RZA Net Worth – RZA is an American producer, rapper, author and director who has a net worth of $18 million. RZA has earned his net worth through his career as a rapper, producer, and actor. He has also composed scores for movies. He was born in Brownsville, Brooklyn, New York in 1969 as Robert Fitzgerald Diggs, RZA was participating in rap battles before he was a teenager and eventually moved to Ohio, where he fell into a life of drug dealing and ultimately beat an attempted murder charge. With his legal troubles behind him, he formed his first rap group, "All Together Now", with family members. The group experienced limited success and instead RZA pursued a solo music career as Prince Rakeem. Along with his cousins and friends, he brought together the group that would become the Wu-Tang Clan and produced just about all of their work until 1998. A year later, RZA got involved in putting together film scores with his first effort coming on "Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai". He's appeared in several films, including "Repo Men", "Funny People", "Life Is Hot in Cracktown", and "Due Date". He directed his first feature film, "The Man with the Iron Fists", in 2011 with involvement from Quentin Tarantino. RZA is known by several different names, including Prince Delight, Prince Dynamit, The Abbot, Bobby Digital and the Scientist. He has been married to wife, Talani Rabb, since 2009 after his previous marriage ended in divorce.
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Date of Birth
Jul 5, 1969
Record producer, Actor, Screenwriter, Author, Composer, Multi-instrumentalist, Rapper, Entrepreneur, Film Score Composer, Film director
United States of America
6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
Robert Diggs, Bobby Digital, RZA as Bobby Digital, Rza (As Bobby Digital), Bobby Digital Presents, Prince Rakeem, The Abbott, The Rzarector, The RZA, Bobby Steels
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