Jamal Mixon Net Worth is
Jamal Mixon Biography
Jamal Mixon is an actor and rapper, born on 17th June 1983 in Oxnard, California, USA. He is probably best known to the public for his role as Ernie Klump, Jr. in the 1996 comedy film “The Nutty Professor”, and its later sequel “Nutty Professor II: The Klumps”(2000).
Have you ever wondered how rich Jamal Mixon is? According to sources it has been estimated that Jamal Mixon’s overall net worth is over $400,000, acquired mostly through a notable acting career, which he started when barely a teenager in the mid ‘90s. Jamal has appeared in several successful movies, and built a name for himself which significantly increased his net worth.
Jamal Mixon Net Worth $400,000
Although mainly noted for his role of Ernie Klump, Jr. in the Eddie Murphy comedy “The Nutty Professor”(1996) and its sequel “Nutty Professor II: The Klumps”(2000), Jamal has also appeared in several other TV series and films. One of his first roles on screen was in the ‘90s comedy feature “How to Be a Player”, when he was still a teenager. His other acting ventures include TV series such as “Malcom & Eddie”(1997), “Moesha”(1997), “The Parkers”(2000-2002), “Good News”(1998), “The Proud Family”(2002) and “George Lopez”(2004). He has also appeared in films “Bulworth”(1998); comedy films “House Party 4: Down to the Last Minute”(2000) and “The Cookout”(2004), in which he appeared next to rapper Ja Rule; the sports drama film “Gridiron Gang”(2006), action comedy film “Paul Blart: Mall Cop”(2009) and musical comedy “Steppin: The Movie”(2009).
In addition to his television and film career, Mixon has also worked as a voice-over actor, and voiced characters in the 2012 animated adventure comedy “Zambezia”, and previously for a 2002 episode of “The Proud Family”. Some of Jamal’s most recent activities include starring with his brother in the 2013 comedy movie “White T”, and in “Crackula Goes to Hollywood” (2015).
Jamal has also had a musical venture, and in collaboration with his brother, released a rap album as the “Herculeez & Big Tyme” duo, results as yet indeterminate.
When it comes to his private life, Mixon manages to keep it away from the eyes of the public. Thanks to his probably most popular role, he refers to himself on social media as Jamal “Big Herculeez” Mixon. Jamal’s older brother, Jared Mixon, is also an actor, and the two have starred together in several movies.
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|Full Name||Jamal Mixon|
|Date Of Birth||June 17, 1983|
|Place Of Birth||Oxnard, California, USA|
|Movies||The Nutty Professor, Nutty Professor II: The Klumps, House Party 4: Down to the Last Minute, Family Reunion, Gridiron Gang, Senior Skip Day, Paul Blart: Mall Cop, Zambezia, White T, Crackula Goes to Hollywood|
|1||He and his brother Jerod are both in the upcoming movie The Cookout, to be released September 3rd 2004, distributed by Lions Gate Films. They are playing the twins named Willie and Nelson. [September 2004]|
|2||He and brother, Jerod, released a rap album as the duo Herculeez & Big Tyme|
|3||Has A Twin Brother Lives in the Los Angeles Area Has a Role in The Parkers.. Playing Countess Vohan's Boyfriend|
|4||Brother of actor Jerod Mixon|
|It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia||2017||TV Series||Black Dennis|
|Crackula Goes to Hollywood||2015||Herculeez|
|The Big Leaf||2015||TV Movie||Earl Webster|
|White T||2013||Henry Weatherspoon|
|Steppin: The Movie||2009||Tugboat|
|Paul Blart: Mall Cop||2009||Leon|
|Senior Skip Day||2008||Video||Harry The Shithouse (as Jamal Mixson)|
|Gridiron Gang||2006||Jamal Evans|
|What Is a Good Cookout?||2005||Video short||Nelson|
|George Lopez||2004||TV Series||Lawrence|
|Family Reunion: The Movie||2003||Video|
|The Proud Family||2002||TV Series||Ray Ray Proud Junior|
|The Parkers||2000-2002||TV Series||Alan / Young Oglevee|
|House Party 4: Down to the Last Minute||2001||Video||Heidi (as Jamal 'Hercules' Mixon)|
|Nutty Professor II: The Klumps||2000||Ernie Klump, Jr.|
|Beverly Hood||1999||Boy #1|
|The Good News||1998||TV Series||Melvin|
|Malcolm & Eddie||1997||TV Series||Perry|
|How to Be a Player||1997||Kid #2|
|The Nutty Professor||1996||Ernie Klump Jr.|
|Starz Special: Gridiron Gang||2006||TV Movie||Himself|