Ice-T is a famous Hollywood actor and rapper who also laid down the foundation of the Rhyme $yndicate Record. He was also a member of the 90s hip-hop band, Body Count. Some of his hit songs include Colors, High Rollers, and New Jack Hustlers.
As the calculation in 20201, Ice-T has an estimated net worth of over $45 million. He made most of his fortune with his musical profession and touring. However, his acting career is likewise assisting him to earn millions of dollars for every show and movie. He additionally earns a few more extra dollars with his sponsorship contracts.
Ice-T achieved great success with his rapping career, however, the multi-faceted artist has found other ways to stay relevant in the industry. He is absolutely enhancing as an actor who is fantastic for his career, and he’s doing a lot of shows right now. He is also active with his music concerts, and his enthusiasts can listen to his rap anytime. Nowadays, he is working on another album by the band, Body Count, which will be released in two years.
Tracy Lauren Marrow (Ice-T) was born on February 16, 1958, in Newark, New Jersey, U.S. His father Solomon was African American and his mother Alice Marrow was African American of Louisiana Creole descent. When Marrow was a child, his family moved to the exclusive Summit, New Jersey. The first time race played a significant role in Marrow’s life was at the age of seven, when he realized his white friend’s racism towards black children. Marrow assumed that he escaped similar treatment because they thought that he was white due to his lighter skin tone. Reporting this incident to his mother, she told him, “Honey, people are stupid”. Her advice and this incident taught Marrow to control how the negativity of others affected him.
His mother died of a heart attack while he was in third grade. His father raised him as a single father for four years, with the help of a caretaker. When Marrow was thirteen, Solomon also died of a heart attack.
When Marrow was in the eighth grade, he moved to the Crenshaw District of Los Angeles. He attended Palms Junior High School, which was made up of mostly white students, and included black students who traveled by bus from South Central to attend. Then he attended Crenshaw High School, which was almost entirely made up of black students.
|Rеаl Nаmе||Тrасу Lаurеn Маrrоw|
|Аgе||63 уеаrѕ оld|
|Віrth Dаtе||16 February 1958|
|Birth Place||Nеwаrk, Nеw Јеrѕеу, Unіtеd Ѕtаtеѕ|
|Неіght||5 feet 9 inches (180 cm)|
|Wеіght||91 kg (200.62 lbs)|
|Wіfе/Ѕроuѕе||Nicole Natalie Marrow (Сосо Аuѕtіn)|
|Сhіldrеn||Сhаnеl Nісоlе Маrrоw, Тrасу Маrrоw Јr, and Lеtеѕhа Маrrоw|
|Рrоfеѕѕіоn||Аmеrісаn muѕісіаn, аuthоr, ѕоngwrіtеr, асtоr, rесоrd рrоduсеr, аnd rарреr,|
|Nеt Wоrth іn 2021||$45 mіllіоn|
In 2002, Ice-T married his spouse Nicole Natalie Marrow, normally referred to as Coco Austin. The couple has 3 children together named Chanel Nicole Marrow, Tracy Marrow, and Letesha Marrow. Unlike other rappers, Ice-T is a properly settled circle of relatives who love his spouse and his kids. In 2006, Ice-T and his spouse invested in a penthouse positioned in North Bergen, New Jersey.
In 1978, Ice-T joined the United States navy because the cash he received from promoting hashish and stolen cr radios was no longer enough to assist his girlfriend and daughter. He served within the military for four years.
Ice-T began his rapping career in 1981. In 1987, after perfecting his craft through developing songs for videos and releasing recordings, he signed with Sire Records and released his first studio album titled, Rhyme Pays, which became the primary self-explanatory sticker album for specific content material in Hip-hop history. He has released eight solo albums, some of which are ‘The Iceberg/Freedom of Speech… Just Watch What You Say’, ‘Ice-T VI: Return of the Real’, and ‘Gangsta Rap’. He has worked with record companies like Saturn, Priority, Sire, Sumerian, and Century Media. In addition, he has his own record company, Rhyme $yndicate Records, with which he has released his album, Power.
In 1983, he had followed the name Ice-T in honor of Iceberg Slim and recorded a rap, The Coldest Rap, to fantastic background music by Jimmy Jam-Terry Lewis for the impartial label Saturn.
Ice-T made his acting performance in 1984 with ‘Breakin’. He subsequently appeared in numerous films such as ‘Trespass’, ‘Surviving the Game’, ‘Johnny Mnemonic’, ‘Who’s the man?’, ‘Blew Utopia’, ‘Rhyme and Reason’, ‘Corrupt’, ‘Mean Guns’, ‘The Deli’, ‘Urban Menace’, ‘Final Voyage’, ‘Assaulted: Civil Rights Under Fire’, ‘How We Met’, ‘Bloodrunners’, ‘Something From Nothing: The Art Of Rap’, and ‘The Other Guys’.
Between 1987 and 1988, he recorded the soundtrack of the film of Dennis Hopper, ‘Colors’, related to inner-town gang lifestyles in Los Angeles.
In the early 90s, he joined a group called Body Count and released six albums with the band which includes ‘Manslaughter’, ‘Murder 4 Hire’, ‘Violent Demise: The Last Days’, and ‘Born Dead’. They released their most recent album, ‘Bloodlust’ in 2017. His 1992 album, Body Count, had the arguable music, Cop Killer, conceived as a story from the point of view of criminals taking revenge on racist police officers.
He collaborated with heavy steel bands at some point in this period. He did a duet with Slayer, for the film, ‘Judgement Night’ and in 1995, he appeared as a guest on Forbidden by Black Sabbath.
In addition, he has worked on many TV shows like ‘The Arsenio Hall Show’, ‘Ebony/Jet Showcase’, ‘New York Undercover’, ‘Players’, ‘Yo! MTV Raps’, ‘Sin City Spectacular’, ‘Last Call with Carson Daly’, ‘Law & Order: Special Victims Unit’, ‘Law & Order’, ‘Chicago P.D.’, ‘Ricky And Morty’, ‘Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’, ‘Celebrities Undercover’, ‘Late Night with Seth Myers’, ‘Comedy Central Roast of Donald Trump’, and ‘Hip-hop Evolution’. He has also played successful movies and videos like ‘Judgement Day’, ‘Corrupt’, ‘Ice Loves Coco’, ‘The Peacemaker’, ‘Up in Harlem’, and ‘Stealth Fighter’.
Ice-T has won the Grammy Award for ‘Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group’, ‘2 Image Awards’, and ‘NAACP Image Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Dramatic Series’.