Malinda Williams

Her estimated net worth is $2.5 million.

Malinda Williams

Do you know Who is Malinda Williams?

Malinda Williams is a film actress and producer from the United States. Malinda became well-known for her roles in films such as ‘High School High,’ ‘The Wood,’ and ‘A Thin Line Between Love and Hate.’ After playing Tracy Van Adams in Soul Food, she was nominated for an NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actress.

Quick Fact Malinda Williams

Full Name:Malinda Williams
Age:46 years
Birthday:24 Sep
Birthplace:Elizabeth, New Jersey
Divorce:Mekhi Phifer, Derrick Jones
Net Worth:$2.5 million
Height:5 feet 2 inches (1.57m)
Sibling:Lisa Sorensen and Leslie Dunn

Malinda Williams Net worth, Earnings

Malinda has made a good living as a self-assured and talented professional. She lives a lavish lifestyle as a result of her lucrative source of income. Her net worth is estimated to be $2.5 million, which is a substantial sum.

Malinda Williams: Early Life and Family

Malinda Williams was born on September 24, 1970, in Elizabeth, New Jersey. She will turn 50 in 2020 and is of American nationality. Her astrological sign is Libra. She has not revealed any information about her parents in her family history.

Her sisters are Lisa Sorensen and Leslie Dunn. Likewise, she finished her education at Union County College. She also studied acting at The Actor’s Conservatory in New York.

Malinda Williams Dating Life (Relationship)

She married DJ, rapper, beatboxer, and producer Derrick Jones, better known as ‘D-Nice,’ on August 23, 2008. Their marriage fell apart, and they divorced in October 2009. They filed for divorce in February 2010, and their divorce was finalized on June 14, 2010.

Malinda was previously introduced to an on-screen character, Mekhi Phifer, via a companion. They met at ‘Secondary School High,’ according to sources. They dated for three years. In 1998, Mekhi proposed to her on New Year’s Eve. The couple married the following year on Valentine’s Day in a wedding sanctuary.

‘Omikaye,’ their son, was born. Their marriage failed, and they divorced in 2003. There has recently been no information about her relationship or affairs.

How Tall is Malinda Williams? Weight, Hair Color

Malinda Williams possesses a pleasant personality as well as a physically fit body. Her height is 5 feet 2 inches, and her weight has yet to be determined. Malinda Williams, likewise, has stunning black eyes and black hair.

Professional Career

  • Malinda’s career as a child artist began in 1987, with the television sitcom ‘The Cosby Show.’ Malinda appeared as a guest star in several shows, including “Miami Vice” (1989), “Roc” (1993), “Sister, Sister” (1994-1995), and “NYPD Blue” (1996). Taylor appeared in three episodes of the sitcom series ‘Moesha’ in 1996.
  • From 1997 to 1998, she starred in the WB sitcom Nick Freno: Licensed Teacher. In 1999, she starred in the romantic comedy The Wood and the horror film Uninvited Guest the following year.
  • In the series ‘Soul Food,’ Malinda played Tracy Fledgling as Van Adams in one of the riskiest roles. From June 28, 2000, to May 26, 2004, she starred in every available series.
  • She was also nominated for three ‘NAACP Image Awards’ for ‘Remarkable Actress in a Drama Series’ (2003-2005) for her performance.
  • She portrayed Kimberly George in the television serial drama ‘Windfall’ in 2006. In 2007, she appeared as ‘Maya’ in the lighthearted comedy show film ‘Daddy’s Little Girls’ as a supporting cast member.
  • Ice Cube co-wrote and starred in ‘First Sunday,’ a 2008 satire film starring Malinda as Tianna Mitchell. Her next film role was as ‘Biopsy’ in ‘A Day in the Life,’ a 2009 melodic crime film.
  • Williams co-starred in the 2012 comedy film ‘2 Days in New York’ as Chris Rock’s sister. She began facilitating the Aspire system’s TV-syndicated program Exhale in 2013.
  • In 2014 and 2015, she co-starred with Garcelle Beauvais, Terri J. Vaughn, and Essence Atkins in the TV One films Girlfriends’ Getaway and Girlfriends’ Getaway 2. In 2015, Williams played a supporting role in David O. Russell’s parody film Accidental Love.

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