Michael Elliot Epps is a 49-year-old American stand-up comedian, actor, writer, and film producer. He is best known for portraying Day-Day Jones’s role in the film, Next Friday(2000) and Friday After Next (2002).
Mike has also appeared in many movies and TV shows such as Resident Evil, Hancock, Girls Trip, The Sopranos, Uncle Buck, etc. In 2009, he released his first album, Funny Bidness: Da Album.
One year after, Mike Epps produced the documentary about one of the former members of Tupac Shakur’s Outlawz. Explore Mike Epp’s life in detail as we take a look at his net worth.
Net Worth and Income Sources.
Michael has been a stand-up comedian and actor for more than two decades now. As of 2020, Mike Epps’ net worth is set at $14 million. He collects his paychecks through his career as an actor, stand-up comedian, author, and film producer.
According to a book listing, Mike Epps receives $50K for single gigs. In 2014, he was ranked number four at the Top 10 US Arena Tours. Mike made around $480.5K from two tours that year from ticket sales.
He also generates money from his book, Unsuccessful Thug: One Comedian’s Journey from Naptown to Tinseltown. On Amazon, the book is sold at $10.83.
Mike’s acting career has generated a total of $140 million over the years. However, that is not the end of it. He will continue to be earning more since he’s still an active actor.
Mike Epps has produced several films, including his stand-up special, “Mike Epps: Only One Mike.”
House, Cars, Property, Lifestyle.
After divorcing his wife, Mechelle McCain, they had to divide their assets. One of their assets included their beautiful mansion in Encino worth $3.5 million. Mike and his ex-wife bought their 6828 square feet house ten years ago.
After the divorce, Mike got to keep his ’79 Caddy, 2015 Jeep Cherokee, 2016 Mercedes, and his Suzuki Chopper. In addition to that, he also got to keep various properties that he owns in Indiana.
As we go through his social media, we can see that Mike Epps prefers living a much simpler life.
Mike Epps began his career as a stand-up comedian by joining the Def Comedy Jam Tour in 1995. Two years later, Myers made his first appearance on Television after appearing in Vin Diesel’s movie, Strays. After the film Next Friday, Mike Epps started getting more popular.
In 2001, Mike had a voice role in the film Dr. Dolittle 2.
In 2010, Mike Epps released a comedy special, “Underrated & Never Faded,” where he showcased his culture and young life skills. That was one of his major works over the years.
In 2007, Mike Epps shared a Gotham Award for the film, Talk to Me. In 2012, he received an Image Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in the movie, Jumping the Broom.
During the same year, he served as the Super Bowl Ambassador to his home city, Indianapolis. Mike Epps released his first music single, Big Girls, in 2008. The following year, he released Tying to be a Gangster and Aint Chu You?