Michael Rapaport Net Worth

Michael Rapaport was born on March 20, 1970 in  New York City, New York, United States, is Actor, Director, Producer. A true New Yorker through and through, Michael Rapaport was born in Manhattan, to June Brody, a radio personality, and David Rapaport, a radio program manager. He is of Polish Jewish and Russian Jewish descent. Rapaport moved to Los Angeles to try stand-up comedy following high school graduation (which came after a series of expulsions), but he never lost, forgot nor deserted his New York roots. It's embedded in his work and is a major part of his low-keyed charm and ongoing appeal. His early idols were also New Yorkers (Robert De Niro, Christopher Walken, etc.). He toiled only briefly in L.A. Within a short amount of time Michael moved from the live comedy stage to working in front of a camera. The two developed an immediate rapport. A guest spot on the TV series China Beach (1988) led to a starring role in the quirky interracial indie Zebrahead (1992), which clinched it for him. This, in turn, led to a string of standout parts in films, such as Christian Slater's pal in True Romance (1993), an edgy collegiate-turned-skinhead in Higher Learning (1995) and a sympathetic none-too-bright boxer in Woody Allen's Mighty Aphrodite (1995), all enabling him to build up a higher profile. In later years he managed to show his ease at offbeat comedy, demonstrating a kid-like, goofy charm as Lisa Kudrow's cop boyfriend for a few episodes on Nhung Nguoi Ban (1994) and as teacher Danny Hanson on Boston Public (2000). Lately he has formed his own production company, Release Entertainment, in search of that one big breakout role that could nab top stardom for him. Rapaport married writer Nicole Beatty in 2000, and they have two children.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actor, Director, Producer
Birth Day March 20, 1970
Birth Place  New York City, New York, United States
Birth Sign Aries
Residence Brooklyn, New York U.S.
Other names "Gringo Mandingo" “Mr. White Folks” “White Mike”
Occupation Actor Director Podcast host Comedian Sr. Fantasy Football Analyst
Years active 1991–present
Spouse(s) Nichole Beattie (m. 2000; div. 2007) Kebe Dunn (m. 2016)
Children 2

💰 Net worth: $8 Million



Rapaport grew up on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, near 70th and York. His family is from Poland and Russia, and he is Ashkenazi Jewish. The surname Rappaport is of Italian Jewish origin.


Rapaport had a hard time in school. He attended Erasmus Hall High School in the 1980s and was eventually expelled from high school, although he went back and graduated from Martin Luther King High School in New York City.


In 1989, Rapaport moved to Los Angeles, California when he was 19 years old to try to become a stand-up comic. Rapaport's stepfather, comic Mark Lonow, who owned The Improv with Budd Friedman, helped him get into the stand-up world. He did that for three years.


Rapaport was arrested on May 18, 1997 for harassing ex-girlfriend Lili Taylor and charged with two counts of aggravated harassment. He then pleaded guilty to the charges in court and New York Supreme Court Justice Arlene Goldberg issued a protection order to keep the actor away from contacting Taylor, as well as mandating he undergo counseling sessions. He was not jailed.


In 2000, Rapaport married Writer and Producer Nichole Beattie. They have two sons. They divorced in 2007.


In 2005, Rapaport wrote an article for Jane magazine about having to evict the Actress Natasha Lyonne from a property he was renting to her during a period of heavy drug use on her part. The two have since reconciled and remain friends.


In October 2008, Rapaport announced that he was directing a documentary about hip hop act A Tribe Called Quest. The film, Beats, Rhymes & Life: The Travels of a Tribe Called Quest, was released in 2011 and received mostly positive reviews.


On February 12, 2010, Rapaport participated in the NBA All-Star Weekend's Celebrity Game and won the MVP for the game for his defense on football player Terrell Owens, the MVP of the last two Celebrity Games, despite scoring just four points and having only a single rebound.


On April 17, 2014, an ESPN 30 for 30 film he directed premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. The film was about the 1970s championship-winning New York Knicks led by Earl Monroe, Walt Frazier, and Willis Reed. Players that made it to the premiere included Monroe, Frazier, Phil Jackson, Cazzie Russell, and Dick Barnett. Bill Bradley was not able to attend due to a recent hip replacement surgery.


In 2016, Rapaport married his long time girlfriend, Actress Kebe Dunn.


On June 19, 2017, Rapaport announced on Twitter that he would be joining the popular Sports satire website Barstool Sports where he will be a correspondent for the podcast Pardon My Take. On February 18, 2018, Rapaport was fired from Barstool Sports after making a rude comment toward their fan base.

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