Who is Kebe Dunn?
Kebe Dunn is an American actress, who has appeared in such projects as the TV series “In Session with Jonathan Pessin” (2012), among other accomplishments, but is possibly best known to the world as the second wife of award-winning actor and comedian Michael Rapaport.
Kebe Dunn Wiki: Age, Childhood, and Education
Kebe Dunn was born in the late ‘70s somewhere in the USA. She is very secretive about herself, and as a result, there is no clear information in regards to her place and date of birth, nor has she revealed the names of her parents, and whether she has any siblings or not.
WHITE FAMOUS Premiere Michael Rapaport and Kebe Dunn at the SHOWTIME WHITE FAMOUS Premiere in West Hollywood on Wednesday, September 27, 2017. Credit: Eric Charbonneau/SHOWTIME.
Of African-American ancestry, Kebe hasn’t reveal her educational background, but it’s believed that she matriculated from a local high school in her hometown.
The Untold Truth
Kebe doesn’t like to talk much about herself even now, but according to sources, she and Michael dated in the ‘90s. The two were together for a while, but as Michael’s career developed, he became more focused on his professional life and had less time for Kebe.
He later married Nichole Beattie, and she thought that they would never meet again.
Relationship and Marriage
However, fate had something else in store for the loving couple.
After Michael’s divorce from Beattie, Kebe and he rekindled their romance, but to be sure, they dated for around nine years before they took the next step forward and married. They held an intimate wedding ceremony in 2016 and since then there has been no controversy between the two, and they apparently enjoy life as a married couple.
Kebe Dunn is an actress in her own right, and has a few acting credits to her name. She made her debut back in 2005, in the award-winning romantic comedy film “Love for Rent”, and since then has appeared in the TV series “In Session with Jonathan Pessin” in 2012, and in 2020, she featured in the show “Tournament of Laughs”.
As of early 2022, Kebe Dunn’s net worth has been estimated to be around $350,000, earned largely through her acting career.
Appearance and Vital Statistics
Kebe Dunn is known for her black curly hair and brown eyes. She stands at a height of 5ft 7ins (1.7m), while she weighs approximately 138lbs (63kgs). Her vital statistics are currently unknown, but she has an average figure.
Kebe Dunn’s Husband, Michael Rapaport Biography
Michael David Rapaport was born on 20 March 1970 in New York City USA, of Ashkenazi Jewish descnt, the son of David Rapaport, a radio executive who was the general manager of the All-Disco format at New York radio station WKTU Disco 92, and June Brody, who was also involved in radio.
He has a brother Eric Rapaport, plus a half-sister Claudia from his father’s past romance.
Michael’s parents later divorced, and his mother remarried to comic Mark Lonow, who was the co-owner of The Improv with Budd Friedman.
Michael wasn’t very interested in academics and was expelled from Erasmus High School. However, he eventually matriculated from Martin Luther King High School in New York City.
He moved to Los Angeles when he was 19 years in pursuit of a career as a stand-up comedian. He was helped by his mother’s second husband, and after three years of performing in comedy clubs, Michael secured his on-screen debut as Kravits in the TV series “China Beach” in 1990.
Michael spent the ‘90s building a portfolio, by appearing in such films as the romantic drama film “Zebrahead” (1992), then the award-winning romantic crime-drama film “True Romance” (1993) written by Quentin Tarantino, and starring Christian Slater, Patricia Arquette, and Dennis Hopper, before co-starring with Omar Epps and Kristy Swanson in John Singleton’s thriller crime-drama film “Higher Learning” (1995).
In 1996 he had a supporting role in the romantic comedy film “The Pallbearer”, starring David Schwimmer and Gwyneth Paltrow, and the same year also appeared in the romantic comedy-drama film “Beautiful Girls”, while he finished the decade with a couple of prominent roles, first as Gary in the eponymous sitcom “Friends”, and as Tom Scoggins in the award-winning sci-fi action-adventure film “Deep Blue Sea”, with Thomas Jane, Samuel L. Jackson, and Jacqueline McKenzie in the lead roles.
Michael has appeared in 120 film and TV credits, and enjoyed the best years of his career in the 2000s. He appeared in Woody Allen’s crime-comedy film “Small Time Crooks” (2000), then starred in the comedy-drama film, “Bamboozled”, written and directed by Spike Lee.
From 2001 to 2004, he was Danny Hanson in the TV series “Boston Public”, and he continued with the role of Dave Gold in the TV series “The War at Home” (2005-2007), and then as Frank Stump in the TV series “My Name is Earl” (2007-2008).
To speak further of his accomplishments, Michael co-starred in the action crime-drama series “Prison Break” (2008-2009), and in 2011 he starred in the crime-drama film “Inside Out”. Since then, he has become more focused on television roles, and has featured in such TV series as “The Mob Doctor” (2012-2013) and “Justified” (2014), and has been playing Doug Gardner in the TV comedy-drama series “Atypical” since 2017, with Jennifer Jason Leigh, Keir Gilchrist and Brigette Lundy-Paine in the lead roles.
Moreover, he is working on the TV series “Life & Beth”, which is currently in post-production, and is yet to receive its premiere date.
According to sources, Michael Rapaport’s net worth has been estimated to be around $8 million, as of early 2022.
He was married to Nichole Beattie from 2000 to 2007, with whom he has two children, Maceo Shane and Julian Ali.
He was arrested in 1997 for harassing his ex-girlfriend Lily Taylor. He admitted calling her more than 20 times in two days following their break-up, and after he pleaded guilty to the charges of aggravated harassment, New York Supreme Court Justice Arlene Goldberg issued a protection order to keep the actor from contacting Taylor, as well as mandating that he undergo counseling sessions.