Mike Epps

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Mike Epps Basic Information

Stage Name: Mike Epps
Real Name: Michael Elliot Epps
Occupation: Stand-up Comedian, Actor
Date Of Birth/Age: November 18, 1970 (53) Years Old
Place of Birth: Indianapolis, Indiana, U.S.
Gender: Male
Nationality: American
Marital Status: Married
Education: Arsenal Technical High School
Height: 1.87 m
Net Worth: $5M

Mike Epps Biography

Michael Elliot Epps is an American actor and stand-up comedian who was born on November 18, 1970. In Next Friday and its follow-up, Friday After Next, he played Day-Day Jones. He also played “Black Doug” in The Hangover and The Hangover Part III. In Open Season 2, he voiced Boog, taking Martin Lawrence’s place.

Lawrence and he had previously worked together on the comedy Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins, when he portrayed Roscoe’s cousin “Reggie” with Lawrence. In the movies Resident Evil: Apocalypse (2004) and Resident Evil: Extinction (2007), he played Lloyd Jefferson “L.J.” Wade.

Mike Epps, Yours Truly, People, April 19, 2024



The parents of Mike are Mary Reed and Tommy Epps. Epps is of mixed racial and ethnic heritage. Mike has a strong bond and is very close to his father. There’s a scarcity of information about Epps’ parents.

Mike Epps, Yours Truly, People, April 19, 2024


There is no proper information known on Mike Epps’ siblings; other accounts claim he has no siblings, making him his parents’ only child.


Mike Epps and his ex-wife Mechelle McCain (from 2006 to 2017) have two daughters: Madison (born 2007) and Moriah (born 2005). Mike Epps had a daughter, Bria (born 1993), from a previous relationship before his ex-wife entered his life. Bria, his eldest daughter, gave birth to Skylar in 2012, making Epps a proud grandfather.

Bria works as a professional makeup artist while parenting her daughter. Epps also has another daughter, Makalya (born 1999), his second after Bria, however there is considerable confusion regarding who she is.

Mike Epps, Yours Truly, People, April 19, 2024


Mike Epps married his second wife, producer Kyra Robinson, on June 23, 2019. The wedding ceremony took place at the Pelican Hil Resort in Newport Beach, California. His wife, Kyra, is currently a producer for the OWN network’s hit show, Iyanla Fix My Life. Mike Epps met his future wife Kyra Robinson at an airport in late 2017, according to some accounts. The pair married the next year.

Mike Epps, Yours Truly, People, April 19, 2024


Net Worth

Mike Epps has amassed a sizable net worth as a result of his several careers. Epps’ net worth is $5 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth.


Epps boasts an ideal mix of modern and antique vehicles, as well as one of the most extensive vintage car collections. A 1964 Buick Riviera, a 2013 Range Rover, a 2013 Rolls Royce Ghost, a 1932 Ford “T-Bucket” Hot Rod, and a 1957 Chevrolet Bel-Air Convertible are among the vehicles in his collection.


Epps and his wife Kyra renovated an abandoned firehouse on the block into their gorgeous new home. The Epps, however, are not content with that; they also intend to renovate homes in the Indianapolis neighborhood where Mike grew up.

Mike Epps, Yours Truly, People, April 19, 2024

Movies & Comedy


In 1997’s Strays, Mike Epps made his on-screen debut in a supporting role. Following his performance in the wildly popular film Next Friday, the actor achieved popularity. In the project, he and Ice Cube shared the same screen. Additionally, Epps provided the voices for other films, including Dr. Dolittle 2 and Open Season 2.

After being cast as Lloyd Jefferson “L.J.” Wade in Resident Evil: Apocalypse in 2004, he attained international renown. The performer returned to the part in Resident Evil: Extinction in 2007. Mike has also appeared in films such as Where’s the Money (2017), Suprecon (2018), The Last Back Man in San Francisco (2019), and others.

Netflix Comedy Specials

Def Comedy Jam 25, “Mike Epps: Only One Mike,” and “Mike Epps: Don’t Take It Personal” are three of his four Netflix stand-up specials. His most recent Netflix special, “Mike Epps: Indiana Mike,” is the title of his fourth special.

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