Mike Epps

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Mike Epps, a comedian in Hollywood, was able to make fun of his mockery and assert that he would still be on the show. Despite all of his professional success, the comedian did not have an easy time progressing in his personal life.

The Meet the Blacks actor was once married to an American actor, and he and his wife raised their two children while they were engaged.

After the couple split up, the comedian started dating once more and even developed a successful relationship with his younger girlfriend.

Mike Epps Net Worth and Salary

What is the Net Worth of Mike Epps? American comedian, actor, producer, musician, and rap artist Mike Epps has a $8 million dollar net worth. He is best known for his work in the “Friday” movie franchise with Ice Cube and his stand-up work with the “Def Comedy Jam” tour.

Wikis of Mike Epps

Name Michael Elliot Epps
Born 18th Nov 1970
Gender Male
Birth sign Scorpio
Country America
Nationality American
Religion Christian
Ethnicity Not available
Profession Comedian, actor, singer, and rapper
Height 1.88 m
Weight 88 kg
Children Not available
Eye Color brown
Father Tommy Epos
Mother Mary Reed
Spouse Kyra Robinson
Hair colour black
Net Worth $8 million
profile Instagram

Mike Epps Bio, Age, Birthday & Education

Mike Epps, who was born on November 18, 1970, will be 51 years old in 2022. He came from an established Christian family in Indianapolis, Indiana, where he was born and raised. He belongs to the American nationality and practices Christianity.

At Arsenal Technical High School in the United States, he finished his elementary education.

Following that, he enrolled himself at a local college, where he eventually earned his diploma. Since he was a young child, he has always been more interested in comedy and extracurricular activities than in academics.

Mike Epps Height & Weight 

How tall is Mike Epps? Mike Epps is 6 feet tall. He is a tall, appealing man. Despite being in his fifties, he still appears to be quite young. He weighs about 80 kg total.

Baby Mama Files For Divorce After Twelve Years of Marriage

Mike crossed paths with Mechelle McCain, an actress and producer, while they were both working on The Fighting Temptations in 2003. After some time, the partners made the decision to call one another, and they were later married in 2006.

When Madison and Moriah, the couple’s two daughters, became parents, their happiness lasted for almost twelve years. When their relationship started to fall apart, the couple did not seem to work things out for every thick and slim person.

In 2011, the Indianapolis native filed for divorce. After a year of processing, fleeing, and returning to court, he ended the 12 years of marriage in an extremely wealthy settlement.

Calling an end to his 12 glorious years of marriage, Mike Epps files for divorce with wife Michelle McCain
Calling an end to his 12 glorious years of marriage, Mike Epps files for divorce with wife Michelle McCain (Image Source: Dailymail.co.uk)

According to their agreement, Mike would be providing his ex-wife with spousal support for a total of $25,000 per month up until the point where she made the decision to start another marriage.

The “Next Friday” star will also give his infant mother $15,000 per month for daycare and private schooling in addition to his two dollars.

Mike was legally sabotaged financially for wanting to split his net worth with his ex-wife through successful movies like The Grand, The Hangover, and many others.

The comedy guru did not give his ex-wife the full support amount because it was against the law. The mother of the child in Bossip reported the following incident:

Mike is trying to get me to settle down by taking away his support. He always paid our bills until recently. He is currently restricting my access to my bank accounts and credit cards in an effort to get me to makeup.

Additionally, Mike has two McCain daughters from a previous relationship, Bria and Makayla. The mother of his two daughters has remained a mystery up until now.

Rekindled love and a committed new girlfriend!

After his chaotic divorce, the Resident Evil star was briefly rediscovered in the dating scene. After dating TV producer Kyra Robinson for nearly a year, Mike made his engagement to her public in May 2018.

Mike recently posted on Instagram about his fiancee and her relationship with Mike. By updating his fans on their awkward posts, the actor has joyfully bonded with his new love.

However, Mike, a father of four lovely daughters, already has his daughter under control and makes sure to join them in their celebrations. Mike grew up in a family with eight children and a single daughter, so his dream of having a baby child is still very new.

Maybe by the time he gets a new girlfriend at age 48, his wish for a son will soon come true.

Comedy and Film Career

In 1995, after relocating to Brooklyn and signing up for the “Def Comedy Jam” tour, Mike Epp received his big break. Additionally, he appeared in two episodes of “Def Comedy Jam” on HBO. His comedy career was boosted by these chances, which also helped him become more well-known.

