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$40 Million Net Worth of Marlon Wayans - See His Properties and Other Income

aisha Published On Tue May 26 2020   Modified On Tue May 26 2020
$40 Million Net Worth of Marlon Wayans - See His Properties and Other Income

Marlon Wayans the actor from the movie 'White Chicks' (2004) as Marcus Copeland has gathered a whopping net worth of $40 million. He has amassed his huge worth from his varied career as a comedian, actor, producer, writer, and director.

Wayans has signed two movies and one short movie for his upcoming project. He will be appearing as Ted White in 'Respect', Dean as 'On The Rocks', and The Beast, Heroes of the Wildfire (Short) as Father Turtle.

Sold His House At $1.5 million

Calvin from 'Little Man' used to own a house in Sherman Oaks that he bought for $1.525 million

The two-story Mediterranean house stands on 4,130 square feet of land that includes five bedrooms, four and a half bathrooms, with open living spaces, French doors, a living room, a fireplace, a dining room, a spa, a swimming pool, a soaking tub, a Juliet balcony, tall palm, citrus trees, a lawn fill out the fenced and hedged grounds. Later in 2016, he sold the house for $1.5 million. 

Marlon Wayans house that she sold at $1.5 million.
Marlon Wayans house that she sold at $1.5 million.
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Highest-Grossed Movies 

Wayans has appeared in several movies and among them her most highest-grossed movie is 'G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra' where he has played the character of Ripcord. 

The movie was made on a budget of $175 million with other celebrities Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Christopher Eccleston, Grégory Fitoussi, and so on. It was released on July 27, 2009, and made a huge profit of $302 million from its worldwide collection.

Marlon Wayans as Ripcord in 'G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra'.
Marlon Wayans as Ripcord in 'G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra'.
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Earning As Actor 

The writer of 'Fifty Shades Of Black' started his career since 1988, by giving his first debut in a movie 'I'm Gonna Git You Sucka' as Pedestrian. Since then he has acted in more than forty TV series, short videos, and TV movies. 

Wayans is the part of various earning movies and series like 'White Chicks' as Marcus Copeland, 'Little Man' as Calvin, 'Scary Movie' as Shorty, In Living Color (TV Series) as Various, The Wayans Bros. (TV Series) as Marlon Williams, Waynehead (TV Series) as Blue, and so on.

Marlon Wayans as in  White Chicks. 
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Wayans movie 'Scary movie' was made on a budget of $19 million but accumulated $278 million while 'White Chicks' made a profit of $113 million while was made on a budget of $37 million. Likewise, the movie 'Little Man' made a profit of $104 million.

YouTube Channel

The writer and producer of 'Dance Flick' also runs a YouTube channel under his own name 'Marlon Wayans'. He created YouTube on August 8, 2018, and has gained 238K subscribers and 8,377,489 views till now. 

Wayans make videos with other YouTubers like Anwar Jibawi, Hannah Stocking, Destroying, and Anitta. 

Writer and Producer

Wayans is a multi-talented personality as he is also a writer and producer which has also helped to increase his worth. He is the writer and producer sextuplets', 'Scary Movie', 'Scary Movie 2', 'White Chicks', 'Little Man', 'The Wayans Bros.', 'Fifty Shades of Black', 'Naked', 'A Haunted House' and so on.   

Salary From 'The Wayans Bros.'

Marlon Wayans has appeared in a television series 'The Wayans Bros.' where he was paid a salary of $20,000 from the series. He has appeared in 101 episodes of the series with other co-stars Shawn Wayans, John Witherspoon, Anna Maria Horsford, and so on. 

The series ran for over four years from 1995 to 1999, where Wayans accumulated a huge worth of $2.02 million.

Marlon Wayans in the series  'The Wayans Bros.'.
Marlon Wayans in the series  'The Wayans Bros.'.
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