Sinbad Net Worth 2021: Wiki Biography, Married, Family, Measurements, Height, Salary, Relationships

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Sinbad is a well-known actor and comedian. He is mostly known for his appearances in such movies as ‘Houseguest’, ‘Jingle All The Way’, ‘First Kid’ and many others. What is more, Sinbad had his own show, called The Sinbad Show. During his career as an actor, Sinbad has been nominated for Kid’s Choice Award and Image Awards. You might think how rich is Sinbad? Despite the fact that he is a well-known actor, it has been announced that Sinbad has a debt of 11 million dollars. So now his financial state is not so good.

Sinbad Net Worth -$11 Million

David Adkins, better known to the world as Sinbad, was born in 1956, in Michigan. His career started when Sinbad became a part of ‘Star Search’, created by Alfred Masini. He was soon noticed by others and received an offer to become a part of ‘The Redd Foxx Show’, created by Bob Comfort, Rick Kellard and Stuart Sheslow. From that time Sinbad’s net worth started to grow. In 1987 Sinbad became a part of ‘A Different World’, where he had an opportunity to work with Lisa Bonet, Marisa Tomei, Jasmine Guy, Loretta Devine and many others. His role in this show also added to the growth of Sinbad’s net worth. Later Sinbad appeared in the movie entitled ‘Necessary Roughness’, directed by Stan Dragoti. What is more, Sinbad hosted one episode on ‘Saturday Night Live’ and also appeared in ‘Coneheads’ and ‘Meteor Man’.

As mentioned before, Sinbad also had his own show, titled The Sinbad Show. It started in 1993 and lasted until 1994. Although it did not air for a long time, it still made Sinbad more famous and acclaimed, and of course added to Sinbad’s net worth. In addition to this, Sinbad also had several comedy specials. Some of them include ‘Sinbad: Brain Damaged’, ‘Sinbad – Son of a Preacher Man’, ‘Sinbad – Afros and Bellbottoms’ and others.

Also Sinbad had a company called David & Goliath Productions and also worked as a host of ‘It’s Showtime at the Apollo’. All these activities made Sinbad’s net worth higher. Other shows and movies that he appeared in include ‘All That’, ‘Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child’, ‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’ and others. In 1997 he, together with David Ritz, wrote a book entitled ‘Sinbad’s Guide to Life: Because I Know Everything’. Recently Sinbad was a part of ‘Planes’, animated movie, and television series ‘American Dad’.

All in all, it could be said that Sinbad is a talented actor and comedian, who has appeared on many different shows and movies during his career. Despite his success and popularity now Sinbad has some financial problems as he has a debt of 11 million dollars. It is quite a big sum of money. Let’s hope that in the future he will be able to solve his problems and that he will continue his career.

