Method Man Net Worth
Who is Method Man?
Clifford Smith is best known by his performing name Method Man. He is an American rapper, actor and record producer. This talented musician was born on 2nd March 1971. Smith is famous as the member of the “East Coast hip-hop” collective “Wu-Tang Clan”. He is associated with the hip-hop duo “Method Man & Redman” too. He chose his stage name from a film “Method Man (1979)”. In 1996, Smith won a Grammy Award for “I’ll Be There for You/ You’re All I Need to Get By” in the category of “The Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group” along with the famous American R&B singer and songwriter Mary J. Blige. In the year of 2012, Smith was enlisted in the “Top 50 Lyricists of All Time” chart by “The Source”.
Method Man Net Worth:
Method Man has an estimated net worth of $20 million as of now. He has earned this much of money from the sales of his albums and the sales of the tickets of his live performance. He also acted in several films and television series which have helped him to become a millionaire.
Method Man Life History:
Method Man was born on Hempstead, Long Island in New York in the US. In his childhood, his parents got divorced. He then had to spend his childhood separately at his father’s residence in Long Island and in the Park Hill section of Staten Island where his mother used to live. Method Man has two sisters.
Method Man is known for:
Method Man has started his professional musical career with Wu-Tang Clan. He got a solo song in the group’s debut album “Enter the Wu-Tang: 36 Chambers”. He then released a solo album under a special contract. In 1994, he released his debut album “Tical”. It ranked 4th on the American top chart and sold over 1 million copies. On 3rd June 1997, Wu-Tang released a double CD named “Wu-Tang Forever”. It is a multiplatinum album and got Grammy nominations. It sold over 8.3 million copies worldwide. In 1998, Method Man has released his second solo album “Tical 2000: Judgement Day”. It was certified a the double platinum by RIAA. After that, he has released lots of studio albums and collaboration acts. “Tical 0: The Prequel (2004)”, “4.21.. The Day After (2006)”, “The Meth lab (2015)” – these are the solo albums. In 1999 and 2009, he has released a collaboration with Redman named “Blackout!” and “blackout! 2”respectively.
Smith has acted in several popular films including “Belly”, “How High”, “The Wackness”, “Garden State”, ”Red Tails”, “Venom”, “The Cobbler”, “Keanu” etc. He also appeared in lots of television series including the recurring roles in 3 HBO series named “Oz”, “The Wire” and “The Deuce”. In 2016, Smith appeared in a cameo role in “Luke Cage”. It aired on Netflix.
Method Man Political/Business Affiliation:
Method Man has appeared in a documentary named “The Show” in 1995. In 2006, he appeared on the first episode of the MTV reality show “Yo Momma” on the season 1. He produced the series of “eponymous graphic novels” for “Hachette Book Group USA”.
Jackie Chan Bio Info
Born: 2 March 1971 (age 47 years), Town of Hempstead, New York, United States
Height: 1.9 m
Spouse: Tamika Smith (m. 2001)
Children: Sha Smith, Rae Smith, Cheyenne Smith
TV shows: The Wire, Drop the Mic, Method & Red, Rebel, The Breaks, Chozen, Rebel: Extras
Music groups: Method Man & Redman (Since 1994), Wu-Tang Clan (Since 1992), Def Squad
Jackie Chan Quotes
- I hate mean people. People who just pick at you and try to force you into a train wreck. – Method Man
- After a while, you can’t get any higher. It’s like your head is in a wind tunnel – everything is vibrating. – Method Man
- Rap is a gimmick, but I’m for the hip-hop, the culture. – Method Man
- Since I was eight years old. I didn’t have a TV, so comic books were definitely my television, my soap operas, and all that. – Method Man
Jackie Chan Videos on YouTube
Method Man Tells Crack Stories, Talks Playing A Pimp, Wu-Tang & More