• Letesha Marrow is the daughter of American musician and TV personality Ice-T.
• She is a TV personality herself, appearing in shows such as "Ice Loves Coco" and hosting her own show "T-Tea-V Behind the Scenes".
• Her son Elyjah was arrested in 2014 for shooting his roommate Daryus Johnson with a stolen gun.
• She enjoys travelling, shopping, and reading books in her free time.
• Ice-T is a rapper, songwriter, actor, and writer, and has a net worth of over $40 million.

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Short Info

Net Worth$35 million, $40 million
Date Of BirthFebruary 16, 1958, February 16, 1958
SpouseCoco Austin, Carol Icet
MarkOften reflects himself in his songs
FactWas injured in a car accident in 1986, when his Porsche 914 was broadsided by another vehicle. The car accident later served as a turning point where Ice focused his skills on rapping and producing albums.
PaymentsEarned $1,000,000 from Tank Girl (1995)

Who is Ice-T’s daughter? Letesha Marrow Wiki Bio

Letesha Marrow was born in New York City, USA on 20 March 1976 – her zodiac sign is Pisces and she holds American nationality. Letesha is popular mostly for being the daughter of Ice-T, a famous American musician and a TV personality, but is also something of a TV personality herself.

Early life and education

Letesha was raised in New York City by her parents Adrienne Letesha and Ice-T – both of them were still attending high school when Adrienne gave birth to her. She is the eldest of three as she has a half-brother Tracy Marrow Jr., and a half-sister named Chanel.

She began taking singing lessons at the age of five, before attending a local high school in New York City – after matriculation, she did not enroll at college.

Career as a TV personality

Letesha launched her career as a TV personality when she created the “T-Tea-V Behind the Scenes” reality TV show, which revolves around her father Ice-T, his life and his tours – she served as the host of the show, while she was also its CEO and an assistant director. She has been appearing in the “Ice Loves Coco” reality TV show launched by her father since 12 June 2011, when it debuted in both the US and Canada – it can be watched on the E! Channel.

Love life and relationships

Letesha is allegedly married to a mysterious man since the early ‘90s, but she hasn’t shared his name or profession with the public – she gave birth to their son Elyjah Marrow in 1995. In 2014, Elyjah was arrested for shooting his roommate Daryus Johnson in the chest with a stolen gun – Daryus died of the inflicted wounds in the hospital.

In the investigation, police found marijuana in Elyjah’s apartment and he went on to admit he was selling it – he was trialed and charged with several crimes including involuntary manslaughter, possession of more than an ounce of marijuana with the intent to distribute it, and theft by receiving stolen property.

Elyjah is currently free on bond. Letesha, her husband, and their son Elyjah are currently living in Marietta, Georgia USA.

Likes and other interests

Letesha is very fond of the music industry, especially of the USA’s rap scene which she credits to her father Ice-T – she grew up listening to Snoop Dogg and Eminem, and wanted to have a career in rap herself. She is very fond of travelling, and has been on numerous tours around the US with her father, while her job with the “Ice Loves Coco” reality TV show has also helped her travel. She enjoys shopping for clothes, and reading books in her free time – her favorites are “The Notebook” and “A Walk to Remember”, both written by Nicholas Sparks.

Letesha enjoys living a lavish life, but also likes being in nature and spending her vacations on mountains or by the ocean – her dream travel destination is Miami.

Appearance and net worth

Letesha is 43 years old. She has long brown hair and brown eyes, is 5ft 4ins (1.62m) tall, and weighs around 121lbs (55kgs) – her vital statistics are 37-25-37, and she wears shoes size six. Letesha’s net worth is over $1 million, while her father Ice-T’s net worth is over $40 million.

Who is Ice-T, Letesha’s father?

Tracy Lauren Marrow, who goes by his stage name Ice-T, was born in Newark, New Jersey USA on 16 February 1958 – his birth sign is Aquarius and he holds American nationality.


Ice-T is a rapper, songwriter, actor, and a writer, but best known for his rapping career.

Ice-T was initially raised in Newark by his father Solomon and his mother Alice – Solomon was a conveyor belt mechanic while his mother was a housewife. When Ice-T was four, the family moved to live in Summit, New Jersey – his first contact with racism was at the age of seven and he credits his mother with teaching him how not to allow other people’s negativity to get to him. When he was nine his mother died from a heart attack, and Solomon went on to raise Ice-T on his own.

