Russ Parr Biography
Russ Parr is a well-known American film director, writer, and actor. Currently, Parr works as a host of o weekend show On Air with Russ, and a co-host of the TV One dating show Get the Hook-Up. Furthermore, Parr is popular for his tv show Rock ‘N’ America.
Russ Parr Age
Russ Parr was born in 1959 in California, in the United States of America. He is 62 years old.
Russ Parr Height
Parr is a man of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches tall (Approx 1.74 m).
Russ Parr Family
Russ Parr was born to his loving and caring parents in California, in the United States of America. However, Parr is a reserved person and has managed to keep his private details confidential.
Russ Parr Wife
Russ is gladly hitched to his beloved wife named Darnell Parr. Russ and Darnell are proud parents to their three adorable children and the family stays in New York.
Russ Parr Salary
He receives a good salary of $52,800 annually.
Russ Parr’s Net Worth
Russ Parr has piled up a decent fortune over the years of his work and has an estimated net worth of between $1 million – $5 million.
Russ Parr Career
His first-morning show was on an all-hip-hop station in the country called 1580 KDAY. Russ used the station studios and airwaves to provide gang intervention and addressed gang violence. While at the station, Russ started his record label known as Rapsur Records. Furthermore, Russ shifted to Dallas and got a job at 100.3 Jamz/ KJMZ-FM a morning show. He also created, wrote, and produced FLAVA TV and later sold the show.
Russ also starred in the show together with Afredas, his morning show sidekick. Moreover, Russ was offered a position as the morning show host at 93.9 WKYS based in Washington. Russ founded his nationally-syndicated morning show alongside Olivia Foxx after two years. Currently, Russ works as a host of o weekend show On Air with Russ, and a co-host of the TV One dating show Get the Hook-Up.
He debuted his acting career at ABC TV as a Production Services Director and spent eight years as a stand-up comic. His first show was during an opening act in Santa Monica for Joan Rivers. Furthermore, Russ made an appearance on McDonald and Kodak TV commercials and found several TV shows such as The Jenny Jones Show, Turnstyle as well as Martin.
In the 1980s Russ owned Rapsur Records, his recording label, where he released One Glove, Ugly Knuckle Butt, and We Like Ugly Women. Russ kicked off his directing on The Last Stand in 2006, where he directed the comedies 35 and Ticking, Something Like a Business, Love for Sale, The Undershepherd as well as the roast of John Witherspoon.