Juvenile has an estimated net worth of $2.5 million. Juvenile was born Terius Gray on March 26, 1975 in New Orleans, Louisiana. His first album "Solja Rags" debuted in 1997 under Cash Money Records and became very popular with audiences, so much so that his second album "400 Degreez" spawned two singles that topped the Billboard Top 100 Charts. Spinning from the success of these two songs, they were re-released in 1999 as remixes. Juvenile left Cash Money Records in 2002 to form his own label, UTP Records. In 2003 he returned to Cash Money Records to release his album "Juve The Great", containing the song "Slow Motion" which topped the Billboard Chart 100 in August of 2004. In the 2005, following the devastation of Hurricane Katrina, Juvenile moved back to Atlanta to aid in the raising of funds and supplies to help Hurricane Victims. Then in the spring of 2006 he returned to New Orleans. That same year Juvenile released his album "Reality Days", which became his first album to hit number one. Juvenile had a daughter, Jelanie, who was tragically shot and killed at the age of 4 in 2008 along with her mother Joy Delston. Juvenile has been seen in various films such as "Baller Blockin", "Hood Angels", and "New Orleans Exposed". He continues to practice his music career.