Tyrese Gibson net worth: Tyrese Gibson is a Grammy-nominated R&B singer-songwriter, rapper, actor, author, model and MTV VJ who has a net worth of $25 million. Tyrese Gibson has earned his net worth through his career as an actor of films and television, as well as his musical career with R&B Group TGT. Born and raised in the notoriously rough area, Watts district of Los Angeles, Gibson first showed his talent for music in a 1994 Coca-Cola advertisement, singing the phrase "Always Coca-Cola." This led to bigger fame for the tall, muscular and striking Gibson, who started modeling for Guess? and Tommy Hilfiger, and made his TV debut on an episode of the series Hangin' With Mr. Cooper (ABC, 1992–1997). Guest appearances on shows like Martin (Fox, 1997), The Parent 'Hood and Sister, Sister (both The WB, 1998) followed, as did a record contract with RCA, leading to the release of his debut album Tyrese (1998). This self-titled album of Tyrese quickly topped the charts, all thanks to the honesty of his songwriting, his alluring passion and his self-assured style behind the microphone. Already having a loyal league of fans, the smooth R&B crooner was set to replace Bill Bellamy as host of MTV Jams in 1999, appearing daily on the small screen to present the MTV Jams Countdown. Next, he landed the lead roles in John Singleton's Baby Boy (2000) and released his sophomore album 2000 Watts. Climbing the charts, the album included a collaboration with Snoop Dogg & Mr. Tan titled Just A Baby Boy, which was featured on the soundtrack to the above mentioned feature film Baby Boy. In 2003 Singleton again tapped Tyrese, this time to play Roman Pearce in 2 Fast, 2 Furious, the sequel to the 2001 action thriller The Fast and the Furious starring Vin Diesel. He reprised the role two times, in Fast Five (2011) and Fast & Furious 6 (2013). Meanwhile, he also starred in the military action remake Flight of the Phoenixv (2004) and revenge thriller Four Brothers (2005).