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Zack de la Rocha Wiki/Biography
Born Zacharias Manuel de la Rocha on the 12th January 1970 in Venice Beach, California USA, he is a musician, singer and songwriter, but best known to the world as the lead singer of the rap metal band Rage Against the Machine from 1991 until 2000, and again from 2007 until 2011 when the group finally disbanded. He has been involved in several other projects, including One Day as a Lion, among many others.
Have you ever wondered how rich Zack de la Rocha is, as of early 2018? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Rocha’s net worth is as high as $50 million, an amount earned through his successful career, active since the late ‘80s.
Zack de la Rocha Net Worth $50 Million
Of Mexican, Irish and German ancestry, Zack is the son of Olivia Lorryne Carter and Robert “Beto” de la Rocha, an artist and muralist; his parents divorced when he was only six years old and from his hometown he moved to Irvine, California to live with his mother.
During his junior high school, Zack befriended Tim Commerford with whom he started the band Juvenile Expression. From there, he moved on to the band Hardstance, from which the hardcore band Inside Out was formed in 1988. As a part of Inside Out, Zack is credited with a single record – “No Spiritual Surrender” – released through Revelation Records, two years following the band’s formation, but then in 1991, the band broke up.
Zack then started performing in clubs, but as a hip-hop artist, which caught the attention of the guitarist Tom Morello. The two talked and decided on forming a band, and with the addition of Brad Wilk and Tim Commerford, Zack’s longtime friend, Rage Against the Machine was formed. In 1992, the group released their debut self-titled album through Epic Records, which became successful as it achieved multiple platinum status in the US, Australia and Britain, which propelled them to stardom and increased Zack’s net worth to a large degree. In order to promote their album, Rage Against the Machine went on tour, including performing on the main stage at Lollapalooza in 1993.
Their second album – “Evil Empire” – came out in 1996, and became the first Rage Against album to peak at No. 1 on the US Billboard 200 chart, while it also achieved multiple platinum status in the US, further increasing Rocha’s wealth.
The band continued in the same rhythm, producing political songs which resulted in another No. 1 album “The Battle of Los Angeles”, released in November 1999, again adding a considerable amount to Zack’s net worth as it achieved double platinum status in the US and Canada. Before he left the group, they released one more album – “Renegades” – their least successful album, though it still achieved platinum status in the US and Australia.
Zack left the band in 2001, as he wasn’t satisfied with the freedom given to his writing talents; he became more focused on politics, but other members of the band didn’t like it and as a result, the group went on hiatus which lasted until 2007. From 2007 to 2011 they toured extensively with the last show performed at the LA Coliseum on the 30th July 2011, as the headliners of the LA Rising festival.
Aside from Rage Against the Machine, Zack was a part of the band One Day as a Lion, alongside Jon Theodore as drummer; the duo released one EP “One Day as a Lion”, before dissolving in 2011.
Since then, he has recorded several solo songs, but also collaborated with other musicians, such as for “Digging for Windows”, on which he worked with El-P, among others.
When it comes to his personal life, Zack is engaged to Carolina Sarmiento. Previously, he was in a relationship with Jenifer Chu, a beauty pageant queen.
Since finding out that his grandfather fought in the Mexican Revolution, Zck has been fighting for the rights of the Zapatista movement in Mexico, and has supported the EZLN by writing songs in their honor, including “People of the Sun” and “Without a Face”.
He has also helped the Chicano people organize music workshops, and launched the Centre de Regeneracion, where Chicano youths could develop their talents. Unfortunately, the center provided refuge for only two years, before it stopped operating.
