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Naked Truth Of Stevie Wynne Levine – Age, Salary, Girlfriend

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• Stephanie Wynne ‘Stevie’ Levine is a 32-year-old producer, head of production for YouTube entertainment channel ‘Rhett and Link’, and Chief Creative Officer at Mythical Entertainment.
• Her net worth is estimated at over $700,000.
• She graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in Television, Radio, and Film from Syracuse University.
• Has been romantically involved in a relationship with Cassie Cobb since 201•
• Has made several appearances in front of the camera, and is openly gay.

Who is Stevie Wynne Levine?

Stephanie Wynne ‘Stevie’ Levine was born on 4 November 1987 under the sign of Scorpio, in Harlingen, Texas USA, and is a 32-year-old producer, probably best recognized for being the head of production for the popular YouTube entertainment channel ‘Rhett and Link’, and for serving as the Chief Creative Officer at Mythical Entertainment.

How rich is she, as of now? Stevie Wynne Levine Net Worth

Stevie Wynne Levine’s net worth is estimated at over $700,000; earned from being active in the entertainment industry as a producer, and working for the famous comedy duo Rhett and Link.

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Early Life, Nationality, Ethnicity, Education

Stevie Wynne Levine spent her early years in her hometown of Harlingen, but information regarding her parents and if she has any siblings is missing. Her nationality is American, and she belongs to the white Caucasian ethnic group.

Educational Background and Internship

Upon matriculation, Stevie enrolled into Syracuse University, from which she graduated summa cum laude with her Bachelor of Science degree in Television, Radio, and Film in 2009. While in college, she did her internship at Jaret Entertainment, working as an assistant to Seth Jaret.

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It was followed by her internship at Jinks/Cohen Co., where she served as an assistant and development intern to Michael Milberg.

Career Beginnings

According to Stevie Wynne Levine’s official LinkedIn profile, her career started after she moved to Los Angeles, California. In September 2011, she landed her first job as a consulting producer at The Collective Digital Studio, based in Beverly Hills, where she remained for just four months, working concurrently at Red Hour Productions in the position of a line producer, from October to December 2011.

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In January of the following year, Stevie was hired to work as a production manager at Mondo Media, until January 2013. During her stint there, she managed the production of over 50 animated web pilots, and 270 videos for their official YouTube channel, which has garnered over two billion views in total. She was the producer of the made-for-TV comedy film “Steve Jobs: Back Of The Line”, and the short comedy film “Steve Jobs: Resurrection – iPhone 5 Parody”, both in 2012, and the 2013 TV comedy film “Steve Jobs In Making Pad”.

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She produced and directed the channel’s live show, as well as managing the production/promotional budget.

Rise to Fame and “Rhett and Link”

In January 2013, Stevie started working as a production manager for Rhett & Link, Inc., the company established by two famous YouTubers named Rhett James McLaughlin and Charles Lincoln ‘Link’ Neal, III. The duo is known for running the YouTube entertainment channel under the username ‘Rhett and Link’, which has amassed close to five million subscribers, while their videos have garnered more than 860 million views to date.

In 2013, she worked as a producer for the weekly 30-minute variety show “The Mythical Show”, and such short comedy videos as “Breaking Bad: The Middle School Musical” and “Epic Rap Battle: Nerd vs. Geek”.

Continued Success and Mythical Entertainment

In November 2014, Stevie was promoted to the position of head of production.She also served as an executive producer for the comedy series “Good Mythical MORE” (2013-16), the daily morning talk show “Good Mythical Morning” (2013-19), and the comedy series “Rhett And Link’s Buddy System” (2016-17).

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In August 2016, Stevie was formally hired as Vice President for their company Mythical Entertainment, and was promoted to the position of Senior Vice President in September of the same year. Thereafter, she worked on the comedy talk show “Ear Biscuits” (2017-19), and the comedy film “Tour Of Mythicality” (2018). Between 2018 and 2019, she even produced the comedy variety talk show “Let’s Talk About That”, which represents the spin-off from “Good Mythical Morning”. Since January 2019, she has also been serving as the Chief Creative Officer at Mythical Entertainment.

Appearances in Front of Camera

Apart from working behind the camera, Stevie has also made several appearances in front of it – in 2010, she tried herself as an actress in an episode of the short TV series “Le Typewriter”, and after being involved in collaboration with Rhett and Link, she has made a number of guest-starring appearances in such shows as “Good Mythical MORE”, “Good Mythical Crew”, and “Good Mythical Morning”. Besides that, she’s even hosted the show “Let’s Talk About That”.

