Duane Martin Bio, Age, Height, Net Worth, Wife, Kids, Movies, TV Shows

Duane Martin Biography

Duane Martin is an American film and television actor. Martin first appeared on TV in Out All Night. He later appeared on Real Husbands of Hollywood. Martin is a former basketball player for the New York Knicks 

Duane Martin Age

Martin was born on August 11, 1965 (age 53) Brooklyn, New York, U.S.

Duane Martin Height

Martin stands at a height of  5′ 10″ (1.78 m).

Duane Martin Net worth

The successful film and television actor and also real estate agent has a net worth of $15 million dollars as of 2019. His film roles and television appearances are the primary source of his income and also as a real estate agent.

Duane Martin Wife

Martin was married to Tisha Campbell-Martin, former Martin and My Wife and Kids star, she is also an actress, singer and dancer. The two wed on August 17, 1996. Campbell-Martin filed for divorce in February 2018, after 22 years together.

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Duane Martin Kids

Martin and Tisha Campbell have two sons namely, Xen and Ezekiel Czar Martin.

Duane Martin NBA

Martin is a graduate of New York University. He played basketball at NYU NCAA Division III and was signed as an un-drafted free agent to a non-guaranteed contract in 1989 in the National Basketball Association (NBA) with the New York Knicks. However, Martin was soon cut and never actually played in the NBA.

Duane Martin Career

Martin’s first TV appearance was in the NBC comedy series Out All Night, which also starred Vivica A. Fox, Patti LaBelle and Morris Chestnut. Martin appeared in the Boyz II Men music video “I’ll Make Love to You”. He was a cast member with Jon Cryer and Vivica A. Fox in the short-lived Fox sitcom Getting Personal. On the UPN/The CW sitcom All of Us, Martin portrayed TV reporter Robert James . He guest starred on his wife’s sitcom Rita Rocks IN 2009 as Chuck; and Fernando on The Paul Reiser Show in 2011.
Martin’s Notable feature film roles include Willie in White Men Can’t Jump in 1992, Jr. Philips in The Inkwell in 1994 and Kyle Lee Watson in Above the Rim in 1994. Martin plays a lead role in the romantic comedy The Seat Filler in 2004, as law student Derrick who falls in love with a celebrity. Martin portrays himself in the BET comedy Real Husbands of Hollywood.

Duane Martin Domestic Violence towards his former wife, Tisha Campbell-Martin.

Source: rollingout.com
The former “Martin” sitcom star has already accused her husband, who is best known for Above the Rim, “Real Husbands of Hollywood” and “All of Us,” of an assortment of transgressions, including a financial scam and hiding large sums of money from her.
Campbell-Martin, 50, who also starred in the classic films House Party, Boomerang and School Daze, told the courts that Duane Martin even punched her with a closed fist, and has been physical with her as recently as last month, TMZ reports.
The wife reportedly filed for a restraining order against Duane Martin, 53, claiming that back in December, he “grabbed me by my arm to try to get me in the bedroom.” She also told the court that she had filed a police report regarding multiple instances of physical abuse.
According to the legal documents obtained by TMZ, the mental and emotional abuse began almost from the outset of their marriage 23 years ago that produced two children, Xen, 16, and Ezekiel, 8. Most painfully, Campbell-Martin says her husband beat her down mentally about her significant weight gain and how it cost her movie and TV roles in the ensuing years.
When the actress was asked why she is bringing up the matter of physical abuse now, Campbell-Martin replied, according to TMZ: “I can no longer live in fear of retaliation,” she said. “The need [to] press criminal charges for his acts overshadows the embarrassment of making his crimes against me public through this report.”
Campbell-Martin’s pleas were apparently sufficient enough as the judge granted her the temporary restraining order. Martin is required to keep a distance equal to the length of a football field from his estranged wife as they continue to hammer away at their divorce.

Duane Martin Movies

Year

Film

Role

Other notes

1992

White Men Can’t Jump

Willie Lewis

1994

Above the Rim

Kyle Lee Watson

The Inkwell

Jr. Phillips

1996

Down Periscope

Planesman 1st Class Jefferson ‘R.J.’ Jackson

1997

Fakin’ da Funk

Brandon

Scream 2

Joel

1998

Woo

Frankie

The Faculty

Officer #1

1999

Any Given Sunday

Willie’s Agent

2003

Deliver Us from Eva

Michael ‘Mike’

What Boys Like

Phil

Ride or Die

Conrad ‘Rad’ McRae

Direct-to-Video Release

2004

The Seat Filler

Derrick

Duane Martin TV Shows

Year

Title

Role

Notes

1990

Moe’s World

Steve

TV-Movie

1991

Against the Law

1 episode

1992

Roc

Kenny

1 episode

CBS Schoolbreak Special

Jordan

1 episode

1992–1993

Out All Night

Vidal Thomas

20 episodes

1993, 1995

The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

Duane

2 episodes

1995

Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child

The Prince

1 episode
voice role

1997

Living Single

Ty Richardson

1 episode

‘Between Brothers

Mason

1 episode

1998

‘Mr. Headmistress

Jim

TV-Movie

Getting Personal

Milo Doucette

17 episodes

1999

Sugar Hill

1 episode

Mutiny

B.J. Teach

TV-Movie

2000

Girlfriends

Joan’s love interest

1 episode

2001

Blind Men

TV-Movie

One on One

Elliott

1 episode

2002

I Got You

TV-Movie

Yes, Dear

Alan

1 episode

2003

Abby

1 episode

2003–2007

All of Us

Robert James

88 episodes

2006

Ghost Whisperer

Ashton Belluso

1 episode

2009

Rita Rocks

Chuck DeShannon

5 episodes

2011

The Paul Reiser Show

Fernando

7 episodes

2013–Present

Real Husbands of Hollywood

Himself

11 episodes

2017

The New Edition Story

Louil Silas / Louil Silas Jr.

2019

L.A.’s Finest

Ben Baines

Main cast; filming

Duane Martin Awards and Nominations

BET Comedy Awards

  • 2004: Nominated, “Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Box Office Movie” – Deliver Us From Eva
  • 2005: Nominated, “Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series” – All of Us.

Daytime Emmy Award

  • 1993: Nominated, “Outstanding Performer in a Children’s Special” – CBS Schoolbreak Special

NAACP Image Award

  • 2007: Nominated, “Outstanding Actor in a Comedy Series” – All of Us.