Darius McCrary Biography
This is what you need to know about Darius McCrary, an American actor, rapper, singer, and also producer. He has appeared in his role as Edward “Eddie” Winslow, the oldest child of Carl and Harriette Winslow on the ABC/CBS television sitcom Family Matters, which ran from 1989–1998.
Darius McCrary Age
Mccrary was born on 1 May 1976 in Walnut, California, United States.
Darius McCrary Height
McCrary stands at a height of 6 feet 2 inches tall.
Darius McCrary Family
He is a husband to Tammy Brawner and a parent of one. She has a sibling called Donovan McCrary.
Darius McCrary Wife
McCrary is married to Tammy Brawner. He was previously married to Karrine Steffans ( 2009–2011), Juliette Vann ( 2005–2006). He is a father of on called Zoey McCrary.
Darius McCrary Net Worth
McCrary has an estimated Net Worth of $100 thousand dollars. His career as an actor is his primary source of income.
Darius McCrary Career
He began his career in the 1987 comedy Big Shots. In 2000, he had a lead role in “Something to Sing About”, a Christian drama produced by the Billy Graham Association, as Tommy. In 2007, he was the voice of Jazz in the movie Transformers. In 2009, he voiced Tarix in Bionicle: The Legend Reborn. McCrary has also had film roles in Next Day Air, and Saw VI, and in national stage play productions including The Maintenance Man. He was also a cast of the CBS daytime drama, The Young and the Restless. McCrary portrayed Malcolm Winters, a role originated by Shemar Moore. Joined on the series by his former Family Matters co-star Bryton James (né McClure), McCrary left The Young and the Restless in October 2011. McCrary’s first album was released in 2011 On January 6, 2010, McCrary appeared as himself in an episode of I Get That a Lot on CBS. He was pumping gas, and Paris Hilton was pretending to be a clerk at the gas station.
Darius McCrary Movies and Tv Shows
- 2008 – The Life and Times of Marcus Felony Brown
- 2009 – Cold Case
- 2009 – 2011 – The Young and the Restless
- 2012–2014 – Anger Management
- 2015 – The Leftovers
- 2015 – Minority Report
- 2016 – Love Under New Management: The Miki Howard Story
- 2016–2018 Star
- 2018–present Monogamy
- 2020 – American Soul