Damon Thomas bio, Net Worth, Children, and facts about his marriage with Kim Kardashian
Damon Thomas is an American music producer, songwriter and businessman, and a recording producing duo with Harvey Mason Jr.
Early Life, Education
Damon Thomas was born on the 15th of December, 1970 in Calabasas, California. He will be 51 in 2021.
He hails from an African-American heritage. He is a citizen of the United States of America by birth.
Not much is known about his early life educational background since he doesn’t want to open up on such, but it’s believed he attended a music school.
Thomas’ music career started by partnering up with Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds in the late 1990s where he wrote songs and produced music on dozens of hits such as “These are the times” by Dru Hill, Faith Evan’s “Never Gonna Let You Go” and the second track “Most Girls” of Pink’s debut album “ Can’t Take Me Home”.
Having the passion to get to the music top of his career, he later formed a duo called The Underdogs with Harvey Mason Jr. to compose and produce songs.
They produced top hits such as “Tyrese”, “I like them girls” which peaked up to 48th spot on the US Billboard Hot 100.
He also worked on music projects of singers like Lionel Richie, R Kelly, Chris Brown, Omarion, J. Valentine, Justine Timberlake, and Fantasia among many others.
Relationship, Marriage With Kim Kardashian
Damon Thomas met the famous Kim Kardashian when she was only 19. Both got married in 2020 and managed to make their marital issues stay under the radar from the media.
The marriage ended in 2004. Their divorce papers leak in 2011 which outed the relationship between these two Hollywood figures.
According to Kardashian the reason for the failure of the marriage was because Thomas was abusive during the time the two were together.
Thomas on the other hand, told the media that he had found Kim cheating on him on several occasions.
Law Suit With Sarai Torres
Right after his divorce with Kim, the now music rapper got married to his former lover, Sarai Torres who in April 2007, sued Thomas for failing to pay child support for their then 2-year-old son Dimas Thomas.
Due to the frequent lawsuit and some tax payments, Thomas dugged himself a pit of debt that amounted to a total of $3.5 million rendering him bankrupt in 2014.
He has in recent times been working with S.M. Entertainment music bands and singers such as Girls Generation, SHINee, and Exo.
During the prime of his career in the early 2000s, he had a net worth of $45 million.
As of 2020, the music producer and writer has bounced back to a new worth of $1 million.