Morris Chestnut Net Worth

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Net Worth: $8 Million
Date of Birth: Jan 1, 1969 (51 years old)
Gender: Male
Height: 6 ft (1.83 m)
Profession: Actor, Film Producer
Nationality: United States of America
Morris Chestnut Net Worth:
$8 Million

Morris Chestnut net worth and salary: Morris Chestnut is an American actor who has a net worth of $8 million. Morris Chestnut was born in January of 1969 and is best known for his work in both television shows and movies. He was born in Cerritos, California and graduated from Richard Gahr High School. Chestnut then went on to study both finance and drama at California State University, Northridge. Some of his most notable films include Boyz n the Hood, The Best Man, The Brothers, Two Can Play That Game, Like Mike, Ladder 49, and Think Like a Man. He also co-starred in Patti LaBelle’s sitcom Out All Night, which appeared in the early 1990s. His first acting job came in 1990 when he played the role of Jadon in Freddy’s Nightmares: A Nightmare on Elm Street: The Series. He then went on to star in various TV shows and films while working himself into more reputable roles. He has also been in three Steven Seagal films, including Under Siege 2: Dark Territory, Half Past Dead, and Prince of Pistols. In the latter two he starred as the film’s main villain. In 1995, Chestnut married Pam Byse, with whom he has two kids.

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Inspirational Quotes by Morris Chestnut

I've been in a situation where I was after the money.

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I am just another fireman because the story focuses on Joaquin Phoenix's character, but I play Joaquin's close friend and I get burned up a little bit, but I don't die.

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Some people make a career out of doing one thing, but I wanted to diversify my body of work.

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I'm just happy to be working consistently.

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And I think from a male perspective, we have men talking about their feelings and it being okay.

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