53 years old (Born on February 18, 1965)
African American hip hop producer and rapper; He is famous from One of the most acclaimed and successful producers in Hip-Hop history, NWA co-founder.He was voted the 54th Greatest Rock 'n' Roll Artist of all time by Rolling Stone. Stepbrother of 'Warren G'. Reconciled with fellow MC/actor Ice Cube in 1993. Ice Cube left N.W.A. in 1990 after a dispute with Ruthless Records heads Jerry Heller and 'Eazy-E'. Won an MTV Music Video Award in 1995 for the hit single "Keep Their Heads Ringin." The music video starred Chris Tucker, who steals and pilots a Boeing 747. He has been working on his third album, "Detox" since 2004.
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Fun Facts About Dr Dre
Assaulted TV hostess Dee Barnes (Pump It Up) in retaliation to her interviewing Ice Cube, where he made a deragatory comment against N.W.A. (at the time, the album Efil4zaggin debuted at #1). 
Has a teenage/adult daughter, Tyra
First hip-hop artist to gain mainstream acceptance with gangsta music with the album "The Chronic" (1992).
His stepbrother, Warren G, played a demo tape of Snoop Doggy Dogg at a party, which prompted Dre to record the title theme for the film Deep Cover (1992), which appeared during the end credits.
21st February 2001: Became the first hip-hop producer to win a Grammy for Producer of The Year. He was also nominated for 4 other awards including: Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group for the track "Forget About Dre" with Eminem.
Left Death Row Records in 1995
Has been credited for discovering Eminem.
Ranked #7 on VH1's 50 Greatest Hip Hop Artists.