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Who is Y2K rapper? Age, Gender, Real Name, Net Worth. Gay?

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• Y2K is a music producer and recording artist, born Ari David Starace in Scottsdale, Arizona on July 27, 199•
• He gained recognition in 2019 after his rap song "Lalala" became popular on Spotify and YouTube.
• He has collaborated with various rappers and produced songs for other artists.
• He is gender male, but his sexual orientation has not been confirmed.
• He is 26 years old and has an estimated net worth of $750,000.

What is Y2K’s real name?

Ari David Starace was born in Scottsdale, Arizona USA on 27 July 1994 – his zodiac sign is Leo and he holds American nationality. He is a music producer and a recording artist known as Y2K, who gained recognition in 2019 after his rap song “Lalala” became very popular on the music network Spotify, and on YouTube.

Childhood and education

Y2K was raised as an only child in Scottsdale by his mother who was the owner of a music store even before he was born, and his father who was working with electronics.

As he was growing up, there was always music in Y2K’s house, which motivated him to become a musician one day, and find his own favorite genres and artists. He attended a local elementary school, and during his teenage years mostly listened to Tears for Fears and Gorillaz, but as he was grew older, he started listening to rock bands Say Anything and My Chemical Romance.

Not long after matriculation in 2012, Y2K was introduced to Clams Casino, an Italian-American record producer, by his close friend Lil B who is an American rapper.

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After this, Y2K started working on creating his own music, before also starting to produce for other rappers.

Producing songs for other rappers

Y2K launched this part of his career in early 2016, when he produced Pollari’s song “How U Feel”, and then went on to work with Lil Aaron on seven of his songs featured on his extended play (EP) “Gloing Pain$”.

They year 2017 saw Y2K collaborate with various rappers, such as Polyphia on six songs featured on his EP “The Most Hated”, Blackbear on his song “do re mi (Y2K Remix)”, and Aaron Cartier on three songs on his EP “Aaron Cariter Best Rapper Last Album… Maybe HaHa!!”.

He also worked on producing single release for many artists, such as Ro Ransom, Lil Aaron and Josh Pan.

Y2K’s busiest year so far has probably been 2018, as he collaborated with around 10 rappers on over 30 songs – he worked with Lewis Grant on his EP “Make Me Scared Again (Deluxe Edition)”, Killy on his EP “KILLSTREAK”, and Polyphia on his EP “New Levels New Devils”. Y2K also produced Yung Bans’ songs “Waterslide” and “Ridin”, as well as Khary’s single “Dead”.

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In 2019, he produced a total of 11 songs for the rapper bbno$ (‘baby no money’) for his EPs “Recess”, “Dream Eater” and “I Don’t Care At All”, while he also collaborated with Lil Mayo, Yung Gravy and Iann Dior. Most recently in 2020, Y2K has worked on Leyla Blue’s single “Peppa Pig”, Yung Gravy’s song “Welcome to Chillis” and bbno$’s songs “Myrtle Beach Summer 1874” and “Bandsville”.

Solo career and presence on social media networks

Y2K released his debut song “Money Conversation” in 2018, featuring bbno$, and in the same year released “Thankful” featuring bbno$ and Lewis Grant – his two new songs “Pouch” and “Lalala” came out in 2019, while his latest three songs released in 2020 are “Go Dumb”, “Oh No” and “Damage is Done”.

Y2K launched his YouTube channel on 2 July 2019, and today it’s subscribed to by over 1.75 million people, while it counts close to 450 million views of all Y2K’s videos combined.

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He’s mostly focused on uploading music content, and his most popular video “how to make the beat for lalala in 3 minutes (asmr?)” has been viewed nearly 13 million times since 17 October 2019. He is also active on Instagram, and is followed by around 250,000 people, while his Twitter account which he opened in June 2012 is followed by over 50,000 fans.

Is he gay? What is his gender?

Y2K’s gender is male, but he hasn’t been very clear on whether or not he’s gay.