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Personal Life: Appearance, Openly Gay, Girlfriend, Residence

Stevie Wynne Levine has long blonde hair and dark brown eyes. She stands at a height of 5ft 8ins (1.73m), while she weighs around 110lbs (50kgs). Her body type is slim. Regarding her sexual orientation, Stevie is openly gay, and has been romantically involved in a relationship with Cassie Cobb since 2011 – the couple’s current residence is in Los Angeles. Stevie frequently shares their together photos across her official social media accounts. They are big animal lovers and have a pet dog. In her spare time, Stevie enjoys traveling with her partner.

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The Untold Truth Of Shaun Cassidy. Where Is He Today? Wiki

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Shaun Cassidy is an American singer, producer, writer and actor, born on 27 September 1958, in Los Angeles, California USA. He’s probably best known from appearing in TV series “The Hardy Boys Mysteries” and for his number-one single “Da Doo Ron Ron”.

Early Life

Shaun Paul Cassidy is the son of actors Jack Cassidy and Shirley Jones. Shaun has two younger brothers named Patrick and Ryan. Famous actor and musician David Cassidy -born from his father’s first marriage to Evelyn Ward – was his older half-brother.

Due to his parent’s profession Shaun grew up in Los Angeles and New York, attending Solebury School for his primary education, and then Beverly Hills High School until his matriculation.

Career

Music – Rise to Fame

Shaun Cassidy signed his first recording contract with Warner Bros. Records while still in his teens. This was the first step to start recording music, which led to the release of his first, self-titled album in 1977.

The solo work reached multi-platinum, and its single “Da Doo Ron Ron” – originally recorded by girl group The Crystals in the 1950s – charted number one and won him a nomination as Best New Artist for the Grammy Awards.  The album’s second single was entitled “That’s Rock ‘n’ Roll” and charted at number-three in US, earning him international fame due to its success in Europe and Australia.

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Despite his recent huge fame and his successful live tour through the US, suddenly becoming a teen celebrity didn’t change Shaun’s humble nature: ‘The idea of being any kind of an idol is kind of embarrassing. My self-worth was never rooted in that.’

The same year Cassidy’s second album, “Born Late” was released, and unlike his first album, this one showcased many songs co-written by him. Written by Eric Carmen, its single “Hey Deanie” charted at number-seven, while the second one entitled “Do You Believe in Magic?” – originally recorded by rock band The Lovin’ Spoonful in the 1960s – didn’t have the same success, hitting number 31 on Billboard.

Despite this, the album was eventually certified platinum, though it received mixed critiques: ‘a few old Beatlemaniacs are murmuring that Shaun isn’t so bad–he likes the music more than David ever did, his covers show some feeling, and “Hey Deanie” actually rocks.

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All of which is true. And all of which is still pretty lame. In 1978 Cassidy’s third album, “Under Wraps” peaked at number 33 on Billboard, and its only charting single “Our Night” was number 80 on lists. Although the album is not considered a commercial failure, it meant a dramatic change from his previous works, and signaled Cassidy’s momentum and appeal as a teen celebrity was ending.

The song “It’s Like Heaven” includes Beach Boys’ Brian Wilson songwriting, who had previously collaborated in various songs of Shaun’s half-brother David.

Commercial Failure

In July 1979 Cassidy released his fourth album entitled “Room Service”, though its only single, “You’re Usin’ Me” didn’t chart at all on Billboard’s 200, which meant Cassidy’s biggest and first commercial failure.

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Ralph Heibutzki reviewed this work on All Music and pointed out its mistakes: ‘The real issue is a lack of distinctive material for Cassidy to call his own. He and Lloyd wrote or co-wrote all but one song – “The Letter” – so they definitely have to shoulder the blame. Cassidy might have had better luck if he’d stuck to his stripped-down guns on “Fallin’ Into You” or “Break for the Street,” whose crisp delivery and guitar work make them the best moments here.’

“Wasp” – the fifth and last studio album of Cassidy, released in 1980 – showcased covers of songs such as “Rebel Rebel” by David Bowie, and “Once Bitten, Twice Shy” by Ian Hunter. Searching for a way to reinvent his sound and career, this pop-oriented album was produced by Todd Rundgren.

