Martin Lawrence net worth: Martin Lawrence is an actor and stand up comedian who has a net worth of $110 million. Martin Lawrence has accumulated his net worth through his many acting roles in film and television, as well as his own television series Martin, and his many standup comedy routines. He was born in Frankfort am Main, Hesse, Germany. Unfortunately, the comedian has also been plagued by difficulties in his personal life. The first sign of something wrong came back in 1995, during the filming of A Thin Line Between Love and Hate. Lawrence reportedly flew into a violent rage and had to be hospitalized after collapsing. Since then, Lawrence has continued to occasionally demonstrate erratic behavior, such as in 1999 when the comedian collapsed after jogging in 100 degree heat in several layers of heavy warm clothing. Lawrence fell into a coma and is said to have almost died from the ordeal. A less severe but even more public flame out happened on the NBC sketch comedy program Saturday Night Live, on which Lawrence appeared as guest host in 1994. On the show, Lawrence went on an improvised monologue that was considered "too hot for TV." The monologue has since been removed from reruns of the program and Lawrence became one of the few entertainers to be banned from SNL for life. Martin has been married twice and has three children. His first daughter, Jasmin Page, was born during his marriage to former Miss Virginia USA, Patricia Southall. His younger daughters, Lyanna and Amara, were born during his relationship with Shamicka Gibbs. Shamicka can be seen on the reality television show, Holllywood Exes, where she discusses her recent divorce but remains complimentary and fair regarding her relationship with Lawrence.
Martin Lawrence Net Worth
Date of Birth
Apr 16, 1965 (51 years old)
Comedian, Screenwriter, Actor, Film director, Film Producer, Musician, Television producer
United States of America
5 ft 7 in (1.71 m)
Martin Fitzgerald Lawrence
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Martin Lawrence Earnings
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- Bad Boys II$20,000,000
- National Security$20,000,000
- Black Knight$16,500,000
- What's the Worst That Could Happen?$13,000,000
- Nothing to Lose$6,000,000
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