press Music Awards in 2015. Dallon has yet to win any awards and honours so far, but he has gained more fans and will win the awards and honours in the upcoming years. 

Dallon Weekes on social media

Dallon Weekes is active on social media platforms, On Instagram, he has more than 568 K followers, and he will use to post more pictures, videos, stories, and reels in it. He has more than 90 K followers on Facebook, and he will not use it often. On Twitter, Dallon has more than 459 K followers and tweets regularly. Dallon has a YouTube channel which has more than 70 K subscribers, and he will use to post more of his music video and also he will post more vlogs in it. 

The Professional life of Dallon Weekes

Dallon Weekes and his friends started the band named The Brobecks after he dropped out of college. First, the band recorded the basement demos, and after that, they went on tours and performed in concerts. Then after some years, they recorded some solo projects, Indie Label, and some Sony BMG. In 2008, the band released their first studio album named I Will, Tonight Ep, and the first single in the album was named the Second Boys Will Be First Choice. 

The single reached the top place within two days and no.1 in daily top songs. In 2009, the band released its second album, Violent Things. Then Dallon got a chance to join the band named Panic! At the Disco as a bassist and backup vocalist in 2009. Then he became a full-time band member in 2010 and went on a tour with the other band members in China. Dallon also worked in many solo projects like Skid Row’ in September 2010, Sickly Sweet Holidays in 2014, Please Don’t Jump in 2016, and many others.  

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