Knox Weekes

Knox Weekes net worth

Knox Weekes‘s source of wealth comes from being a family member. How much money is Knox Weekes worth at the age of 11 and what’s his real net worth now?

As of 2022, Knox Weekes’s net worth is $100,000 - $1M.


Knox Weekes (born June 23, 2010) is famous for being family member. He currently resides in California, United States. The son of Panic! at the Disco bassist Dallon Weekes and his wife Breezy Douglas.

Source of Money
Family Member
Real Name
Knox Weekes
Place of Birth
California, United States
Date of Birth
June 23, 2010 (age 11)
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Knox Weekes is a Cancer and was born in The Year of the Tiger


Knox Weekes was born in California, United States on Wednesday, June 23, 2010 (Generation Alpha). He is 11 years old and is a Cancer. He was named after Knox Overstreet, a character from the 1989 Robin Williams film Dead Poets Society.

After dating for just over a year, his parents were married in March of 2006. The education details are not available at this time. Please check back soon for updates. Knox Weekes is a member of Richest Celebrities and Family Members.

Knox is turning 12 years old in

His father is a touring member of Panic! at the Disco alongside frontman Brendon Urie. Knox is a Cancer. Cancer is a cardinal water sign. Represented by the crab, this oceanic crustacean seamlessly weaves between the sea and shore, representing Cancer’s ability to exist in both emotional and material realms. Cancers are highly intuitive, and their psychic abilities manifest in tangible spaces. Cancer is ruled by the moon, the celestial body that represents comfort, self-care, and maternal energies. Cancers attract friends and lovers through their loyalty, commitment, and emotional depth.

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