Malik Yoba Net Worth

Malik Yoba is an American actor, writer, and singer who has had a successful career in film and television. He made his film debut in 1993 with 'Cool Runnings' and gained further fame for his role as NYPD Detective J.C. Williams in the popular American police drama series 'New York Undercover'. He has since appeared in a variety of movies and television shows, including 'Cop Land', 'Ride', 'Criminal', 'Bull', 'Empire', 'Blue Bloods', 'Lucky Girl', and 'Paradox'. He continues to work in the industry, performing with some of the best actors in the business.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Singer, Actor, and Writer
Birth Day September 17, 1967
Birth Place The Bronx, New York City, New York, United States, United States
Malik Yoba age 56 YEARS OLD
Birth Sign Libra
Occupation Actor, singer
Years active 1993–present

💰 Net worth: $1.1 Million

Malik Yoba is a multi-talented personality in the United States, with a successful career as a singer, actor, and writer. His versatility has earned him considerable recognition and fame, alongside a commendable net worth. As of 2024, it is estimated that Yoba's net worth reaches approximately $1.1 million. Throughout his career, he has demonstrated his skills and talent in various artistic fields, captivating audiences with his performances on screen and through his music. With his continued success and dedication to his craft, Malik Yoba has undoubtedly become an esteemed figure in the entertainment industry.



In 1994, Yoba began his role as NYPD Detective J.C. Williams on the popular FOX police drama series New York Undercover, opposite Michael DeLorenzo. Yoba and DeLorenzo made television history, as the series was the first police drama on American television to feature two people of color in the starring roles. Yoba's work on New York Undercover earned him three consecutive NAACP Image Awards for Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series (in 1996, 1997, and 1998).


Recently, he starred in the role of FBI Deputy Director Jason Atwood in the ABC political drama Designated Survivor. He was a guest host of the popular weekly music series Soul Train in May 1997. In 2018, he joined the Netflix drama "Seven Seconds" as a member of a support group for parents who had lost their children.


Yoba has also appeared in films such as Cool Runnings and Criminal. He has made appearances on the FOX television series Arrested Development as Ice, a bounty hunter whose real love is party planning, and had a recurring role as Brock Harris on the UPN sitcom Girlfriends. Yoba also appeared in the FX Networks crime drama Thief and the NBC crime drama Raines. He appeared as Gavin in the 2007 Tyler Perry film Why Did I Get Married? and its 2010 sequel Why Did I Get Married Too? In 2009, he co-starred as Astronaut Ted Shaw on the Futuristic ABC drama Defying Gravity. Recently, he announced his plans to bring back New York Undercover to the small screen in a modern TV series adaptation of the original series. Law & Order Writer Courtney Parker penned a spec script for networks to bid on.


From 2011 to 2012, Yoba appeared as former FBI Special Agent Bill Harken on Alphas, a science fiction drama series about a team of people with special abilities who belong to a secret department attached to the DOD. In 2013, Yoba joined the cast of Revolution as Jim Hudson, a former captain of the Monroe Republic. In 2015, he joined the cast of Lee Daniels’ Empire as Vernon Turner, Lucious Lyon's Business partner and chairman of Empire Entertainment, playing the character through the first season. 2016 as Jason Atwood in Designated Survivor starring Keifer Sutherland.

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