Duane Martin Net Worth

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Duane Martin net worth:
$18 Million

Duane Martin net worth: Duane Martin is an American film and television actor and real estate agent who has a net worth of $18 million dollars. Duane Martin was born in Brooklyn, New York in August 1965. He played college basketball at New York University and was signed to the National Basketball Association's New York Knicks as an un-drafted free agent in 1989. He was cut and did not get to play in the NBA, so he focused on acting. His first TV appearance came in 1990 in Moe's World. He made his film debut in the 1992 basketball movie White Men Can't Jump. He also starred in the basketball related Above the Rim. Martin has gone on to star in the films Down Periscope, Scream 2, The Faculty, Any Given Sunday, Deliver Us from Eva, and Ride or Die. He has had recurring roles in the TV shows Out All Night, Getting Personal, All of Us, Rita Rocks, and The Paul Reiser Show. Duane also appeared in the "I'll Make Love to You" video by Boyz II Men. He starred in the 2013 TV series Real Husbands of Hollywood. He married actress Tisha Campbell-Martin who starred in Martin and My Wife and Kids in 1996. The couple has two songs together. Duane has been nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award, an NAACP Image Award, and two BET Comedy Awards.

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Duane Martin Net Worth

Duane Martin

Actor
Date of Birth
Aug 11, 1965
Profession
Actor, Real estate entrepreneur
Nationality
United States of America
Ethnicity
African American
Nicknames
Мартин, Дуэйн
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