Tamela Mann is an American actress and gospel singer with a net worth of $3 million. Tamela Mann built up her net worth from joining the gospel group Kirk Franklin and the Family. As an actress, Mann is a regular in Tyler Perry's productions which includes Diary of a Mad Black Woman (where she contributed to the soundtrack of the film), I Can Do Bad All By Myself and Kingdom Come. Before making her acting debut in 1999, Mann was a gospel singer and a member of the award-winning gospel group Kirk Franklin and the Family, performing with reputable artists like Mary J.Blige, Celine Dion, Bono and R Kelly. She and her husband David Mann went on to join start their own record label, Tillymann Music, in which she recorded five live albums and two studio albums. Her second studio album, The Master Plan (2009), peaked at number two on the Gospel album chart. Her third album Best Days (2012) did better, stealing the top spot on the gospel album charts as well as peaking at number 14 on Billboard 200. Mann appeared in the 2012 film Sparkle, starring alongside American Idol winner Jordan Sparks and the late great Whitney Houston.