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How rich is Ryan Tedder?

Ryan Tedder net worth:
$30 Million

Ryan Tedder information

Ryan Tedder information

Birth date: June 26, 1979
Birth place: Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States
Height:5 ft 8 in (1.74 m)
Profession:Singer, Record producer, Songwriter, Musician, Multi-instrumentalist, Actor
Nationality:United States of America
Spouse:Genevieve Tedder (m. 2007)
Children:Copeland Cruz Tedder

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Ryan Benjamin Tedder, born on 26 June 1979 in Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA, is a famous producer, singer,  actor and songwriter, however, Tedder is probably best known as the leader of the pop rock band OneRepublic, for whom he writes songs too, and also helps to produce them for such world-wide known celebrities as James Blunt, K`naan, Demi Lovato, Leona Lewis, Kelly Clarkson, Ella Henderson, Adele, Maroon 5, and Beyonce among many others. Collaboration with such famous musicians has certainly helped Ryan to increase his net worth.

So just how rich is Ryan Tedder? Sources estimate that Ryan Tedder’s net worth is $30 million, virtually all of it accumulated through his various activities in the music industry.

Ryan Tedder Net Worth $30 Million

Ryan Tedder`s family was very religious, and it’s not surprising that Ryan became interested in music in childhood, as both of his parents dedicated their lives to music: mom was a school teacher and his father was a musician. Ryan started playing piano when he was only three years old, and singing when he was seven years old. A couple of years later, Ryan showed his skills at imitating his favourite artists, including as a fan of Sting, The Beatles, and Stevie Wonder. When he was a teenager, Ryan continued singing with various bands as well as in church and school choirs.

Ryan Tedder graduated from Oral Roberts University, Oklahoma with a degree in Public Relations and Advertising. Later he moved to Colorado, where he met another member of OneRepublic, Zach Filkins as they belonged to the same soccer team. Ryan Tedder’s net worth started growing when he was 21 years old, when he won an MTV show competition ; his finale`s song was The Look. The winner was supposed to get a chance to sign a contract with a music management company Free Lance Entertainment, however, Ryan later revealed that this deal was fake and no album has been released through this company. From 2002 to 2004 Tedder worked alongside Timbaland, which collaboration helped Ryan to accumulate considerable net worth. Tedder also received substantial revenues from collaborating with Jennifer Lopez on her single Do It Well.

As for OneRepublic, there are five members in the group, and Tedder sings lead vocals and plays guitar and piano, too. The band has received many nominations and awards, and in 2010 became a Band of the Year by ESKA Music Awards (Poland).

Ryan Tedder is very talented at producing and song writing, as well as being a very accomplished musician, as proven by the success of such hits as Halo, Counting Stars, Bleeding Love, and Apologize, all of them written by Ryan Tedder, and all becoming best-selling singles.

Aside from his music career, and in his personal life, Ryan Tedder is married to Genevieve, and the couple has two sons. Ryan expressed his feelings for Genevieve in OneRepublic`s debut album Dreaming Out Loud. Ryan became involved with Southern Hospitality, a restaurant co-created in 2007 by Justin Timberlake  in Manhattan when it opened a second location in Hell’s Kitchen Manhattan. In 2011, Tedder became the first franchisee of the Southern Hospitality BBQ brand with plans to bring the concept in ten other cities across the USA.

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Won awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2016GrammyGrammy AwardsAlbum of the Year· Taylor Swift (artist/producer)
· Jack Antonoff (producer/engineer/mixer)
· Nathan Chapman (producer/engineer/mixer)
· Imogen Heap (producer/engineer/mixer)
· Max Martin (producer)
· Mattias Larsson (producer)
· Robin Fredriksson (producer)
· Ali Payami (producer)
· Shellback (producer)
· Noel Zancanella (producer)
· Mattias Bylund (engineer/mixer)
· Serban Ghenea (engineer/mixer)
· John Hanes (engineer/mixer)
· Sam Holland (engineer/mixer)
· Michael Ilbert (engineer/mixer)
· Tom Coyne (mastering engineer)
2012GrammyGrammy AwardsAlbum of the Year· Jim Abbiss (Producer Engineer/Mixer)
· Adele (Producer)
· Paul Epworth (Producer)
· Rick Rubin (Producer)
· Fraser T. Smith (Producer Engineer/Mixer)
· Dan Wilson (Producer)
· Philip G. Allen (Engineer/Mixer)
· Ian Dowling (Engineer/Mixer)
· Tom Elmhirst (Engineer/Mixer)
· Greg Fidelman (Engineer/Mixer)
· Dan Parry (Engineer/Mixer)
· Steven Price (Engineer/Mixer)
· Mark Rankin (Engineer/Mixer)
· Andrew Scheps (Engineer/Mixer)
· Tom Coyne (Mastering Engineer)

