- Birth Name Raymond Anthony Lewis Jr.
- Birth Place Bartow, Florida
- Famous Name Ray Lewis
- Father Elbert Ray Jackson
- Mother Sunseria
- Net Worth $45 million
- Nationality American
- Ethnicity Afro-American
- Currently Married Yes
- Married to N/A
- Divorce N/A
- Children Ralin Lewis, Ray Lewis III, Kaitlin Lewis, Diaymon Desiree Lewis, Rayshad Lewis, Rashaan Lewis
- Religion Christianity
Raymond Anthony Lewis Jr. Ray Lewis is a former American football player who played his entire 17-years professional career with the Baltimore Ravens, having picked 26th overall in the round of the 1996 NFL Draft. He is considered one of the best linebackers in American football.
He also played college football at the University of Miami and was awarded the prestigious All-America honors for his sportsmanship. His net worth at current is estimated to be about $45 million.
Ray Lewis Early life
Ray Lewis was born on May 15, 1975, and Bartow, Florida, the United States was his birthplace. His birth sign is Taurus. He holds the nationality of United States, his ethnicity seems to be an Afro-American. He was raised alongside his four siblings Keon Lattimore, Laquesha Jenkins, Lakeisha Jenkins, and Kadaja Holloway by their parents: mother, Sunseri, and father, Elbert Ray Jackson.
Ray Lewis attended Kathleen High School and played American football. He also had shown his proficiency in wrestling. Later after completing his graduation, he continued his studied at the University of Miami and he also played football. He was very successful and plays professionally throughout his college football career.
Throughout his collegiate careers, he earned the first-team All-American honor and this embarks the fruitful signs of his future career.
Ray Lewis Professional Career
Lewis turned professional in 1996 and started his professional career with “Baltimore Ravens.” From that time he was very popular and admired and adored by his fans. In 2000, he delivered his best performance and as a result, he had a huge influence on the team wins. He also has to suffer from injury throughout his professional career. He was injured in 2002 and made his retirement in 2012.
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Career Highlights and Awards:
- 2× Super Bowl champion
- Super Bowl MVP (2000)
- 13× Pro Bowl
- 7× First-team All-Pro
- 3× Second-team All-Pro
- 2× NFL Defensive Player of Year
- NFL 2000s All-Decade Team
Turning the page of his personal life, Lewis is a private person and he kept his private life happening away from media. It seems his personal life is full of ups and downs. As he was very popular throughout his college and professional career, it seems he was also an affair throughout his high school career. However, there is no any official info about it.
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Ray Lewis Affair and Current Wife
According to rumors, Lewis was in a relationship with four women including Kimberly Arnold and Sharnika Kelly and has a total of six children including four sons and two daughters. Father of six kids, Lewis kids are Ray Lewis III, Rayshad Lewis, Rashaan Lewis, Ralin Lewis, Kaitlin Lewis, Daymon Desiree Lewis.
According to the source, Lewis have been married for 39 years. Together with his wife, he shared three children and other three with numerous women, none of whom is his wife. It seems that Lewis and his mysterious wife is living a blissful life. There are no any rumors of divorce.
His son, Ray Lewis III plays football at Coastal Carolina. His other son, Rayshad Lewis, committed to Utah State out of high school.
He is a devoted Christian and is also involved in charity and foundations. He has his own foundation called “The Ray Lewis 52 Foundation”. Even he bagged the “Act of Kindness” Award, which reveals his commitment to society.
Lewis is also known for his rivalry with Peyton Manning. He was inducted into the NFL Hall of Fame in 2018 and was recently presented the golden jacket. He broke into tears during the event and also delivered an emotional speech.
Ray Lewis Net Worth and Salary
Eventually, we can say he is one of the best names in the world of American football. He had a remarkable salary. His estimated net worth is around $45 million and was paid around $7 million as salary during his playing career.
Additionally, he opened the Ray Lewis Full Moon Bar-B-Que, which operated in Baltimore's Canton neighborhood from February 2005 until 2008. Also, he has received numerous national corporate endorsements, some of which draw upon his tough image.
He is available on social networking sites; therefore his followers can follow him on Twitter and Facebook. One can also find him on Instagram. A lot of info about his life and bio can be seen on Wiki and IMDb.
Ray Lewis Baltimore County Home
In August 2018, he sold his 28-acre Reisterstown estate for $1.8 million, which was initially listed for $2.95 million.
His house included amenities like a restaurant-inspired bar, massage and meditation space, gym, theater, billiards, swimming pool and was spread in around 28 Acres. Further, his 1981 built mansion included 4 Bedrooms, 7 - 1/2 Bathrooms.
Ray Lewis Controversy
18 years ago in 2000's super bowl, two friends Oakley Baker and Joseph Lollar were murdered in Atlanta after the Super Bowl, and Ray Lewis was testified but pleaded not-guilty for the charges but the families of these demised boys still question the involvement of the Ravens linebacker years after the incident.
Ray Lewis Day
Lewis was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Aug. 4, 2018. He was honored with a downtown parade and was given an engraved key to the city. Hundreds of fans lined the streets to pay homage to former Baltimore Ravens linebacker. Mayor Catherine Pugh proclaimed Sept. 22 as Ray Lewis Day