Ice T Net Worth 2022

Ice T Net Worth 2022:

$60 Million

Ice-T net worth 2022:

Ice-T has a net worth of $60 million as an American rapper and actor. In the late 1980s and early 1990s, he released a number of successful albums. Ice-T is probably best known in recent years for his long-running role in the drama television series “Law & Order: SVU.” He has been a regular on the show for over two decades and has appeared in over 400 episodes.


Net Worth: $60 Million
Date of Birth: Feb 16, 1958 (64 years old)
Gender: Male
Height: 5 ft 10 in (1.8 m)
Profession: Actor, Musician, Film Producer, Film Score Composer, Rapper, Author, Screenwriter, Record producer, Entrepreneur, Voice Actor
Nationality: United States of America

Ice T Net Worth 2022

SVU Salary:

Ice-T earns $250,000 per episode of “Law & Order: SVU” as of this writing. That works out to around $6 million per season before syndication royalties.


Early Life: 

Tracy Lauren Marrow was born on the 16th of February, 1958. After both of his parents died, he moved to Los Angeles at the age of 12 to live with relatives.

He went to Crenshaw High School and stood out among his peers because he did not drink, smoke, or use drugs. There was a lot of gang activity at his school; Marrow never joined one, but the majority of his friends were Crips.

Marrow began singing with the Crenshaw High School group The Precious Few. Marrow began receiving Social Security at the age of 17 after his father died, and he rented an apartment for $90 per month.

He sold cannabis and stole car stereos to supplement his pregnant girlfriend’s income. Following the birth of his daughter in 1977, he served four years in the United States Army after graduating from high school. He became interested in hip hop and learned how to turntable and rap while he was there.


Music Career | Ice T Net Worth 2022: 

Marrow began going by Ice-T on stage as a tribute to Iceberg Slim. He started out as a DJ at parties, which drew more attention to his rapping. He returned to a life of crime with his friends when he began robbing jewelry stores, but after a car accident, he decided to abandon his criminal lifestyle and pursue a professional rapping career.

“Cold Wind Madness,” his first single, became an underground success despite radio stations refusing to play it due to its explicit lyrics. His first politically-charged rap, “Killers,” was released in 1984. Ice-T signed with Sire Records in 1987 and released his debut album, “Rhyme Pays,” the following year.

His first three albums, released in 1987, 1988, and 1989, were all certified gold by the RIAA, but his 1991 album “O.G. Original Gangster” became his most well-known and is regarded as a founding album of gangsta rap.

On the same album, he debuted his metal band Body Count, which later released its own album, including the controversial single “Cop Killer.” Back on the Block earned Ice-T a Grammy Award for Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group in 1991.

In the midst of the song’s controversy, he left Sire/Warner Bros. and signed with Priority Records instead. Throughout the 1990s, he continued to release albums with Body Count, but in 2006, he returned to his rap roots with the album “Gangsta Rap.”


Acting Career: 

Ice-T began his acting career in 1984, alongside his successful music career, with the film “Breakin'” and its sequel, “Breakin’ 2: Electric Boogaloo” the same year. These films were released before he released his first album (though he does appear on the soundtrack to “Breakin’.”) In the 1991 film “New Jack City,” he played a police detective.

In 1991, he co-starred in “Ricochet” with Denzel Washington and John Lithgow, and he went on to play a variety of supporting roles throughout the 1990s. He received his first NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor for his role as drug dealer Danny Cort on the TV show “New York Undercover.” Ice-T appeared in the HBO film “Stealth Fighter” in 1999, and he also appeared in “Sonic Impact” that year.

In the year 2000, he made his television debut as detective Odafin “Fin” Tutuola on the popular series “Law and Order: Special Victims Unit.” For this role, he received his second NAACP Image Award. In 2007, he appeared on MTV’s sketch comedy show “Short Circuitz.” Ice-T has also done some video game voice acting.

Other | Ice T Net Worth 2022: 

Ice-T is the author of the books “The Ice Opinion: Who Gives a F—?” published in 1994, “Ice: A Memoir of Gangster Life and Redemption-From South Central to Hollywood” published in 2011, “Kings of Vice” published in 2011, and “Mirror Image” published in 2013.

Ice T dabbled in reality television with “Ice-Rap T’s School” in 2006. It was a spinoff of “Gene Simmons’ Rock School,” a British reality show on VH1. Each week, Ice-T assigned tasks to eight New York Preparatory School students, who competed for a gold chain with a microphone on it. The group opened for Public Enemy on the season finale in 2006. He also had an E! reality show called “Ice Loves Coco” that followed his marriage to Nicole “Coco” Austin.

When he signed a deal with Paragon Collective in December 2013, he entered the world of podcasting. He and longtime friend Mick Benzo co-host “Ice-T: Final Level Podcast.” They discuss current events, movies, video games, and behind-the-scenes of “Law and Order: SVU” with special guests from the entertainment industry on the show. The podcast has received positive feedback from critics. He appeared in a GEICO commercial in 2016.


Personal Life | Ice T Net Worth 2022: 

Ice-T and his then-girlfriend Adrienne had a daughter in 1976. While raising her, they went to high school. In 1992, Ice-T dated Darlene Ortiz and had a son with her. In January 2002, he married swimsuit model Nicole “Coco Marie” Austin. They purchased a penthouse apartment in New Jersey in 2006 and built a five-bedroom house in Edgewater, New Jersey, in 2012. The couple welcomed their first child in November of 2015.

Ice-T had two personal feuds, the first with LL Cool J in the late 1980s. It was sparked by LL’s assertion that he is “the baddest rapper in the history of rap itself.” Ice-T publicly mocked his songs and recorded diss tracks against him. By 2012, the rivalry was over. He’s also sparred with Soulja Boy Tell ‘Em, accusing him of “killing hip hop” and dismissing his song “Crank That.” The two rappers traded numerous diss videos back and forth.

Ice T Net Worth 2022


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