Action Bronson Biography, Age, Height, Networth, Chef, Albums

Action Bronson Biography

Action Bronson born Ariyan Arslani is an American rapper, reality television star, talk show host as well as an author. Prior to his music career, Action worked with fire-flame gourmet in New York City as a chef.He is best known for hosting his talk/variety show The Untitled Action Bronson Show, as well as his travel program Fuck, That’s Delicious, on Viceland. He is also known as Bam Bam,Bronsoliño orMr. Baklava. In regards to his music,he signed to Warner Bros. Records in August 2012,but was later moved to Atlantic Records’ imprint, Vice Records. 

Arslani published his first book, based on his travel show in September 2017. The cookbook goes by the same title as his travel program ‘Fuck, That’s Delicious.’ on March 23, 2015, he released his major label debut album, Mr. Wonderful.

Action Bronson Age | Birthday

Bronson was born on December 2, 1983 in Flushing, Queens, New York and is 35 years old in 2018.

Action Bronson Height

Bronson stands at 1.83 m / 6.003 feet tall.

Action Bronson Parents

Bronson was born to an Albanian Muslim father and an American Jewish mother, Gloria. Growing up he had been raised in his father’s Muslim tradition and after the divorce of his parents, he helped his father run their restaurant.

Action Bronson Dr. Lecter

on March 15 2011, Bronson released his debut studio album independently released under Fine Fabric Delegates titled Dr. Lecter. The debut album was produced entirely by New York City-based music producer Tommy Mas. For easy distribution, it was made available for  both digital download ,packaged in CD-R, as well as could be found on his official website.

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Action Bronson Well Done

In November of that year, Bronson followed up with Well-Done, a collaborative studio album by the rapper and producer Statik Selektah. ”Well Done” was released by Switchblade Records and DCide Records on November 22. The album features guest appearances by Meyhem Lauren, Lil’ Fame, Nina Sky,AG da Coroner, and Maffew Ragazino.

Action Bronson Goliath Artists

In August 2012, it was announced that music manager Paul Rosenberg facilitated the signing of Action Bronson to a management deal with Goliath Artists, which also housed prolific artists such as Eminem, The Alchemist, Blink-182 and Danny Brown. Courtesy of the deal, Bronson was featured on Odd Future-rapper Domo Genesis and American hip hop producer The Alchemist’s collaborative album No Idols, on tracks “Elimination Chamber” that also featuring Earl Sweatshirt and Vince Staples. He also collaborated on “Daily News” that also featured SpaceGhostPurrp and Earl Sweatshirt.

Later that year Action Bronson joined both Warner Bros. Records, via media company VICE, and concert booking agency NUE. On November 15, 2012, Bronson released Rare Chandeliers, a collaborative mixtape with The Alchemist.

Action Bronson Coachella

In March 2013, Bronson performed at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. While at his set, he brought onstage the veteran comedian George Lopez, whom Bronson called “the motherfucking legend. Later that month was featured on XXL Magazine’s 2013 Freshman Class, which features a list of up-and-coming rappers.

Action Bronson Atlantic Records| Saaab Stories

In May 2013, Action Bronson relocated to Atlantic Records, releasing an extended play (EP) titled Saaab Stories, on June 11, 2013. The EP was produced entirely by American music producer Harry Fraud and features guest appearances from fellow American rappers Raekwon, Wiz Khalifa, and Prodigy. Released as a digital download only, the EP was preceded by the single, “Strictly 4 My Jeeps”. In July 2013, he indicated wanting to get fellow Queens-bred rappers, Nas and Kool G Rap, on his major-label debut album. Also in July, Bronson announced his major-label debut album would be released in early 2014.

Action Bronson Blue Chips 1 & 2

On March 12, 2012, he released his second mixtape, titled Blue Chips,with Party Supplies; an American record production and songwriting team, composed of Justin Nealis and Sean Mahon.

On November 1, 2013, Bronson released Blue Chips 2, the second installment of his series Blue Chips in promotion of the album. On October 28, 2013, Funkmaster Flex announced he would be hosting an upcoming Action Bronson mixtape. Production was revealed to be coming from Erick Sermon, Mike Will Made It, DJ Mustard and Jahlil Beats.In a November 2013 interview with Rolling Stone, Bronson stated that he would have Kool G Rap and Mobb Deep, featured on his upcoming album.

