‘I was happier when i was poor & leading a normal life: Money Can’t Buy Happiness’

Hollywood royalty is the Wayans family. Big brother Keenan Ivory Wayans began his career in the early 1980s alongside Robert Townsend, another legendary figure in black cinema. In order to chase their aspirations of comic glory in Los Angeles, the pair journeyed

across the nation. Hollywood Shuffle’s success allowed Keenan to carve out a career for himself as a writer, director, and producer. In her work, including the 1990s sketch comedy series In Living Color, he started to feature his siblings. Due to the popularity of White Chicks and

the Scary Movie franchise, Marlon is the most well-known member of his family. He and his brother Shawn, who were the youngest members of the family, rose to fame as a comedy team in the 1990s. For several seasons, they were the stars of their own show, The Wayans Brothers.

Marlon frequently discusses the difficulties he encountered growing up in a large family and how having to differentiate out from his brothers helped him succeed in Hollywood. He is well known for his exuberance and physical humor. Marlon is doing okay for himself and currently

experiencing a small professional upswing. At the moment, his worth approx $40 million. Marlon Wayans recently visited The Cruz Show and talked about fame and riches, admitting that sometimes he thinks his life was simpler when he was poor. Marlon claims he returned to his

former area and frequently gives back to it. Marlon claims that he has always been happy and that money cannot make him happy. Marlon claims, I was satisfied before the celebrity and before I had money. I don’t care where I am as long as I’m with the proper people.