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On 10 September 2017, he (confusingly, jokingly?) asked his fans on Twitter if it is gay to have a girlfriend because kissing a girl would mean kissing all the men she kissed before you, while he has occasionally written other tweets about being gay, but without stating what his sexual orientation is. On another occasion, Y2K stated that he was in a relationship with Janice Griffith who is a pornographic actress, and has uploaded a picture of him carrying a girl in his arms whom he addresses as Janice, but the girl doesn’t appear to be her.

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As he hasn’t talked about any girls he might be dating today, Y2K is single, hasn’t married and doesn’t have children – it is widely believed that he is gay, but it hasn’t been confirmed.

Hobbies and other interests

Y2K spends most of his spare time being creative with music, coming up with different beats and combining songs together, but when he is not using his laptop, computer or phone, he enjoys being outdoors, going partying and drinking alcohol.

He is a lover of animals, with dogs being his favorites, but doesn’t have a pet due to a lack of time to take proper care of it.

Y2K likes to travel, and has been all around the US for both work and pleasure, while he’s also been to Europe, Asia and Australia on occasions.

Y2K doesn’t watch movies that often, but when he does he makes sure they star some of his favorite actors and actresses: Jim Carrey, Johnny Depp and Natalie Portman. A few of his favorite movies are “Ace Venture: Pet Detective – When Nature Calls”, the franchise “The Pirates of the Caribbean” and “V for Vendetta”.

Age and new worth

Y2K’s age is 26. He has long brown hair and brown eyes, his height is 5ft 10ins (1.78m) and he weighs around 140lbs (64kgs).

As of October 2020, his net worth has been estimated at over $750,000.

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Clea DuVall Wiki (aka Emily Cale on Poker Face): Wife, Net Worth

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Who is Clea DuVall?

American actress, screenwriter and producer Clea Helen D’Etienne DuVall was born in Los Angeles, California USA, on 25 September 1977, making Libra her zodiac sign. She’s appeared in nearly 100 movies and TV series, but is perhaps still known best for playing one of the main character, Stokely ‘Stokes’ Mitchell in the 1998 mystery science fiction horror movie “The Faculty”, directed by Robert Rodriguez, and which also starred Jordana Brewster and Laura Harris. It follows a teenager who’s witnessed the murder of a nurse, but has now seen her alive again; the film was nominated for 11 awards.

Education and early life

Clea was raised as an only child in Los Angeles, by her mother Rosemary Hatch who’s a housewife, and father Stephen ‘Steph’ DuVall who’s also an actor; Steph’s appeared in over 30 movies and TV series, and is perhaps known best for portraying Ed in the 2017 fantasy horror movie “Woodshock”.

Clea’s interest in acting was born mostly thanks to her father, who often took her with him while shooting for his TV series and movies. She studied at Los Angeles County High School for the Arts and spent a year working at a coffee shop, wanting to be able to financially support herself.

Clea matriculated in 1996 and launched her acting career in the same year, thus choosing not to pursue a college degree.

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Roles in TV series

Clea’s debut TV series role was playing Nina in the 1996 episode “Evolution” of the drama “Dangerous Minds”, while the remainder of the ‘90s saw her appear in an episode or two of the romantic drama “ER”, the drama “Crisis Center” and the action fantasy “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”.

From 2003 through 2005, she played Sofie in the critically acclaimed fantasy mystery series “Carnivale” which Daniel Knauf created, and which starred Clancy Brown, Adrienne Barbeau and Michael J. It follows a minister and a farm boy who’ve just learned that they’re the only ones who can help Heaven win its war against Hell – the series won 14 of its 40 award nominations. The remainder of the 2000s saw Clea appear in an episode or two of the crime mystery “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation”, the fantasy science fiction “Heroes”, and the romantic drama “Grey’s Anatomy”.

In 2012 and 2013, she portrayed Wendy Peyser in the hit science fiction “American Horror Story”, which stars Kathy Bates and Lady Gaga, and was created by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk. Each episode is a standalone horror story, the series has been airing since 2011 and has won 128 of its 531 award nominations.