Action Bronson Girlfriend |Action Bronson Wife

Action Bronson has been flaunting intimate shots with a mysterious lady on his social media. He has been sharing the picture of a lady since 2015 on Instagram however not disclosing her identity.

Taking an insight into his Instagram, Action shared a picture with the beauty  mentioning her as his universe in the caption section which hints that they might be an item

Action Bronson Mr Wonderful |Easy Rider

On August 5, 2014, Bronson released the song “Easy Rider” as the first single from his debut album Mr. Wonderful. The song was produced by Bronson’s longtime producer Party Supplies. On August 20, 2014, the music video for “Easy Rider”, was released. The video for “Easy Rider”, which was directed by Tom Gould, pays homage to the 1969 Peter Fonda and Dennis Hopper film of the same name.Bronson officially released “Actin Crazy”, via digital distribution on January 20. He released the full album on March 23, 2015.

Action Bronson Influences

Action Bronson has a unique flow and cites as major influences fellow American rappers Kool G Rap, Nas, Cam’ron, Mobb Deep, UGK and Wu-Tang Clan . Other artists include Michael Jackson, Carlos Santana, Queen as well as Albanian wedding singers.

Action Bronson Networth

Action’s networth is estimated to be $4 Million.He earns his net worth from being a chef, his rapping career, talk shows, endorsements and TV shows.

Action Bronson Television Appearances

Bronson stars in two television shows which air on the Viceland channel: Fuck, That’s Delicious; a food travel show and a nightly food talk show, The Untitled Action Bronson Show. He also starred in the now-canceled comedy documentary series Traveling the Stars: Action Bronson and Friends Watch ‘Ancient Aliens’.

Bronson will make his film debut in 2019 with a role in ‘The Irishman.’ a gangster drama set to debut in 2019.

Action Bronson Performance Cancellation

The Program Board of the George Washington University announced that Bronson would be the headlining performer for the University’s yearly spring concert, “Spring Fling.” that was slated for March 2016. After some students researched on his music,controversy soon erupted as Bronson’s song “Consensual Rape” came to light, as well as statements Bronson made that were considered homophobic, transphobic , and misogynist. A multitude of student activist groups successfully pushed for the University to cancel the performance.

Bronson experienced the same ordeal in April 2016 when he was similarly disinvited from the Trinity College Spring Weekend concert.

Action later responded in an open letter, claiming that his songs “depict a story” and “aren’t meant to be anything but an artistic expression,” condemned all forms of sexual violence, and offered an apology. He also met with transgender groups to understand them more.

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In November 2018, Bronson announced a tour in support of his latest album, White Bronco. The tour is set to run from February 2019 to March 2019. Meyhem Lauren and Roc Marciano will be supporting.

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Action Bronson Albums |Discography

  • Dr. Lecter (2011)
  • Well-Done (2011) (with Statik Selektah)
  • Mr. Wonderful (2015)
  • Blue Chips 7000 (2017)
  • White Bronco (2018)

Action Bronson BET Awards

Year Nominated work Award Result
2013 Action Bronson Rookie of the Year Nominated
2014 Blue Chips 2 Best Mixtape Nominated

Action Bronson Songs


  • “Imported Goods”


  • “Cocoa Butter” (with Statik Selektah, featuring Nina Sky)
  • “Muslim Wedding”


  • “Hot Shots Part Deux” (with Riff Raff and Dana Coppafeel)
  • “Octopussy Tentacles” (with Concise Kilgore)


  • “Northern Lights” (with Task Rok)
  • “Strictly 4 My Jeeps”
  • “Live from Kissena Blvd”(featuring Statik Selektah)


  • “Grammy” (with Jody Highroller)
  • “Easy Rider”


  • “Actin Crazy”
  • “Terry”
  • “Baby Blue”  (featuring Chance the Rapper)


  • “Durag vs. Headband”(featuring Big Body Bes)


  • “Let Me Breathe”
  • “The Chairman’s Intent”


  • “White Bronco”
  • “Prince Charming”


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