Tyler James Williams Net Worth 2023

Tyler James Williams is an American actor. He began his career as a child actor, making several appearances on Saturday Night Live, Little Bill, and Sesame Street. Williams later rose to prominence for playing the role of Chris Rock on the UPN/CW sitcom Everybody Hates Chris.

Tyler James Williams Net Worth 2023
Tyler James Williams Net Worth 2023

Tyler James Williams Net Worth 2023

Net Worth: $5 Million
Date of Birth: Oct 9, 1992 (30 years old)
Place of Birth: Westchester County
Gender: Male
Height: 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)
Profession: Actor, Singer, Rapper, Voice Actor
Nationality: United States of America

Early Life

Туlеr Јаmеѕ Wіllіаmѕ was born on the 9th of October 1992, in Westchester County, New York. As a child, he was raised in Yonkers, New York. He is the oldest son of Le’Roy and Angela Williams, his father is a former police sergeant and a teacher while his mother was a singer-songwriter. Williams grew up alongside two younger brothers namely Туlеn Јасоb Wіllіаmѕ аnd Туrеl Јасkѕоn Wіllіаmѕ. Both of his brothers followed his footsteps of Tyler and they are pursuing their careers in singing and acting. His younger brother Туrеl rose to fame after being a cast member of the Dіѕnеу ХD ѕеrіеѕ called Lаb Rаtѕ, where Туrеl played the role of Јаmеѕ Рhіllірѕ and earned recognition in the television industry. Likewise, his second brother Туlеn made his name in the TV industry after being featured оn Іnѕtаnt Моm bу portraying as the family’s cousin Jamal.

Personal Life

Tyler reportedly dated actress Keke Palmer as a teenager, and he guest-starred on her show “True Jackson, VP” in 2009. Williams was later reportedly in a relationship with singer-songwriter Karina Pasian, and he appeared in her 2014 music video “Solitaire.” Tyler was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease in 2017, three years after he began experiencing symptoms. He has undergone surgery multiple times, and during his first operation, doctors removed six inches of his small intestine. Shortly after that surgery, his small intestine split in the area where he had undergone surgery, and he contracted sepsis.

Tyler James Williams Girlfriend, Family, Relationships

Tyler James Williams’s parents are LeRoy and Angela Williams. Tyler James Williams’s father’s name is LeRoy Williams who is a police commandant. His mother’s name is Angela Williams who was a musician and songwriter, so he most likely acquired his musical skills from her. He also has two sibling. His younger brother’s names are Tyrel Jackson Williams and Tylen Jacob Williams.

Awards and Achievements:

Tyler James Williams has been active in the acting field since the age of four, and the actor has earned a lot of accolades and awards throughout his successful career. He appeared in the television sitcom Everybody Hates Chris, which earned him so many awards like hаѕ wоn оnе Yоung Аrtіѕt Аwаrd іn thе category of Best Performance in a Television Series – Leading Young Actor. Furthermore, he won the Best Breakthrough Performance award at Black Reel Awards for his work in Dear White People. Tyler also received various award nominations such as NAACP Image Award, and Teen Choice Awards, among others.


Tyler’s career began when he was four years old, when he was cast as a voice artist on the show “Little Bill.” He later appeared on the television show “Sesame Street” for five years, from 2000 to 2005. As a kid artist, he gained a lot of fame and attention, and he was offered the role of Chris on the sitcom “Everybody Hates Chris.” Tyler’s life was drastically affected by the film “Everybody Hates Chris.” The show ran for four years and brought him a lot of attention and notoriety from all around the world. The show was named one of America’s top ten television shows in 2007 and received a four-star rating from the media portal “Common Sense Media” in 2008. In the year 2012, he gave an outstanding performance in the film “Let It Shine,” which also allowed him to demonstrate his musical abilities. Tyler was then offered a number of well-received roles in films and television programs, including “Peeples,” “Dear White People,” “Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders,” and others.

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