Marlon Wayans net worth and salary: Marlon Wayans is an American comedian, actor, producer, writer and director who has a net worth of $40 million. Marlon Wayans was born on July 23, 1972 in New York City, NY. Marlon is a member of the famous Wayans comedy family. He is the youngest of 10 siblings. Marlon Wayans rose to prominence in the early 90s working on projects with his brothers that included the sketch comedy series, "In Living Color", the sitcom "The Wayans Bros". He appeared on In Living Color from 1992 to 1995. He and then appeared on The Wayans Bros which ran 1995 to 1999 and eventually churned out 101 episodes over five seasons. Marlon was not only the star of the show, he was also a co-creator. Over the years, Marlon has starred in dozens of feature movies. One of his biggest and most profitable endeavors has been the "Scary Movie" film franchise. He starred in and helped write the first movie which eventually earned $280 million around the world off a $19 million budget. Marlon also starred in, wrote and produced the 2013 film "A Haunted House" and its 2014 sequel. The first Haunted House film earned $60 million worldwide off a relatively small $2.5 million budget making an extremely big financial success. Marlon has also recently launched digital media company for urban comedy called "What The Funny".
Marlon Wayans Net Worth
Date of Birth
Jul 23, 1972 (43 years old)
Comedian, Actor, Screenwriter, Film Producer, Television producer, Film director, Model
United States of America
6 ft (1.84 m)
Marlon L. Wayans
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