Nominated awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2017Golden GlobeGolden Globes, USABest Original Song - Motion PictureSing (2016)· Stevie Wonder
· Francis Farewell Starlite
2017GrammyGrammy AwardsAlbum of the Year· Danger Mouse (producer)
· Samuel Dixon (producer)
· Paul Epworth (producer)
· Greg Kurstin (producer)
· Max Martin (producer)
· Ariel Rechtshaid (producer)
· Shellback (producer)
· The Smeezingtons (producer)
· Cameron Craig (engineer)
· Jan Holzner (engineer)
2016GrammyGrammy AwardsAlbum of the Year· Taylor Swift (artist/producer)
· Jack Antonoff (producer/engineer/mixer)
· Nathan Chapman (producer/engineer/mixer)
· Imogen Heap (producer/engineer/mixer)
· Max Martin (producer)
· Mattias Larsson (producer)
· Ali Payami (producer)
· Shellback (producer)
· Noel Zancanella (producer)
· Mattias Bylund (engineer/mixer)
· Serban Ghenea (engineer/mixer)
· John Hanes (engineer/mixer)
· Sam Holland (engineer/mixer)
· Michael Ilbert (engineer/mixer)
· Tom Coyne (mastering engineer)
2016HMMA AwardHollywood Music In Media Awards (HMMA)Best Original Song - Animated FilmSing (2016)· Stevie Wonder (music, lyrics, and performed by)
· Ariana Grande (performed by)
2015GrammyGrammy AwardsAlbum of the Year· Beyoncé Knowles (artist/producer)
· Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie (featured artist)
· Drake (featured artist)
· Jay Z (featured artist)
· Frank Ocean (featured artist)
· Ammo (producer)
· Boots (producer/engineer/mixer)
· Noel Fisher (producer)
· Jerome Harmon (producer)
· Hit-Boy (producer)
· The Dream (producer)
· Caroline Polachek (producer/engineer/mixer)
· Noah Shebib (producer/engineer/mixer)
· Tim Mosley (producer)
· Justin Timberlake (producer)
· Pharrell Williams (producer)
· Rob Cohen (engineer/mixer)
· Andrew Coleman (engineer/mixer)
· Mike Larson (
2012GrammyGrammy AwardsProducer of the Year (Non-Classical)
2012VMAMTV Video Music Awards (VMA)Best Video with a Message· Gym Class Heroes
2010GrammyGrammy AwardsRecord of the Year· Jim Caruana (Engineer/Mixer)
· Beyoncé Knowles (Artist/Producer)
· Mark Stent (Engineer/Mixer)

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1A lifelong fan of Stevie Wonder, the first song Ryan ever learned to play on the piano was, "I Just Called to Say I Love You".
2Father to two children with wife Genevieve, sons Copeland Cruz Tedder (August 2, 2010) and Miles Tedder (September 2014).
3Big fan of the Denver Broncos.
4One of his favorite films is The Goonies (1985).
5In 2011, he and his band-mates, from OneRepublic, announced they will donate $10,000 to aid a cure in their fan's top concern: famine.
6His favorite vehicle is the FJ44 but loves anything made by Icon.
7While in Osaka, he got Japanese characters and their sun tattooed on his forearm which translates into English as "God gives & God takes".
8Tattooed "pari passu" on his ankle which translates from Latin to English "with equal step".
9Loves the carbonated beverage "Tru-Blood".
10Has his own record-label named Patriot Records.
11Some of his all-time favorite songs are "Wonderwall" by Oasis, "Freedom" by George Michael and "Mysterious Ways" by U2.
12Often works with artists Natasha Bedingfield and Leona Lewis.

1There are songs that fly up the charts because of the zeitgeist, but if you're too attached to the current sound, that song will be time-stamped...So we try to make stuff that doesn't sound dated.
2I think it's our responsibility as a band, and what separates us from everyone else...I felt a responsibility to actually write and sing about things that have a level of human gravity to them. If everybody else sings about sex and love and lust and money, then somebody's gotta be singing about life and faith and hope and things of that nature. And in the pantheon of their esteemed career, they've had two #1 hits, and I think both were 25 years ago. It's not about that - it's about what songs feel real. I'd rather have a song that peaks at #15 that's meaningful and embedded in the cultural framework we live in than a #1 song that explodes for five seconds, becomes the dance hit of the summer, then goes away.
3One of the challenges for me each time is how do I write something that I love, that I believe in, that's different and interesting, that pushes me, but is not too complicated.

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