Ice T Net Worth

Ice T Net Worth
Net Worth: $60 Million
Salary: $6 Million Per Year
Real Name: Tracy Lauren Marrow
Date of Birth: 16th February 1958
Age: 66 years old
Gender: Male
Height: 5 ft 11 in (1.82 m)
Profession: Rapper, Singer, Songwriter, Actor, Composer, Producer, Author, Entrepreneur
Nationality: American
Updated: 29th June 2023
Ice T Net Worth:
$60 Million

Ice T's Salary

$6 Million Per Year

Ice-T is an American rapper and actor who could retire today and still live comfortably. Ice-T’s net worth 2022 is $60 to 65 million, depending on the source. He earns more than $6 million per year, primarily from his role on Law & Order: SVU.

Ice-T’s Rap Career

Ice-T played a primary role in the inception of gangsta rap, particularly in the West Coast hip-hop scene. This struck some people as odd because he was born on the East Coast. He moved to the West Coast so early in his life that he was greatly influenced by the West Coast rap scene.

His rise to fame came when he was part of Public Enemy. As a solo rapper, he released 80 music videos, 51 singles, 8 studio albums, 10 compilation albums, 1 extended play, and 1 soundtrack album.

  • Rhyme Pays
  • Power
  • The Iceberg/Freedom of Speech…Just Watch What You Say!
  • O.G. Original Gangster
  • Home Invasion
  • Ice-T VI: Return of the Real
  • The Seventh Deadly Sin
  • Gangsta Rap
  • Check This Out
  • Gang Culture
  • Live in Montreaux
  • The Classic Collection
  • Cold as Ever
  • The Early Years
  • Greatest Hits: The Evidence
  • Westside
  • The Pimp Penal Code
  • Greatest Hits
  • The Ice Opinion

While he’s known primarily for his raps, Ice-T’s arguably most famous single isn’t rap. “Cop Killer” was his most infamous song, and it was heavy metal. This came out during the 1990s cultural wars. It led to Charlton Heston trying to remove Ice-T from the Sire/Warner Bros. record label. Other singles Ice-T is known for include:

  • The Lane
  • Body Count
  • O.G. Original Gangsta
  • That’s How I’m Livin
  • You Played Yourself
  • I’m Your Pusher
  • Colors
  • 6 in the Mornin
  • High Rollers
  • Reckless
  • Lethal Weapon
  • New Jack Hustler (Nino’s Theme)
  • I Must Stand
  • Gotta Lotta Love
  • I Ain’t New Ta This
  • Ricochet
  • Ziplock
  • Fried Chicken
  • Trespass

Ice-T has collaborated with many other rappers and artists, including:

  • 2 Live Crew
  • Ice Cube
  • West Coast All-Stars
  • 2Pac
  • Biggie Smalls aka Notorious BIG
  • Snoop Dog
  • Mobb Deep
  • Too Short
  • Everlast
  • Brotha Lynch Hung
  • DJ Aladdin
  • Afrika Bambaataa
  • South Central Cartel
  • DJ Evil E
  • Megadeth
  • Black Sabbath
  • E-40

Ice-T’s Acting Career and Authorship

Ice-T began his acting career in 1984. He’s most famous for his time on Law & Order: SUV, but he has a nice list of other roles that he’s played.

  • Breakin’
  • Breakin’ 2: Electric Boogaloo
  • New Jack City
  • Ricochet
  • New York Undercover
  • Stealth Fighter
  • Short Circuitz
  • Law and Order: Special Victims Unit
  • Ice-T’s Rap School
  • Ice Loves Coco

Besides those famed roles, Ice-T was also in commercials and on podcasts. He co-hosts “Ice-T: Final Level Podcast” with his friend Mick Benzo. He was in a 2016 GEICO commercial.

Surprisingly, Ice-T is also an author. He’s released several books:

  • The Ice Opinion: Who Gives a F-? (1994)
  • Ice: A Memoir of Gangster Life and Redemption-From South Central to Hollywood (2011)
  • Kings of Vice (2011)
  • Mirror Image (2013)

Ice-T’s Early Life

Ice-T was born in Newark, New Jersey, on February 16, 1958, as Tracy Lauren Marrow to Solomon Marrow and Alice Marrow. Sadly, his mother died of a heart attack when he was 8 years old. He then moved across the country to Crenshaw, Los Angeles, California. His father died four years after his mother died. His aunt, who lived close to the home where he lived with his father, shared the news of his dad’s death with the young boy.

While he was affiliated with the Crips in high school, Ice-T knew he couldn’t live the street life. He graduated from Crenshaw High School and joined the Army. During his time in the Army, he heard “Rappers Delight” by The Sugarhill Gang. That’s when he knew that he wanted to become a gangsta rapper. Fortunately for him, he had experience writing rhymes in high school.

He served four years in the Army and then went back home to South Central, intending to become a hip-hop artist. Instead, he got caught up in the street life and became a pimp and jewel thief. He left that life behind once he carved out his place in the music industry.

Ice-T’s Future

One thing about Ice-T’s entertainment career is that his followers never knew what to expect from him. He moved fluidly from rap to heavy metal and back to rap. His raps had lyrics about violence against cops, for example, in Cop Killer, only for him to become one of the most known cops on the long-running Law & Order: Special Victims Unit series. He’s made his mark on various facets of the entertainment industry, and he isn’t showing any signs of letting up on making his mark.

Ice-T’s future looks amazing. He has the support of his wife, Nicole Coco Austin, and is enjoying life as a father to Chanel. He also has two adult children, Letesha Marrow and Tracy Marrow, Jr. He currently lives in North Bergen, New Jersey.

Ice-T’s net worth is expected to rise thanks to his massive portfolio of income-producing roles and albums. While his bad boy days are a thing of the past, Ice-T still has a hardened exterior earning him more money as an actor.

Ice T FAQs

What is Ice T Net Worth?

Ice T net worth is currently $60 million USD.

How much money does Ice T earn?

Ice T earns $6 million per year from various sources.

How tall is Ice T?

Ice T is 5 ft 11 in (1.82 m)

How old is Ice T?

Ice T is currently 66 years old.

When is Ice T birthday?

Ice T birthday is on 16th February.