Top 10 Amazing Fact About Ice-T

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Got his big break in the 1984 break-dancing film, Breakin'

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Stage name was inspired by author Iceberg Slim (the pen name of Robert Maupin Beck III)

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Ice-T wrote the introduction to the author's posthumously released novel Doom Fox

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 Rapped as a guest artist on the Black Sabbath album Forbidden in 1995

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Ice-T is known for his raps about street life and violence, and his influence on the gangster rap genre. He's also starred on 'Law & Order: Special Victims Unit' since 2000.

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Ice-T, born Tracy Marrow, moved to Southern Los Angelesas a child, after he lost both  of his parents to heart failure.

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Ice-T attended Palms Junior High School, beginning from eighth grade.

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He later studied at Crenshaw High School.

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He lost his mother to the cold hands of death after she passed away due to a heart attack.

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