Who Is Mariah Epps? Daughter Of Comedian Mike Epps

Mariah Epps is one of the daughter of stand-up comedian and actor Mike Epps and Mechelle McCain who is known for 35 and Ticking (2011), The Game (2006) and The Bold and the Beautiful (1987). Couple tied knot on July 28, 2006. Her father wrote on Instagram,

“So proud of my Daughter Moriah had to come to Paris France to visit she attended the university of Paris now big time lawyer oh lord God is good congratulations 🎈🎊 baby girl”


Mariah Epps Biography

Born on June 13, 1995, Mariah Epps grew up in a lovely family with laughter and creativity. She has six siblings. With both of her parents deeply involved in the entertainment industry, it was no surprise that Mariah grew a passion for performing at a young age.

She was was raised in Indianapolis, Indiana. Her grandparents are Mary Reed and grandfather, the late Tommie Epps. Her dad, Mike Epps moved to Brooklyn to star in Def Comedy Jam in 1994, in his adulthood.

She attended the premiere of the motion picture comedy “Fifty Shades of Black” at Regal Cinemas L.A with her father Mike Epps and sister Makayla Epps. She currently resides in in Los Angeles.

Mariah EppsShort Bio
Age28 years (in 2023)
BirthdayJune 13, 1995
Famous ForDaughter Of Comedian Mike Epps
BirthplaceIndianapolis, Indiana, U.S.
HeightIn feet & inches: 5′ 5″
In meters: 1.65
Weight (approx.)59 kg (130 lbs)
ParentsMike Epps and Mechelle McCain
GrandparentsMary Reed and Tommie Epps

Mariah Epps’ Father

Mike Epps has been singing the praises of his hometown for years. He did voice work for Day-Day Jones in Next Friday and Friday After Next, and he was “Black Doug” in The Hangover and Part III.

Before Mariah’s parents get separated on September 7, 2017, Mike and his wife, who is also a fashion designer are concerned with. They made use of the weekend to launch and promote their Michael and Mechelle Epps Foundation, which is primarily concerned with fostering literacy among school-aged children.

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Epps got his start in the industry in 1995 when he joined the Def Comedy Jam tour and went on to star in two Def Comedy Jam broadcasts on HBO.

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