Moriah Epps (Mike Epps’ Daughter) Wiki, Age, Sisters, Mother, Facts

Moriah Epps is the daughter of Mike Epps who is a stand-up comedian and actor native of the United States. He has been a main cast member on the Netflix sitcom The Upshaws, since 2021. His role as “Black Doug” in The Hangover and The Hangover Part III, he portrayed the role of Day-Day Jones in Next Friday and its sequel, Friday After Next. Mike Epps wrote about his daughter 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”


Moriah Epps Age

Moriah Epps age is 27 years old, as of 2023. She was born in 1996 in USA. She holds American nationality and belongs to mixed ethnicity. She recently graduated and shared on Instagram,

“My baby girl Moriah walk the stage today it was definitely one of the best moments all the trips to school in the morning playin her favorite songs wow all grown now on her way to Paris for college the world 🌎 is yours 🎉🙏🏽🥰❤️”

Moriah EppsShort Bio
Age27 years (in 2023)
Famous ForMike Epps’ Daughter
BirthplaceIndianapolis, Indiana, U.S.
HeightIn feet & inches: 5′ 4″
In meters: 1.62
Weight (approx.)68 kg (149 lbs)
ParentsMoriah Epps and
Mechelle McCain

Moriah Epps Parents & Siblings

Moriah Epps has six siblings. Her father, Mike Epps was born and raised in Indianapolis, Indiana. Her grandmother name is, Mary Reed and the grandfather named, late Tommie Epps.


Her parents Moriah Epps and Mechelle McCain were very close to each other. In July of 2006, he tied the knot with Mechelle McCain, who was his previous spouse. While they were together, the couple resided in Beverly Hills, California, until their divorce was finalized in September of 2017.

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Moriah Epps Facts

  • Moriah Epps’ father, Mike Epps has had starring roles in the sitcoms Uncle Buck and The Upshaws.
  • Epps also released a stand-up comedy special, Under Rated & Never Faded, in 2010.
  • Mostly for hip-hop artists, Epps has made cameos in a number of music videos, such as “Gangsta Nation” (2003) by Westside Connection, “A Bay Bay” (2007) by Hurricane Chris, “No Effort” (2017) by Tee Grizzley, and “Bank Account” (2017) by 21 Savage.

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