Co-founder of Rooster Teeth, Geoffrey Ramsey aka Geoff is an American voice actor, internet personality, and film producer. He is widely known for voicing Dexter Grif in the web series Red vs. Blue.
Likewise, Ramsey is also popular for providing a voice in video games such as Halo 3, Worms W.M.W, Red Dead Redemption 2 and Vicious Circle. The 44-year-old voice actor is popular for outstanding performance in films and web series.
As of September 2022, Geoff owns an estimated net worth of $5 million. He earned his million dollars from his successful career as a voice actor, producer, and internet star.
The average salary of a voice actor ranges from around $14,000 to $90,688 per year. Similarly, a film producer makes $537 per hour to $61,179 annually.
Prior to his career in the entertainment industry, Ramsey served in the United States Army from 1993 to 1998. Following his military service, Geoff worked at the tech support company teleNetwork. Similarly, he also worked as a production assistant for View Askew Productions.
In 2003, Geoff founded Rooster Teeth Productions, LLC along with Burnie Burns, Matt Hullum, Gus Sorola, and Joel Heyman. The Rooster began the production of Red vs. Blue in April where Geoff voices the character Dexter Grif.
The web series was a commercial success making the team an internet celebrity. Ramsey appears at conventions such as PAX and Com Blue with his fellow Red vs. Blue actors.
His other work with the production company includes The Strangerhood, Captain Dynamic, Rooster Teeth Stories, and Immersion.
In 2008, Geoff co-founded Achievement Hunter with Jack Pattillo which is a department of Rooster. In the beginning, the production company consist of Geoff and Jack, however, now there are thirteen members.
Besides this, Geoff is also well known for his film and web series credits. He made his film debut in 1994 with Renaissance Man co-starring alongside Danny DeVito, Gregory Hines, James Remar, and Cliff Robertson.
Recently, he appeared in the 2018 film Blood Fest alongside Robbie Kay, Jacob Batalon, Nick Rutherford, and Tate Donovan.
As of September 2019, Ramsey has 288k followers on Instagram and 565k on Twitter. On the other hand, his YouTube channel titled LetsPlay has over 3.86 million subscribers.
As per a reliable source, Geoff can pocket $863 to $1,438 per sponsored post from Instagram. Likewise, his YouTube channel is estimated to earn at the range of $6.4k - $102.5k per month to $76.9k - $1.2M annually.
The Red vs. Blue star is reported to reside in Austin, Texas with his family. Geoff is a very private person and prefers a low-key life, hence, has not revealed details on his house and cars.
The average house price in Austin, Texas ranges around $372,200 with $7,344 as an annual property tax payment.
He is seen riding around expensive cars like Tesla worth of $85,000 to $119,000. His expenses revolve around basic factors like food, clothes, cars, and travel.
Apart from this, Geoff is low-key involved in philanthropic works.
Born Geoffrey Paul Wright on 19 June 1975 in mobile, Alabama, the United States. As per his nationality, he is American and has a white ethnic background.
Geoff grew up in Pensacola and Jacksonville Florida where he went to a local high school. However, he never completed high school.
Geoff changed his name from Geoffrey Paul Wright to Geoffrey Ramsey after his stepfather’s surname.
During that time, he changed his middle name to Lazer jokingly after he was informed by the court that it was free of cost to change any more of his names.
The 5 feet 11 inches tall voice actor is currently dating Emily Hatfield who is a hairstylist from Austin, Texas.
Previously, Geoff was married to Griffon E. Ramsey. The couple exchanged their wedding vows on June 2005 in presence of family and close friends.
Together they share a daughter named Millicent Ramsey. Despite their marriage of 12 years, Geoff and Griffon filed for divorce in 2017.
Ramsey is also popular for his exclusive tattoos. In 2016, he learned about the history, origin, and subculture of tattoos.
He also learned to give tattoos with the main goal to test his new skill on his co-workers.