Entertainment Industry got a brand new millionaire, according to Net Worth Post and Biography Net Worth.
Biography and Net Worth Post, known for keeping track of famous people’s net worth. Tyrone Evans Clark, 35, is officially a millionaire, joining ranks of Tasha Smith, Lance Gross, and Eloise Mumford.
Tyrone Evans Clark (also known as Tyrone Evans, Tyrone Clark, and TEC) is an American actor, executive producer, director, writer, author, singer, and 3D game developer who has a net worth of $1.5 million. Born on January 21st, 1986, in Chicago, Illinois, Tyrone Clark is a rising filmmaker and actor in the field of entertainment.
In 2005, he was given the title National A.C.E. of The Year by the National Exchange Club Foundation and a $10,000 scholarship for college. Around the same time the Horatio Alger Association and the Gates Millennium Scholars (GMS) Program match that amount and gave Tyrone a full-ride scholarship to cover the cost of any college of his choice. Thus, he obtained a Bachelor of Science in Game Art & Design degree from The Art Institute of California – Los Angeles and then trained at Casting360 and the LA Acting Studio with the acting instructor David Rountree.
Tyrone makes his first big television appearance in Investigating Free Money (U.S. Farm Report) with Kevin Trudeau in 2010. On the show, he opens up to the reporter Misha Dibono (Actress) regarding his life as a homeless man and his financial status. As a result of this more television and film opportunities came Tyrone’s way.
He lands a starring role in Phone Swap, a TV series on FOX Network. He starred in a few Snapchat / Vertical Networks’ shows, such as My Ex-BFF Court, How Low Will You Go: Snapchat (TV Mini-Series), etc. Tyrone has also been on “E! Entertainment’s Dating #NoFilter” as well as “Lifetime’s Seatbelt Psychic”. He even makes an appearance on BET’s Running Out of Time, Netflix’s Velvet Buzzsaw, and Netflix’s Magic for Humans. AXS TV grants Tyrone a recurring role on Women of Wrestling as the Papua New Guinea Warrior for a few seasons. Furthermore, he co-starred with Sunkee Angel and Rickey Thompson in the 2019 Awesomeness TV’s Tri Me. In addition to performing in films and TV series, he made appearances in music videos for several musical bands and musicians including Macy Gray, Planet Asia, Starset (Rock Band), gnash, etc.
In 2020, Tyrone becomes a filmmaker and produces the award-winning film Homeless Sam & Sally – The Movie. This bold move resulted in over 24 wins and 13 nominations. Some of the awards include Prague International Monthly Film Festival for Best Feature/Comedy – Honorable Mention and Couch Film Festival for Best Director.
Tyrone said he knew he had to start somewhere and he wasn’t going to stop until he got what he wanted.
His company Tyrone Evans Clark Incorporation has also won awards for Homeless Sam & Sally. According to Wikitia, Clark founded his brand, Tyrone Evans Clark Inc. in 2012, under which he started taking freelance projects relating to computer games, television, advance technology, software development, robotics, and others. Tyrone‘s unique company structure allowed him to create advanced technology for some big clients such as Beckman Coulter Diagnostics and Qualcomm.
“Along with a strong belief in your own inner voice, you also need laser-like focus combined with unwavering determination,” says Larry Flynt, president of Larry Flynt Publications.
Tyrone informed us, he’s made a determination to prove to the world that hard work really pays off. Yahoo Finance reports that Tyrone owns the entirety of his creative output, which includes the technology that is created by his company and any type of digital media.
For over a decade, people have been finding all types of ways to become millionaires. Some establish their own business while others might come up with the next big idea or just decide to go into the entertainment field like Tyrone Evans Clark. At the end of the day, success doesn’t come overnight. You got to be willing to work hard and stay in the game even when it’s tough in spite of the economy or frequently being rejected at acting auditions. Yes; life is a challenge sometimes, but life can be our friend too.