Clea’s also known for portraying Marjorie Palmiotti in 26 episodes (2016-2019) of the comedy “Veep”, which starred Tony Hale and Julia Louis-Dreyfus, and was created by Armando Iannucci. It follows new US Vice President Selina Meyer who’s learned that the job’s nothing as she hoped it would be, the series aired from 2012 through 2019 and won 77 of its 325 award nominations.

Some of Clea’s most recent TV series roles have been in five episodes of the 2022 science fiction thriller “The Handmaid’s Tale”, the 2023 episode “The Hook” of the crime mystery “Poker Face” and 24 episodes of the animated comedy “HouseBroken” since 2021 (voice role); she’s currently shooting for the upcoming series “Day Job”.

Roles in movies

Clea’s debut film role was playing Kelsey in the 1996 horror thriller “Little Witches”, directed by Jane Simpson, and which starred Mimi Rose, Sheeri Rappaport and Jennifer Rubin; it follows a group of girls attending a Catholic boarding school who’ve just joined a cult, and the movie was nominated for a Fantasporto Award for Best Film.

The year 1997 saw Clea appear in four movies, including the drama “On the Edge of Innocence”, the romantic drama “Niagara, Niagara” and the comedy “The Alarmist”. She went on to play Misty in the evergreen 1999 romantic comedy “She’s All That”, which starred Rachael Leigh Cook and Freddie Prinze Jr, and was created by Robert Iscove. It follows the most popular boy at high school who’s made a bet that he can make a prom queen out of an unattractive girl, and the film won eight of its 13 award nominations.

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The year 2001 saw Clea appeared in the crime comedy “See Jane Run”, the drama “Thirteen Conversations About One Thing” and the science fiction thriller horror “How to Make a Monster”, and the year 2004 saw her star as Jennifer in the popular mystery horror thriller “The Grudge”, written and directed by Takashi Shimizu, and which also starred Sarah Michelle Gellar and Jason Behr. It follows an American nurse who’s been exposed to a supernatural curse in Tokyo, Japan which is filling her with rage, and will eventually take her life; the film won two of its 12 award nominations. Some of Clea’s role in the remainder of the 2000s were in the 2007 crime mystery “Zodiac”, the 2008 horror mystery “The Watch” and the 2009 mystery thriller “The Killing Room”.

She portrayed Cora Lijek in the hit 2012 biographical thriller “Argo”, which starred Bell Affleck, who also directed the movie; it follows a CIA agent who’s trying to rescue six Americans from Tehran in 1979, and the film won 95 of its 151 award nominations, including three Oscar wins for Best Achievement in Film Editing, Best Writing, Adapted Screenplay and Best Motion Picture of the Year. What also marked the 2010s for Clea was playing the lead character Emma Borden in the 2014 biographical crime drama “Lizzie Borden Took an Ax”, directed by Nick Gomez, and which also starred Christina Ricci and Gregg Henry. It follows Lizzie Andrew Borden who was put on trial for killing her father and stepmother with an axe in 1983, and the film was nominated for three awards.

Some of Clea’s most recent film roles have been in the 2016 drama “Zen Dog”, the 2016 family adventure “Heaven’s Floor” and the 2018 drama “All About Nina”.

Other credits

Clea wrote and produced the 2016 comedy movie “The Intervention”, the 2022 comedy series “High School” and the 2022 animated comedy series “HouseBroken”.

She’s received special thanks for the 2017 short musical comedy movie “Cabiria, Charity, Chastity”, the 2018 mystery thriller film “Searching” and the 2022 romantic comedy “Spin Me Round”.

Some of Clea’s most recent talk-show appearances have been in “The Talk”, “The Late Late Show with James Corden” and “The Three Questions with Andy Richter”.

Awards and nominations

Clea’s won six of her 19 award nominations. Some of her wins include a 2012 Hollywood Film Award for Ensemble of the Year, a 2013 Palm Springs International Film Festival Award for Ensemble Cast and a 2013 Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture, all for her and her colleagues’ performance in “Argo”.

