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Tyson Ritter Wiki: Age, Net Worth, Wife, Family, Career & More

tyson ritter

Net Worth $5 Million
Name Tyson Ritter
Date of Birth 24 April 1984
Age 39 Years
Birth Place Stillwater, Oklahoma, United States
Zodiac Sign Libra
Gender Male

Tyson Ritter, aka Tyson Jay Ritter, is an American singer, actor, and model. Tyson Ritter’s net worth has an estimated total of $5 Million as of 2024. Tyson is a multi-talented artist, working as a songwriter, model, and musician. He gained fame through his music career with the band The All-American Rejects, where he served as the lead vocalist, pianist, songwriter, and bassist. The band achieved multiple platinum records.

In addition to his music career, Tyson has also ventured into acting. He has appeared in various popular films and TV shows, including Smallville (2006), The House Bunny (2008), Miss You Already (2015), Preacher (2017), Lodge 49 (2018), Peppermint (2018), Desolate (2018), Gloria Bell (2018), and Cowboy Bebop (2021). He is set to appear in an upcoming drama series called “The Idol,” created by Abel Tesfaye, Sam Levinson, and Reza Fahim.

Tyson Ritter Biography & Education

Tyson Ritter was born on 24 April 1984, his age will be 39 Years in 2024. He was born and raised in Stillwater, Oklahoma, United States, and he is currently lives in New Zealand. His nationality is American and the zodiac sign is Libra. Tyson Ritter is of White descent and he has believes in Judaism religion.

For his early education, Tyson attended Stillwater High School in Stillwater, Minnesota. He initially left school early to pursue his music career but eventually returned in 2002 to complete his graduation, as advised by his mother. However, the demands of his burgeoning music career limited his ability to further pursue formal education.

Family, Siblings & Relationships

Tyson Ritter was born to parents Tim Jay Ritter and Tracey Rains. His father, Tim Jay Ritter, works as a mechanic professionally, while his mother, Tracey Rains, is a housewife. Tyson credits his mother with teaching him good manners and helping him in life.

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Tyson Ritter with his Mother

He has two siblings: an older brother named Dr. Zack S. Ritter, who is professionally an Endodontist, and a sister named Bailey Ritter, who resides in the small town of Stillwater.

Tyson Ritter’s marital status is married as of 2024. He is married to Elena Satine, a Georgian-American actress. Their relationship began in 2012, and they became engaged in April 2013. Just eight months later, they tied the knot on New Year’s Eve.

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Tyson Ritter with his Wife (Elena Satine)

In 2020, the couple welcomed their first child, a son, while spending the pandemic in New Zealand.

Prior to Elena, Tyson dated model-turned-actress Kimberly Katherine Smith, also known as Kim Smith, from 2004 to 2008. Following their breakup, Tyson wrote the song “Gives You Hell,” which is said to revolve around their in famous breakup.

There were also rumors of Tyson having a romantic history with pop model Taylor Swift.

Physical Appearance

Tyson Ritter has a unique appearance with distinct features. He has a tall stature, standing at 6 feet 1 inch (185 cm) and maintains a slim physique, weighing around 74 kg (163 lbs). Tyson has thick and expressive eyebrows that complement his dark brown hair, which he typically styles casually. His chest measures 38 inches, his biceps are 15 inches, and his waist is 31 inches.

One notable feature is his crooked jaw, which gives him a distinctive look, especially when he smiles as his mouth tends to lean towards his right jaw. Tyson’s blue eyes add to his charming and engaging appearance. It’s important to note that Tyson identifies as a heterosexual (straight) male.

Tyson Ritter Net Worth Summary

Tyson Ritter’s net worth has an estimated total of $5 Million as of 2024. He gained his wealth primarily through his career in music as the lead vocalist and bassist of the band The All-American Rejects, which achieved significant success with album sales, royalties, and touring income. Additionally, Tyson Ritter has pursued acting roles in films and television shows, further contributing to his net worth.


Tyson Ritter, the lead singer of The All-American Rejects, met his bandmates at a high school party. After one of the original members, Jesse Tabish, left the band, they added Mike Kennerty and Chris Gaylor. They went through a few record labels, starting with Doghouse Records and later signing with DreamWorks Records and then Interscope Records.

In early 2018, they left Interscope and signed with Epitaph Records in July 2019. The band has released four albums and sold over 10 million albums and 4 million singles worldwide.

Tyson Ritter has also appeared in TV shows and movies like House, The House Bunny, Betas, and Parenthood. In 2013, he released a solo song called “Air” to fill the gap while The All-American Rejects were working on their next album.

Shortly after “Air,” Ritter wrote a song called “Collide,” which was featured on Parenthood but never officially released. You can still find it on platforms like YouTube.

Ritter was involved in the John Cusack film Love and Mercy in 2014 and was cast as Gregg Allman in a biopic called Midnight Rider, but the project was canceled due to a tragic accident on set.

In the following year, Ritter had a supporting role in the comedy-drama film Miss You Already, starring Toni Collette and Drew Barrymore.

In August 2021, Ritter was featured on the Lil Huddy single “Don’t Freak Out,” alongside Iann Dior and Travis Barker. This song was co-written by his All-American Rejects bandmate Nick Wheeler.

In 2022, Ritter starred in the family drama film Prisoner’s Daughter, where he acted alongside Kate Beckinsale and Brian Cox.

In October 2022, Ritter formed a new band called Now More Than Ever with guitarist Izzy Fontaine and keyboardist Scott Chesak. Their debut album, Creatrix, is scheduled to be released in March 2023.