Although the single “Memory Girl” became a hit in Europe, Cassidy’s efforts to create a commercially successful album were ineffective as “Wasp” was his second album in a row failing to chart in the US, and marking the end of his career as a singer.

Actor

Shaun Cassidy’s debut as an actor was as Christopher Wentworth Hewlitt in 1976’s movie “Born of Water”. Following this role – and shortly after the release of his first studio album – Cassidy was cast as Joe Hardy, the starring role in 1977’s TV series “The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries”, increasing his fame as a teen idol.

In 1979 he was cast as Roger Meyer in the drama TV movie “Like Normal People” and a year later he obtained his second recurrent role, as Dave Stoller in “Breaking Away”.

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At the start of the 1980s Cassidy’s musical career had sunk considerably, thus he decided to stay away from playing characters on TV, and decided to focus on Broadway instead, starring in “Mass Appeal”, a national tour along Milo O’Shea. He also acted in “Bus Stop” – which debuted in London – and in the one-year run of “Blood Brothers” in which he acted as his half-brother David’s counterpart.

However, the feud on stage was just for acting as Cassidy told People: ‘We don’t have traditional sibling rivalry, but we’re close. We shared a mutual experience that is kind of unique, we compared notes. But I had an advantage: I saw him go through it.’

In 1985 Cassidy returned to TV when he played David Dischinger’s character in an episode of “American Playhouse”. Next he appeared as Chad Singer in “Murder, She Wrote”, made a brief appearance in “Hospital General” in 1987, then in movie “Once upon a Texas Train” and in “Matlock”. Cassidy’s last acting appearance was in 1995, in the short film “Your Studio and You”.

Producer and Screenwriter

Cassidy successfully transitioned from a pop singer and actor to a screenwriter in the early 1990s, when he wrote the pilot for “American Gothic”. Although the series was canceled after only a season on air, its was well received by critics and obtained a passionate review in The New York Times: ‘The most original new show of the season’.

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Cassidy continued working on his writing skills, and in 1997 created the series “Roar” starring Heath Ledger, which was followed in the same year by “Players” starring Ice-T.

In 2005 Bela Bajaria of Universal Television praised Cassidy on his work, and confirmed the network’s decision to hire him as the creator and executive producer of the drama-horror series “Invasion”: ‘(he) is a talented creator and a skilled showrunner. With his vast experience in the entertainment business, he understands all angles of making a TV show. He is also a strong supervisor to other writers, and we are excited to have a deal with him’.

Where Is He Today?

Although years have passed since his last TV appearance, Shaun Cassidy is still actively working behind cameras.

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Nowadays he’s the producer and main writer of the series “New Amsterdam” premiered in 2018.

Personal Life

Marriage and Children

Cassidy married for the first time in 1979 to model Ann Pennington, with whom he had two children: Caitlin born in 1981 and Jake born in 1985. He was also Pennington’s daughter Jessica’s step-father. The marriage ended in 1993.

In 1995 Cassidy married Susan Diol, with who he had a daughter Juliet in 1998. Eight years into the marriage, they filed for divorce. In 2004 Cassidy married Tracey Lynne Turner, with whom he has four children: Caleb, Roan, Lila and Mairin. Nowadays the couple is still happily married and lives in California.

Net Worth

As a result of his successful career as singer, actor, producer and screenwriter, Shaun Cassidy has an estimated net worth of over $20 million, as of mid-2020.

Physical Appearance

Shaun Cassidy is a man of white ethnicity, who has blond-brownish hair and green eyes. His weight is unknown, but he’s 5ft 11ins (1.80m) tall.

Interesting Facts

His contract with Warner Bros. Records was signed in 1977, only a year after his high school matriculation.

As a tribute to his half-brother David, who died on 21 November 2017 of liver failure, Shaun Cassidy warmly remembered him with a photo of them together posted on his Twitter account: ‘I tried to catch him of course. I always tried to catch him. But I never could. Now, I will carry him, along with all of the funny/sad/extraordinary days we shared, none more filled with love than these last few at his side.’

David Cassidy’s music memorabilia was left to his brothers –including Shaun- as part of his last will.

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Where is John Larroquette now? About His Wife, Net Worth, Kids

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Who is John Larroquette?

