Ludacris Net Worth
What is Ludacris’ Net Worth? In 2022, the ‘Fast and Furious actor has a net worth of $25 million. The ‘Dirty South’ rapper and actor was born in Illinois on September 11, 1977. He moved to Atlanta, Georgia when he was 9 and took an interest in rapping shortly after. ‘Ingognegro’ was the first album he released at the age of 22 and was met with success in his hometown. After re-releasing it the following year with two songs added (‘What’s Your Fantasy’ and ‘Southern Hospitality’), it received national attention. From there, Ludacris continued to put out albums, and quickly took on acting roles proving he could do more than just produce music.
You may be wondering how tall is Ludacris? He is fairly average in height for an American male, standing at 5’8” tall (173cm). Ludacris was born as Christopher Brian Bridges. Before coming up with his professional name, which is a play on Ludicrous, he referred to himself as Chris Lova Lova. Bridges’ first appearance on an album was a verse he had on Timbaland’s song ‘Phat Rabbit’. Ludacris resides in a 6,000 square foot home in Hollywood Hills with his wife and three daughters.
Luda has appeared in quite a few movies, but it’s his role in the Fast and the Furious franchise as Tej Parker that he is most known for. He replaced Ja Rule who was in the original movie and reprised his role every movie since. Bridges wrote ‘Act a Fool’ for 2 Fast 2 Furious in 2003. Ludacris also played Anthony in the movie ‘Crash’, was a DJ in ‘Fred Claus’ and played the voice of Conrad Grant in ‘Karma’s World.
Ludacris Interesting Facts: Bridges has his own record label called Disturbing Tha Peace that he created in the late 90’s. He is co-owner of Conjure Cognac Liquor, and opened a restaurant in an Atlanta airport called Chicken + Beer. It doesn’t stop there- he also founded The Ludacris Foundation that helps inspire children through memorable experiences. He has been a part of charities such as the Epic Book Drive and DoSomething.org donating and helping collect books for libraries. We also learned from the Kanye West documentary ‘Jeen-Yuhs’ that Ludacris’ big hit ‘Stand Up’ was produced by Kanye. Bridges also shared his studio time with Kanye so he could record ‘College Dropout’ after his accident, when Roc-A-Fella wouldn’t pay for his studio time.
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