Omar Epps Bio, Age, Height, Family, Wife, Net worth, Movies and Tv shows
Omar Epps Biography
This is what you need to know about Omar Epps is an American actor, rapper and also producer. He is known for appearing as the role of Dr. Dennis Gant on the medical drama series ER, J. Martin Bellamy in Resurrection.
Omar Epps Age
Epps was born on July 20th, 1973, in Brooklyn, New York. He is currently 47 years old as of 2021. Epps celebrates his birthday on July of every year.
Omar Epps Height
Epps is a man of average stature and shape he stands at a 5 feet 10 inches tall.
Omar Epps Family
Epps was raised by Bonnie Maria Epps his mother who was an elementary school principal. Little is known concerning his family, we will update this information once it is available.
Omar Epps Wife
Epps is married to Keisha Spivey who was from an R&B group named Total. The couple got married in 2005 and they have two children together daughter K’mari Mae and son Amir.
Omar Epps Net worth
Epps has an estimated net worth of $ 15 million dollars.
Omar Epps Education
Epps studied at Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts.
Omar Epps Career
Early on in his career, Epps was frequently cast as wayward teenagers and/or athletes. He made his feature film debut in Juice, directed by cinematographer Ernest Dickerson and starring rapper Tupac Shakur. Following his role in Juice, Epps starred alongside James Caan as a running back in the NCAA football thriller The Program.Epps participated in the film Deadly Voyage, for which he earned the best actor prize at the Monte Carlo Television Festival for his portrayal of African stowaways Kingsley Ofusu. He switched to baseball the next year as a co-star in Major League II, taking up the role of Willie Mays Hayes from Wesley Snipes.
Epps won a part as Dr. Dennis Gant, a disturbed surgical intern, on the hit television program ER for numerous episodes. Following his work on ER, Epps returned to the big screen in 1997 for a brief role as a joyful moviegoer on a date with a woman played by Jada Pinkett Smith, who in the smash sequel Scream 2 becomes an early victim of a psychopathic slasher. In 2000, Epps played alongside Alfre Woodard and Sanaa Lathan in the film Love & Basketball. He played Quincy, an NBA hopeful who had a tumultuous relationship with Monica, a similarly talented female basketball star played by Lathan. Epps also appeared in a number of supporting roles in films such as Dracula 2000, Big Trouble, and the telepic Conviction. He also played a gangster in Brother, a mob movie.
Omar Epps Sanaa Lathan
The chemistry between performers Sanaa Lathan and Omar Epps was so strong that viewers imagined they were dating. Fans have always longed for their on-screen chemistry to be carried over into their off-screen relationships. In the spring of 2000, Love & Basketball was released. Sanaa Lathan and Omar Epps starred in the romantic drama, which chronicles the story of Quincy McCall and Monica Wright (Lathan), two childhood neighbors who fall in love.
Omar Epps Movies and Tv shows
- Love and Basketball
- Fattal affair
- The Wood
- The Legend of Korra
- Power Book III
- This is Us