American actor, producer and director John Bernard Larroquette was born in New Orleans, Louisiana USA, on 25 November 1947, making Sagittarius his zodiac sign. He’s had roles in over 100 TV series and movies, but is perhaps still known best for starring as Dan Fielding in the critically acclaimed comedy series “Night Court”, which Reinhold Weege created, and which also starred Richard Moll and Harry Anderson. It follows a fun-loving judge as he’s presiding over an urban night court, the series aired its 193 episodes from 1984 through 1992, and won 12 of its 46 award nominations.

John’s still highly active in the film industry, and has already appeared in four TV series and shows in 2023.

Education and early life

John was raised in New Orleans by his father John Edgar who served in the US Navy, and mother Berthalla Oramous (nee Helmstetter) who worked at a department store; John’s paternal grandfather John Larroquette Sr. was originally from France, and moved to the US in 1895.

John grew up being interested in music, and learned to play both the clarinet and saxophone while studying at a local elementary school; upon enrolling at Francis T. Nicholls High School, he and his new friends founded the band The New Universal Demonstration for Love, Ecstasy and Sound, aka The N. U. D. L. E. S. John was attending his final year at Francis T. Nicholls when he fell in love with acting, and thus chose to leave music behind him.

He matriculated in 1965, and because he hasn’t spoken about his further education, most of John’s fans believe that he didn’t attend college; he worked as a DJ for the following eight years, then in 1973 moved to Los Angeles, California to pursue acting.

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Roles in movies

John’s debut film role was narrating the critically acclaimed 1974 horror “The Texas Chain Saw Massacre”, written and directed by Tobe Hooper, and which starred Marilyn Burns, Edwin Neal and Allen Danziger. It follows five friends who’ve embarked on a trip, and have found a deserted house on the way, with a killer with a chainsaw waiting for them; the film won two of its four award nominations.

A couple of John’s following roles were in the 1979 comedy “The 416th”, and in 1980 the action “Stunts Unlimited” and the drama “Heart Beat”. The year 1981 saw him play Captain Stillman in the evergreen war comedy “Stripes”, directed by Ivan Reitman, and which starred Bill Murray, John Candy and Harold Ramis; it follows two friends who’ve decided to join the US Army because they’re bored. Some of John’s other notable performances in the ‘80s were in the 1982 romantic drama “Bare Essence”, the 1985 comedy “Summer Rental”, and the 1989 science fiction mystery comedy “Second Sight”.

In 1991, he played Jerry Johnson in the historical thriller “JFK”, directed by Oliver Stone, and which starred Kevin Costner, Gary Oldman and Jack Lemmon. The movie’s an investigation into the death of US President John Fitzgerald Kennedy, and it won 19 of its 62 award nominations, including Oscar wins for Best Cinematography and Best Film Editing.  The year 1994 saw John play Laurence Van Dough in the popular family comedy “Richie Rich”, while he was then cast to appear in the 1997 crime drama “The Defenders: Payback”.

What marked the 2000s for John was perhaps portraying Vaughn Smallhouse in the 2006 mystery comedy “Southland Tales”, written and directed by Richard Kelly, and which starred Dwayne Johnson, Sarah Michelle Gellar and Seann William Scott. It follows the life of an action star who’s suffering from amnesia, and the movie won one of its four award nominations.

John’s following notable performance was portraying Ray Lapine in the 2017 drama “Camera Store”, written and directed by Scott Marshall Smith, and which starred Angela Jones, Justin Lieberman and Maddie McCormick; it follows a group of people working at a camera store as film is transitioning to digital.

John’s three most recent film roles have been in the 2018 comedy “Three Rivers”, the 2020 comedy “Keep Hope Alive” and the 2022 crime horror thriller “Texas Chainsaw Massacre”.

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Roles in TV series

John made his debut TV series appearance in the 1975 episode “Steinberg and Son” of the comedy “Sanford and Son”, then from 1976 through 1978, he played 2nd Lieutenant Robert ‘Bob’ Anderson in the popular action adventure “Black Sheep Squadron”, which starred Robert Conrad and Simon Oakland, and follows the adventures of US Major Gregory ‘Pappy’ Boyington who fought with the US Marine Attack Squadron 214 during World War II; the series was nominated for three awards.

John started off the ‘80s by appearing in an episode of the science fiction family comedy “Mork & Mindy”, the drama “Cassie & Co.” and the comedy “Nine to Five”; he spent the decade focused mostly on shooting for the above mentioned series “Night Court”.