Two years later, Ice-T’s bicycle was stolen and he stole another person’s bicycle parts as a response, actually assembling three bicycles from these parts. After his father died of a heart attack in 1970, Ice-T lived with his aunt and her husband, before he moved to live in Los Angeles at the age of 14.

Ice-T attended Palms Junior High before switching to Crenshaw High School – he differed from other students in the way that he did not drink alcohol, didn’t smoke nor use drugs.


While there, he began reading novels, and soon got his nickname Ice-T thanks to Iceberg Slim, an author he used to read.

He launched his career as a singer when he joined The Precious Few of Crenshaw High School band – to make money, Ice-T sold marijuana and stole items from cars such as stereos, but it wasn’t enough for him to support himself and his girlfriend, who was pregnant with their daughter Letesha. He joined the Army in 1977 and spent two years in the military, where his interest in rap was born – he was discharged from the Army in 1979 due to being a single father.

He launched his rapping career in 1983, when he recorded his first single “Cold Wind Madness” – it was a major success and another hit single, “Body Rock” followed in the same year. He released his eponymous album “O.G. Original Gangster” with his band Body Count in 1991, which is believed to have set the foundations for gangsta rap. His album “Gangsta Rap” followed in October 2006, then it took him 11 years before he released his next album in 2017, entitled “Bloodlust”.

Ice-T is also an actor, making his debut appearance in the “Breakin’” movie in 1984.

He appeared alongside Denzel Washington in the “Ricochet” movie in 1991, and in the “Surviving the Game” film in 1994. He played a drug dealer named Danny Cort in the “New York Undercover” TV series in 1995, and for his performance was rewarded with an NAACP Image Award for an outstanding supporting actor in a drama series.

Ice-T began dating his second girlfriend, Darlene Ortiz when Letesha was eight years old, and the two had a son together they named Ice Tracy Marrow in 1992 – Ice-T and Darlene Ortiz married in 2002, and their second child, Chanel Nicole Marrow was born in November 2015.

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General Info

Full NameIce-T
Net Worth$35 million, $40 million
Date Of BirthFebruary 16, 1958, February 16, 1958
Height1.8 m, 1.8 m
ProfessionRecord producer, Screenwriter, Film Score Composer, Entrepreneur, Film producer, Voice Actor, Author, Film director, Rapper, Singer
EducationCrenshaw High School, Texas A&M University, Washington University in St. Louis
NationalityAmerican, American, American


SpouseCoco Austin, Carol Icet
ChildrenLetesha Marrow, Tracy Marrow Jr, Chanel Nicole Marrow, Letesha Marrow, Tracy Marrow Jr, Chanel Nicole Marrow, Elyjah Marrow
ParentsSolomon Marrow, Alice Marrow, Solomon Marrow, Alice Marrow, Ice-T, Adrienne
SiblingsTracy Marrow Jr


AwardsGrammy Award for Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group, NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series, Grammy Award for Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group, NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series
Music GroupsBody Count, Rhyme Syndicate, Analog Brothers, Uncle Jamm's Army, New Jack Hustler, 6 ’n the Mornin’, I'm Your Pusher, Body Count, Rhyme Syndicate, Analog Brothers, Uncle Jamm's Army, New Jack Hustler, 6 ’n the Mornin’, I'm Your Pusher
NominationsGrammy Award for Best Rap Solo Performance, MTV Video Music Award for Best Rap Video, MTV Movie Award for Best Breakthrough Performance, NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series, MTV Video Music Award for Best Video from a Film, News & Documentary Emmy Award for Outstanding Arts and...
MoviesSurviving The Game, New Jack City, Something from Nothing: The Art of Rap, Tank Girl, Breakin', Mean Guns, Johnny Mnemonic, 3000 Miles to Graceland, Trespass, 'R Xmas, Leprechaun In the Hood, Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo, Who's the Man?, Final Voyage, Crazy Six, Below Utopia, Rappin', The Deli, Ste...
TV ShowsIce & Coco, Ice Loves Coco, Ice-T's Rap School, Players, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Hip Hop Honors, I Get That a Lot, Retrosexual: The '80s, Ice & Coco, Ice Loves Coco, Ice-T's Rap School, Players, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Hip Hop Honors, I Get That a Lot, Retrosexual: The '80s

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