Tim Bergling was born on 8 September 1989 in Stockholm, Sweden, better known by his stage name Avicii is a Swedish musician, DJ, remixer, and record producer. In 2016 his age is 27 years. He is of white ethnicity and Swedish nationality and follows Christian religion. Avicii has an estimated net worth of $54 million. Now he is not in an affair with anyone but previously he has two girlfriends.
His first studio album, “True”, the album did well and its video was selected for the ‘MTV Video Music Awards’ for the year. Avicii continued to surprise his fans time and again. He was part of the Future Music Festival and toured Australia in 2013. As one of the most popular DJs of the late-2000s EDM boom, Grammy-nominated Swedish producer Avicii went on to top the charts in multiple countries and tour the world with his uplifting house anthems. Born Tim Bergling in Stockholm in 1989, he began making music at the age of 18, writing and remixing tracks in his bedroom and uploading them onto the Internet. Influenced by Daft Punk and Steve Angello, his melodic house sound gained a huge following, which led to support from both Tiësto, who invited him to perform a weekly residency at Privilege in Ibiza, and Pete Tong, who released the first single “Manman” through his Bedroom Bedlam label.
In addition to remixing tracks for Little Boots, Robyn, and Dizzee Rascal, Bergling issued a handful of his own singles, like “Bromance” and “My Feelings for You” in 2010. “Seek Bromance” — which added the vocals of Amanda Wilson atop his earlier track — became a modest hit across Europe. However, it wasn’t until his next single, 2011’s “Levels,” that his international popularity exploded. Featuring a sample of Etta James’ “Something’s Got a Hold on Me,” the track topped dance charts across the globe and reached platinum status in at least ten countries, launching Avicii into the mainstream.