From 1993 through 1996, he played John Hemingway in the comedy “The John Larroquette Show”, starring alongside Liz Torres and Daryl Mitchell; the series follows a former alcoholic who’s become the manager of a city bus station, and it won four of its 22 award nominations.

Some of John’s most notable performances in the 2000s were perhaps in the crime mystery “The Practice”, the comedy “Happy Family” and the romantic comedy “Joey”.

From 2014 through 2018, John starred as Jenkins, aka Galahad, in the action adventure comedy “The Librarians”, created by John Rogers, and which also starred Rebecca Romijn and Christian Kane; it follows a group of librarians as they’re searching for an ancient artifact, and the series was nominated for 10 awards.

John’s three most recent roles in TV series have been in five episodes of the 2019 action adventure “Blood & Treasure”, five episodes of the 2020 crime drama “The Good Fight”, and 14 episodes of the 2023 comedy “Night Court”.

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Other credits

John has four producing and five directing credits, while some of his most notable directing work was the 2006 mystery movie “McBride: Fallen Idol”, the 2007 “McBride: Semper Fi”, and the same year “McBride: Dogged”.

Some of his recent talk-show appearances have been in “Today”, “Entertainment Tonight” and “Dish Nation”.

Awards and nominations

John’s won six of his 19 award nominations. He won five Primetime Emmys from 1985 through 1998 for his performances in “Night Court” (x4) and “The Practice”, and for the latter he also won a 1998 Viewers for Quality Television Award for Best Recurring Player.

Love life and relationships

John rarely speaks about his love life in interviews, but it’s still widely known that he’s been married to his second wife for close to five decades now. He had previously been married to Bertie Good; they exchanged vows on 22 September 1969, but the date of their divorce remains undisclosed.

He met American stage actress Elizabeth Ann Cookson in 1974, when they appeared together in the play “Enter Laughing”; they married on 4 July 1975, in a small and private ceremony, and Elizabeth has given birth to their two sons, Benjamin and Jonathan. Elizabeth also has a daughter from a previous relationship, whom John’s adopted.

John hasn’t spoken about other women whom he’s maybe dated, he’s married to his second wife Elizabeth Ann Cookson as of April 2023, and they have two sons together.

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Interesting facts and hobbies

John was an alcoholic throughout the ‘70s, but has been sober since 6 February 1982.

John loved to play Nintendo Game Boy while shooting for “Night Court”, and his favorite video game was “Super Mario Land”.

He’s not a fan of horror movies, and though he’s narrated several, he’s yet to watch any of them.

John’s a fan of football, and his favorite team’s the New Orleans Saints of National Football League (NFL).

His favorite actor’s Jack Nicholson, while some of his favorite movies include “Anger Management”, “Mars Attacks!” and “The Pledge”.

Height, eyes and wealth

John’s age is 75. His eyes are brown and hair’s grey, he’s 6ft 4ins (1.94m) tall and weighs around 200lbs (92kgs).

John’s net worth’s been estimated at over $9 million, as of April 2023.

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How Ronnie Radke Overcame Addiction and Found Redemption in Rock

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Who is Ronnie Radke?

Famous American singer-songwriter and record producer Ronald Joseph ‘Ronnie’ Radke was born in Las Vegas, Nevada USA, on 15 December 1983, making Sagittarius his zodiac sign. He’s probably known best for being the former lead singer of the rock ‘n’ roll band Escape the Fate, while he’s today the lead singer of the rock ‘n’ roll band Falling in Reverse.

Education and early life

Ronnie was raised in Las Vegas alongside his brothers Matthew Radke and Anthony James Radke, by their father Russell Radke; their (unnamed) mother was a drug addict and rarely spent any time at home. Ronnie’s brother Anthony died in a car crash in 2013, aged 33.

Ronnie began playing the guitar while attending a local elementary school, and started off by learning Blink-182 songs. He became serious about music while attending a local high school, and founded several bands during his time there; he once ran away from home to play with his friends, and claimed that their band sounded ‘just like Blink-182’. Ronnie spent some time living with his best friend Mitch, prior to spending some time living with his mother.

