Duane Martin Net Worth, Income and Bankruptcy Issue

Duane Martin is an American television and film actor as well as a real estate entrepreneur. He gained fame after starring some TV series and movies too. You might know him well from All of Us. He played a role Robert James. Unfortunately, he is in hard days after bankruptcy issue. Duane Martin Net Worth was -$14 million .

Duane Martin Net Worth and Bankruptcy

Duane Martin Net Worth and Bankruptcy

Don’t you know? Duane Martin used to be  basket ball player. he was listed in undrafted free agent in 1989. He nearly joined The New York Knicks’ for NBA. Unfortunately, it was cut. And he changed his way to acting career. He finally debuted as regular on television in Out All Night. There he played as Vidal Thomas.He casted in this sitcom alongside Vivica Fox, Patti LaBelle, and Morris Chestnut. This series ran well till 130 episodes.

He also got a role in All of Us. This was his second long TV series that he ever starred.And this show also bring him to the highest achievement of his career. He was nominated in two awards including “Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series” by BET Comedy Awards (2005), and “Outstanding Actor in a Comedy Series” by NAACP Image Award.

Duane Martin Net Worth and Bankruptcy Issue

Talking about his wealth, the actor and his wife, Tisha Campbell have been issued for bankruptcy since 2016. The media reported that, they were in debt. The total of the debt was around $ 14 million dollars. They only had $313,000 as the assets between them. Reported in E!, eonline.com, the couple got debt from unpaid taxes, loans, car leases, credit card bills and other government debts.

They also own Xen Restaurant in Sherman Oaks, Calif. However, the restaurant was no longer in profit. Some of TV shows they starred today are also far from enough to solve this problem.

 

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