As of 2022, American musician, songwriter, rapper, and actor Tyrese Gibson has amassed a net worth of $15 million. He is a major star in the Hollywood film industry. His first studio album as a performer was released in 1998 under his own name, and the song “Sweet Lady,” which was featured on the album, became a huge hit and peaked at number 12 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Since then, he’s had a string of Top 40 hits and been nominated for a Grammy in the Best R&B Album category. Also, he has a substantial fanbase thanks to his portrayal as Roman Pearce in the Fast and Furious film series.
Gibson launched his career at a young age and quickly rose to prominence as a major figure in the world of music and show business. He is well-known for his work in several fields, including those of singer, rapper, actor, author, video jockey, model, director, producer, and songwriter. In this article, we will discuss Tyrese Gibson’s wealth, including his salary, profits, and more.
Tyrese Darnell Gibson entered this world on December 30, 1978, in Watts, Los Angeles County, California, USA. His father abandoned the family in 1983, therefore he was raised by his mother, Priscilla Murray Gibson (née Durham).
During his formative years, he was surrounded by relatives, including Tyrone, Calendar, and Shonta, his older siblings. Because of the challenges presented by Watts’s high population density, their formative years were fraught with difficulty.
Gibson went to Alain Leroy Locke College Preparatory School and claimed he only went there to get food. Gibson was inspired to pursue acting and singing as a career while still in high school. He attended Florida A&M University after finishing high school.
How Much Is Tyrese Gibson Worth?
Years of success in the entertainment business have helped Tyrese Gibson acquire a fortune of $6 million. After establishing himself as a popular vocalist, Tyrese shifted his focus to acting.
His two books have both been New York Times bestsellers, which is quite an accomplishment. How to Get Out of Your Own Way was his first book, published in 2012. The next year, he published his second book, also about men’s psychology, with the catchy title Manology: The Mystery of His Mind Unlocked.
Gibson’s first song, “Nobody Else,” was released by RCA Records that same year (1998.) It rose rapidly to the top 36 on the Billboard Hot 100. On September 29, 1998, he released his first album, simply titled. He took over as host of MTV’s weekday video program MTV Jams in late 1998. The third single from his album, “Sweet Lady,” became his biggest hit. The R&B single hit #9 on the charts. With his performance of “Sweet Lady,” Tyrese was nominated for a Grammy Award.
Gibson’s second album, titled “2000 Watts,” was released in May of 2001. When released as a single, “I Like Them Girls” went on to become the album’s first top 20 hits. This album’s third hit, “Just a Baby Boy,” featured Snoop Dogg and Mr. Tan. It appeared on the film’s soundtrack for “Baby Boy,” Gibson’s first major acting role.
In December of 2002, he released his third studio album, titled “I Wanna Go There.” The album’s lead track, “How You Gonna Act Like That,” peaked at number seven on the Billboard Hot 100.
In December of 2006, he dropped “Alter Ego,” his fourth studio album and the first to feature his rapping persona.
Gibson’s subsequent studio effort, 2011’s “Open Invitation,” was a success. Single “Stay” reached the top 11 on the Billboard Hot 100. In its first week of release, “Open Invitation” peaked at position nine on Billboard’s 200 album list. Gibson received his third Grammy nomination for this album at the 2013 ceremony.
In 2015, Gibson released “Black Rose,” which quickly became his highest charting album to date. His debut album is at the top of the charts.
When it comes to acting, Tyrese got a lot of breaks. “Baby Boy,” directed by John Singleton and released in 2001, was the picture in which he first appeared prominently. He co-starred with Mark Wahlberg in 2005’s “Four Brothers,” an action-crime drama. His recurring roles in “The Fast and the Furious” and “Transformers” are among the most lucrative in Hollywood.
TV shows that have featured Tyrese include “Hanging with Mr. Cooper,” “The Parent ‘Hood,” “Martin,” “Moesha,” “American Dad!” and “Black and Blue.”
Tyrese has joined the cast of “Morbius,” starring with Jared Leto in a “Spider-Man” spinoff, set for release in 2019.
Tyrese Gibson has committed to appearing in “Dangerous” in 2020 alongside Mel Gibson, Famke Janssen, and Scott Eastwood.
Gibson’s debut book, titled “How to Get Out of Your Own Way,” was published in May of 2012. Gibson and his close buddy Rev. Run co-authored a book titled “Manology: Secrets of Your Man’s Mind Revealed” in February 2013. Each book topped the New York Times bestseller list.
In 2007, Gibson wed Norma Mitchell. In 2007, the couple welcomed a baby girl. Separation occurred in 2009. On February 14, 2017, he tied the knot with Samantha Lee. Their baby girl entered the world on October 1, 2018.
Tyrese’s ex-wife filed for a restraining order against him in 2017, claiming he had mistreated both her and their kid.
Tyrese and his ex-wife Norma Gibson went to court over custody of their daughter Shayla in 2018. Norma claimed Gibson had hit their child, so she filed for an additional restraining order against him. Unfortunately, the court did not agree with her. Also, the judge capped how much Norma could charge Tyrese in child support.
Tyrese has taken action in 2019 against his ex-wife for allegedly breaking the conditions of their joint parenting arrangement.
Soon after saying he was broke in the fall of 2017, Tyrese and his wife Samantha dropped $4 million on a 25,000-square-foot estate in the Atlanta suburb of Buckhead. A lot of Transformers replicas are strewn about the house. Gibson’s home features a towering reproduction of Bumblebee in the foyer and miniature versions of Optimus Prime and Bumblebee in the first-floor home office in the backyard, undercover, by the pool. In addition to its seven bedrooms and nine and a half bathrooms, the mansion also features a recording studio with a vocal booth and velvet walls.
Tyrese listed his property in Woodland Hills, California for sale for $3.49 million in May 2021. On January 1, 2022, he dropped the price to $2.9 million.