His first acting role was in “Strays” Vin Diesel’s first film as a director (1997). He was then chosen to star alongside Ice Cube in the sequel to the “Next Friday” film series, “Friday” (1999). He was given the chance to try out for the role of Day-Day Jones after Ice Cube saw one of his stand-up performances and extended the invitation. Later, in the movie “Friday After Next” he would return to the role of Day-Day Jones (2002). He also collaborated with Ice Cube in the movie “All About the Benjamins” that same year (2002). In the late 1990s and early 2000s, he also worked on other movies like “How High” (2001), which featured Method Man and Redman, “3 Strikes” (2000), “Bait” (2000), which starred Jamie Foxx and had him as a supporting actor, and “Dr. Dolittle 2” in which he provided the voice of Sonny the Bear. Boog, another bear character, was voiced by him in the movie “Open Season 2” (2008).

For Epps, 2008 was a very productive year. He starred alongside Martin Lawrence, James Earl Jones, and Joy Bryant in the ensemble comedy “Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins” that same year, as well as in the films “The Grand” which was directed by Zak Penn and featured Woody Harrelson and Cheryl Hines, “Soul Men” with Samuel L. Jackson, and “Hancock” with Will Smith and Charlize Theron. He was recognized with the NAACP Image Award in 2011 for his performance as Willie Earl in the motion picture “Jumping the Broom” (2011). Epps has also received nominations for the Black Reel Awards, the BET Comedy Award, and other awards. In the 2012 remake of the 1976 film “Sparkle” which had the same name, he was cast opposite Whitney Houston and Jordin Sparks in his first non-comedic acting role. He played the antagonist Satin, who is the main character.

In addition to “Malibu’s Most Wanted” “Resident Evil: Apocalypse” “The Honeymooners” “Resident Evil: Extinction” “The Hangover” and “The Hangover Part III” Epps has also starred in those movies (2013). He has appeared in films such as “The Fighting Temptations” (2003), in which he co-starred with Beyoncé, “Repentance” (2014), “School Dance” (2014), “Stealing Cars” (2015), “Nina” (2016), “Meet the Blacks” (2016), “Girls Trip” (2017), “Where’s the Money” (2017), “Death Wish” (2018), “Troop Zero” (2019), “Do (2019).

Epps has continued to be active in comedy in addition to acting. He published the stand-up comedy special “Under Rated & Never Faded” in 2010. He presided over the 2010 BET Hip Hop Awards in the same year. Mike Epps: Don’t Take It Personal, a comedy special, was released in 2015, and Mike Epps: Only One Mike, a comedy special, was released in 2019.

Recording and a Career in Music

In October 2009, Mike Epps released his album “Funny Bidness: Da Album” Young Dro, Slim Thug, Too Short, DJ Quik, Flo Rida, Snoop Dogg, and Young Jeezy all make cameos on it. On the US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart, it debuted at No. 98, while it peaked at No. 9 on the Top Comedy Albums chart. His stand-up comedy in “Mac Wit Da Cheese” has been sampled by Bad Meets Evils and J. Cole, and he has been featured on a number of other songs and projects, including rapper French Montana’s “Intro/Hard Work” (2009) mixtape, Dom Kennedy’s song “Under Rate & Never Faded” and the stand-up comedy of J. Cole and Bad Meets Evils.

Other Initiatives

For the 2012 Super Bowl, Epps served as the “Super Bowl ambassador” to his hometown of Indianapolis. He consequently appeared in advertisements for the Super Bowl Village and was spotted making special appearances there the week leading up to the game.

Incidents

On June 1, 2014, Epps is accused of hitting fellow stand-up comedian LaVar Walker outside the Uptown Comedy Club in Atlanta, Georgia. According to reports, after seeing a parody video Walker had made about Epps and comedian Kevin Hart, Epps and two of his bodyguards confronted Walker. One of the other two men at the scene is accused of throwing Walker’s cellphone and breaking his glasses, while Epps allegedly struck Walker in the face and kicked him in the stomach and back. Two days later, on June 3, 2014, Atlanta police issued an arrest warrant for Epps. In addition, Epps was detained in New Orleans in 2017 for allegedly striking a map repeatedly during a fight in a casino. He also posted about his past on Instagram in 2017, talking about how he had previously served two years in prison for a drug offense in Chicago in 1989.

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