Mekhi Phifer Height, Weight, Net Worth, Age, Birthday, Wikipedia, Who, Nationality, Biography

Mekhi Phifer co-featured in the 2002 film 8 Mile with entertainer/rapper Eminem.

Before season 3, Phifer was a repetitive cast part on the Fox wrongdoing program Lie to Me as Ben Reynolds. He likewise played CIA employable Rex Matheson in Torchwood: Miracle Day.

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Meet Mekhi Phifer Brother Fernando Cameron Mekhi Phifer’s twin brother is Fernando Phifer, Cameroon. The twins, born on December 29, 1974, grew up together in New York City. Both Phifers valued their mom for being a straightforward parent notwithstanding being a single parent.

While Mekhi made his acting presentation in the TV film ‘The Tuskegee Airmen,’ Fernando needed to hold on until 2000 to make his presentation in the TV film ‘Vanishing Acts.’ Fernando featured in one more short film, ‘Sheet,’ in 2016.

While most subtleties of Fernando’s life are muddled, it is evident that the Phifer family has some expertise in acting and is brimming with acting chemicals. Fernando likewise filled in as a creation planner on another short film, ‘Camp Victory.’

Born December 29, 1974 

New York City, U.S.
Occupation Actor
Years active 1995–present

Fernando and Mekhi were close at first, however we don’t see these two brothers hanging together on Mekhi’s virtual entertainment accounts. Fernando is to a great extent missing from all web-based entertainment organizations, inferable from his position of safety and absence of want to be dynamic on these stages.

Mekhi Phifer Family Background Mekhi Phifer was born to his mom in Harlem, New York City. Mekhi developed brought up in a solitary parent climate with his mom, Rhoda Phifer, a secondary teacher.

Mekhi has a child from his past union with entertainer Malinda Williams. In 2007, Oni Souratha brought forth his second child in Los Angeles. Mekhi wedded his long-term darling Reshelet Barnes in Beverly Hills, California, on March 30, 2013.

In 1994, Mekhi, then, at that point, 18, entered an open projecting call for movie producer Spike Lee’s Clockers, taking down more than 1,000 different candidates to play a medications vendor trapped in a homicide conceal.

Phifer proceeded to assume one more part in the comedic spoof film High School High and afterward co-featured in the awfulness picture I Still Know What You Did Last Summer.

Mekhi showed up as “Junior Bunk,” the upset nephew of Baltimore drug supervisor Luther Mahoney, in the fifth as well as 6th times of Homicide: Life on the Street and furthermore showed up as a visitor character in New York Undercover. Mekhi was selected for a NAACP Image Award for the TV film A Lesson Before Dying.

Mekhi Phifer Ethnicity, Religion, And Nationality Mekhi Phifer was born in Harlem, New York City, and is a US resident. Mekhi appears to be of Afro-American drop, albeit this still can’t seem to be demonstrated. Mekhi’s religion seems, by all accounts, to be Christianity.

 

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Phifer is referenced in Eminem’s Grammy and Academy Award-winning tune “Lose Yourself.” In the fourth time of White Collar, he played Agent Collins.

In the second time of the sitcom Husbands, Phifer had an appearance. Phifer turned into a series standard on the TV program Frequency in the fall of 2016.

Mekhi came out on top for the Celebrity Poker Showdown Championship in 2004, overcoming Neil Patrick Harris during the fourth season. Mekhi contends on the World Poker Tour in the Hollywood Home games for the Love Our Children USA good cause.

Phifer is the executive of the leading body of legal administrators of The Vine Group USA, a non-benefit organization established in 2000 to give instructive materials to African universities. Mekhi has enlisted with Full Tilt Poker. On the poker local area 2+2, he has his well.

Mekhi possesses a few Athlete’s Foot sports shoe store establishments in California. Mekhi established Third Reel Films in January 2011.