Jul. 23rd, 1972
New York City, New York, USA
6' 0 1/2
Marlon Wayans' Main TV Roles
Main Movie Roles2014 - A Haunted House 2
2013 - The Heat
2013 - A Haunted House
2010 - Marmaduke
2009 - Why We Laugh: Black Comedians on Black Comedy
2009 - Dance Flick
2009 - G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra
2007 - Norbit
2004 - The Ladykillers
2004 - White Chicks
2003 - Tupac: Resurrection
2001 - Scary Movie 2
2000 - Dungeons & Dragons
2000 - Requiem for a Dream
2000 - Scary Movie
1998 - Senseless
1997 - The 6th Man
1996 - Don't Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood
1992 - Mo' Money
1988 - I'm Gonna Git You Sucka
Guest TV Roles
Himself - Guest
- Hosted the Best Of Comedia short film screening at the 2007 Just For Laughs International Comedy festival where he treated the audience to an insightful lecture on the history of the short film and its relevance in contemporary comedy film making.
- Cousin of 'Craig Wayans' (qv). Uncle of 'Damon Wayans Jr.' (qv), 'Michael Wayans' (qv), 'Cara Mia Wayans' (qv), Kyla Wayans, Jolie Ivory Imani Wayans, Keenen Ivory Wayans Jr., Nala Wayans, Bella Wayans, and 'Damien Dante Wayans' (qv).
- Has two children, a son named Shawn Howell and a daughter named Arnai Zackary.
- His first son, Shawn Howell, is named after his brother Shawn Wayans and father Howell Wayans
- Graduated from the School of Performing Arts, NY and from Howard University
- (July 23, 2009) Celebrated his 37th birthday at the Le Baron nightclub in Paris, France with a few of his G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra co-stars.
- Marlon was originally slated to play Robin/Dick Grayson in "Batman Forever" when Tim Burton was considering directing it, but once Joel Schumacher ultimately took the helm, his vision for the character did not jive with placing Marlon in the role and he instead cast Chris O'Donnell.
- Has been good friends with Omar Epps since their childhood.