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Net Worth $11 million dollars
Date Of Birth November 10, 1956
Height 1.95 m
Profession Screenwriter, Stand-up comedian, Television producer, Film producer, Talk show host, Soldier, Actor, Military aviator
Education University of Denver, Benton Harbor High School
Nationality American
Spouse Meredith Adkins
Children Paige Adkins, Royce Beckly Adkins
Parents Martha Adkins, Donald Adkins
Siblings Dorothea Adkins, Mark Adkins, Donald Adkins, Donna Adkins, Michael Adkins
Awards NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Variety – Series or Special
Nominations Kids’ Choice Award for Favorite TV Actor, NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Performance in a Youth/Children’s Series or Special, NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actor in a Comedy Series
Movies Jingle All the Way, First Kid, Houseguest, Good Burger, Necessary Roughness, Coneheads, Planes, The Meteor Man, The Cherokee Kid, Homeward Bound II: Lost in San Francisco, Ready to Run, Crazy as Hell, Hansel and Gretel, Cuttin’ da Mustard, Stompin’, That’s Adequate
TV Shows The Redd Foxx Show, A Different World, The Sinbad Show, Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child, Slacker Cats, The Apprentice, Biography, Vibe, Sinbad Live From New York: Afros & Bellbottoms
# Trademark
1 Goatee
2 Buzz Cut
# Quote
1 I renamed myself Sinbad because Sinbad is bad. He could hang out with rogues and with kings. He didn’t have the strength of Hercules, but he could outwit anyone.
2 I didn’t make the Air Force basketball team and went into denial. So, I kept going AWOL. My mother kept begging me to go back. I told her, ‘No, I’m not going back. I’ll just grow a beard. They won’t recognize me. I’ll just be another black man with a beard.’ I was going to Georgia Tech to learn about computers. I’d go AWOL all the time. I’d just leave. I’d come back, hoping they’d throw me out.
3 I had flaming red hair and they called me Red Chamberlain. I had “Baby Wilt” written on the side of my car. I was on my way to becoming All-American. I thought college ball was going to be the ticket.
4 Here’s the thing about Apple, we complain and they give us more battery life. We complain and they’ll give us more stuff. Everything’s beta right now. Everything’s experimental. They really don’t know what people want.
5 I’ve been on the road since 1983. Nothing ever changed, even when I was doing TV and movies.
6 If you got a name like Barack Obama, you’re supposed to fight.
7 We all want something else other than what we have and don’t realize what you got works. It works. It does work. You gotta work. Marriage is work. Marriage is a career. It’s not an adventure.
8 I was in the Air Force and was a boom operator (in-flight refueling). I got my comedy start in the Air Force.
9 We ask for way too much stuff – way too much stuff. You got a job making $100 a year and bought a house for $3 million. Talking about, ‘I don’t know what happened with the payment.’
10 I would be an activist but never a politician. As an activist, nobody owns you.
11 I never should have done ‘Celebrity Apprentice.’ I didn’t want to do it because I didn’t want Donald Trump to say, ‘You’re fired.’
12 Don’t let people treat you like you’re stupid. If it sounds too good to be true, it is.
13 Hollywood’s not a progressive place. Everyone likes to think that Hollywood is hip, but it’s not hip at all.
14 I didn’t buy Bentleys. I didn’t live large. I invested in me. I invested in a lot of other people.
15 I’m under stress. They killed me on Wikipedia. They killed me. And I didn’t stay dead long enough to sell no DVDs. I didn’t even stay dead long enough – I was too stupid. I should’ve stayed low. I should’ve laid low. I could’ve been gone for a year; I’d have made money. And then I’d have risen from the dead.
16 I spent money, and I kept thinking, ‘I get one more movie and I’ll wipe these bills out,’ but that movie never came. That black pride, I said, ‘Man, I’m going to hang in there, I’m going to pay these bills.’ So you owe a million dollars. ‘I can pay that.’ OK, fines, fees, now you owe two and a half million. ‘But I didn’t do nothin’!’
17 Who the heck is Donald Trump to fire me? I regret I didn’t tell Donald Trump, ‘You need to fire your barber. I’m sorry. I ain’t feeling you, man. You’re fired! I fire you, Donald Trump.’
18 There’s no one defining moment that kills you or makes you.
19 People think comedians don’t do drama. Comics are drama. And what is drama, as opposed to comedy? It’s all the same to me.
20 But I said wait a minute, I’m going to get a computer, I can do this as well as anybody else. So I did some studying so I knew what kind of boards to get to put a PC together. But there was a guy sitting there with Apple. I said, ‘what’s that?’ and he goes, ‘Apple with 128k, it’s all built into the box,’ and I bought it. That was my first computer.
21 If you’re not happy before you’re successful, you’re going to be miserable when you do become successful because all your problems just get magnified.
# Fact
1 Brother of Mark Adkins, Dorothea Adkins, Donna Adkins, Michael Adkins and Donald Adkins.
2 Son of Donald Beckley Adkins.
3 Alumnus of the University of Denver, where he lettered twice for basketball.
4 Played college basketball at the University of Denver, but athletic career was ended by an injury.
5 Father, with Meredith Adkins, of daughter Paige Adkins and son Royce Adkins (aka Royce Beckly Adkins).
6 Toured with the Air Force Tops in Blue program, which is a program of active duty Air Force members who perform shows around the world.
7 Finalist in Ed McMahon‘s Star Search (1983) talent contest for stand-up comedy. Lost to comedian and Crypt Keeper voice, John Kassir in the final round.

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