Tracee Ellis Ross Net Worth

Tracee Ellis Ross: Net Worth and Amassed Wealth

Tracee Ellis Ross Net Worth:
$16 Million

Tracee Ellis Ross Net Worth

Tracee Ellis Ross – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $16 Million
Date of birth: October 29, 1972 (51 years old)
Gender: Female
Profession: TV Actress
Nationality: American

Actress who became known for her role as Joan Clayton on the popular television series Girlfriends. In 2014, she began playing Rainbow Johnson on the ABC comedy Black-ish and went on to star in the show’s prequel spin-off called Mixed-ish, which chronicles her early years.

She studied acting at Brown University.

In 2018, she was nominated for a Shorty Award for Best Actor for her role in Black-ish.


Tracee Ellis Ross was born as Tracee Joy Silberstein in 1972 in Los Angeles, California. She is the daughter of Motown singer and actress Diana Ross and music business manager Robert Ellis Silberstein, and is of Jewish ancestry on her father’s side. Ross has two sisters named Rhonda and Chudney, as well as two half-brothers named Evan and Ross. Additionally, she has three step-siblings from her mother’s remarriage to Arne Næss Jr.: Katinka, Christoffer, and Leona. As a youth, Ross went to the Dalton School in Manhattan and Riverdale Country School in the Bronx. She subsequently attended boarding school at the Institut Le Rosey in Rolle, Switzerland. For her higher education, Ross went to Brown University, graduating with a degree in theatre in 1994. She went on to work in the fashion industry as a model and contributing fashion editor to New York and Mirabella magazines.

Tracee Ellis Ross Net Worth
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Personal Life

She is the daughter of legendary singer Diana Ross and half sister of actor Evan Ross.

She appeared in the TV film Labor Pains alongside Lindsay Lohan.


“I’m extremely blessed to have the extraordinary mother that I have, and I don’t mean Diana Ross, I mean the mother. My mom paved a road that didn’t exist, as did Oprah.”

— Tracee Ellis Ross

“Career-wise, there are so many things where you don’t get what you think you want. I’ve had to make space for, ‘Do I let that debilitate me and make me feel bad about myself? And make me feel like I need to change myself in some way?’ Because I think changing myself is very different from growing and learning.”

— Tracee Ellis Ross

“The national treasure that is Diana Ross is a dim light compared with who she is as a mother. My mom paved the way not only for my career but also for who I am as a human being.”

— Tracee Ellis Ross

“My goal is to make space for my selfhood. All of it. All of me, not just the parts I like or think that others like but all of it.”

— Tracee Ellis Ross

“My goal is not necessarily to be an inspiration. I think, if anything, I want to continue to be inspired and to continue to grow as a person.”

— Tracee Ellis Ross