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The rapper and diversified actor Fredro Starr was born on 18th April 1971, in South Jamaica, New YorkCity USA of African-American ethnicity. Originally named Fredro Scruggs, he improvised his name when he entered Hollywood. Fredro is possibly best known as a member of the hip-hop group Onyx during the ’90s and early 2000s.
How rich is Fredro Starr? His estimated net worth is now over $2 million, his wealth being solely based on his talent in east coast hip hop and hard core hip hop music. However, unlike other celebrities, Fredro does not invest in real estate, but has a predilection for cars, and has a mind-boggling collection of luxury cars ranging from coupes to SUV’s which, if valued, may well raise the value of his net worth.
Fredro Starr Net Worth $2 Million
Fredro’s career commenced when he started his rap and hip hop music group in 1990 which he named “Onyx”, and was assisted by two others, namely Sticky Fingaz and SoneeSeeza. Together the trio performed for the first time on their album“Bacdafucup” in 1993, via UNI/Def Jam Records. “Bacdafucup” was certified platinum by the RIAA in October 1993. However, the success did not last long and Onyx temporarily broke up after the release of their album “Shut ‘Em Down” (Def Jam) in 1998.
Since then he has done some notable works in his general field, the most famous ones are Paramount in 2000 and the famous MTV film “Save the Last Dance” in 2001, and “Light It Up” (1999). He also worked on the HBO’s TV movie “Strapped” in 1993, and appeared as Quentin in WB’s television show as Moesha from 1996 to 2001. All made contributions to his net worth.
Post the disintegration of the group Onyx, Starr went solo and released numerous albums that bought him laurels “Firestarr” (2001), “Don’t Get Mad Get Money” (2003) and the recent one “Firestarr 2” (#FS2) (2013). However, in 2001 Onyx reunited and released “Bacdafucup Part II.”
Apart from direct involvement in music, Fredro’s other source of income is his multi-faceted entertainment entity, OPM (Other People’s Money).
Starr entered into a verbal combat with Curtis James Jackson III better known as 50 cents at Vibe awards in 2003. According to a well-known magazine the scuffle was initiated when the latter made some disrespectful remarks for Onyx. Starr maintained that 50 Cent should be grateful to Onyx considering the fact that the group provided him his debut album, “Shut ‘Em Down (Def Jam)” in 1998. Later the media zeroed in upon him with the DMX controversy in 2012-13.
In his personal, often very private life, Fredro Starr married Korina Longin, a well-known Croatian model in 2007 at a private event outside the knowledge of their parents, but they divorced within a year.
Starr has a lot of love and warmth for his native South Jamaica that indeed is one of the most pleasant areas of New York. He is extremely fond of his parental house and therefore has asked for the renovation of the same. Quite close to nature the house rejuvenates his spirits with its scenic beauty.
Fredro Starr information
Fredro Starr information
|Birth date:||April 18, 1971|
|Birth place:||South Jamaica, New York City, New York, United States|
|Height:||5 ft 4 in (1.65 m)|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
|Spouse:||Korina Longin (m. 2007–2008)|
|Albums:||Made in the Streets, Don't Get Mad Get Money, Firestarr, Tha Black Rock, #WAKEDAFUCUP, Triggernometry|
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|Here Comes the Sun||2015||pre-production||John|
|Diamond Ruff||2015||Diamond Ruff|
|The Eric Andre Show||2013||TV Series|
|After Hours: The Movie||2011||Rocko|
|Queen of Media||2011||Lamont|
|Ultimate MC||2011||TV Series|
|The Eddie Black Story||2009||Psycho|
|CSI: NY||2009||TV Series||Deacon|
|A Day in the Life||2009/II||Phya|
|CSI: Miami||2009||TV Series||Ricky Gannon|
|The Next Hit||2008||Rodson Gray|
|Darling Nikki: The Movie||2008||Jason|
|All Lies on Me||2007||Video||J-Dub|
|Vegas Vampires||2007||Carl Weaver|
|Forbidden Fruits||2006||Video||Brian Casey|
|Blade: The Series||2006||TV Series||Jermaine Turner|
|Loyalty & Respect||2006|
|Detroit Hoopz||2005||Video||Erick Powell|
|Almost Gangsta||2004||Short||Ice Cold|
|Dance 360||2004||TV Series||Co-Host|
|Karen Sisco||2003||TV Series||6-Pak|
|The Wire||2002-2003||TV Series||Marquis 'Bird' Hilton|
|NYPD Blue||1998-2002||TV Series||Terrell "Charles" Cooper / Leon|
|Save the Last Dance||2001||Malakai|
|Moesha||1996-2000||TV Series||Quinton 'Q' Brooks|
|Light It Up||1999||Rodney J. Templeton|
|Black & White||1999/I||Fredro Starr (uncredited)|
|Promised Land||1998||TV Series||Marley|
|In the House||1998||TV Series||Trey|
|Dangerous Minds||1996||TV Series||Kareem|
|New York Undercover||1995||TV Series||Alphonse|
|Clockers||1995||Go (as Fredro)|
|Law & Order||1994||TV Series||Tony 'G-Dog' Rowland|
|Strapped||1993||TV Movie||Bamboo (as Fredro)|
|A Day in the Life||2009/II||writer: "Love Is A Gun", "Blinded By The Light", "OnyxDomain.Com"|
|Notorious||2009||writer: "Gimme the Loot" - as Fred Scruggs|
|8 Mile||2002||writer: "Last Dayz" - as Fred Scruggs|
|Save the Last Dance||2001||"Shining Through" / performer: "Shining Through" / producer: "Shining Through"|
|Light It Up||1999||performer: "Ghetto's a Battlefield" - as Fredro / writer: "Ghetto's a Battlefield" - as Fred Scruggs|
|Blade||1998||writer: "Playing With Lightning" - as Fredro Scruggs|
|Ride||1998||writer: "The Worst" - as F. Scruggs|
|A Brother's Kiss||1997||writer: "Come Clean" 1994 - as Fredro Scruggs|
|Sunset Park||1996||writer: "Thangz Changed" - as Fredro Scruggs|
|The Addiction||1995||writer: "Better Off Dead"|
|Judgment Night||1993||writer: "Judgment Night" - as F. Scruggs|
|Strapped||1993||TV Movie writer: "Throw Ya Gunz", "Bichasniguz", "Nigga Bridges", "Bacdafucup", "Attack of Da Bal-hedz" - as Fred Scruggs|
|The Next Hit||2008||associate producer|
|Onyx: 15 Years of Videos, History & Violence||2008||Video documentary executive producer|
|A Sea of Green||2014||Himself|
|Tracks||2011||TV Series documentary||Himself|
|Big Pun: The Legacy||2008||Video documentary||Himself|
|Onyx: 15 Years of Videos, History & Violence||2008||Video documentary||Himself|
|Rap Sheet: Hip-Hop and the Cops||2006||Documentary||Himself|
|The Drop||2004||TV Series||Himself|
|Beef II||2004||Video documentary||Himself - Onyx|
|American Rap Stars||2002||Video documentary||Himself|
|Outlawz: Worldwide||2002||Video documentary||Himself|
|The Making of 'Save the Last Dance'||2001||Video documentary short||Himself|
|And Ya Don't Stop: Hip Hop's Greatest Videos, Vol. 1||2000||Video||Himself (segment "Slam") (as Onyx)|
|Soul Train||1993||TV Series documentary||Himself|
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