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Antwon Tanner

Facts of Antwon Tanner

Date of Birth: 1975 , April-14
Birth Nation: United States
Height: 5 feet 5 inch
Name Antwon Tanner
Nationality American
Birth Place/City Chicago, Illinois, U.S.
Profession Actor
Net Worth $2 million
Married Yes
Married to N/A
Education Corliss High School

Quick Timeline of Antwon Tanner

1975 Born in United States
1999 Appeared in The Wood
2005 Appeared in Coach Carter
2009 Arrested by police
2018 Net worth around $2 million

Detail Timeline of Antwon Tanner

April 14 , 1975

Born in United States

Antwon was born in Chicago, Illinois, the United States. He joined Corliss High School, where he completed his primary education. Later he enrolled at Rosemead High School, where he graduated in 1993.

1999

Appeared in The Wood

Antwon appeared in an American coming of age film The Wood, which was directed by Rick Famuyiwa. The total budget for this movie was $6 million and made a collection of $25,059,640 at the box office.

2005

Appeared in Coach Carter

Antwon appeared in an American biographical sports drama film Coach Carter, which was directed by Thomas Carter. The movie grossed $76.7 million at the box office against the budget of $30 million.

April 16 , 2009

Arrested by police

Antwon was caught by police and was accused by federal authorities of knowingly and intentionally transferring Social Security numbers for $10,000. Later he was sent to prison for 3 months for the offense and had to report to prison by April 30, 2010

2018

Net worth around $2 million

Antwon collects a decent amount of salary from his professional multi-television appearance. As of 2018, his net worth is estimated at around $2 million. By looking his developing career, we can assume that his net worth is sure to increase in coming days.

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American actor Antwon Tanner is popular for his recurring role as Michael in an American television series "Moesha.", It was first aired on the UPN, an American broadcast television network.

Antwon Tanner's early life

He was born on April 14, 1975, in Chicago, Illinois, the United States. Antwon holds an American by nationality and belongs to African-American ethnicity.

He joined Corliss High School where he completed his primary education. Later, he enrolled at Rosemead High School and graduated in 1993.

Antwon Tanner's career

After completion of his graduation, Antwon made his screen debut in a 1996 basketball film Sunset Park. The movie was directed by Steve Gomer.

After a couple of years, he starred in an American television sitcom Sister, Sister which was created by Kim Bass. The cast members of this series are Tia Mowry, Tamera Mowry, Jackée Harry, and Tim Reid. 

In 1999, Antwon appeared in an American coming of age film The Wood, which was directed by Rick Famuyiwa. The movies star other leads like Taye Diggs, Omar Epps, Richard T. Jones, and Sean Nelson.

The total budget for this movie was $6 million and made a collection of $25,059,640 at the box office.

In 2005, Antwon appeared in an American biographical sports drama film Coach Carter, which was directed by Thomas Carter. Other stars of this movie are Samuel L. JacksonRob Brown, Channing Tatum, and Rick Gonzalez.

The movie grossed $76.7 million at the box office against the budget of $30 million.

In 2017, Antwon featured in an American comedy-drama television series Get Shorty, which was aired on Epix, an American premium cable, and satellite television network.

The cast members of the TV series are Chris O'Dowd, Ray Romano, Sean Bridgers, and Lidia Porto. 

Some of his notable movies and television series are Moesha, Boston Public, Brothers in Arms, 7eventy 5ive, I Do... I Did!, Dysfunctional Friends, From This Day Forward, One Blood, The Dempsey Sisters, Who Can I Run To, 7 Faces of Jack the Ripper, Fade Away, Checkmate, and Rosewood.   

Antwon Tanner's personal life

He is a married man. However, he has not disclosed the name of his wife. He is secretive about his love life, affair, and girlfriend. Moreover, he has not shared any information about his children.  

On April 16, 2009, Antwon was caught by police and was accused by federal authorities of knowingly and intentionally transferring Social Security numbers for $10,000. Later, he was sent to prison for 3 months for the offense and had to report to prison by April 30, 2010

Antwon Tanner's net worth

Antwon collects a decent amount of salary from his professional television appearance. As of 2018, his net worth is estimated at around $2 million.