American musician, actor, and composer Morris E. Day has an estimated net worth of $3 million. Born in Minneapolis, Minnesota in December 1957. Day become involved in music in high school when he was part of a band, and is now widely recognized for his role as the lead singer of the band The Time. The Time was established back in 1981 and later changed to The Original 7ven. They have released five studio albums which have all peaked at the Top 10 on the US R&B charts. Their most popular singles include “Get It Up”, “Cool”, “Girl”, “777-9311″, “The Walk”, “Gigolos Get Lonely Too”, “Jungle Love”, “Ice Cream Castles”, “The Bird”, “Jerk Out”, and “Chocolate”. In 2008 the band reunited at The 50th Grammy Awards and performed with Rihanna. Day has also released four solo studio albums with his “Fishnet” hitting #1 on the US R&B chart in 1988. In acting field the actor was first featured in the television series New Attitude in 1990, playing Lamarr character, before going on to appear in the movies Purple Rain, Moving, The Adventures of Ford Fairlane, Graffiti Bridge, A Woman Like That, Boys Klub, Jay and Silent Bob Strike Bake, and West from North Goes South.