Jeff Fenholt’s full name is Jeffrey Craig Jeff Fenholt and was born in the year 1951. He is American signer and he is well known because of his performance when he was the title character of Broadway theater original adaptation of the production Jesus Christ Superstar. For his appearance on the cover of the Time magazines and afterwards, he got the notoriety of being a singer and a Christian evangelist. He is also controversial about the involvement into the heavy metal band called black sabbath.

Jeff Fenholt grew up in the city of Ohio and schooled in the city of Columbus. He was in many rock bands and he performed in different school functions. His Goin’ Too Far was the first song that hit Top 40, he was in the band Fifth Order and he was at the age of 14 years old. While in high school, he was most of the time on the tour and he agreed that he was a troubled youth and was a juvenile delinquent. Afterwards when he was in the college, he worded with Jeffrey Mining Machinery Co. where he was a material mover in assembly department and a motor winding. He was also loading or unloading the beef in a non union truck dock called EC Jones Trucking. He went to the Ohio State University and attended for two years while on the music scholarship and he got his BA of music with The School of Bible Theology University of San Jacinto in California.

Jeff Fenholt was the cast for Original Broadway production for Jesus Christ Superstar with Mark Hellinger Theater. The production sold over 12 million albums. The future JCS legends Yvonne Elliman and Carl Anderson featured with him and their toured together one being Judas and another one Mary Magdalene.

Jeff Fenholt released many recordings alone and one was the cover of Simple Man of Graham Nash. He is a co-founder of Entertainment Capital Corporation together with Jeff Thornburg who is the former president for the Robert Stigwood Org and he was producing Andy Warhol’s Film called Bad. Fenhold and Thornburg decided to part ways amicabily since Thornburg agreed to get a position to be a head for venture capture at Paramount Pictures.

Jeff Fenholt recorded Disco LP known as Smile for the CBS and he got 300,000 dollars for it. He also recorded for RCA, Decca, Polydor, Polygram, Paramount, Universal and Capitol Records. Others are Cameo Parkway, Diamond and Laurie,

His autobiography called From Darkness To Light, it makes the substantial allegation about the abuse or the mistreatment when he was a youth and includes the claims that he was always being beaten. His father sued him for the claims but the law suit was dropped when he produced the document that confirming what he said is true. He is married to Kim and they life in California. His net worth is 3 million dollars.

Last Modified: Apr 7, 2020

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