Angelica Zachary: Everything You Need to Know Marlon Wayans’ Ex Wife

Angelica Zachary is the former wife of actor, comedian, and film producer Marlon Wayans.  They dated each other for a while and then got married in 2005. However, they are raising their children together. 

The two first met in 2001. In 2002, Angelica Zachary and Marlon gave birth to their daughter, Amai Zackary Wayans. A few years later, Angelica gave birth to her son, Shawn Howell Wayans.

Angelica Zachary’s first movie was in the 1998 movie, ‘I’m Gotta Git You Sucka’, in which she played the role of a pedestrian. She also played a small role in the film, ‘White Chicks’ and a huge role in the family sitcom named ‘Marlon’.

Angelica Zachary is of African-American. She was born in new york. She acquired $3 million from her ex-husband, Marlon Wayans after their divorce and has a net worth of $5 million. She does everything to stay out of the limelight.  She doesn’t like being on social media even.

Angelica has kept her dating life private and has not remarried nor been seen dating anyone since her divorce. She currently lives in New York City with her two children, who are attending school.

Angelica has a Japanese mother and a black father. However, she does not reveal any information about her parents and early life. she’s still on good terms with her ex, who posted a series of sweet throwback photos on Instagram earlier this year in honor of Mother’s Day.

Alongside the adorable pics, Wayans wrote: ” Happy Mother’s Day to my baby… you have been wonderful, loyal, loving, compassionate, empathetic, courageous, humble, strong, responsible, sweet, intelligent, God-fearing, beautiful inside and out. And you managed to pour all of that into our children.

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How can I not honor you on this day and every day.  after reading all that you are, all I can think is, ‘boy you really that up Marlon!’ This love is beyond the flesh… we’re in the blood. Love you for life… this one and all the ones after. Fellas, I don’t care what she did, how you may hurt, why y’all broke up… it doesn’t matter. ”

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