How rich is Antonio Fargas?


How rich is Antonio Juan Fargas?

Antonio Juan Fargas Net Worth:
$1 Million

Antonio Juan Fargas Net Worth:

Antonio Juan Fargas was born on August 14th 1946, in Nyc, he is the kid of Manuel Fargas and Mildred Fargas, while growing he’d eleven siblings as his dad worked for the city of Ny. His father was Puerto Rican while his mum came from Trinidad and Tobago. Before his rise to celebrity he worked as a register at a neighborhood store. He wed Taylor Hastie in 1979, but their union lasted for just nine years, then he moved over and re wed Sandra Reed. He’s a kid Justin Fargas. Additionally his son’s wife is a trainer for the LSU women’s basketball team. On an article printed by Hollywood Reporter he was said to have already been named the brand ambassador of NBC’s COZI TV. He actually has not revealed any interest of such is social networks like Twitter and Tumblr, but it is no surprise considering his age and all. He was also popular for featuring in films like across 110th Street and Foxy Brown. In the mid 1980 he featured in All My Kids a film that was aired by ABC. He also went on and featured in British television shows, he made regular appearances in reality series I am a star. Get Me Out Of Here! In 2009 he’d a regular character in the TV series Everybody Hates Chris, where he played the character of “Documentary” In 2008 he took part in a boxing transferring Sucker punch. Huggy bear became a word in the popular culture and Babasonicos an argentine group made a tune called “Antonio Farags” in 1998, the tune featured lyrical component like “Antonio Fargas is Huggy Bear” in Spanish. The word Fish Shoes became popular from your part he played in the movie I’m Gonna Git You Sucka.

Birth date: August 14, 1946
Birth place: New York City, New York, United States
Height:1.85 m
Profession: Actor
Nationality: American
Spouse: Taylor Hastie (m. 1979–1988), Sandra Reed
Children: Justin Fargas
Parents: Mildred Fargas, Manuel Fargas
Nominations: NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series, NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series
Movies: Foxy Brown, I'm Gonna Git You Sucka, Pretty Baby, Across 110th Street, Cleopatra Jones, Putney Swope, Snakehead Swamp, Busting, Next Stop, Greenwich Village, The Gambler, Conrack, Firestarter, Cornbread, Earl and Me, Up the Academy, Night of the Sharks, Car Wash, The Suburbans, The Borrower, Shakedown, Beyond Skyline, Whore, The Cool World, Popovich and the Voice of the Fabled American West, Streetwalkin', Stealing Las Vegas, Ali: An American Hero, Sucker Punch, Florida Straits, Maid for Each Other, American Pimp, Huckleberry Finn, Jack's Law, X Returns, Pound, Once Fallen, Abduction of Jesse Bookman, Milo, Bad Guys, The Adventures of Umbweki, The Caper, Gator King, Changing Hands, Model Behaviour
TV shows: Everybody Hates Chris, Starsky & Hutch
Source: Wikipedia

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