Benji Madden
Benji Madden
Birth name: Benjamin Levi Comb
Sex: Male
Birthday: 11 March, 1979
Birth place: Waldorf, Maryland, U.S.
Occupation: Musician
Years active: 1995–present
Labels: EMI
Associated acts: Brothers, Taintstick, Dead Executives, Rad Omen MGK (rapper)

Benji Madden(born March 11, 1979) is an American guitarist and backup vocalist for the band Good Charlotte, which he co-founded with his identical twin brother, Joel Madden. Benji makes up the Team Madden judge alongside his brother Joel on The Voice Kids.

Life and CareerEdit

Benjamin "Benji" Madden was born as Benjamin Levi Combs on March 11, 1979 in the town of Waldorf, Maryland, the son of Robin Madden and Roger Combs. In the 2001 film Not Another Teen Movie, Benji, Joel, and the other Good Charlotte members made a cameo as the band at the school's prom.

Madden made another appearance in the 2006 film Material Girls with his brother Joel. Madden started a clothing line called MADE Clothing along with his brothers Joel and Josh. "MADE" stands for the will to fight and die for those who you love. The line is now defunct. In early 2006, MADE Clothing became DCMA Collective. The line is owned by himself, his brothers Joel and Josh, and friend Tal Cooperman. A DCMA Collective store was opened in Los Angeles, California, on March 15, 2008.

hile still playing in Good Charlotte, Madden and Joel take part in a side project group called the Dead Executives. Madden was a co-writer and co-producer of some of the songs on Hilary Duff's Most Wanted (2005) compilation album.

The VoiceEdit

The Voice KidsEdit

In 2013, it was announced he would co-coach Team Madden on The Voice Kids Australia.

The Voice AustraliaEdit

For the forth season of The Voice Australia, it was announce that he would co-host Team Madden just like he did on the Voice Kids.

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