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Mark Alexander Knox was born on the 15th April 1970, in New York City, USA. He is a comedian, actor and dancer known under the stage name Flex Alexander. He is well known as the lead actor from the sitcom “One on One” (2001–2006). Flex Alexander has been accumulating his net worth being active in show business since 1992.
How much is Flex Alexander’s net worth? It has been reported that the overall amount of his wealth is now as much as $250,000, accumulated mostly from his acting career.
Flex Alexander Net Worth $250,000
The boy was raised in Harlem, New York, and being still a teenager, he started dancing in the various clubs of the city. It was DJ Spinderella who discovered him, and offered Flex the opportunity to join the dance troupe of the rap band Salt-n-Pepa’s, and with whom he toured for three years. Later, he worked as a choreographer for Queen Latifah and Mary J. Blige. Dance certainly added sums to the total size of Flex Alexander’s net worth.
To add more, stand –up comedy and acting are also significant sources of Flex Alexander’s wealth; he debuted as a stand up comedian in 1989, but then in 1992, he landed his first role, in the crime drama thriller “Juice” (1992) directed and co-written by Ernest R. Dickerson. Later, he appeared in episodes of various television series, including “Where I Live” (1993), “Sister, Sister” (1994), “New Year Undercover” (1994), “The Cosby Mysteries” (1995) among others, and which all brought income to his net worth.
Then, Flex starred in the main role of the science fiction/fantasy sitcom “Homeboys in Outer Space” (1996–1997) created by Ehrich Van Lowe. Following the cancellation of the series Alexander, landed roles in many feature films including “The Sixth Man” (1997), “City of Industry” (1997), “Backroom Bodega Boyz” (1998), “She’s All That” (1999) and television films “Modern Vampires” (1998), “Ice” (1998), “The Force” (1999), “The Apartment Complex” (1999) and “Santa and Pete” (1999). The lead role in the sitcom “One on One” (2001 – 2005) created by Eunetta T. Boone resulted in huge success as it was praised by critics and the audience loved him, too. As the Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series, Flex was nominated for two BET Comedy Awards and three NAACP Image Awards.
Furthermore, Flex auditioned for the role of Michael Jackson, and was cast to play him in the biographical television film “Man in the Mirror: The Michael Jackson Story” (2004) directed by Allan Moyle. For the above mentioned role, Flex Alexander was nominated for the NAACP Image Award. Moving on, he starred alongside Khalil Kain and Gina Ravera in the comedy drama film “Gas” (2004) directed by Henry Chan. Together with Michael McMillian and Jacob Vargas, Flex then starred in the Martin Weisz’s horror film “The Hills Have Eyes 2” (2007). Currently, he stars as himself alongside his wife in the television series “Flex & Shanice” (2014–present).
Finally, in the personal life of Flex Alexander, he has been married to the singer Shanice Wilson since 2000, and the two have a daughter and a son.