Tyler Perry Net Worth 2017

Tyler Perry Net Worth Forbes and Salary 2017:

Tyler Perry is an American actor, comedian, filmmaker, writer, and songwriter. He was born on September 13, 1969, in New Orleans, Louisiana. Tyler is best known for creating and performing the Madea, « a fictional character » and also known as one of the most financially successful directors in the world of the entertainment business, with a personally earns between $100 and $150 million.

Tyler Perry: The Beginning of success:

Perry began his career by financing his debut stage play named, I Know I’ve Been Changed. He waited 6 years to see his stage succeeded. He continued to create new stage productions, touring with them on the so-called Chitlin Circuit. Perry used the money that he got from his stages to fund his first movie, Diary of a Mad Black Woman, which went on to gross US$50.6 million.

Tyler Perry Personal Informations:

Tyler Perry Height6 feet 5 in (196 cm)

Tyler Perry Weight194 lbs (88 kg)

Tyler Perry quotes: My father who was there in the house, he wasn’t at all a role model. And my mother, who was trying to protect me from him as best she could, she took me everywhere with her, which gave me a tremendous amount of sensitivity to the things women go through. 

Perry made his wealth by producing directing and financing movies and stages and has a net worth of $600 Million and over $100 Million per year.

Family and relationship:

He attempted suicide as a child to avoid his father’s attacks. Perry began writing as a way to help heal his mental wounds. In 2014, he began dating Gelila Bekele and the couple had son named Aman in 2014.

Awards and nominations:

2015 – African-American Film Critics Association Awards – Best Supporting Actor – Gone Girl.

2011 – Image Awards – Outstanding Directing for a Motion Picture/Television Movie – For Colored Girls.

2005 – BET Comedy Awards – Outstanding Writing for Theatrical Film – Diary of a Mad Black Woman.

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