Shawn Wayans Married, Wife, Girlfriend, Gay, Kids, Net Worth

By WN Writer | Updated On: 29 Sep, 2020
Shawn Wayans Married, Wife, Girlfriend, Gay, Kids, Net Worth

Quick Information

Date of Birth January 19, 1971 Age 50 Years 6 Month(s)
Nationality American Profession Actor
Marital Status Single Wife/Spouse Not Yet
Divorced Not Yet Girlfriend/Dating No
Gay/Lesbian No Net Worth $30 Million Dollars
Ethnicity African-American Social Media Twitter
Children/Kids Illia & Laila (Daughters), Marlon (Son) Height 6 Feet 2 Inches (187 cm)
Education Bayard Rustin Educational Complex

As a comedian, actor-producer, and writer, he is known for co-starring along with his brother Marlon in numerous comic spoofs, along with the Scary Movie franchise. Wayans' lone foray into acting in a venture out of doors, the own family got here inside the mostly forgettable film. Shawn Wayans is one name that is most famous for its comedy.

Career and Progression:

By the time he reached excessive faculty, numerous of his elder siblings have been already achieving success as comedians, actors, and administrators, and Wayans got down to follow in their footsteps. While only a junior in high faculty, he made his movie debut, a short cameo in I'm Gonna Git You Sucka, a parody of the "blaxploitation" movies of the 1970s written and directed via older brother Keenen Ivory Wayans.

He appeared in the movie Don't Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood as Ashtray in 1996. Then, he was part of the movie New Blood (1999). Moreover, he has written, produced, and acted in films like Scary Movie, Scary Movie 2, White Chicks, Little Man, and Dance Flick.    

Talking about his TV credits, he appeared in the series MacGyver in 1991. From 1990-1993, he was part of the series In Living Color, which gave him the limelight he deserved. Likewise, his other notable work was his portrayal in the series The Wayans Bros. as Shawn Williams. He was also the creator, executive consultant, writer, producer, and director of the series. His roles in other series are Hangin' with Mr. Cooper, Waynehead, The Parent 'Hood, Animals, and many more.  

What is his Net Worth?

Shawn Wayans received a wider reputation when he and brother Marlon costarred inside the mostly autobiographical sitcom The Wayans Bros., which aired at the WB community from 1995 to 1999. The show helped to set up both Shawn and Marlon, some of the most outstanding members of their illustrious circle of relatives.

Thus with his high career based he has established for himself, he has made an ample amount of net worth of 30 million dollars. With his lifestyle of the celebrities, with parties, he likes to attend with vast and fancy big cars he owns in his good name.

Dating After Wife and Kids!

He was, in fact, a married man to Daphne Wayans, according to some wiki sources in which he had three kids, a son Marlon, and his two daughters, Ellie and Laila Wayans. He divorced her in 2005; however, he was in the dating game again. After much of his success, he had many girlfriends, but none of them turn into his wife. Since then, he has not married for the second time and has not planned for another family with one of his future girlfriends.

There are many roles in which he plays or acts as he is gay, but regarding the fact he was once married to a woman and his many girlfriends, he has not stated he is gay. Rumors speculate his sexuality because of the roles he plays in the many movies and television series.

Short Bio:

Born on January 19, 1971, in New York City, he was brought up by his parents, his father, Howell Wayans, a grocery store manager, and his mom, Elvira Wayans, a homemaker. Wayans is the ninth of 10 Wayans siblings, all of whom are first-rate figures inside the entertainment enterprise. He stands a tall six feet 1 inch in his spare time; he also likes doing some Dj work when he is not acting or doing comedy.

He was raised in the Manhattan neighborhood of Chelsea in the Fulton Houses. He graduated from the Bayard Rustin High school, aka Humanities Educational Complex, in 1989.