Mike Epps Net Worth
Mike Epps net worth: Mike Epps is an American comedian, actor, producer, musician, and rap artist who has an estimated net worth of $6 million dollars. Mike Epps was born on November 18, 1970 in Indianapolis, Indiana where his comic abilities were encouraged at a young age. Epps began performing stand up as a teenager. Epps moved to Atlanta where he worked at the Comedy Act Theater, before moving to Brooklyn to star in "Def Comedy Jam" in 1995. Epps ended up on the "Def Comedy Jam" tour and starred in two of HBO's Def Comedy Jam broadcasts. Mike Epps is most widely recognized for his work his stand-up work with the tour of Def Comedy Jam, and his work in the "Friday" franchise with Ice Cube. He also has a voice-over career voicing such characters as Boog in the second and third, "Open Season" films, and Sonny in "Dr. Dolittle 2″. Epps has also appeared in a number of films including "How High", "Malibu's Most Wanted", "Sparkle", "Resident Evil: Apocalypse", "The Honeymooners", "Resident Evil" Extinction", "The Hangover", and "The Hangover Part III". He has also starred in movies such as Repentance, School Dance, Bessie, Stealing Cars, Nina, Meet the Blacks, Fifty Shades of Black, Death Wish, Girls Trip, and Where's the Money. Epps released his album Funny Bidness: Da Album in 2009. As a producer he has worked on the films All About the Benjamins, The Honeymooners, Meet the Blacks, and more. He has won Image Awards in 2002 for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture for Jumping the Broom and in 2016 for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series for Survivor's Remorse. Epps has also been nominated for a BET Comedy Award, Black Reel Awards, and more. Epps married Mechelle McCain in July 2006 and the couple has three children. Epps also has a fourth child from a previous relationship. Epps and McCain divorced in September 2017.