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How rich is Zacarias Manuel De La Rocha?

Zacarias Manuel De La Rocha Net Worth:
$25 Million

Birth date: January 12, 1970
Birth place: Long Beach, California, USA
Height:5' 10" (1.78 m)
Profession: Soundtrack, Composer
Education: University High School
Nationality: American
Parents: Olivia Lorryne Carter, Robert de la Rocha, Killing In The Name, Bulls on Parade, Guerilla Radio
Music groups: Rage Against the Machine, One Day as a Lion, Inside Out, Killing In The Name, Bulls on Parade, Guerilla Radio
Movies: Rage Against the Machine, Live at Finsbury Park, Zapatista
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Zacarias Manuel De La Rocha Net Worth:

Zack de la Rocha Net Worth $25 Million

De la Rocha became a vegetarian as a teenager. He met Tim Commerford in elementary school and in junior high the future Rage Against the Machine band mates played guitar in a group called Juvenile Expression. De la Rocha had an admiration of punk rock bands via an early age including The Clash, Sex Pistols, and Bad Religion. In high school, he joined the group, Hardstance, which evolved into the hardcore band, Inside Out in 1988 and got a big national underground following. After Inside Out broke up in 1991, de la Rocha embraced hip hop and started freestyling at local nightclubs, which can be where he met guitarist Tom Morello, who had been impressed by de la Rocha’s lyrics, and convinced him to join him in forming a group. The group was named for an unreleased Inside Out song, Rage Against the Machine. Rage Against the Machine was on the main stage at Lollapalooza in 1993 and was clearly one of the very politically charged bands ever to get extensive airplay from radio and MTV.

His father is a Mexican American with Jewish roots while his mom is German-Irish. His father’s childhood in Irvine sowed seeds of his social activism as he observed the discrimination endured by the Mexicans there. He also became a vegetarian while still a teen. Musically, his journey began in elementary school with a buddy, Tim Commerford. The band got enormous airplay for its politically charged music and De la Rocha’s activism took him to the floor of the UN in 1993. He afterwards left the band and went solo, before the reunion of Rage Against the Machine in 2007. De has featured in several collaborations vocally or playing his guitar.