Ice T Net Worth
|Date of Birth||February 16, 1958|
|Age||64 years old|
|Height||5 ft 9 inch (1.8m)|
|Net Worth:||$60 million|
Ice T Introduction
Ice T is a New Jersey-born famous American singer, rapper, songwriter, actor, record producer, and author. In the 1980s, he started his profession as an unknown rapper until signing with Sire Recordings in 1987.
Ice T Early Life
Tracy Lauren Marrow was born in 1958, on the 16th, of February to Solomon and Alice. He was located in the city of Newark, New Jersey. He spent most of his childhood working as a conveyer belt technician at the Rapistan Conveyor Factory.
He ultimately relocated to Summit, New Jersey, a more affluent area. There, he witnessed prejudice for the very first time in the hands of his white friends toward other black youngsters. Because of his lighter complexion, he was presumably able to avoid comparable treatment.
Ice T lost both of his parents when he was twelve years old. He spent much of his time before joining the army peddling cannabis to make ends meet. In high school, he also became involved with gangs, but he never formally joined one.
Ice T Personal Life
Ice-T has a daughter named LeTesha with ex-girlfriend Adrienne and a son named Tracy Marrow Jr. with ex-girlfriend Darlene Ortiz. Ice-T wedded Coco (née Nicole Austin) in 2005, and the couple participated in the E! reality program Ice Loves Coco (2011-2013).
Ice-T and Coco revealed their first baby in 2015, a month before the premiere of their eponymous chat show. On November 28, 2015, the couple announced their daughter Chanel Nicole.
Ice T Age, Height, & Weight
Being born in 1958, on the 16th, of February “Ice T” age is 64 years old as of today date and his height is 5 feet 9 inches tall, (1.8 m) and his weight is 90 kilograms and (198 lbs) in pounds as of 2022.
Ice T Music Career
Marrow began going as Ice-T on stage as a homage to Iceberg Slim. He started out as a DJ at events, which drew greater attention to his rapping. He relapsed into a life of crime with his companions when he began robbing jewelry stores, but following a vehicle accident, he decided to abandon his criminal life and pursue a professionally rapping business. “Cold Wind Madness,” his debut single, became an underground sensation despite radio channels refusing to play it owing to its sexual lyrics. In 1984, he released the first of many politically charged raps, “Killers.” In 1987, Ice-T signed with Sire Recordings and began his career album, “Rhyme Pays.”
His first three records, published in 1987, 1988, and 1989, were all certified gold by the RIAA, but it was his 1991 record “O.G. Original Gangster” that established him as a gangsta rap pioneer. On the same album, he debuted his rock band Body Count, which went on to record its own album, including the controversial hit “Cop Killer.”
Ice-T received a Grammy Award for Best Rap Achievement by a Duo or Group in 1991 for “Back on the Block.” During the controversy surrounding the song, he left Sire/Warner Bros. and joined Priority Music instead. Throughout the 1990s, he continued to make albums with Body Count, but in 2006, he returned to his rap origins with the record “Gangsta Rap.”
Ice T Acting Career
Ice-T began his acting career in 1984, alongside his popular pop business, with the movie “Breakin'” and its sequel, “Breakin’ 2: Electric Boogaloo” that year. These films were released before he published his debut album (though he did feature on the soundtrack of “Breakin’.”) He played a private investigator in “New Jack City” in 1991.
He appeared in 1991’s “Ricochet” with Denzel Washington and John Lithgow and went on to play various minor parts throughout the 1990s. On the TV show “New York Undercover,” he got his first NAACP Image Medal for Greatest Supporting Actor for his role as narcotics dealer Danny Cort. Ice-T appeared in the HBO movie “Stealth Fighter” in 1999, and he also appeared in “Sonic Impact” the same year. In the popular series “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit,” he made his debut in 2000 as detective Odafin “Fin” Tutuola. For this role, he received his second NAACP Image Medal.
In 2007, he participated in the MTV comedy sketch show “Short Circuits.” Ice-T has also performed some video game voice acting.
Ice T Net Worth
Ice-net T’s worth is believed approximately to be around $60 million as of 2022.
Royalties from Law & Order: Special Victims Unit are likely to keep him in jail for the rest of his life. However, Ice-T continues to earn money via other methods. In 2006 and 2011, he appeared in two distinct reality programs, VH1’s Ice-Rap T’s School and EIce !’s Loves Coco. He’s also the author of three books and the presenter of his own show, Ice-T: Last Stage.
Like Ice Cube, he appears to have no qualms about spending his own money on luxurious digs. He paid $2.19 million for a 4,200-square-foot property in Edgewater, New Jersey, in 2012. It was a step higher than the $1.5 million Jersey penthouse he occupied in 2005.
We just wonder whether he regrets not keeping his West Coast house. He sold his Los Angeles bachelor pad for $2 million in the mid-1990s, but by 2017, it was back on the market for $9 million.
We wouldn’t call Ice-net T’s value chump change, but in this war of the rappers, it appears like Ice Cube has the upper hand.
Ice-T has an approximate net worth is estimated to be around $60 million as of 2022.
Ice-T is a rapper, singer, and actor from the United States. Body Count, a rock band he co-founded, was included on his album O.G.
He has also been engaged in television, playing the fictitious investigator Odafin Fin Tutuola in the Law & Order: Special Victims Unit series for a long period.