Mr. T | $ 1.5 Million
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Mr. T Net Worth

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Net Worth $ 1.5 Million
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Born on: 21st May 52 Born in: United States Marital status: Married Occupation: Actor, motivational speaker, wrestler, bodyguard, television personality
Born as Laurence Tureaud has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million. He is an actor, television personality, bodyguard, motivational speaker, and also wrestler. Mr. T, as he is known in the entertainment industry, was known for his roles as B.A. Baracus in the hit 1980s TV series titled The A-Team. He also had the role of being the boxer Clubber Lang in the 1982 film Rocky III. This television personality has a trademark of having an Afican Mandinka warrior hairstyle. He also has his gold jewellery and tough-guy image. It was in 2006 when he got to star in the reality show I Pity the Fool, shown on TV Land. The title of the show comes from the catchphrase of his Lang character. Before he became an actor, Mr. T spent some time playing football at the Texas A&M Prairie View. Then, he went back to Chicago to become a bouncer. It was about this time that he adopted and embraced his signature hairstyle and also sported gold chains to add to that tough reputation in Chicago security. He managed to be a bodyguard to a number of celebrities and one of them was Sylvester Stallone who helped Mr. T land a part in the 1982 drama Rocky III being Rocky Balboa’s rival. Mr. T also got to have his own cartoon series named Mr. T’s Commandments. The aim of the said cartoon was encouraging young people in making positive life choices. However, this actor had to withdraw from the limelight due to his T-cell lymphoma battle back in 1995. Today, he busies himself being an active motivational speaker appearing in various TV reality shows like I Pity the Fool. The concept behind the show is his desire to help and advice individuals on how they can make positive choices.
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