Tyson Ritter (Parenthood) Wiki and Bio
Tyson Ritter was born on 24 April 1984, in Stillwater, Oklahoma, USA, which means that he is 34 years old and his zodiac sign is Taurus. Tyson, whose nationality is American, is best known as a singer and the front man of The All-American Rejects band. Besides that, he is an actor, and in that field has worked on “Gloria Bell” and “Peppermint” among others.
So just how rich is Tyson Ritter as of early 2019? According to authoritative sources, Ritter has a net worth of $3 million, with his wealth being accumulated from his career in the previously mentioned field. However, he hasn’t shared any information regarding his assets such as houses or vehicles, nor about his annual income, but he is seemingly able to financially support himself.
Ethnicity and Background
Speaking about Tyson’s ethnicity, he is Caucasian and has dark hair and blue eyes, which suits his complexion perfectly. Judging from the photos available on the internet, this singer is tall and has a fit figure, but good looks is just one of his many assets. He is the son of Tracy Lee Rains and Tim Jay Ritter, and has a brother named Dr. Zack S. Ritter, and a sister named Bailey.
Regarding his relationship status, Tyson has been married to fellow actress Elena Satine since 2013, and the couple seems to be living a happy life together. They don’t have any children, but who knows what the future holds for them? Tyson’s wife was born on 24 November 1988, which means that she is 30 years old – she made her acting debut in “Ripple Effect” in 2007, and has since worked on numerous projects, such as “Smallville”, “Magic City”, “Poirot” and “Zipper”. In 2014, she played the role of Louise Ellis in “Revenge” and in 2017 appeared in nine episodes of “The Gifted”. Overall, she has had 32 acting gigs.
Being in the entertainment field, Ritter is naturally active on social media, and uses his accounts to promote his work as well as to communicate with his fans. He has almost 80,000 followers on Twitter, and some of his latest posts include a tweet reading “to be driven mad by music, ultimately and purely without influence, is such a beautiful and haunting discovery in which no other flesh covered mortal can interrupt or come between”. He has also shared the dates of his tour with The All-American Rejects, and his fans are seemingly excited to see him – they often write about him and his band, and one enthusiast has recently spoken about how much he loves their song “Move Along”, with the tweet “Can’t explain it. It just always makes me smile. And it pisses me off cuz it’s not even remotely in my wheelhouse.”
Tyson is also active on Instagram, and often shares photos from his private life, allowing his fans to take a closer look at what’s going on behind the scenes. He has recently posted an artsy photo of himself, which his fans seem to have loved.
Tyson made his acting debut in 2007, when he was a guest star in an episode of the critically acclaimed medical drama series “House”, and followed by working on “The House Bunny” in the same year. He then went on to land several minor roles, and most importantly in 2013 he landed the role of Dane in “Betas”, ultimately appearing in five episodes of the series over the course of a year. Continuing to have a lot on his plate, the actor and singer joined the cast of “Parenthood”, in which he played Oliver Rome and collaborated with actors such as Peter Krause, Lauren Graham, Dax Shepard, Monica Potter and Erika Christensen. The mentioned TV series also gave him a chance to become better known among the media, and establish himself in the acting world. In 2015 Ritter had numerous projects, such as “Miss You Already” and “Wicked City”, and in 2017 he began appearing in “Preacher”, a TV series which follows the story of a preacher who seeks help from a vampire and his ex- in his quest to finding God. In 2018, the actor played the role of Homeless Sam in “Peppermint”, and Avery in “Lodge 49”. Overall, he has had 23 acting gigs, but there is surely more to come for him, as he is talented and hardworking.
In 2005, The All-American Rejects released the album entitled “Move Along”, which featured songs such as “Dirty Little Secret”, “Stab My Back”, “Top of the World” and “Change Your Mind” – the album received a generally positive response from critics and the audience. The band followed by recording another album, “When the World Comes Down”, which featured 12 tracks, such as “Gives You Hell”, “The Wind Blows” and “I Wanna”, and received a positive response as well. Most recently the band recorded the album “Kids in the Street”.