LL Cool J Net Worth: James Todd Smith better known by his stage name LL Cool J (short for Ladies Love Cool James), is an American rapper, actor, author and entrepreneur from Queens, New York. He is known for such hip hop hits as “Going Back to Cali”, “I’m Bad”, “The Boomin’ System”, “Rock the Bells” and “Mama Said Knock You Out”, as well as romantic ballads such as “Doin’ It”, “I Need Love”, “Around the Way Girl” and “Hey Lover”. He has a net worth of $ 110 Million. Check out the below article to know the complete information regarding LL Cool J Networth, His Salary Per Day, Per Month, Per Year, Earnings Per Show, Houses, Cars, Biography and his other Investments details.
LL Cool J Net Worth 2018 @ $ 110 Million
How much is LL Cool J Worth?
LL Cool J is an American rapper and actor who has a net worth of $110 million.
LL Cool J Salary Per Day | Per Month | Per Year & Earnings Overview
What is LL Cool J’s salary per episode of NCIS: Los Angeles? $150,000
- Record Sales 2013 – Estimated earnings from his album Authentic (26,000 copies) – $30,000
- Salary 2009 –Per episode salary from NCIS: Los Angeles until 2010 – $150,000
- Record Sales 2006 –Estimated earnings from his album Todd Smith (367,000 copies) – $370,000
- Salary 2002 – Salary from Rollerball – $1,000,000
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LL Cool J Biography | Wiki
LL Cool J was born James Todd Smith on January 14th, 1968 in Bay shore, New York. Smith took an interest in music at an early age when he began performing in his church choir. His grandfather encouraged James with his music at brought him his first mixing table at the age of sixteen. The mixing table was bought at Sears. He began recording his own songs which he sent out to various record companies.
His demo got into the hands of the folks at Def Jam recordings. Def Jam loved the demo and released his first record. The record was released under his new stage name L L Cool J which meant Ladies Love Cool James. The rap industry and America also loved Cool J because his single “I need a beat” sold over 100,000 copies. This prompted him to drop out of high school to record his first album.
His debut album, “Radio” was a huge success and went platinum with 1,500,000 sales. Beyond being a financial success it was also critical success with Cool J bringing conventional song structure which made rap friendlier to the average listener. He would follow it up in 1987 with “Bigger and Deffer”. The song “I need love” was one of the first pop-rap songs. He was much again met with both critical and commercial acclaim with the album going 2X platinum. He would return in 1989 with another album (Walking with a Panther) which would once again go platinum.
It was during this time that the hip-hop scene in the west began to emerge. The themes in the hip-hop community began to involve more gangster themes. In 1990 he released “Mama Said Knock You Out”. The album had a much rougher edged which appealed to the new face of hip-hop… It was considered another success. Sadly, his follow-up album in 1993 failed with both critics and audiences. He took two years off and began an acting career. It was during this time that he appeared in the films “The Hard Way” and “Toys”. He also starred on the NBC sitcom “In the house”. He returned to music in 1995 with Mr. Smith. The record featured tracks with Boys II Men and even covered the Michael Jackson song, “The Lady in My Life”. The music video would be one of the first hip-hop videos ever featured on VH1 and would earn LL a Grammy award. He has since released six other successful records.
Recently LL Cool J focuses more of his acting career. He has appeared in the films Halloween: H20, Deep Blue Sea, and The last Holiday just to name a few. He can currently be seen on the hit television program NCIS: Los Angeles opposite Chris O’ Donnell.
Quick Facts about LL Cool J:
|Full Name||LL Cool J|
|Net Worth||$100 Million|
|Salary||$150,000 per episode|
|Date Of Birth||January 14, 1968|
|Place Of Birth||Bay Shore, New York, United States|
|Height||6 ft 1 in (1.87 m)|
|Profession||Actor, Record producer, Writer, Author, Rapper, Singer-songwriter, Entrepreneur|
|Education||Hillcrest High School|
|Spouse||Simone Johnson (m. 1995)|
|Children||Samaria Leah Wisdom Smith, Najee Laurent Todd Eugene Smith, Nina Simone Smith, Italia Anita Maria Smith|
|Parents||Ondrea Smith, James Nunya|
|Nicknames||Ladies Love Cool James , James Todd Smith , Uncle LL , Jack the Ripper , The G.O.A.T. , L.L. Cool J , LL , Luv , Mr. Smith , The Future of the Funk|
|Awards||Hollywood Walk Of Fame (2016), Grammy Award for Best Rap Solo Performance, BET Hip Hop Awards I Am Hip-Hop Icon Award (2011), NAACP Image Awards, Teen Choice Award for Choice TV Actor: Action (2011), Soul Train Music Awards, MTV Video Music Award, MTV Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award (1997)|
|Record Labels||Def Jam Recordings, S-Bro Music|
|Albums||Radio (1985), Bigger and Deffer (1987), Phenomenon (1997), G.O.A.T. (2000), Todd Smith (2006), Exit 13 (2008), Authentic (2013)|
|Nominations||Honorary Doctor of Arts (2014e), Grammy Award for Best Rap Album/Best Rap Performance/Best Rap/Sung Performance, People’s Choice Award (1996), NAACP Image Awards, Kids’ Choice Awards, American Music Award (1988, 1992), Soul Train Music Awards|
|Movies||Slow Burn (2007), Last Holiday (2006), S.W.A.T. (2003), Deep Blue Sea, In Too Deep (1999), B*A*P*S (1997), The Hard Way (1991), All That, Charlie’s Angels|
|TV Shows||Grammy Awards (tv show), NCIS: Los Angeles (2017), Out There With Melissa DiMarco (2012), 30 Rock (TV Show, 2007), House (2005), In the House (1999)|
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