Ice-T biography, net worth, quick facts, awards, and achievements

Tracy Lauren Marrow (February 16, 1958), known professionally as Ice-T, is an American singer, rapper, and actor. He was raised in Newark, New Jersey, and moved to the Crenshaw district of Los Angeles. After graduating, he performed in the ‘United States Army for four years.’ Before making it big, he stayed on the streets, selling peddling drugs, stolen car stereos, and pimping. But he wanted to get out of this disturbing life and made music his savior.

Finally, his music career picked up, and he was signed to ‘Sire Records’ releasing his debut album ‘Rhyme Pays.’ Soon, he launched the record label ‘Rhyme Syndicate Records’ and co-founded the heavy metal band’ Body Count,’ which he presented in his album ‘O.G.’ When he emerged in a controversy over his track ‘Cop Killer,’ became uncomfortable and parted ways with him amicably. His later albums were not successful. He has been portraying the role of fictional detective ‘Odafin Tutuola’ in the long-term series ‘Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.’ He has also appeared on the big screen, mainly appearing as police officers or gangsters.

Quick Facts


Real Name: Tracy Lauren Marrow

Nick Name: Ice-T

Date Of Birth: February 16, 1958

Birth Place: Newark, New Jersey

Age: 64 years old

Nationality: American

Height: 5’11” inches

Weight: 82 kgs

Eye Color: Dark Brown

Hair Color: Black

Profession: Rapper, actor

Marital Status: married, Coco Austin

Instagram: @icet

Ice-T-Net Worth

Today, Ice-T’s net worth is calculated to be close to 40 million dollars.

Ісе-Т’s acting career in music and acting endeavors have enabled him to wreck in millions over the years now. He has enjoyed mоdеrаtе ѕuссеѕѕ for his efforts and has remained relevant withіn thе performance іnduѕtrу.

He now performs many shows. As of 2019, Ісе Т net worth stood at an estimated value of 40 million dollars.

Awards & Achievements

  • In 1991, he shared a ‘Grammy’ with Big Daddy Kane and four others for the album ‘Back on the Block’ produced by Quincy Jones.
  • In 2002, he won the Image Awards for his appearance in ‘Law & Order: Special Victims Unit as a supporting Actor.
  • His album ‘O.G. Original Gangster’ (1991) introduced gangster rap and pushed musical boundaries by recording heavy metal tracks with the band’ Body Count.’
  • His album’ Home Invasion’ (1993) peaked at No. 14 on the ‘Billboard 200’ and at No. nine on ‘Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums’ including singles, such as ’99 Problems’ and ‘Gotta Lotta Love’




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