Ving Rhames Net Worth
Ving Rhames Net Worth: Ving Rhames is an American actor who has a net worth of $16 million dollars. Born Irving Rameses Rhames in New York City in 1959, Ving Rhames attended the High School of Performing Arts before enrolling at the State University of New York Purchase to study drama. There he met fellow actor Stanley Tucci who gave him his "Ving" moniker. Rhames ended up graduating with a fine arts degree from Juilliard in 1983 and made his Broadway debut a year later in a production of "The Boys of Winter". He made his on-screen debut the same year in "Go Tell It on the Mountain" as Young Gabriel. He scored small parts in "Miami Vice", "American Playhouse", "Men", "Homicide", and "The Saint of Fort Washington" before appearing as Marsellus Wallace in the 1994 hit "Pulp Fiction". That year, he also landed a recurring role on "ER" as Walter Robbins that would span two years and eight episodes. Rhames also scored a part as Luther Stickell in "Mission: Impossible" in 1996 and received his first award nominations for his appearance as the lead character in "Don King: Only in America" in 1997. He won a Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Miniseries of Television Film, and was nominated for an Emmy, a Satellite Award and a SAG Award for the role. Rhames reprised the part of Luther Stickell in 2000's "Mission: Impossible II" and again in 2006 for "Mission: Impossible III" and later for "Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol". Other TV and film credits include "Gravity", "Soldiers of Fortune", "Evil Angel", "I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry" and "Day of the Dead". He's featured with Rick Ross and Playaz Circle on Ludacris' "Southern Gangstas" and is a UFC narrator. He has been married to his second wife, Deborah Reed, since 2000.
|Net Worth:||$16 Million|
|Date of Birth:||May 12, 1959 (60 years old)|
|Height:||6 ft (1.83 m)|
|Profession:||Actor, Film Producer, Television producer, Voice Actor|
|Nationality:||United States of America|