Deon Cole (Grown-ish) Bio, Age, Height, Family, Education, Career, Net Worth
Deon Cole Biography
Deon Cole is an American actor, screenwriter, and comedian best known for his role in the sitcom Black-ish which earned him a nomination for two NAACP Image Awards and two SAG Awards. In addition, he became the second panelist to win the Dorris Award on the ABC version of To Tell the Truth on June 25, 2020.
Deon Cole Age|Birthday
Cole was born on January 9, 1972. Therefore, he is 50 years old as of 2022 and celebrates his birthday on 9th January every year.
Deon Cole Height|Weight
Cole’s eight is 5 feet 8 inches (approximately 178 centimeters), Moreover, he weighs 85 kilograms.
Deon Cole Family
The actor was born and raised in Illinois, Chicago, the United States by his parents. However, details about Cole’s parents and if he has any siblings are currently unavailable to the public domain.
Deon Cole Wife
The actor is a very secretive person. He is currently single. However, he adopted one child, a son named Dylan who tries to make his dad happy in every way he can.
Dean Cole Education
Cole attended Thornbridge High School. Moreover, he received an acting degree from Philander Smith College.
Dean Cole Career
Born in the Roseland neighborhood of Chicago, the comedian started in comedy when a friend bet him $50 that he would not get up on stage one night in Chicago.
From 2009 to 2010, Cole was on the writing staff for The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien. Additionally, he worked as a writer for Conan from 2010 to 2012. For both broadcasts, he has appeared frequently in comedic bits and along with the rest of the staff, has received two Primetime Emmy nominations. Moreover, in 2010, he performed on Conan O’Brien’s ‘Legally Prohibited from Being Funny on Television Tour’.
He performed on Comic Aid Haiti in February 2010. This comedy benefited victims of the 2010 Haiti earthquake.
Moreover, from 2016 to 2018, he was on the cast of Angie Tribeca. Alongside actress/comedian Gabrielle Dennis, he is part of a television ad campaign for Old Spice body wash.
Black-ish and Grown-ish
As Charlie Telphy, he has a recurring role on the ABC sitcom Black-ish. Moreover, beginning with season four, he was promoted to the main role. Later, he made some appearances in the Black-ish’s spinoff Grown-ish.
The artist has performed stand-up on other programs such as Mash-Up and Lopez Tonight. Moreover, to produce the sketch comedy show Deon Cole’s Black Box, he created his own production company, Coled Blooded. However, it premiered on June 10, 2013, on TBS but it was canceled on October 25, 2013. Additionally, in 2017, he hosted the game show Face Value on BET.
Furthermore, in the Netflix original series The Standups, he performed in a half-hour set in 2017. In addition, Netflix released a stand-up special called Deon Cole: Cole Hearted in October 2019.
Moreover, he appeared on To Tell the Truth on June 25, 2019, and won the Dorris Award becoming the second panelist to do so.
2002 – Barbershop
2003 – A Lover for My Husband
2004 – Barbershop 2: Back in Business
2005 – The Evil One, A Get2Gether
2011 – Mash-Up
2014 – Funny Business
2016 – Barbershop: The Next Cut
2017 – The Female Brain
2019 – Holiday Rush
2020 – 2 Minutes of Fame, Friendsgiving
2021 – I’m Fine (Thanks for Asking), Welcome Matt, The Harder They Fall
TBA – Untitled Kenya Barris film, Action #1, Headshop
1993 – Comic Justice
2002 – Urban Entertainment Buzz
2006 – Def Comedy Jam
2007 – Comedy Central Presents, Wild ‘n’ Out, Nick Cano Presents: Short Circuitz
2008 – The Funny Spot
2009 – The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien
2010-2012 – Conan
2011 – The League
2013 – Deon Cole’s Black Box
2014 – Benched
2012 to present – Black-ish
2016-2018 – Angie Tribeca
2017 – The Standups, Face Value
2018 to present – Grown-ish
2018 – All Bout the Washingtons
2020 – Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts
Deon Cole Net Worth
Cole’s net worth is $1 million.