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He and his band performed a few times at Huntridge and Chain Reaction in Las Vegas, the after they disbanded, he returned home and continued living with his father and brothers. Ronnie enrolled at high school again, but then also dropped out again. At the age of 17, he founded the band True Story together with Max Green, and with them recorded the songs “The Worst Time” and “Listen Up!”, which he had previously written in 1998.

Career as a musician

In 2004, aged 20, Ronnie was suggested to Bryan Mooney who was looking for a vocalist for his band; he was impressed with Ronnie’s skills, and after Robert Ortiz was selected as their drummer, they founded Escape the Fate; not long after this, Omar Espinosa became their rhythm guitarist, and Carson Allen their keyboardist.

The year 2006 saw Escape the Fate record the demo “Escape the Fate EP” and sign with Epitaph Records; on 26 September of the same year, they released their debut album “Dying Is Your Latest Fashion”.

Ronnie was already on probation when he was arrested in 2008 for owning brass knuckles, and was sentenced to spend 2.5 years behind bars, and was thus kicked out of Escape the Fate and replaced by Craig Mabbitt. Ronnie and Craig entered a feud while he was in jail, as Craig often insulted Ronnie during Escape the Fate’s live performances, while Ronnie responded on social media networks; Craig then began dating Ronnie’s former girlfriend – hostilities only ended in 2014, when Escape the Fate and Ronnie’s new band both headlined the Bury the Hatchet tour.

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Ronnie began writing new music while incarcerated in High Desert State Prison, and together with Nason Schoeffier founded Falling in Reverse; the first idea for the band’s name was From Behind These Walls. Ronnie was released in December 2010, and in the same month released the Falling in Reverse’s debut single “Raised by Wolves”. on 26 June 2011, they signed a contract with Epitaph Records, and released their debut album “The Drug in Me Is You”. Their second album “Fashionably Late” came out on 18 June 2013, and both albums reached the top 20 on US Billboard charts; the band’s third album “Just Like You” was released on 17 February 2015, and their fourth and most recent album “Coming Home” came out on 7 April 2017. They revealed on 5 January 2022 that they were working on their upcoming extended play (EP) “Neon Zombie”.

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Since May 2013, Ronnie’s also been working on his solo career. He launched his self-titled YouTube channel on 31 May 2013, and on the same day released his single “Fair-Weather Fans”, and a day later, he released his second song “What Up Earth?” The first single “Blacklist” from his to-be-released mixtape was uploaded onto his YouTube channel on 5 July 2013, but the mixtape hasn’t been released to this day. Ronnie then feuded with the band I See Stars and the record label Sumerian Records, releasing the diss track “I Wash Cars”; the founder of Sumerian Records Ash Avildsen responded with his own diss track “When Ronnie Met Sally”, but the feud has since been resolved.

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Love life and relationships

Ronnie hasn’t disclosed many details about his love life, but there are two women whom he’s been with, that his fans know about. He began dating American model Crissy Henderson in 2010, and they have a daughter together; the two became engaged in 2012, but broke up in the following year because of Ronnie’s inability to be faithful.

Since 2018, he’s been in a relationship with famous British professional wrestler Saraya Jade Bevis, aka Saraya; she’s probably known best for the time which she spent in World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) under ring name Paige. There are rumors circulating the internet today, claiming that Ronnie and Saraya have married, but these haven’t been confirmed.

Ronnie’s in a long-term relationship with Saraya Jade Bevis as of April 2023, he hasn’t married and has a daughter with former girlfriend Crissy Henderson.

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Interesting facts and hobbies

Ronnie’s denounced religion because of how it treats the LGBT community, stating that he found hypocrisy in the fact that Christianity once condemned gay people, and is now all of a sudden accepting them.

He’s co-written his memoir “I Can Explain” with American journalist Ryan J. Downey, and it was published in 2023.

Ronnie’s followed by more than 1.2 million people on Instagram, but has posted only 14 pictures onto the network. His band’s YouTube channel “Falling In Reverse” today numbers nearly 700,000 subscribers, while all of their 130 videos combined have been watched close to 250 million times.

Ronnie’s favorite Hollywood actor is Vin Diesel, while some of his favorite movies include “XXX: Return of Xander Cage”, “The Fast and the Furious” and “The Pacifier”.

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Height, eyes and wealth

Ronnie’s age is 39. He has brown eyes and black hair, is 6ft (1.85m) tall and weighs around 175lbs (79kgs).

Ronnie’s net worth’s been estimated at over $4 million, as of April 2023.

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