Morris Lamont Chestnut is an American actor. He is one of the main characters in the comedy-drama miniseries The Best Man: The Final Chapters.
Morris is 6 feet 2 inches tall
Morris is 84 Kg. The actor went from 220 pounds (99.7 Kg) to a lean and ripped 187 pounds in just 12 weeks for his role in The Best Man
Morris Chestnut Net Worth
Chestnut’s net worth is $8 million
About Morris Chestnut
Morris Chestnut a former footballer, received immediate recognition in his first feature role as Ricky Baker, the promising young athlete cut tragically down in John Singleton’s powerful coming-of-age film, “Boyz N the Hood” (1991).
His acting career continued to rise from the movie until his latest role in 2022 The Best Man: The Final Chapters.
Morris Chestnut had bought many mansions in California including Hidden Hills, Los Angeles, and Calabasas. However, he sold all the houses eventually due to personal reasons.
How many Cars Dealership does Morris Chestnut own?
The famous actor owned two car dealerships. He prefers getting used cars for himself other than new cars although he admits to having purchased new cars for his mother and wife.
Is Morris Chestnut still married?
Yes, Chestnut is still married to Pam Byse and together they have two children. The pair have managed to keep their private lives private and away from the social media.
What does Morris’s diet look like?
The famous actor begins his day with a serving of dry oats for morning energy before hitting the gym. After his workout, he takes egg whites, turkey bacon, and broccoli.
He takes chicken breast, turkey, or steak with sweet potatoes and more broccoli for lunch. Morris will take some variations of this two more times throughout the day.
Chestnut loves his protein shakes and he craves proteins.
Has Morris received any awards?
Morris has won Acapulco Black Film Festival Award for Best Acting Ensemble, and NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series
How old is Morris?
The actor is 54 years old as of 1st January.
The Best Man: The Final Chapters
Longtime college friends Harper, Quentin, Lance, Murch, Jordan, Robyn, Candace, and Shelby face the midlife challenges of marriage, parenting, health, romance, work, and identity as they revisit and redefine their friendships. Harper gets the opportunity to turn his book “Unfinished Business”