Tevin Campbell Biography

    Updated On Mar 06, 2018 Published On Sep 01, 2015
    Facts of Tevin Campbell
    Date of Birth: 1976 , November-12
    Birth Nation: United States
    Height: 5 Feet 8 Inch
    Name Daryn Kagan
    Nationality American
    Birth Place/City Santa Barbara, California
    Ethnicity White
    Profession Broadcaster
    Weight in KG 81 kg
    Married N/A
    Married to Maui Chapman (m. 1995–2005)
    Children 3
    Education Stanford University
    Online Presence Facebook,Twitter,Wiki
    TV Show CNN Live Today, American Morning
    Net Worth $ 1000
    Eye Color Blue
    Hair Color Brown
    Body Measurements N/A
    Birth Name Daryn A. Kagan
    Father Duane Chapman
    Mother La fonda Sue Honeycutt
    Working For Television
    Face Color White
    Famous for Journalist
    Divorce Yes
    Awards Songwriter of the Year
    Breast Size 36A
    Waist size 27
    Hip Size 34
    Salary $ 750 hundred
    Tattoo(s) Not Available
    Religion Jewish
    Neck Size 8.7
    Shoe Size 9 (US)
    Movies : A Brief History of Time, Hawking, Beyond the Horizon, Fate of the Universe
    Sisters Vickie Lynn Swayze
    Siblings Lyssa Chapman, Duane Lee Chapman, II
    Girlfriend Amber Smith
    Music Group 3LW
    Nick Name Chris
    Affair with N/A
    Albums Never Lose Sight
    Chest Size Unknown
    Boyfriend John Andersson
    Special Title Miss January 1999
    Books Girl Walks into a Bar . . .: Comedy Calamities
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    Tevin Campbell keeps his personal life very low profile. Though being so popular, he has not revealed any news about his datinglife, girlfriend, affair, relationship, married life etc. There is a rumor about him being Gay but it’s not officially confirmed yet.

    He might also be married and got beautiful spouse and children, however information about then are not available. The information about his marriage is unknown so it does not look like he has gone through divorce ever. He has the net worth of $2 million dollars and charge good sum as his salary. 

    Tevin Campbell released his debut album T.E.V.I.N in 1991, which also include his highest-charting single, Tell Me What You Want Me To Do. In 1993, he released his second Double platinum album I'm Ready, which also contains his hit songs: Can we talk and I'm Ready. He is five times nominee of Grammy Awards.

    His other two albums were not successful. Tevin Campbell was also seen acting on movies like Graffiti Bridge. He was once arrested by police for drugs use. He has won Soul Train Music Award as best R&B singer for his single Can We talks in 1994.

     

    Tevin Campbell

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    Born in Waxahachie, Texas

    1976

    Tevin Jermod Campbell (born November 12, 1976) is a singer, songwriter and an actor who was born in Waxahachie, Texas, United States. Campbell is an American and belongs to Black ethnicity. Frim his early days, Campbell was interested in music and started singing gospel in local church.

    Signed by Warner Bros records

    1991

    From his early days, Campbell was interested in music and started singing gospel in local church. After Auditioning for famous jazz musician, he was later signed by Warner Bros. records in 1991. Campbell released his Platinum-selling debut album T.E.V.I.N. 

    First album TEVIN

    1991

    After Auditioning for famous jazz musician, Campbell was later signed by Warner Bros. Records in 1991. Campbell released his debut album T.E.V.I.N in 1991, which also include his highest-charting single, "Tell Me What You Want Me To Do".

    Second album I'm Ready

    1993

    After success of his first album T.E.V.I.N .. Cambell released his second Double platinum album I'm Ready, which also contains his hit songs: Can we talk and I'm Ready in 1993. He is five time nominee of Grammy Awards.

    Won Soul Train Music Award

    1994

    Campbell highest-chanting songs are Tell Me What You Want Me to Do, Can we talk and I'm Ready, which makes him get nominee and win awards. He was once arrested by police for drugs use. He has won Soul Train Music Award as best R&B singer for his single Can We talks in 1994.