- Got his big break in the 1984 break-dancing film, Breakin'.
- Stage name was inspired by author Iceberg Slim (the pen name of Robert Maupin Beck III). Ice-T wrote the introduction to the author's posthumously released novel Doom Fox.
- Rapped as a guest artist on the Black Sabbath album Forbidden in 1995.
- Provided the voices for video-game characters in Sanity: Aiken's Artifact and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.
- Joined the cast of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit in the second season, after a four episode guest arc turned in a regular position.
- Launched a clothing line, IceWear, in 2005.
- 1990, Grammy — Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group: Winner
- Chanel Nicole — Daughter
- Adrienne — Ex-significant Other
- Solomon Marrow — Father
- Alice Marrow — Mother
- Little Ice — Son
- Letesha Marrow — Daughter
- Darlene Ortiz — Ex-significant Other
- Coco — Wife
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