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Love life and wife

Clea can rarely be heard speaking about her love life in public, but it’s known that she’s lesbian. She’s spoken about her sexuality in only a couple of interviews, revealing that she was 16 when she came out to her parents and best friend, but that she was scared of revealing it to the public while working on her way up in the film industry. Clea starred as a lesbian in the hit 1999 romantic comedy movie “But I’m a Cheerleader” and because of her extraordinary performance, was invited to play lesbian characters in a number of movies, however, she refused most of these because she was afraid.

Clea’s today married to her wife, but whose name and profession haven’t been disclosed; it’s believed that the two women exchanged vows in 2012, but this hasn’t been confirmed.

Clea’s yet to share the names of women whom she’s dated, she’s married to her wife as of May 2023, and doesn’t have children.

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Interesting facts and hobbies

Clea met American actress, screenwriter and producer Rachael Leigh Cook on the set of the 1997 crime movie “The Defenders: Payback”, and the two became close friends; she then accepted a small role in the 1999 movie “She’s All That”, only to support Rachael.

Clea and American actress Katharine Towne appeared alongside in three movies in two years: the 1998 “Girl”, the 1999 “She’s All That” and the 1999 “But I’m a Cheerleader”.

One of her best friends is American actress Summer Phoenix, and they’ve worked together on a number of projects.

Clea’s followed by over 160,000 people on Instagram, and has uploaded nearly 300 pictures and videos onto the social media network; most of these are about the movies and TV series in which she’s appeared.

One of her favorite actresses is Natalie Portman, while some of Clea’s favorite movies include “Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope”, “Garden State” and “Thor: The Dark World”.

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Height, eyes and wealth

Clea’s age is 45. Her hair and eyes are brown, she’s 5ft 5ins (1.65m) tall and weighs around 125lbs (58kgs).

Clea’s net worth’s been estimated at over $1.5 million, as of May 2023.

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From Sons of Anarchy to Army of the Dead: Theo Rossi’s Career

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Who is Theo Rossi?

American actor and producer John Theodore ‘Theo’ Rossi was born on Staten Island, New York City USA, on 4 June 1975, meaning that Gemini’s his zodiac sign. He’s appeared in 65 movies and TV series, and is perhaps known best for playing Youcef, the main character in the 2022 crime thriller movie “Emily the Criminal”, written and directed by John Patton Ford, and which also starred Aubrey Plaza and Bernardo Badillo. It follows Emily who’s turned to criminal activities to pay off her debt – the movie won nine of its 32 award nominations.

Education and early life

Theo was raised in New York City as an only child, solely by his mother Mary Jane Tomasino; he hasn’t spoken about his father, and it’s believed that he abandoned the family when Theo was two years old.

He studied at a local high school and was a rather problematic teenager, as he often got into fights perhaps because he was also a drug dealer; Theo’s spoken openly about that time, and that he mostly chose to focus on acting so that he could get away from that kind of life.

He matriculated in 1993, and then stayed in New York City for a couple of more years, prior to moving to California and enrolling at Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute, from which he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in acting in 2000.

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Roles in movies

Theo’s debut film role was playing Montilli in the 2001 drama “The Myersons”, while some of his following roles were in the 2002 drama “Big Shot: Confessions of a Campus Bookie”, the 2003 adventure family comedy “The Challenge”, and the 2004 short comedy “Missing in Action”.

The year 2005 saw him play Greg Berlin in the action horror comedy “House of the Dead 2”, directed by Michael Hurst, and which starred Emmanuelle Vaugier, Ed Quinn and Sticky Fingaz; it follows a virus outbreak at a university which has turned all the students into zombies. Theo could then have been seen appearing in the 2005 family sports drama “Code Breakers”, the 2006 crime mystery “Jane Doe: Yes, I Remember It Well”, and the 2007 short comedy “Nurses”.

The year 2008 saw him play Antonio in the critically acclaimed action adventure horror “Cloverfield”, which starred Jessica Lucas and Mike Vogel, and was directed by Matt Reeves. It follows a group of friends who’ve embarked on a rescue mission during a monster attack on New York City, and the film won five of its 39 award nominations. Some of Theo’s roles in the remainder of the decade were in the 2008 crime thriller “The Informers”, and in 2009 the horror thriller “Kill Theory” and the action horror thriller “Red Sands”.

