Cle Shaheed Sloan Net Worth

How much is Cle Shaheed Sloan Worth?

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Cle Shaheed Sloan net worth:
$50 Thousand

Cle Shaheed Sloan net worth: Cle Shaheed Sloan is an American actor, filmmaker, and activist who has a net worth of $50 thousand. Cle Shaheed Sloan was born in Los Angeles, California in May 1963. He was a member of the Athens Park Bloods street gang and helped to reform gang culture and stop gang violence from the inside. Sloan became introduced to the film industry by professional football player Jim Brown. After Sloan was released from prison he got a job as an assistant and met director Antoine Fuqua. As an actor he starred in the movies The Replacement Killers, Training Day, Tears of the Sun, Street Kings, Brooklyn's Finest, and End of Watch. He also appeared in episodes of the television series Southland in 2012. Sloan worked as a technical advisor for episodes of the TV series Southland from 2009 to 2013, Sons of Anarchy in 2013, and Gang Related in 2014, as well as for the movie Training Day in 2001. He produced and directed the 2005 documentary Bastards of the Party and the upcoming 2015 documentary America's Venice. In 2006 he was nominated for a Black Reel Award for Best Independent Documentary for Bastards of the Party. Sloan was injured in January 2015 when he and Terry Carter, who passed away from the accident, were struck by a truck in a hit-and-run caused by Suge Knight.

Cle Shaheed Sloan Net Worth

Cle Shaheed Sloan

Net Worth:$50 Thousand
Date of Birth:1971
Gender:Male
Profession:Film Director, Actor, Film Producer
Nationality:United States of America
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