Malik Yoba Net Worth

How much is Malik Yoba worth?

Net Worth: $3 Million
Date of Birth: Sep 17, 1967 (53 years old)
Gender: Male
Height: 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
Profession: Actor, Screenwriter, Singer
Nationality: United States of America
Malik Yoba Net Worth:
$3 Million

Malik Yoba net worth: Malik Yoba is an American actor who has a net worth of $3 million dollars. Malik Yoba was born in The Bronx, New York, and began his acting career in the early 90s, appearing in the film “Cool Runnings”, and guest starring on the television series, “Where I Live”. From there, he went on to steady work in both film and television projects. His film work includes roles in “Smoke”, “Blue in the Face”, “Cop Land”, “Soul Food”, “Criminal”, “Why Did I Get Married?”, and “Why Did I Get Married Too?”. He has played guest starring, co-starring, or recurring roles on such television shows as “Law and Order”, “Trinity”, “Girlfriends”, “Arrested Development’, “Raines”, “CSI: Miami”, “Defying Gravity”, “Justified”, “Nikita”, “Person of Interest”, and “Revolution”. He is most widely recognized for his starring roles on the series, “New York Undercover”, and for his work in the sci-fi series, “Alphas”.

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Inspirational Quotes by Malik Yoba

Most people haven't figured out when you are of service to other people outside of just yourself, the doorway for opportunity and blessings come in a very very different way.

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I've directed web series, music videos, film shorts, and theater. It's just a hat I put on.

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Being raised Muslim, we had to get up at the crack of dawn to pray. There was no sleeping in, no getting up Saturday morning to watch cartoons because there was no TV in the house. But you got up and you worked, cleaned the house.

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I knew that I wanted to create a restaurant like Hard Rock Cafe or Planet Hollywood that celebrated not just music or Hollywood, but who we were as people of color, as Caribbean, African, Cajun and Southern people.

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I used to walk in the burnt up Harlem of the '80s, and I'd look at brownstones that were dilapidated or apartment buildings, thinking 'Whoever designed this and built this did not want it to look like this.' So, I used to visualize one day being able to contribute and build in Harlem.

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