In 2016, he starred as Mike Mitchell in the thriller “When the Bough Breaks”, directed by Jon Cassar, and which also starred Morris Chestnut and Regina Hall; it follows a surrogate mother who’s become obsessed with a man who’s to adopt her child, and the film was nominated for a Canadian Society of Cinematographers Award for Best Cinematography in Theatrical Feature.

Some of Theo’s most recent film roles have been in the thriller “The Devil You Know”, the horror thriller “Escape the Field” and the action thriller “Vendetta”, all released in 2022; he’s currently shooting for seven upcoming movies, which include “Site”, “Carry On” and “The Getback”.

Roles in TV series

Theo’s debut TV series role was playing Brandon Webber in the 2001 episode “Chapter Twenty-Nine” of the comedy “Boston Public”, and the following years saw him appear in an episode of the family comedy “Malcolm in the Middle”, the crime mystery “NYPD Blue” and the mystery “Medical Investigation”.

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What marked the 2000s for him was perhaps portraying Randy Payton in the action mystery “Jericho”, which starred Lennie James and Skeet Ulrich, and was created by Josh Schaer and Stephen Chbosky. It follows the citizens of a small town in Kansas which has been covered in a mysterious mushroom cloud – the series aired from 2006 through 2008 and won one of its seven award nominations.

Theo started off the 2010s by appearing in an episode of the crime action “Hawaii Five-0”, another crime action “Alcatraz”, and the crime mystery “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit”. From 2008 through 2014, he played Juan Carlos ‘Juice’ Ortiz in the critically acclaimed crime thriller “Sons of Anarchy”, which starred Katey Sagal and Charlie Hunnam, and was created by Kurt Sutter; it follows a father who’s a member of an outlaw motorcycle club, and the series won 11 of its 67 award nominations.

Theo’s also known for portraying one of the main characters Hernan ‘Shades’ Alvarez in all the 26 episodes of the hit crime action “Luke Cage”, created by Cheo Hodari Coker, and which also starred Simone Missick and Mike Colter. It follows Luke Cage who has gained superpowers through a sabotaged experiment, and now has unbreakable skin and super-strength; the series won six of its 28 award nominations.

Theo’s three most recent TV series roles have been in six episodes of the 2021 crime thriller mini-series “True Story”, the 2020 episode “Choices” of the short animated action “Tales of the Jedi” (voice role) and seven episodes of the 2022 mystery comedy “The Lower Bottoms”; he’s currently shooting for the upcoming mini-series “The Penguin”, set to be released in 2024.

Other credits

Theo produced the 2015 drama movie “Bad Hurt” and the 2016 short drama film “#RightToBeMe”.

Some of his recent talk-show appearances have been in “Life in Film”, “In Three” and “Tamron Hall”.

Awards and nominations

Theo won a 2015 Sunscreen Film Festival West Prize for Best Narrative Feature, for “Bad Hurt”.

He was also nominated for a 2017 Imagen Foundation Award for Best Actor – Feature Film, for his performance in “Lowriders”, and a 2023 Film Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Performance, for “Emily the Criminal”.

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Love life and marriage

Theo avoids sharing the details of his love life with his fans, but it’s known that he’s been a married man for close to a decade. He and American non-celebrity Meghan McDermott married in a small and private ceremony on 17 November 2014, attended by not more than 100 of their friends and family members; Meghan prefers to stay away from media, and even her profession remains unknown. Meghan gave birth to their son Kane Alexander Rossi on 8 June 2015, and their second son Arlo Benjamin Rossi followed on 3 August 2017.

Theo’s yet to speak about other women with whom he’s been, he’s married to Meghan McDermott as of May 2023, and has two sons with her.

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Interesting facts and hobbies

Theo’s been a vegan since the age of 23, and loves to eat almond butter and popcorn; he’s also an animal rights activist, and supports the organization People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA).

Theo’s ancestry includes Spanish, Italian and Lebanese.

