Rob Stone Net Worth

How much is Rob Stone worth?

Net Worth:$2 Million
Date of Birth:September 22, 1962 (59 years old)
Gender:Male
Height:1.69 m, 5 ft 7 in
Profession:Rapper
Nationality:United States of America
Rob Stone Net Worth:
$2 Million

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Actor Rob Stone has a networth that has to be considered more than decent.

Rob Stone net worth: Rob Stone is an American actor and director who has a net worth of $2 million. Rob Stone was born in Dallas, Texas in September 1962. He is best known for starring as Kevin Owens on the television series Mr. Belvedere from 1985 to 1990. Stone appeared in the film Terminal Entry in 1987 and the TV movie Revenge of the Nerds in 1991. He also appeared in episodes of the TV series The Facts of Life, V, CBS Schoolbreak Special, Silver Spoons, Rags to Riches, 21 Jump Street, ABC Afterschool Specials, and Matlock. Stone wrote, produced, and directed the television series Shank! in 2010. He also produced and directed the documentary One Vision in 1998. In 1995 he won a CableACE Award for Recreation and Leisure Special or Series for Blue Angels: Around the World at the Speed of Sound.

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Inspirational Quotes by Rob Stone

Early on, I started realizing the power of hip hop as a fan. I remember taping DJ Red Alert and DJ Marley Marl on the radio. I recorded their shows to hear my favorite artists and songs at that time. I realized then that hip hop culture could move the world, because it was moving me.

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For me, as an executive, I never tried to be something else. You pick up things from the Clive Davis and Sean Combs of the world, but you have to do it in your own way.

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My dad was a man of integrity who taught me to always do the right thing even when nobody is watching. He ran a trucking company, and watching how he operated his business instilled a drive and work ethic that stuck with me.

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I was in a rap group when I was younger and quickly realized that wasn’t going to work out for me, but my passion for hip hop and the culture never left; it only grew.

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