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#MCM: Marlon Wayans, humour and versatility

Readers Lounge By Gloria Nyang'iye

The very hilarious actor, comedian and producer, Marlon Wayans, is this week’s Man Crush Monday. Marlon has been in the acting business since 1988 and he has played some very iconic movie roles that we all love.

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Marlon is the youngest of 10 siblings, all of whom have successful comedy projects in Hollywood.

The 47-year-old is famous for his multiple movie roles which include the classics: Scary Movie, White Chicks and in what is probably the longest movie title, Don't Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood.

Marlon is a versatile actor who is able to transform and morph himself into almost anything. Examples of this are ‘Tiffany Wilson’ in White Chicks, ‘Calvin’ in Little Man and, more recently, ‘Alan’, ‘Russel’, ‘Ethan’, ‘Baby Pete’, ‘Dawn’ and ‘Jasper’ in Sextuplets.

His prowess has earned him well-deserved respected and very successful after such a long run in Hollywood.

Marlon has been in the acting business since 1988
His first introduction to fame was with his siblings in the Wayans family In Living Color (1992-1993)
Marlon has done charity work with the Get Schooled Foundation, Keep A Child Alive and the Multiple Sclerosis Society among others
Marlon won a BET Comedy Award Outstanding Writing for a Box Office Movie for White Chicks
Marlon is the youngest of 10 siblings
Marlon Wayans in 6"1 ladies!

(Images: Instagram - @marlonwayans)

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