He’s a philanthropist and has donated money to several charity organizations working with wounded soldiers, especially those suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD); he’s visited a number of US military bases, and is an ambassador to the Boot Campaign. His charity program Staten Strong rebuilt three homes destroyed by Hurricane Sandy in November 2012.

Theo’s followed by close to 650,000 people on Instagram, and has posted over 120 pictures and videos onto the network.

One of his favorite actors in now-retired Jack Nicholson, while some of his favorite movies include “A Few Good Men”, “The Departed” and “The Shining”.

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Height, eyes and wealth

Theo’s age is 47. He has brown eyes and black hair, is 5ft 11ins (1.8m) tall and weighs about 170lbs (76kgs).

Theo’s net worth’s been estimated at over $4 million, as of May 2023.

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What is Marques Houston doing now? Wife, Net Worth, Son, Age

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Who is Marques Houston?

American actor, producer and singer-songwriter Marques Barrett Houston was born in Los Angeles, California USA, on 4 August 1981, meaning that Leo’s his zodiac sign. He’s today active in both the film and music industry; Marques has appeared in 36 TV series and movies, and is perhaps still known best for playing Elgin in the 2004 musical film “You Got Served”, which Chris Stokes wrote and directed, and which starred Raz B, Jarell Houston and Omarion. It follows two friends who want to open their own recording studio, but to do that must win their city’s dance competition; the film won one of its six award nominations.

Education and early life

Marques was raised in Los Angeles alongside his siblings Danielle, Brandon and Brandye, by their mother Carolyn and father Michael Houston; not many details have been disclosed about Marques’ family, because he respects their privacy, while it’s known that his cousin is J-Boog, an American singer who was a member of the boy band B2K.

Marques grew up being interested in both singing and acting, and was eight when he made his debut TV series appearance, playing a supporting character in several episodes of the comedy “ABC TGIF”. His following role came in 1992, aged 11, when cast to voice Kahlil in the popular animated fantasy movie “Bebe’s Kids”, directed by Bruce W. Smith and Nolbert Brown Jr, and which starred Faizon Love, Vanessa Bell Calloway and Robin Harris. It follows a man who’s agreed to look after the kids of his girlfriend’s friend, wanting to impress her, and the movie won one of its three award nominations.

It was also in 1992 that Marques launched his career as a musician, as he co-founded the R&B group Immature together with its manager Chris Stokes, and singers Don ‘Half Pint’ Santos and Jerome ‘Romeo’ Jones.

Marques studied at a local high school in Los Angeles, and upon matriculating in 1999, chose to work on his career rather than to pursue a college degree.

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Roles in TV series

Marques played Eli Black in two 1993 episodes of the comedy “A Different World”, which Bill Cosby created, and which starred Jasmine Guy, Kadeem Hardison and Lisa Bonet. The series aired from 1987 through 1993, follows the lives of several black students, and won 17 of its 25 award nominations.

The year 1997 saw him appear in the episode “Talent Show” of the comedy “The Weird Al Show”, and from 1994 through 1999, Marques starred as Roger Evans in the hit family comedy “Sister, Sister”, which also starred Tamera and Tia Mowry-Housley, and was created by Gary Gilbert and Kim Bass. It follows twins Tamera and Tia who were separated at birth, but have learned about each other’s existence and reunited as teenagers; the series won nine of its 29 award nominations.

Marques appeared in only three TV series in the 2000s, which are also his most recent TV series roles: the historical family drama “American Dreams”, the comedy “One on One”, and another comedy, “Cuts”.

Roles in movies

In 1997, Marques played Jake in the hit family comedy “Good Burger”, directed by Brian Robbins, and which starred Kel Mitchell, Kenan Thompson and Sinbad. It follows two teenagers who are trying to save their burger place from failing now that a new burger restaurant has opened across the street.

Some of Marques’ following roles were in the 2001 comedy “House Party 4: Down to the Last Minute”, the 2004 family fantasy comedy “Fat Albert”, and the 2007 mystery horror thriller “Somebody Help Me”.

In 2013, Marques starred alongside Romeo Miller and Terrill Patterson in the romantic comedy “The Love Letter”, directed by Gary Wheeler, and which follows entertainment columnist Parker who’s realized that she’s in love with her best friend Aaron.