|Full Name||Zack de la Rocha|
|Net Worth||$50 Million|
|Date Of Birth||January 12, 1970|
|Place Of Birth||Venice Beach, California USA|
|Parents||Robert de la Rocha, Olivia Lorryne Carter|
|Music Groups||Rage Against the Machine, One Day as a Lion (Since 2008), Inside Out (1988 – 1991)|
|Movies||Rage Against the Machine, Live at Finsbury Park, Zapatista, Live at Finsbury Park, Rage Against the Machine, Zapatista|
|1||Frantic rap-style Delivery|
|3||Often gives short fiery speeches during concerts that reflect his views|
|4||Profanity laden rants and lyrics|
|7||Wild, aggressive dancing and stage antics|
|1||One of the great things about young people is that they do question, that they do care deeply about justice, and they they have open minds.|
|2||Your anger is a gift.|
|3||Governor Jan Brewer and the Arizona legislature have created an environment in Arizona where performing is no longer a neutral act. They have created an environment where they can convert the normal commercial interaction between artists and their fans into the means to apply this racist law.|
|4||I'm in this band to give volume to various struggles throughout the world. To me, the tension in this band is a minimal sacrifice.|
|5||There are many Sheriff Arpaios. People who have taken to local city, county, and state governments across the county the idea that immigrants are the problem. That immigrants are to blame.|
|1||Released One Day as a Lion's self-titled EP. [July 2008]|
|2||Touring with the re-formed 'Rage Against The Machine', having just finished the Big Day Out festival concerts in Australia and New Zealand. [March 2008]|
|3||Working on his solo record with DJ Shadow and Trent Reznor. [October 2003]|
|4||Vocalist and keyboardist of the alternative rap duo One Day as a Lion, featuring former The Mars Volta drummer Jon Theodore.|
|5||Is a Vegetarian.|
|7||The lead singer of the band Rage Against the Machine. De la Rocha left the band in 2001 after he felt "they weren't taking enough musical risks." His bandmates later formed Audioslave with Chris Cornell. After Audioslave disbanded in 2007, Rage Against the Machine was revived and de la Rocha rejoined the band.|
|8||His father, Beto, was a muralist.|
|One Hit Wonderland||2012-2015||TV Series documentary writer - 2 episodes|
|My Mad Fat Diary||2013-2014||TV Series writer - 2 episodes|
|Sound City||2013||Documentary writer: "Killing in the Name"|
|Pauw & Witteman||TV Series performer - 1 episode, 2012 writer - 1 episode, 2012|
|P.O.V.||2011||TV Series documentary writer - 1 episode|
|Ruisrock - 40 vuotta rockia ja rakkautta||2011||TV Movie documentary lyrics: "Bulls on Parade" - as Zack de la Rocha|
|If a Tree Falls: A Story of the Earth Liberation Front||2011||Documentary writer: "Sleep Now In The Fire"|
|Live from Studio Five||TV Series performer - 1 episode, 2009 writer - 1 episode, 2009|
|Madden NFL 2010||2009||Video Game lyrics: "Guerrilla Radio" / writer: "Guerrilla Radio"|
|Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock||2007||Video Game writer: "Bulls On Parade"|
|Dirty Sexy Money||2007||TV Series writer - 1 episode|
|Guitar Hero II||2006||Video Game writer: "KILLING IN THE NAME OF" - as Z De La Rocha|
|Coachella||2006||Video documentary writer: "Om Nia Merican" - as Zach De La Rocha|
|Audioslave: Live in Cuba||2005||Video documentary lyrics: "Bulls on Parade/Sleep Now in the Fire"|
|Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas||2004||Video Game writer: "Killing In The Name" - as Zack M. DeLaRocha|
|Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle||2003||writer: "Sleep Now in the Fire"|
|The Matrix Reloaded||2003||writer: "Calm Like a Bomb"|
|S.P.U.N.G||2002||TV Series writer - 1 episode|
|Last Party 2000||2001||Documentary writer: "Bulls on Parade" - uncredited|
|This Is What Democracy Looks Like||2000||Documentary writer: "Guerrilla Radio"|
|Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2||2000||Video Game writer: "Guerrilla Radio" - as Zack De Rocha|
|Bamboozled||2000||performer: "Burn Hollywood Burn" / writer: "Burn Hollywood Burn"|
|The Matrix||1999||writer: "Wake Up"|
|Godzilla||1998/I||arranger: "No Shelter" - as Zack de la Rocha / writer: "No Shelter" - as Zack de la Rocha|
|Daria||1997||TV Series writer - 1 episode|
|Higher Learning||1995||lyrics: "YEAR OF THE BOOMERANG", "TIRE ME" - as Zack de la Rocha|
|Natural Born Killers||1994||lyrics: "Bombtrack", "Take the Power Back" - as Zach de la Rocha|
|Rage Against the Machine: The Battle of Mexico City||2001||Video documentary|
|Rage Against the Machine: The Battle of Los Angeles||2001||Video|
|Rage Against the Machine||1997||Video documentary|
|Children of the Revolution: Tune Back In||Documentary completed|
|Orange County Hardcore Scenester||2011||Documentary||Himself|
|The Rage Factor: Rage Against the Machine Live from London||2011||Video||Himself|
|Rage Against the Machine: Live on the BBC||2009||TV Movie||Himself|
|Last Call with Carson Daly||2007||TV Series||Himself|
|MTV Video Music Awards Latinoamérica 2003||2003||TV Special||Himself - Presenter|
|25 Years of Punk||2001||TV Movie documentary||Himself|
|Rage Against the Machine: The Battle of Mexico City||2001||Video documentary||Himself|
|Rage Against the Machine: The Battle of Los Angeles||2001||Video||Himself|
|MTV Video Music Awards 2000||2000||TV Special||Himself - Performer (as Rage Against the Machine)|
|Zapatista||1999||Documentary||Himself (Rage Against The Machine singer)|
|Free Tibet||1998||Documentary||Himself (Rage Against the Machine)|
|Rage Against the Machine||1997||Video documentary||Himself|
|The Word||1993||TV Series||Himself|
|The Ultimate Song||2002||Video documentary||Himself (member of Rage Against the Machine)|