Mike Epps Net Worth

Mike Epps is an American comedian, actor, producer, musician, and rap artist . Mike Epps Net Worth according to the 2022 updates is around $5 Million. Explore more about Mike Epps‘s earning, income, salary, career and other details. His

Mike Epps Full name Michael Elliot Epps. His nick Name was Mike Epps. Mike Epps now 36 Years old .

Mike Epps Father Tommy  Epps and his Mother Mary Reed.

Mike Epps Spouse  was  Kyra Robinson Lerman . He has 4 kids.

He was born in 18 November 1970  in Indianapolis, Indiana, United states of america.

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Mike Epp’s big break came in 1995, when he moved to Brooklyn and joined the “Def Comedy Jam” tour. He also starred in two of HBO’s “Def Comedy Jam” broadcasts. These opportunities helped launch his comedy career, and helped him gain wider recognition.

His first film appearance was in Vin Diesel’s directorial debut, “Strays” (1997). He was then cast as Ice Cube’s co-star in the film “Next Friday” (1999), the second movie in the “Friday” franchise. He received the opportunity to audition for the role of Day-Day Jones after Ice Cube attended one of his stand-up sets, and invited him to try out. He would go on to reprise his role as Day-Day Jones in the film “Friday After Next” (2002). That same year, he also worked with Ice Cube in the film “All About the Benjamins” (2002). Other films he worked on during this period of the late 1990s/early 2000s include “How High” (2001), starring Method Man and Redman; “3 Strikes” (2000); “Bait” (2000), supporting Jamie Foxx; and “Dr. Dolittle 2”, in which he voiced the role of Sonny the Bear. He has also voiced another bear character, Boog, in the film “Open Season 2” (2008).

The year 2008 was highly productive for Epps. That year, he appeared in the ensemble comedy “Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins” along with Martin Lawrence, James Earl Jones, and Joy Bryant; “The Grand”, directed by Zak Penn and starring Woody Harrelson and Cheryl Hines; “Soul Men”, starring Samuel L. Jackson; and “Hancock”, starring Will Smith and Charlize Theron. In 2011, he won the NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture for his role as Willie Earl in the movie “Jumping the Broom” (2011). Epps has also been nominated for a BET Comedy Award, Black Reel Awards, and more. In 2012, he landed his first non-comedic acting role opposite Jordin Sparks and Whitney Houston in the film “Sparkle”, a remake of the 1976 film with the same title.

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