He’s also known for playing a supporting character in the 2019 thriller “Sacrifice”, written and directed by Chris Stokes, and which starred Paula Patton, Juan Antonio and Erica Ash; it follows the life of an entertainment lawyer.

Marques’ three most recent film roles have been in the 2022 thriller “The Stepmother”, its 2022 sequel “The Stepmother 2”, and the 2023 action thriller “No Way Out”.

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Other credits

Marques has 24 producing credits, which include the thriller movies “Assistant”, “Best Friend” and “You’re Not Alone”, all released in 2023.

Some of his recent talk-show appearances have been in “The Real”, “On Air with Ka$h” and “Dish Nation”.

Awards and nominations

Marques won a 1995 Young Artist Award for Best Youth Comedian in a TV Show, for his performance in “Sister, Sister”.

He was also nominated for a 2004 MOBO Award for Best Collaboration, for his and Joe Budden’s song “Clubbin’”, a 2004 MTV Movie Award for Best Dance Sequence, for “You Got Served”, and a 2005 Teen Choice Award for Choice TV Actor: Comedy, for “Cuts”.

Music career

Marques’ music group Immature changed its name to IMx in 1999, and released their debut album “Introducing IMx” in the same year, while their second, self-titled album followed in 2001. They went on to record songs for the movies “House Party 3” and “House Party 4: Down to the Last Minute”, but disbanded in 2002.

Marques then focused on his solo career, and released his first album “MH” on 21 October 2003; it reached #20 on the Billboard 200 chart and #5 on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. His second album “Naked” followed on 24 May 2005, reaching #13 on Billboard 200.

Marques’ third album “Veteran” came out on 20 March 2007 and peaked at #1 on Billboard Top R&B/Hip Hop Albums; his following two albums were “Mr. Houston”, released on 29 September 2009, and “Mattress Music”, which followed on 14 September 2010.

His sixth album “Famous” came out on 27 August 2013, then the following year saw Marques reunite with other IMx members, and they released their extended play (EP) “Remember” in 2015.

Marques released his seventh album “Me” on 4 February 2022, and most recently, on 4 November 2022, he released his EP “Me: Dark Water”.

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Love life and wife

Marques dated American singer-songwriter and rapper Jamila Akiko Aba Chilombo aka Mila J sometime in the first half of the 2000s.

He began dating American actress and model Jennifer Nicole Freeman in 2004, after having met her on the set of the movie “You Got Served”; rumors began circulating the internet in November 2007, claiming that Marques and Jennifer had become engaged, but they split in February 2008.

Marques began dating American model and photographer Marlena Campbell in March 2008, but didn’t reveal that they were together until they celebrated their second anniversary in March 2010; they broke up in 2015.

He began dating American social media star Miya Dickey in 2018, they became engaged in March 2019 and married on 24 August 2020; Marques is 19 years her senior. On 2 December 2021, Miya gave birth to their daughter Zara Houston.

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Interesting facts and hobbies

Marques’ mother Carolyn died from cancer in 1997, and his songs “Alone” and “Please Don’t Go” were dedicated to her.

He’s been a Jehovah’s Witness since 2016.

Marques is a huge fan of Michael Jackson and Boyz II Men, and credits both for his interest in founding a band.

He’s passionate about playing basketball, and is also into racing cars and reading books.

In June 2005, the magazine “Ebony” named Marques ‘Most Eligible Bachelor’.

He was nicknamed ‘Batman’ during one of IMx’s tours.

Marques is an Instagram star; more than 6.5 million people are following him on the network today, and he’s posted over 1,200 pictures and videos.

His favorite actor is Ryan Reynolds, while some of his favorite movies include “Deadpool”, “The Proposal”, and “Bullet Train”.

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Height, eyes and wealth

Marques’ age is 41. He has brown eyes and short black hair, is 5ft 10ins (1.78m) tall and weighs around 175lbs (80kgs).

Marques’ net worth’s been estimated at over $2.5 million, as of April 2023.

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