Tyson Ritter net worth: Tyson Ritter is an American singer songwriter, model, and performer best known as the lead singer and bass player for the band The All-American Rejects who has a net worth of $3 million. Tyson Ritter was born in 1984 in Stillwater, Oklahoma where he met his future fellow All-American Rejects while he was working as a bouncer to get a bash in middle school. In 2000, while still in high school, the band made a demo just labeled The All-American Rejects, with Jesse Tabish as vocalist/guitarist, Tyson Ritter as vocalist/bassist and Nick Wheeler on drums. Tabish later left the band. Tyson Ritter and The All-American Rejects are now with Interscope Records. The band has released four records to date, selling over 10 million records and four million singles. Tyson Ritter has played in television shows and films including “House MD”, “The House Bunny”, and “Parenthood”, on which he has a recurring character. Tyson Ritter is, in addition, slated to appear in the 2014 John Cusack film “Love and Mercy”. Tyson Ritter is engaged to singer-actress Elena Satine.
He graduated early to pursue his career but walked with the rest of the class a year later.
His parents are divorced.
On July 11, 2009, on his band's official Kyte TV channel, Ritter sang a song about the his relationship with Kim Smith and confirmed that they had broken up.
Is the lead vocalist of The All-American Rejects.
The dumbest thing is when fans get so nervous that they treat you like shit. I'm so fascinated by it. I'll be like, "Did ya enjoy the show?" and they'll be like, "Eh." They figure everyone is adoring you, so they'll take the opposite approach. At the very end, they're bummed that they acted the way they did, and it breaks my heart.
Stillwater was actually perfect for us.It pretty much screams unexcitement. The only thing you can do here is drink beer, have sex or write music. --On his hometown
I saw Bad Religion in Kansas City and it was amazing. Tightest band I've ever seen live.
I'd be up all night watching AC/DC, then jumping up on the table in my pajamas and pretending to be Bon Scott.
I went right out, got a bass and learned how to play it. I stayed inside the whole time during Christmas break until I could come out and join the band.
Yeah, and everybody who moves out to L.A. gets that Hollywood thing in their blood, and their second record always sounds like shit.And if we end up there,we take it back. --On Fame